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Everything You Want to Know About Fakenham
Fakenham Racecourse was established in 1905 but it only held one meeting a year until 1947 when a second meeting was added on Whitsun Bank Holiday Monday. Fakenham may not be one of England’s high-profile National Hunt courses but it has slowly gone from strength under the patronage of the Prince of Wales and it now hosts around 13 meetings each year.
It is one of the shortest National Hunt tracks at just under a mile and is virtually square-shaped with four tight left-handed bends. The nature of the track means it tends to suit horses with a bit of natural speed, especially when the ground is good or faster. The obstacles tend to be some of the easiest to jump on the National Hunt circuit but, because races are generally run at a decent pace, hitting a fence or hurdle can cost a horse any chance of winning.
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