Yorkshire Ebor Festival
17th - 20th August 2011
Mild August weather, four days of wonderful program and some of the most famous races of the United Kingdom's racing season make the Ebor Festival a Mecca for all true racing fans. Thankfully York Racecourse has the capacity to entertain a 60,000 strong attendance. This piece of racing heaven, located on the Knavesmire, was crowned Racetrack of the Year in 2003; and it even has its own radio station - 'York Race Day Radio' (1602 kHZ med-wave).
About the Yorkshire Ebor Festival »
Yorkshire Ebor Festival Race Days
The running of the Ebor Handicap in 1843 is considered the birth of the Ebor Festival, which continues to this day to draw massive crowds each year. Today is promises not only multiple first-rate feature races on each day of the festival, but also guarantees peaks at the latest race course fashion. So do not miss through-the-roof excitement and a feast for the eye, from Tuesday to Friday in the month of August.
About Day One: Juddmonte Day »
About Day Two: Ebor Day »
About Day Three: Ladies' Day »
About Day Four: Nunthorpe Day »
York Racecourse is situated in North Yorkshire, and is one of the most prominent racing tracks in all of the United Kingdom. Staging three of the UK's 31 Group One races, the Flat course is most famous for holding the annual Ebor Handicap, which is held in August during the Ebor Festival.
About York Racecourse »