Everything You Want to Know About Beverley
Beverley Racecourse has plenty of competition in Yorkshire but it is widely regarded as the prettiest and friendliest racecourse in the White Rose County. Racing has taken place here since 1752, with the nearby market town helping to attract tourists.
Beverley stages around 19 flat racing meetings each season, with notable races including the Beverley Bullett and the Hillary Needler Trophy. The Beverley Bullet was won in 2017 and 2018 by Take Cover, whilst the most famous winner of the Hillary Needler Trophy was Attraction, who went on to win the 1,000 Guineas and a number of other Group 1 Races.
The Beverley track is right-handed, with the course measuring around 11 furlongs. Jockeys often try and get a breather into their horses around the three-furlong marker as the last two and half furlongs climb steeply to the winning post. An inside draw is normally an advantage but, if the pacesetters go off to fast, horses drawn wide can pounce late.
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