ALL-WEATHER: The all-weather track at Southwell goes left-handed in a flat mile-and-a-quarter oval which has a run from the home turn of three furlongs and a spur to provide a straight five furlongs. The fibresand surface, which produces a lot more kickback than the polytrack/tapeta ones used at the other all-weather courses, lends itself far more to the course specialist.

NATIONAL HUNT: Left handed, tight. A course whose character changes dramatically depending on underfoot conditions, the emphasis being very much on speed on firmish ground yet completely the opposite on heavy ground, long-distance races under such conditions often resulting in very few finishers. The fences are of the portable variety and stiff for a minor track, a high number of casualties placing it in the upper reaches for fallers/unseats. The brush-type hurdles penalise less-fluent jumping more than the traditional variety.

Course Map

Track southwell flat
Track southwell jumps


Open Ditch
Turf Course
Flat Course Direction
Jump Course Direction
Track Information

Top 5 Jockeys at Southwell  - Last 12 Months

JockeyRunsWinsPlacesStrike Rate
Luke Morris109154514%
Andrew Mullen101134013%
Ben Curtis3891924%
Silvestre De Sousa3291828%
Robert Winston4682017%

Top 5 Trainers at Southwell - Last 12 Months

TrainerRunsWinsPlacesStrike Rate
Michael Appleby157156310%
Scott Dixon14210407%
Derek Shaw48102021%
David C. Griffiths3381524%
Declan Carroll4081520%
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