Newton Abbot racecourse is a lovely course set in the rolling Devon countryside. It was first opened in 1866, and is now the foremost summer jumping venue in the UK.
Newton Abbot Racecourse

Key Characteristics

The Newton Abbot course is a flat oval course of about nine furlongs, with seven easy fences per circuit. The sharpness of the course coupled with the very short run in means that it suits the handy front running horse, and it is very hard to come from behind and win.

Course Summary

Tight left handed track with an easy finish.

Difficulty of Fences


Similar Courses, where form should be replicated

Aintree, Fontwell, Kelso, Bangor, Southwell, Kempton, Market Rasen

Course map

Newton Abbot Racecourse Map