Horse Racing has been a popular Brighton past time since the first official meeting in 1783 and was even included in Graham Greene's classic novel 'Brighton Rock'.
The course is situated on the edge of the South Downs and offers stunning views across the city to the sea. The track is just over a mile and a half long and forms a horseshoe shape. The raceourse is easy to go to and using public transport is encouraged with a free shuttle bus to the racecourse from Brighton Station on race days.
Brighton Racecourse usually has over 20 race days from April to October with highlights including Gentlemen's Day; Ladies' Day and the Family Fun Day. Save money by booking admission tickets in advance although why not treat yourself to a Champagne on the Lawn or Pimm's Package for a luxurious day at the races?
In addition to horse racing the Brighton Racecourse hosts a variety of events including markets, sports days and music festivals. To find out more see the Brighton Racecourse page or search our What's On section.