Horseracing in Doncaster dates back to the 16th century, and although probably more famous for the big Doncaster flat meetings, jump racing is very important to them. The course has recently been re-developed and as a result the facilities at the racecourse are excellent, and the course is well worth a visit.
Doncaster Racecourse

Key Characteristics

Doncaster course is a left handed, pear shaped course of around two miles circumference. It is quite a flat track and therefore tends to favour speedy horses over those with stamina. The fences are quite difficult with 10 jumps on each circuit.

Course Summary

Galloping left handed track with an easy finish.

Difficulty of Fences


Similar Courses, where form should be replicated

Ayr, Haydock, Newbury, Warwick, Wetherby, Worcester

Course map

Doncaster Racecourse Map