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Everything You Want to Know About Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton Racecourse opened for business in 1825, when racing took place on the turf course. However, since 1993, horse racing at Wolverhampton has taken place on all-weather surfaces. The one-mile oval-shaped course was made from fibresand for the first 11 years, before changing to polytack in 2004. It then changed to tapeta in 2014. It is owned by the Arena Racing Company.
Wolverhampton Racecourse is also known as Dunstall Park and it has welcomed some famous horses over the years, with the Breeders’ Cup winner Conduit being the most famous.
The racecourse’s biggest day takes place in March and is called the Lady Wulfruna Stakes Day, which derives its name from the feature race on the card. The Lady Wulfruna Stakes is a Listed race that takes place over 7 furlongs and 36 yards and its most notable winners include Dunelight.
The meeting also features the Lincoln Trial Handicap, which offers a bigger purse than the Lady Wulfruna Stakes.
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