Newbury is a Grade 1 racecourse set in Berkshire. It really is a lovely course, and unlike a lot of the Grade 1 racecourses in England they are very welcoming even to ordinary people! The most famous race at Newbury is the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup which was first run on 26 November 1960.
The jumps course at Newbury is set inside the flat racing course and is a about a mile and three quarters in circumference. There are 9 fences and 7 hurdles per circuit.
The course is quite a flat galloping course with easy turns and is a very fair course to everyone.
Galloping left handed track with an easy finish.
Difficulty of Fences
Similar Courses, where form should be replicated
Ayr, Haydock, Doncaster, Warwick, Wetherby, Worcester