|Owned by||Northern Racing plc|
|Screened on||At The Races|
|Course type||National Hunt|
Sedgefield Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Sedgefield, Stockton-on-Tees, in County Durham, England. The course is undulating, left-handed and about ten furlongs in circumference. The steeplechase course consists of eight fences per circuit, with the open ditch the penultimate obstacle. What is now the final fence was formerly a water jump, this being changed to a plain fence in 1994. As the water was bypassed on the run-in this gave Sedgefield the unique feature of having an open-ditch as the final fence. The going can get very heavy and the final 100 yards is up a steep incline which can lead to changes in fortune of the front runners.
During summer, there is a popular car boot sale held in the carpark.
The course hosts 19 National Hunt Racing fixtures over 11 months of the year.
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