Lingfield racecourse was opened in 1890 initially for Jump racing, although it is now a dual purpose racecourse and probably best known for its All Weather racing on the flat. Their has been a lot of re-development carried out over the last few years at Lingfield, and its a nice if unspectacular racecourse.
Lingfield Racecourse

Key Characteristics

Lingfield is a left handed triangular course of about a mile and a half. It has nine relatively easy fences on each circuit. It is quite a sharp track and definitely suits front runners. Nowadays the bumper races tend to be run on the All Weather course.

Course Summary

Undulating and galloping left handed track with an easy finish.

Difficulty of Fences

Very Easy

Similar Courses, where form should be replicated


Course map

Lingfield Racecourse Map