The Investec Derby Festival at Epsom

3rd - 4th June 2011

The Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Downs is amongst the most valuable festivals of the United Kingdom horse racing season. It includes two of the Classic races, the Epsom Oaks and the Epsom Derby - currently known was the Investec Oaks and the Investec Derby after their corporate sponsor - making it a two-day meeting no serious racing fan can afford to miss.
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Epsom Derby

The Derby at Epsom is special in many ways. Naturally, it is part of the Classics Series, which makes it interesting for anyone infatuated with traditional Flat racing. The Epsom Derby can be watched for free.
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Epsom Oaks

The Oaks was introduced a year before the Derby, and was named after the Earl's estate of the same title. In much the same way as Charles Bunbury, Lord Derby's horse, Bridget, won the inaugural event, yet it would be the only time he would claim such a victory. The race is open to three-year-old fillies, and it is considered the third of the five Classic British races.
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Epsom Downs Racecourse

Epsom Downs Racecourse, located in Surrey, is one of England's most famous racing venues. The Grade 1, Flat racecourse is best known for hosting three popular events: the Epsom Derby, Epsom Oaks, and Coronation Cup.
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