Veterinary & Other Raceday Costs at Ayr Racecourse

Veterinary costs at Ayr Racecourse, our superb Vets offer Trainers/Owners a number of performance tests on the day should your horse run below par.

Veterinary Costs

These services are:

  • Post-race Endoscopy - £50 inc vat*
  • Blood Test - £75.06 inc vat

Any veterinary treatment given on the racecourse in relation to an injury sustained during a race is provided courtesy of the racecourse.

*Please note this is a paid on the day price and will be slightly more if invoiced.

Farriery Costs

At every fixture we have a fully qualified, racehorse experienced Farrier on duty for all of your equine competitors shoeing requirements. Please see below 2017 prices which are including VAT if paid on the day and are subject to VAT if invoiced after the raceday:

  • Full set of Racing Plates - £85
  • Replacement of one Racing Plate/Shoe - £25
  • Removal of a set of shoes and hoof trim - £25

Prices are inclusive of VAT if paid on the day.

If you have any queries or feedback in relation to these services, please do not hesitate to contact the Clerk of the Course/Head Groundsman, Graeme Anderson, on 07768-651261 or get in touch.

If you have any queries or feedback in relation to these services, please do not hesitate to contact the Clerk of the Course/Head Groundsman, Graeme Anderson, on 07768 651261 or
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