Scottish Season Ticket

Scottish season ticket 2015

Free Entry to all Scottish Race Meetings in September:

Over £200 worth of FREE RACING for each member!

In partnership with our courses and Scottish Racing, the Scottish September Season Ticket lets you enjoy 9 free racedays in Scotland this September.

Qualifying Racedays:

Hamilton: 2nd, 5th, 25th

Kelso: 20th

Musselburgh: 8th, 16th

Perth: 11th, 27th, 28th

How to claim your free ticket:

To gain your free admission tickets, you need to register, in advance, for the fixture(s) of your choice. Please register for each day you would like to attend for free.

On the raceday itself, you will need to take your Racing UK 2017 metal badge with you and pick up your free admission ticket from the Racing UK collection point at the main entrance to each course.

Please note Thursday September 21st at Ayr is also a Racing UK Club Day. However, applications for this Club Day are now closed. If you haven’t previously applied for the Club Day you will still be able to gain entry through the Scottish Season ticket offer, though please note that this will only entitle you to free entry for ONE person.

Please note you will not be able to take up both offers, your metal badge can only be used for either the Club Day offer or Scottish Season Ticket.

Terms and Conditions: All tickets must be applied for in advance One ticket per member Registration closes five days prior to each of the racedays Please note entry to Ayr on Saturday 23 (William Hill Ayr Gold Cup), will be Grandstand only. This offer does not apply to pubs and clubs members

For queries with regards to the Scottish September Season Ticket please email

Scottish Racing: Scottish Racing, which was founded in 2000, is the umbrella marketing organisation for all five racecourses in Scotland: Ayr, Hamilton Park, Kelso, Musselburgh and Perth. Between them, the Scottish tracks stage racing all year round with Jumps, Flat and with Musselburgh and Ayr putting on both.

Scotland also holds many top meetings including the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival, The Coral Scottish Grand National Festival, The Perth Summer Jumps Festival, The Borders Grand National at Kelso, Edinburgh Gold Cup at Musselburgh and Hamilton's Super Six.

Whether you are a seasoned racegoer or new to racing you will find one common theme throughout each of the Scottish racecourses; the standard of the facilities and customer service will be excellent, there will be a fantastic atmosphere and the friendliest of staff are there to make you have an enjoyable day out. For more details

Hamilton Park Racecourse: Southern folk describe Hamilton Park as the Goodwood of the north but most Scots call Goodwood the Hamilton Park of the south! With 18 fixtures scheduled for 2017, the Lanarkshire track is the sole Flat-only venue is Scotland and quality horses are on parade for its season which runs from early May through until the end of September. Though just a few miles from Glasgow, its leafy paddock is a lovely place to view the horses on a warm summer’s evening. Feature races run during the Super Six meetings include the William Hill Braveheart Stakes, the Lanark Silver Bell and the Scottish Stewards’ Cup. For more information

Kelso Racecourse Situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, this popular track is known as “Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse”. Kelso is due to stage 14 meetings during the season with a least one fixture every month between September and May. The Roxburghe track has a charm of its own and, especially in the build-up to the Cheltenham and Grand National Festivals, it attracts an impressive quality of horses both over hurdles and over fences. Features races include the Borders National, the Morebattle Hurdle and the Grade 2 Tote Premier Hurdle. For more information

Musselburgh Racecourse The historic Musselburgh Links has been a venue for horse racing since 1816, during which time the course has seen many changes. Having installed a jumps track in 1987, Musselburgh joins Ayr as the only two dual-purpose courses in Scotland and hosts 27 fixtures in 2017. The action is high class both on the Flat and over jumps and the East Lothian venue, situated close to the Firth of Forth foreshore, races every month of the year except March. Features to look out for include the Edinburgh Cup in June and the Cheltenham Trials card in February. On the social front, Ladies Day in mid-June is a huge event and the advice is to book early as the day is always a sell-out. For more information

Perth Racecourse Set in the stunning grounds of Scone Palace, Perth Racecourse was described as “a little piece of Hooves thundering down the track, the crowd cheering in unison, ladies dressed in hats and heels and the bookmakers building with anticipation. A day at the races is unlike any other and here at Perth Racecourse we have built a national reputation for fantastic racing, a thrilling atmosphere, beautiful surroundings and the very best in Scottish hospitality.

Open 365 days a year Perth Racecourse plays host outwith racing to over 120 events and is home to one of the best conferencing facilities in Perthshire. The valuable City of Perth Gold Cup is staged in June and always produces a great spectacle in the grounds of Scone Palace where ancient Kings and Queens such as Robert The Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots were crowned. Perth also boasts a terrific social scene as top trainers, jockeys and owners let their hair down much to the delight of ordinary racegoers. For more information

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