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Racing at Nottingham was moved to Colwick Park in 1773. Near the River Trent and just over a mile from the city centre on the B686, the course once staged both Flat and National Hunt fixtures but the jumps track was dismantled in the mid-1990s. It can be easily reached from the A52 or A60 and is close to both the M1 and A1. The city’s station is a 15-minute walk.

A left-handed and flat, galloping track, Nottingham has 21 fixtures from spring to autumn and the course generally suits big-striding types. Several leading trainers will give their well-regarded two-year-olds a run here to educate them. A separate chute accommodates sprint races up to 6f but the effect of the draw seems to vary as to conditions. On fast ground, high numbers do best in the sprint races but the advantage can be reversed on heavy going.

The Listed Further Flight Stakes, staged over 1m6f in April, is Nottingham’s most prestigious contest and it usually attracts a decent field of stayers, though is often used as a prep race for more valuable races later in the season. The classy Opinion Poll did win it in 2010, however, before winning the Goodwood Cup the following year.

Richard Hannon has done particularly well here in recent seasons and both his two and three-year-olds are worth following when attracting market support. Roger Varian’s three-year-olds also have a good strike-rate and Roy Bowring’s older horses win their fair share of low-grade handicaps.

Wednesday 8th November Results
Time Winner Racecard
11.35 Regular Income 6/1 View Result
12.05 My Lord And Master 4/1 View Result
12.40 Kinaesthesia 4/1 View Result
1.15 Perfect Pasture 5/2 View Result
1.50 Quick Look 9/2 View Result
2.20 Ebitda 6/5 View Result
2.55 Topamichi 6/1 View Result
Wednesday 1st November Results
Time Winner Racecard
11.30 King's Proctor 5/2 View Result
12.00 Come On Tier 5/1 View Result
12.30 Monaadhil 9/2 View Result
1.00 St Mary's 10/3 View Result
1.30 Seamster 10/1 View Result
2.00 Sunnua 17/2 View Result
2.30 Teomaria 12/1 View Result
3.00 Quoteline Direct 16/1 View Result
Wednesday 18th October Results
Time Winner Racecard
1.30 Msayyan 4/6 View Result
2.00 Blazing Tunder 9/4 View Result
2.30 Hadith 11/4 View Result
3.05 Ruysch 10/1 View Result
3.35 Capton 8/1 View Result
4.05 Fire Jet 16/1 View Result
4.40 Tahoo 20/1 View Result
5.15 Jabbarockie 5/1 View Result
Wednesday 11th October Results
Time Winner Racecard
1.45 Alwasmiya 11/4 View Result
2.15 Kick On Kick On 9/4 View Result
2.50 Merlin Magic 8/1 View Result
3.20 Ship Of The Fen 15/8 View Result
3.50 Rosarno 3/1 View Result
4.20 Harlequin Striker 9/2 View Result
4.55 Ay Ay 7/1 View Result
5.25 Essenaitch 6/1 View Result

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