Cartmel Race Track History & Information
A small racecourse in the village of Cartmel, it is noted as having the longest run-in in Britain at four furlongs. The earliest reference to Cartmel dates back to 1856. Until 1939 it was a very small course featuring primarily amateur jockeys, but in the second half of the 20th century racing was expanded and professionalized. A mile round, with a central finishing chute, the six fences per circuit are in two distinct sections. Racing is only staged .
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