BetBright Chase Day

Ticketst & Private Box Packages available. Restaurants SOLD OUT

Saturday 25th February

Raceday Information

Tickets, Key Timings & Race Schedule

Gates open at 11.15am for what is set be a great day’s jump racing at Kempton Park Racecourse. Pre-booked general admission is just £16 and £28 for the Winner Package which includes admission, a racecard, £10 food & drink voucher and a £2 tote bet. Under 18s go free when accompanied by an adult. Hospitality options are available starting from £79pp. Please call our hospitality team on 01932 753518 for more information or to book.

The Racing

Competitive and classy

Betbright Chase Day is an afternoon of quality Jump racing with many horses going on to The Cheltenham Festival. The competitive seven race card includes highlights such as THE BetBright GENIUS ADONIS JUVENILE HURDLE RACE (Grade 2) and THE BetBright HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE and with £218,000 in prize money up for grabs – it’s certainly a raceday worth attending.

Competition Time

Prizes to be won, free entry

On the day, we’ll be running a free prize draw – pick the winner of THE BetBright HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE and you could be coming back to Kempton as our guests, dining in the spectacular Panoramic Restaurant with admission, food and drink included! Worth a punt for sure…

Food drink & activities

What's on offer?

The Panoramic Restaurant is already SOLD OUT for Betbright Chase Day but a limited number of Private Boxes remain. Call 01932 753518 for details. For racegoers wanting to grab food on the go, there are a number of bars and concessions offering everything from pizza to fish & chips and burgers. Alongside the racing we will be showing the rugby during the afternoon and there will be live music from party band Already Legends.

Racing Explained

Get clued up about racing

Feel the urge to know a bit more about racing? Racing Explained is perfect for giving you all the information you need to prepare for a day at the races from how to read the racecard to picking a winner, horse and jockey form to understanding the racing jargon – it’s got everything you need. Click here to visit Racing Explained

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