Visitor Guide: Betfair Super Saturday | Saturday 10 Feb

Visitor Guide: Betfair Super Saturday | Saturday 10 Feb – All You Need To Know

Car Parks Open: 10:45am | Gates Open: 11am | First Race: 12:55pm | Last Race: 4:25pm | Afterparty: 4.30-6.30pm (Approx)


Tickets for Saturday’s Betfair Super Saturday are available at the Standard rate after Super Early Bird, Early Bird and Advance tickets sold out.

Tickets are available to purchase online below until 11:59pm on Friday 9 February.


Tickets will then be available to purchase on the East Gate from 11am on Saturday 10 February.

Ticket and swing badge collection – and the reprinting of misplaced tickets – will be available at the East Gate. For those racegoers requiring ticket collection or ticketing reprinting services we ask that a booking reference number is at the ready to provide to staff.

Under 18s go free to Betfair Super Saturday with complimentary tickets available to purchase on the gate.


NEW: ‘Live Sessions’

Enjoy live music throughout the day courtesy of Newbury’s new ‘Live Sessions’ music showcase.

Head to the ground floor of the Dubai Duty Free Grandstand from 11am.


Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes as straight after the last race we welcome DJ MZOURI to round out a fabulous day’s racing with a big afterparty.

Retired Racehorse Parade

Retired superstars Altior, Native River, and Sceau Royal will be joining us on Betfair Super Saturday.

The legends will be making an appearance in the parade ring at 1:40pm (approx.).

Trips to the Jump

Join ex-jockey David Crosse and watch the horses in action up close at the final jump.

Keep an eye on the times for the trip located outside the jockeys’ weighing room adjacent to the parade ring.

Betfair Punters’ Panel

Head to the parade ring before the first race to hear from a panel of experts as they give tips for the day’s action.

Six Nations and Premier League Screenings

Enjoy Saturday’s key sporting action on screens across the Racecourse:

Manchester City v Everton (12:30pm) (Premier League)

Scotland v France (2:15pm) (Six Nations)

England v Wales (4:45pm) (Six Nations)


Take a look below to get your bearings ahead of your visit.


Newbury Racecourse wants all racegoers to feel comfortable during their visit – please see below for dress recommendations for the Betfair Super Saturday.

Premier Enclosure

Racegoers are encouraged to wear smart attire in the Premier Enclosure and many racegoers choose to dress up for their day with us.

Smart shorts, smart denim jeans and trainers are all permitted.

Denim must not be ripped, fancy dress, and football/sports team shirts and vests are not permitted.

Grandstand Enclosure

Newbury’s Grandstand Enclosure offers a more relaxed dress code with non-offensive fancy dress welcome. Football/sports team shirts and vests are not permitted.

Under 12s

Please note, no dress code applies to Under 12s in any of Newbury Racecourse’s spaces.


We’re looking forward to seven races on Saturday.

Race Times: 12:55, 1:30, 2:05, 2:40, 3:15, 3:50 & 4:25.

For the latest weather forecast for Newbury, please click here.


By Rail

Newbury Racecourse has its own train station, which is just one stop from Newbury Station with regular connections from major stations across the region.

Once arriving at Newbury Racecourse station it’s simply a case of making the short walk (1-2 minutes) to the Racecourse.

By Road

The Racecourse is also easily accessible by road, with free on-site parking.

Those travelling by road from the east, west and north via the M4 should enter site via Hambridge Road (nearest postcode RG14 7PN), while those travelling from the south via the A339 should enter the course via Racecourse Road (nearest postcode RG14 7GL).

If travelling by road, please follow traffic marshal directions when arriving, who will be on hand to direct you to the appropriate car parks.


All on-site parking at Newbury Racecourse is free with Car Parks 4 & 5 open for the Betfair Super Saturday.

If you have a Premier Enclosure ticket you’ll also be able to park for free in Car Park 1.

Car parks open at 10:45am, while vehicles can be left on-site overnight.

A coach park – for minibuses and coaches – is also available and staff will be on hand to direct appropriate vehicles to this car park.


Newbury Racecourse offer all racegoers the use of a free Wi-Fi service.

When on-site simply select ‘FREE WIFI’ and create an account to start using the free service.

Britbet’s Raceday Ready App – designed to enhance your experience with us – will also be available for use once on-site at Newbury Racecourse – this can be accessed via QR codes across site and also from links within the Racecard.


If you’re thinking of having a bet while you’re with us then you’ll be able to get all the insight and latest form within our Racecard.

These are available to purchase from sellers on the East Entrance and at the designated Racecard booths and are priced at £4.


An array of food and drink – catering for a wide range of taste and dietary requirements – will be available across the Racecourse.

Vegan Offering

The Racecourse’s three coffee yards – on the ground and first floors of the Berkshire Stand and the first floor of the Dubai Duty Free Grandstand – offer a number of hot and cold vegan options.

Gluten Free Offering

The Butchers’ Block (ground floor of Berkshire), The Paddock Kitchen (first floor of Berkshire), Piglets Pantry (first floor of Hampshire) and the 1905 (first floor of the Hampshire) all offer menus which can be tailored to create gluten free options.

Dairy Free Offering

Oat, almond and soya milk are available across the Racecourse.

Should you have any queries or questions regarding the Racecourse’s food and drink offering please don’t hesitate to ask a member of the catering team.


 Newbury Racecourse have teamed up with to provide our racegoers with discounted hotel prices.

Click here to find out more and book a room.


Please note, Newbury Racecourse is a cashless site. Only the on-site bookmakers and the Tote will accept cash. Cash machines can be found on-site.

Please note, Newbury Racecourse operates a ‘Challenge 25’ policy for alcohol purchase and consumption. Anyone lucky enough to look under 25, will need to show ID at either the East Entrance or at the Berkshire Stand Reception, where a ‘Challenge 25′ wristband will be issued.

We take a zero tolerance policy on anti-social behaviour, and on the use of drugs.

Please be aware that drug detection dogs and bag searches will be in operation on all entrances.

A First Aid point is available adjacent to the East Entrance.


At the end of your day, and upon leaving the racecourse, we ask that racegoers are patient as there may be queues for buses, taxis and to leave the car parks. Taxis are limited, and we strongly advise pre-booking to ensure your journey home is as seamless as possible.


Should you have any questions that weren’t answered in this Visitor Guide please don’t hesitate to contact Newbury Racecourse’s Customer Experience team, available via 01635 40015, with phonelines open between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday and on weekend racedays.


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