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Do you want to be close to the Winning Post, as the victorious horse and jockey cross the line? Or would you rather have easy access to some of the exclusive areas in the racecourse and take in the entertainment? Pick your favourite spot!
Formerly known as 'Newton Enclosure', this stand includes a viewing stand along with cafeteria and bar. This family enclosure also incorporates a Children’s play area (weather permitting). Betting is available with the tote and through on-course bookmakers and group discounts are available for pre-bookings in this enclosure. The Family Stand is only open on certain racedays.
The largest of Haydock Park’s four enclosures is the Grandstand & Paddock (formerly known as Tattersalls Enclosure). This area offers an excellent view of racing from the Grandstand as well as access to the Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure for all the action pre and post racing. This enclosure also includes access to three raised viewing areas (one of which is seated) in addition to a wide range of bars and catering areas. Betting is available both with the tote or the on-course bookmakers who situate themselves directly in front of the stands.
Situated on the top floor of the Centenary Stand, the Premier Suite offers relaxed, sophisticated surroundings from where you can enjoy your days racing. The suite includes our exclusive ‘Harry’s Bistro’ Restaurant facility, bar and betting areas and a specious viewing balcony overlooking the Winning Post.
The County Enclosure is situated directly opposite the Winning Post and provides access to several suites within the Centenary Stand including the Champagne and Seafood Bar. Entry to the County Enclosure also includes access to both seated and standing viewing areas, as well as to the Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure.
Nothing can beat the excitement of watching the race from the rails – the flashing colours and thundering hooves as the field races by is a moment to savour, especially if you can get near the finish line.
This is where the horses and riders parade before each race. It's your opportunity to get a good look at the runners before you place your bets.
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