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Carlisle Review

Carlisle proudly hosts 21 Flat and National Hunt fixtures from its niche in between the Borders and the Lake District, providing the local tourist economy with an ideal opportunity for visitors to experience a day out at the races. From the racers point of view, the course requires exact pacing due to its galloping nature followed by an uphill finish which can cause some horses to struggle.
 Contact Information
The Racecourse
Durdar Road

Tel: 01228 522973
Fax: 01228 591827

The entrance fee for Carlisle is £15.00 for the Members-only stands, £10.00 for Tattersalls and £6.00 for standing visitors in the centre course. Annual membership costs £145.00 for individuals and £125.00 for single OAPs. Joint membership costs £220.00 and £200.00 for joint OAP membership. For children there is also the Junior Club Badge for £55.00 although admission is free for children under 16 accompanied by an adult.
 Entertainment Facilities
Reservations must be made at the restaurant through 01288 522973. For disabled attendees, there are two disabled toilet facilities on the course as well as disabled trackside viewing which is available from £5-7.
 Corporate Facilities
Packages at the course start from as low as £27.00 per person and the facility can accommodate up to 500 guests however due to grandstand reconstruction, there are no conferencing opportunities at present. For further information please call 01228 522973.
 How to get there
The Carlisle racecourse is located at Blackwell on the outskirts of the historic border city of Carlisle and so itís easily accessible by road by taking the M6, turning off at Junction 42 and simply following the signs to the racecourse. While there are free coach and car parks, there is a fee of £5.00, £7.00 on weekends, for anyone who wishes to park track side. Any race-goers who wish to attend by rain should aim for Citadel Station which is situated two miles from the course with a bus service to and from the course on race days. Any who wish to arrive by air should be advised that while prior permission can be grant for use on the landing pad, all fixed wing aircraft must land at Crosby Airport. For those attending from overseas, Carlisle airport is just eight miles from the course.

Drivers: 01228 818181
City: 01228 520000

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