Our Impressions of The Racecourse
The first recorded meeting took place in 1783 and by 1813 a permanent course was created. Catterick traditionally sees out the Old Year (New Year's Eve) and stages Yorkshire's first meeting in the new year.
Description: A sharp, left-handed oval track of just over one-mile.
Directions to The Racecourse
The racecourse is situated just off the A1 in North Yorkshire, approximately five miles south of Scotch Corner on the outskirts of Catterick Village. For racegoers travelling by rail, Darlington station is some 15 miles away, with a frequent bus service to the racecourse from the United Bus Station on Victoria Road.