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BATH RACECOURSE

Bath racecourse’s claim to fame is that at 780 feet (238 m) above sea level, it is Britain's highest Flat racecourse, although National Hunt courses Hexham and Exeter are higher. The first major race meeting at Bath racecourse was held in 1811, and originally there was just one meeting a year at the course, lasting for two days, but gradually over the years, the number of meetings increased to its present level. In 1953, Bath racecourse was the site of a criminal plot surrounding the Spa selling plate. Having two horses that looked almost identical, the gang substituted a good horse for a poor one. They bet heavily on the substituted horse and damaged the power supply to the racecourse, which prevented the bookmakers from changing the odds which remained at 10-1. The horse won the race and the gang would have profited highly had not racing officials become suspicious and called in Scotland Yard. Bath’s most notable races are the Lansdown Fillies’ Stakes in April and the Beckford Stakes in October.

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BEST TRAINERS AT BATH

Trainer Runs Wins W% Places P%
Malcolm Saunders 189 33 17 49 26
Clive Cox 145 31 21 46 32
Mick Channon 256 30 12 79 31
Richard Hannon 147 26 18 54 37
Andrew Balding 127 20 16 39 31
Ronald Harris 258 20 8 52 20
Richard Hannon Snr 73 19 26 16 22
Charles Hills 93 19 20 36 39
David Evans 191 19 10 50 26
Roger Charlton 64 18 28 22 34
Sir Mark Prescott Bt 50 18 36 18 36
Tony Carroll 178 18 10 33 19
Rod Millman 109 17 16 26 24
Brian Meehan 63 17 27 15 24
Mark Johnston 81 15 19 28 35
Jo Hughes 121 14 12 32 26
Ron Hodges 84 14 17 18 21
William Haggas 41 13 32 13 32
William Muir 104 12 12 30 29
Marcus Tregoning 48 12 25 15 31
Robert Cowell 42 10 24 9 21
George Baker 69 10 14 23 33
Tony Newcombe 76 10 13 11 14
Ed de Giles 50 10 20 14 28
Brendan Powell 61 9 15 17 28
Sylvester Kirk 89 9 10 30 34
Amanda Perrett 62 9 15 14 23
Tom Dascombe 45 9 20 10 22
John Flint 55 9 16 11 20
Milton Bradley 161 8 5 27 17
Hughie Morrison 42 8 19 10 24
Eve Johnson Houghton 100 8 8 25 25
Henry Candy 59 8 14 13 22
Jeremy Gask 69 8 12 8 12
Bernard Llewellyn 81 7 9 22 27
J. S. Moore 78 7 9 11 14
Ralph Beckett 39 7 18 15 38
Roger Varian 26 7 27 9 35
Stuart Kittow 48 6 13 12 25
Gary Moore 50 6 12 6 12
Jamie Osborne 85 6 7 26 31
Saeed bin Suroor 12 6 50 5 42
Jonathan Portman 64 6 9 13 20
Steph Hollinshead 33 6 18 5 15
Michael Attwater 32 6 19 7 22
Jonathan Geake 35 6 17 8 23
Paul Cole 51 6 12 12 24
Sir Michael Stoute 25 5 20 10 40
Denis Coakley 47 5 11 18 38
David Lanigan 16 5 31 4 25
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

BEST JOCKEYS AT BATH

Jockey Runs Wins W% Places P%
Luke Morris 264 35 13 68 26
Adam Kirby 112 26 23 29 26
Steve Drowne 186 26 14 46 25
Richard Hughes 89 24 27 24 27
George Baker 93 24 26 20 22
Dane O'Neill 130 22 17 28 22
Silvestre De Sousa 105 19 18 28 27
David Probert 146 19 13 33 23
Pat Dobbs 105 19 18 24 23
Martin Dwyer 140 18 13 33 24
Cathy Gannon 152 18 12 38 25
Jimmy Fortune 75 16 21 23 31
Liam Keniry 175 16 9 45 26
Sean Levey 103 15 15 33 32
Pat Cosgrave 101 15 15 28 28
Shane Kelly 134 14 10 29 22
Tom Marquand 69 13 19 17 25
Josephine Gordon 81 13 16 22 27
William Twiston-Davies 116 12 10 32 28
Richard Kingscote 89 12 13 25 28
Liam Jones 79 11 14 19 24
Martin Harley 75 11 15 22 29
Daniel Muscutt 76 11 14 20 26
Michael J. M. Murphy 52 11 21 15 29
Oisin Murphy 95 11 12 32 34
David Egan 43 10 23 12 28
Charles Bishop 93 10 11 19 20
John Fahy 120 10 8 35 29
Fran Berry 63 10 16 14 22
Robert Winston 62 10 16 14 23
Chris Catlin 78 10 13 16 21
Sam Hitchcott 120 9 8 26 22
Fergus Sweeney 138 9 7 36 26
James Doyle 50 9 18 13 26
Ryan Tate 66 9 14 24 36
Phillip Prince 52 8 15 15 29
George Wood 52 8 15 15 29
Royston Ffrench 61 8 13 12 20
Graham Lee 27 8 30 4 15
Tom McLaughlin 62 7 11 19 31
Jamie Spencer 26 7 27 8 31
Martin Lane 69 7 10 15 22
Kieran O'Neill 83 7 8 15 18
William Carson 105 7 7 27 26
Jim Crowley 60 7 12 18 30
Cam Hardie 73 7 10 29 40
Eoin Walsh 46 7 15 4 9
Kieran Shoemark 45 7 16 16 36
Jack Duern 31 7 23 10 32
Hector Crouch 35 6 17 5 14
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

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Left handed, the round course is an elongated oval track, just over twelve furlongs in extent. Bath is the highest course in the country, with no watering system, so the ground can get very firm during a dry spell. Prominent racers have a better record than those ridden more patiently, but any advantage decreases as the trip increases.

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BATH RACECOURSE ADDRESS & HOW TO GET THERE

BATH RACECOURSE TICKETS

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BATH RACECOURSE HOTELS

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