Kempton Park

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Kempton Park Racecourse is situated in Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex, around 16 miles west of central London. It’s most popular race is the King George which takes place on boxing day. Sadly the course may close and be redeveloped for housing in the next few years.  We check every few seconds which bookmakers are offering the best Kempton odds.

Kempton Park differs from most tracks in England as they race right handed. It’s actually two tracks in one with a floodlit polytrack surface for all weather flat racing,and turf course for National Hunt fixtures. Both tracks here are quite sharp,and horses need to be agile and quick to take advantage. Both tracks are fairly flat with very few undulations. 

The going description for the all weather track is nearly always described as standard. This equates to the good side of good to firm. Although polytrack can be manipulated to reflect good to soft, good or good to firm ground, the Jockey Club directive for the going on polytrack is a mixture of good to firm and good – which equates to standard. This is achieved first by cultivating (power harrowing) the polytrack to a depth of 100mm, followed by a pass with a Gallopmaster (spiral rollers) which replenishes the surface.

Getting to Kempton

Road Travel –  located on the A308 between Sunbury on Thames and Hampton Court, less than one mile from Junction 1 of the M3 via Junction 12 of the M25. Priority car parking is provided to owners and trainers and those with a disabled badge and this is accessed via Gate 1 in Park Road.

By Rail –

Kempton Park Racecourse boasts its own train station on-site – Kempton Park – which is situated 200 yards from the North entrance. Trains run every half an hour direct from London Waterloo with the journey time being just 40 minutes. Please note that trains don’t run on Boxing Day if your going the King George. If your not going to the track sit back relax and get the best Kempton Odds from our website.