WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Limerick on Friday 27th May.
Fakenham Racecourse is located in the Norfolk countryside with Charles, Prince of Wales being patron.
Racing has taken place at the current course in Fakenham, which is the only jumps course in the county, since 1905 and was originally known as West Norfolk Hunt before it was rebranded to Fakenham Racecourse in 1964.
The venue also hosts a caravan & camping site which operates throughout the entire year and with the course being just 10 minutes from the town centre, it’s in a great location to draw in the crowds.
It’s hasn’t got the busiest schedule with hosting just six fixtures annually.
Fakenham Racecourse is left-handed and square in shape with a circumference of around 1 mile.
It is the tightest jumps track in the country. The chase course is located on the outside of the hurdle course with six fences to be jumped per circuit. There are short run-ins on both of the courses and turns are very sharp.
Only six fixtures take place at Fakenham Racecourse throughout the year with the main race being the Fakenham Silver Cup.
The Silver Cup is a Class 3 hurdle race and takes place at the Spring Festival in March. It’s run over a distance of two miles and has a prize fund of £20,000.
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|Address||Fakenham NR21 7NY|
|Nearest Train Station||Kings Lynn|
|Nearest Airport||Norwich Airport|