Horseracing at Chepstow racecourse first started in 1926, and although a dual purpose racecourse Chepstow is better known for its jump racing. The biggest race that it holds is the Coral Welsh National.
Chepstow is a very undulating course, and as a consequence can be a very testing course for a horse. It is a left handed oval course of nearly two miles. There are eleven fences five of which are in the five furlong home straight. Perhaps because of the undulations Chepstow tends to favour front runners.
Undulating and galloping left handed track with a stiff finish.
Difficulty of Fences
Similar Courses, where form should be replicated