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Tweseldown Racecourse

Tweseldown Racecourse in Fleet, Hampshire was originally a National Hunt steeplechasing venue and the home of the equestrian events in the 1948 Summer Olympics.

The turf racecourse still survives and is used each winter to host Point to point racing. The interior of the course is used for cross country eventing.

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