Course Map

The course at Ayr is a flat left handed oval of about one and a half miles with a long run in which will test the most resolute of gallopers. Always considered to be a fair test for a good horse, Ayr benefits from being close to the West coast, the moderate climate and sandy soil combining to produce an excellent racing surface at all times of the year.

Flat Course

SteepleChase Course

Hurdle Course

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LATEST NEWS
  • 26 April 2017 History making Vicente

    Sam Twiston-Davies and Vicente wrote their names into the record books at Ayr on Saturday becoming the first jockey-horse combination in 32 years to win back to back Coral Scottish Grand Nationals.

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  • 17 April 2017 Sandy aims for a Scottish Win with Seldom Inn

    Borders trainer Sandy Thomson will attempt to keep the Coral Scottish Grand National trophy north of the border on Saturday when he takes on the big guns from the south with the eight year-old Seldom Inn. The horse won a Listed race earlier in the season at Kelso and is likely to be ridden by Grand National winner Derek Fox.

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  • 17 April 2017 Saturday Sellout

    A sell-out crowd of 17,000 will converge on Ayr Racecourse on Saturday for the Coral Scottish Grand National with hotel rooms within a 15 mile radius sold out and businesses in Ayr, Prestwick and surrounding areas preparing for a bumper weekend.

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5-Day Forecast
    It is worth running your horse at Ayr just to experience the fantastic food and ambience at Western House Hotel where we are treated like Royalty.
    Nino and Karen Pajovic - racehorse owners - 20 April 2014