Redcar Racecourse reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone and to remove any person from the Racecourse without assigning a reason for doing so and do not accept responsibility for loss or damage to persons or their property.
In the case of abandonment before the conclusion of the 1st race a full refund of the admission ticket will be given. Should the meeting be abandoned between the conclusion of the 1st and 3rd race a 50% refund of the admission ticket will be given. Thereafter no refunds will be given.
All refunds will be administered after the raceday by post. No refunds will be made on the day. Please return your tickets together with your contact details to Redcar Racecourse within 28 days of the race meeting to claim your refund. No refunds will be issued after this date.
The Redcar Executive would like to thank the Red Cross for their help throughout the season. The First Aid Point can be found opposite the Parade Ring.
During 2009 the Horseracing and Betting Levy Board contributed £516,730 to prize money at Redcar.
Food & Drink
Picnics (with a limited amount of alcohol) are permitted in the Centre Course Enclosure only. Glass bottles and glass/china receptacles must not be brought onto the Racecourse.
Please not that only food and drink purchased within the Racecourse can be consumed within the Grandstand Enclosure
The Racecourse Executive will be grateful if you would observe all the Racecourse Regulations as detailed in this section. Any person failing to comply with these regulations or instruction from a Racecourse representative will be ejected from the Racecourse. The emergency exits on the Grandstand steppings are marked in yellow and should be kept clear at all times. We would also request that only wheelchair users use the viewing ramps.
Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times and must be prevented from climbing on any running rail or fencing and from gaining access into prohibited areas.
Mobile Telephones & Radio
The use of all types of communication equipment is strictly controlled at all Racecourses. Members of the public may not use two-way radios, canning
receivers, etc. for any purpose at the Racecourse.
Mobile telephones may not be used in or near a designated betting area, or for off-course betting purposes.
Further details are available from the Racecourse Office.
No dogs are permitted on the Racecourse with the exception of assistant dogs.
Amateur photography is permitted on the Racecourse in all areas normally open to the public. Flash photography is not permitted in any circumstances.
Professional and press photographers must contact the Racecourse prior to arrival.
No Drinking Areas/Bottles & Glass
Patrons are asked to respect the restrictions placed on the marked areas of the Racecourse Stands and Enclosures where drinks are not permitted. Alcohol is permitted outside in plastic receptacles. Broken glass and bottles are dangerous and in the interests of safety and the comfort of others please do not carry drinks into the areas adjacent to the parade ring and unsaddling enclosure. Please dispose of your empty glasses and bottles in the containers provided.
Smoking is not permitted in any of the Bars or Restaurants, we thank you for your co-operation.
Claims In Selling & Claiming Races
The procedures for Claiming and Selling Races have changed. The only Claims which will be accepted on the racecourse are Friendly Claims, or hostile Claims made by Licensed Trainers. All claims must be made within 5 minutes of the ‘Weighed In’. No additional period is allowed for Friendly Claims. No premium will be payable in the event of unopposed Friendly Claims.
Registered Owners, Licensed and Permitted trainers may also claim by telephone, to Weatherbys on 01933 303080. Such claims must be made within 15 minutes of the start of the race. A BHB Security Code is required (to apply, contact Weatherbys on 01933 440077).
In the unlikely event of an incident which necessitates the partial or total evacuation of any area of the racecourse, announcements will be made over the Public Address System and visually on the Television Monitors. The evacuation plans have been designed to usher you to a safe area by our stewards who can be identified by their green jackets or staff badges aided by the uniform security personnel. Please take your belongings with you and follow the directions of the staff as quickly and quietly as possible. It might give you some peace of mind if you pre-plan and agree a meeting place in case your party becomes separated.
These are just precautionary notes and we trust you will follow the management’s and staff’s instructions at all times to prevent accident or injury to yourself or others. Please remember in the event of an incident to TAKE YOUR POSSESSIONS WITH YOU AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS OF THE STAFF AS QUICKLY AND QUIETLY AS POSSIBLE