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Wolverhampton Races

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Known for its heavy industry past as a part of the West Midlands powerhouse during the industrial revolution, Wolverhampton's legacy is primarily in aerospace engineering and motorsports. A city with rich historic, sporting and cultural traditions too, horseracing has featured since 1887 and today continues in Wolverhampton Racecourse which in addition to providing some superb flat race fixtures contains first class hotel and conference facilities.

Wolverhampton Races, inside rail A multi-purpose leisure event venue, Wolverhampton racecourse has undergone significant development in recent years and plans are afoot to expand the hotel facilities and to incorporate a casino into the on-course facilities.

Providing major leisure opportunities for the city's population and visitors, Wolverhampton races are very much a social experience in the city with evening meetings proving particularly popular.

The evening fixtures at the racecourse are made possible by the kind of technological advances with which Wolverhampton and the West Midlands have always been associated.

The first racecourse in the country to have floodlights installed, Wolverhampton also incorporated an all-weather Fibresand track in 1993 alongside the traditional turf track. In 2004 both tracks were replaced with one synthetic Polytrack surface, widely regarded as the best synthetic racing surface available.

While the all weather floodlit surface means racing can take place at any time in any conditions, the shape of the track itself offers up additional challenges for participants. A tight one mile oval with left hand turns makes it unusual in Britain and in combination with the synthetic surface means Wolverhampton has more in common with American racetracks. Course specialists are therefore very much favoured here and good bets are those with some consistent form going into the Wolverhampton fixtures. Front runners and those who rely on their endurance and stamina are often outdone by superior tactical awareness.

What the track loses in predictability it certainly gains in functionality and with some 90 fixtures held throughout the year, Wolverhampton is Britain's busiest racetrack. Plenty of opportunities then for catching some exciting Wolverhampton races, the course proves enduringly popular with well established and knowledgeable race crowds as well as those looking simply for a unique day or evening out in the heart of the city.

Racegoers to Wolverhampton can choose between the Premier or Grandstand enclosures. Admission to the Grandstand costs £10 per person for standard race fixtures and £15 on Boxing Day. Premier enclosure admission starts from £15 per person for midweek fixtures, £20 for weekend racing and £25 for Boxing Day.
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Children under 16 are admitted free to both enclosures when accompanied by a paying adult. Senior citizens may opt to join the Diamond Club, which for a one-off fee of £2.50 they can enjoy a continued £2 discount on entrance fees.

Further reductions may be had by group bookings. The Lucky Seven Group Package is available to groups of six or more when booked in advance. This package costs just £15 per person and incorporates entry into the Grandstand, a racecard, three £2.50 drinks vouchers, a discounted Ladbrokes betting voucher and a half-price return voucher.

Wolverhampton Races, photo finish Hospitality options and packages for Wolverhampton races are extensive and can be tailored to suit any group event. A selection of private suites within the Premier Enclosure offer the ultimate in raceday luxury and exclusivity, perfect for entertaining business clients or enjoying a special celebration with friends and family. Each suite has its own viewing balcony with superb views over the track and with food and drinks packages to complement any occasion a memorable and enjoyable day or evening at the races is assured.

Corporate events and horseracing have always been comfortable bedfellows and combining business with pleasure has never been so easy when the suites may be booked for a business meeting prior to an afternoon or evenings racing.

Eight private hospitality suites are located on the first floor of the grandstand and between 10 and 64 guests can be accommodated in style. For larger parties of up to 120 guests there is the Dunstall Suite which has a balcony overlooking the Parade Ring and offers direct access to the Grandstand for race viewing and all the Grandstand facilities. Within the Dunstall Suite there is a bar and private Tote betting facilities.

Hospitality packages offer everything required for all guests to make the most of their time at Wolverhampton races. Included within all private suite packages is exclusive use of the suite, discreet service, premier admission badges, choice of an informal hot or cold buffet or a sumptuous four course meal, private bar options, televisions so no-one misses out on any of the race action, racecards, and easily accessible betting facilities. Further options are available to enhance the package, including drinks receptions, tipster service, or afternoon teas.

An experienced hospitality team is on hand to deal with enquiries and can advise on the best package options for any particular event, whether for a family celebration or a corporate day out. Packages start from £68 per person. A more intimate experience for smaller groups may be to book a table within the superb Horizons Restaurant. Located high in the Grandstand, Horizons offers the best panoramic views over Wolverhampton races.

A further dining facility, Ringside Restaurant, is situated by the Parade Ring with easy trackside access and big screen race viewing. A Ringside Restaurant package is ideal for two or more people and includes a three-course carvery meal and post-race entertainment. The package costs £33 per person for standard evening meetings, £42 for the weekend evenings in December, and £47 for Boxing Day.

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