News - Cartmel Racecourse

Ticket Launch

2,000 Early Bird tickets will go on sale at half price on tuesday 17th January.

Tickets for the 2017 racing season will go on sale, online, at 9.00am on Tuesday 17th January. We're celebrating the launch of the 2017 season by offering 2,000 tickets at half the price that you'd pay on the day.

Our Early-Bird offer is strictly limited to two tickets per household - but please feel free to tell all your friends if you'd to meet up with them at the races. Please hurry, because when the 2,000 half price tickets have gone, they're gone! We're looking forward to welcoming you in the Summer.

Camping pitches will also be available on Tuesday 17th January - BUT ONLY FOR CUSTOMERS WISHING TO BOOK FOR A FULL RACEMEETING (so, for example, both racedays during the August Bank Holiday weekend or both racedays of the JULY BBQ meeting).

Customers wishing to book camping pitches for individual racedays will be able to do so on Tuesday 14th February. Please note that Early Bird tickets are not compatible with the camping pitches, as the camping package already includes admission tickets.

If you would like to book tickets or camping for the June meeting, we are currently awaiting news about the concert artists and hope to release the tickets for these events in the near future.


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Friday, January 27, 2017

Cheltenham Festival Preview Night

Our annual Cheltenham Festival Preview Night, at Cartmel Racecourse, will be held on Thursday 9th March – commencing at 7.00pm.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Ticket Launch

2,000 Early Bird tickets will go on sale at half price on tuesday 17th January.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Annual Membership Now Available

Book now for 2017 and get 2016 prices - that's the deal on Annual Membership until 1st November. Call the racecourse office to book now!
Thursday, August 18, 2016

2017 Fixture List is Published

Cartmel will stage nine fixtures in 2017 including three days at the end of May, plus the two day meeting commencing at the end of June, two days in July and concluding with the traditional two day August Bank Holiday meeting.