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Features: A left handed galloping all-weather track. It is the only fibresand track in the country and rides much deeper than the polytracks of Lingfield and Kempton. There is a straight five furlong chute.
Draw Bias: Moderate – The centre of the track is the best place to be drawn.
Pace Bias: Strong – Prominent runners are advantaged.
Racecourse: National Hunt
Features: A small left handed, sharp track. The fences are of average difficulty.
Southwell Racecourse offers a unique blend of charm, excitement and comfort, making it one of the premier sporting venues in the East Midlands. With racing on both All-Weather and Turf tracks taking place throughout the year Southwell are sure to have a raceday for you, so make sure you get the best Southwell Odds.
The racecourse at Southwell has been around since 1850. In 1886, the racecourse had its first grandstand, although riding conditions were difficult.
However, in 1897 it was decided a new track was to be made and almost seventy years later a new enclosure stand was built and opened in 1965. The track became all weather in 1989, which is also the year Southwell held an all-weather National Hunt meeting for the first time.
Currently, Southwell hosts both All-Weather racing and jumps racing, with over 50 meetings a year the norm for the course, Southwell is one of the top five busiest courses in the country. Make sure you get the best Southwell odds. Look at bet365 to see what great offers are avilable.