Left handed, sharp; the chase course is a figure of eight circuit, whilst the hurdles track is oval. The stiff finish is testing on heavy ground, races often developing from far out. The fences are easy but, given the nature of the track, course specialists abound. On the chase course, the lead rarely changes hands on the run in but often looks as though it might. The paddock exit is situated halfway up the run-in on the hurdles course and can lead to horses idling/ducking out on seeing it. Flights on the hurdles course differ in terms of their location, from inner to outer, though those who race wide on soft/heavy going are at an advantage regardless of the layout.

Course Map

Key

Start
Finish
Division
Open Ditch
Water
Turf Course
Flat Course Direction
Jump
Jump Course Direction
Track Information

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