Worcester racecourse is situated on the banks of the River Severn, and has been hosting horse racing since 1718. Worcester is a picturesque if somewhat basic racecourse.
Worcester racecourse is a long flat oval course of just over a mile and a half, with easy sweeping turns. Although the fences at Worcester are easy, the hurdles used are the brush type and can sometimes result in horses falling in hurdle races.
Galloping left handed track with an easy finish.
Difficulty of Fences
Similar Courses, where form should be replicated
Ayr, Doncaster, Haydock, Newbury, Warwick, Wetherby.