Going and Weather at Ayr Racecourse

Need to know the latest going and the long range weather forecast for Ayr Races... then you have come to the right place.

Going Enquiries

For Going enquiries please contact Clerk of the Course/Head Groundsman, Graeme Anderson - 07768 651261.

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Racing Staff Accommodation

All racing staff accommodation must be booked in advance via email on stablestaff@ayr-racecourse.co.uk.

 

Latest Going

Update 16/04/21

 

Next Fixture

N/H Fixture

Friday 16th & Sunday 18th Scottish Grand National

 

 

 

Going:

Good, Good To Soft In Places

 

 Watering 

 

Going: Stick   

H: 6.5

C:  6.7

 

Weather: 

0mm past 24hrs 

Fri Dry Sunny Spells 12c Max

Sat: Dry Sunny Spells 12c Max

Sun: Cloudy Dry

 

 

 

Rails Movement:
All Rail Inner Line
Chase Inner Line
Hurdle Bends In 12yds (Friday)
Jumping All Obstacles
By Passing 
Chase:  Right
Hurdle : Right
 

Other

Clerk of the Course/Head Groundsman - Graeme Anderson : 07768651261

 

Overnight Accommodation Is Available, Single Occupancy Only And Will Be First Come Fist Served Basis For Onsite. Please Book No Later Than 48hrs Before Fixture So By 3pm On Declarations Day.  Please Book Via Email stablestaff@ayr-racecourse.co.uk

 All arrivals must go through testing Check point in Western House Car Park. Please Use Gate B off Craigie Road. Please Advise Arrival Time At Racecourse Before Arrival. 

 

Booking Procedure

 

Please Contact Stable Manager On Estimated Arrival Time Or Require Any Other Information About Stabling. There will be Hot Food  available for all personnel onsite with a selection of jockeys food available.

Stable Manager For This Meeting Nathan Sholtz 07502166890

Contact Owners & Trainers in advance for Badge/Lunch Bookings and Accommodation at our on-site Western House Hotel
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