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The racecourse was opened on 6 August 1926 in the grounds of Piercefield House. The first race was a two-year-old seller won by Lord Harewood’s colt Conca D’Oro, the 7-4 favourite. In 1933, at a two day meeting, Gordon Richards won 11 consecutive Chepstow races. After the war, and the demise of the nearby Caerleon course, the Welsh National was transferred to Chepstow. The racecourse remained on the margins of British racing until 1966, when the opening of the Severn Bridge made the venue more accessible to the people of England.
Best known for its top-class National Hunt fixtures, Chepstow also offers a busy Flat programme. The track is a long, undulating, two-mile circuit that represents a real stamina test, particularly in soft ground which is often the case for jumps fixtures.
Chepstow Racecourse is located in Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
Chepstow is home to the Coral Welsh National which is run over the Christmas Holiday period.
At a two-day meeting in 1933, Gordon Richards rode into the record books by partnering the winners of 11 consecutive Chepstow races.
Chepstow Racecourse typically hosts a mixture of about 30 Jump and Flat race meetings throughout the year.