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Hexham Racecourse

File:Hexham racecourse logo.jpg
Hexham Racecourse logo
Official website
Location Hexham, Northumberland
Date opened c. 1720
Screened on At The Races
Course type National Hunt

Hexham Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Hexham, Northumberland, England.[1]

Situated 800 feet above sea level at High Yarridge, just south of the town. The course is a left-handed circuit of about one and a half miles with a short uphill climb on the approach to the finishing straight and a run-in of 250 yards.


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