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racecourse

a long broad track, usually of grass, enclosed between rails, and with starting and finishing points marked upon it, over which horses are raced
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This score is the highest on record for this scheme, demonstrating the continued investment in raceday experience by British Racecourses.
In 2018, the RCA's QARS once again saw all British racecourses accredited as 'good' or better as average scores increase to 83%.
John Baker, Aintree Racecourse managing director, said: "We're thrilled to be chosen as finalists for two categories at the industry's marquee event celebrating the best of British racecourses.
WARWICK Racecourse is gearing up for the start of the new season and has seen a range of improvements over the summer in preparation.
Summary: The opener will be at the Jebel Ali Racecourse on November 3
Racecourse services executive Paul Swain said: "This award is a hugely important part of the RCA Showcase & Awards, giving racegoers the chance to directly tell us about their positive experiences on racecourses.
BANGOR-ON-DEE Racecourse is in the running for a prestigious national award.
Lauren Dobson, marketing manager at Hexham Racecourse, said: "Everyone is delighted that our 125th anniversary has achieved such national recognition, particularly as we are competing against much bigger racecourses throughout the country with much greater marketing budgets.
Dubai: Meydan and Al Ain racecourses will host additional meetings during the 2015-2016 UAE racing season, which boasts a record 62 race days, a noteworthy increase on the 59 held staged last term.
And taking place at iconic sporting venues across the country, including cricket grounds, rugby grounds, football stadiums, racecourses and racetracks.
JOCKEY Club Racecourses has announced a three-year agreement for Pinsent Masons to become its official legal partner.
The caterers on the racecourse, CGC Events, also cater for most of the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire racecourses, have a growing reputation for the excellence of their food and service.