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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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Simon Lane, general manager of the racecourse, said: "Newcastle Racecourse & Conference Centre offers an array of outstanding features which make it a highly attractive venue in the conference and events sector.
The 28-year-old originally joined the Monmouthshire racecourse four years ago as commercial executive, but switched to become commercial manager of the new Ffos Las Racecourse in 2008.
"This is the racecourse's most popular meeting of the year, with 10,000 spectators on track.
In the summer of 1976, Charles Roberts chose the Racecourse as the venue for his 'Festival of Entertainment.'
As well as its involvement in attheraces, Arena runs race-courses at Lingfield Park, Wolverhampton, Southwell, Windsor, Worcester and Folkestone, It said the core racecourse business had delivered a 38 per cent increase in operating profits to pounds 7 million against pounds 35.1 million last year.
The result comes from a survey by national tourist board VisitEngland as part of the Racecourse Association's (RCA) Quality Assured Racecourse Scheme (QARS).
Paul Swain, the RCA's brand and experience manager, said: "The Quality Assured Racecourse Scheme is a much-valued offering from the RCA in that it provides an expert, objective assessment of the raceday experience.
The event will be staged at Champion Racecourse, Aintree following their success at last year's awards.
WARWICK Racecourse is gearing up for the start of the new season and has seen a range of improvements over the summer in preparation.
A horse racecourse in Karakol town of Issyk-Kul region is in emergency condition and needs rehabilitation since 2016, locals reported.
STAFF at Chepstow Racecourse are encouraging customers to call the police over a mud run which another company has claimed is being held there.