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Historic Bells return home for Carlisle Racecourse’s big day

27th June 2017

Now, for the first time ever, the world’s oldest sporting trophy to still be contested - The Carlisle Bells - have travelled 267 miles back home from Newmarket to Carlisle Racecourse for tomorrow’s Carlisle Bell and Cumberland Plate meeting.

Mick Channon Set To Return North For More Eternal Stakes Glory

21st June 2017

Carlisle Racecourse To Honour Cumbria’s Most Amazing Lady

21st June 2017

Carlisle Racecourse To Honour Cumbria’s Most Amazing Lady

‘Vote Racing’ As Championship Frontrunners Go Head-to-Head At Carlisle

7th June 2017

As the nation gets ready to vote in a new government, Carlisle’s opening night meeting of the 2017 flat season sets up its own not-to-be-missed dash for the winning line between the leaders of this year’s Trainers’ Championship.

Jockey Club North West Offers £20,000 Development Award for Female Jockeys

7th June 2017

Jockey Club Racecourses North West (JCRNW) are delighted to announce the £20,000 development award for female jockeys will return for a second year, with local Olympic Gold Medallist, Sam Quek supporting the award as the JCRNW ambassador.

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