Bowman takes another bow at Stobo Castle Ladies Day party

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DJ, television presenter and podcast host Edith Bowman, is returning to Musselburgh Racecourse to host the After Racing Party at the popular Stobo Castle Ladies Day.The former Radio 1 DJ, who now presents the weekly Soundtracking podcast on which she interviews film-makers about their...

New NHS Lothian saddle up for vaccine partnership at Musselburgh Racecourse

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NHS Lothian have partnered with Musselburgh Racecourse to deliver a series of pop-up vaccination clinics to help in the race against Covid-19.By bringing the vaccination programme into the heart of Lothian communities, NHS Lothian is making it easier than ever for people to get...

Twilight highlights at new Sunday race meeting for Musselburgh

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Musselburgh Racecourse kicks off the £600,000 Sky Bet Sunday Series at its next meeting on Sunday (25 July).With almost £200,000 prize money on offer at the East Lothian course, Musselburgh is joining with Haydock and Sandown to launch the triple “twilight” fixtures which will...

Glass half full for Musselburgh Racecourse as Level Zero conditions limit summer attendances

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The move to Level Zero Covid-19 restrictions will have a limited impact on the number of racing fans Musselburgh Racecourse can welcome over its crucial summer season.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday (Wed 13 July) that restrictions in Scotland would be eased from 19...

Stobo Castle Ladies Day half the size but twice the fun at Musselburgh

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More than half of the 5,000 tickets on sale for Stobo Castle Ladies Day at Musselburgh Racecourse have already been snapped up.In normal circumstances the East Lothian course would expect to welcome a 10,000 capacity audience to what is firmly established as a highlight...

Musselburgh’s Edinburgh Cup meeting pulls in quality field

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Musselburgh Racecourse’s Edinburgh Cup Race Day on Saturday (5 June) will be limited to only 500 spectators instead of the usual 5000-plus but the high quality of entries remains the same.Racecourse boss Bill Farnsworth is as keen as any racing fan to return to...

Autism in Racing launched at Musselburgh Racecourse

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Musselburgh Racecourse will be the first Scottish race track to support an initiative which aims to raise awareness of autism.Autism in Racing has been launched to British Horseracing’s stakeholders to promote understanding of the condition and to educated racing’s workforce and racegoers.The East Lothian...

Musselburgh Racecourse under starter’s orders to welcome back spectators

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Musselburgh Racecourse will welcome spectators for the first time in more than a year at its next race meeting on Tuesday 25 May.In a carefully managed event, the East Lothian track will admit 250 racing fans in the first steps towards lifting Covid-19 restrictions...

Musselburgh – Goldie on great form

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JIM GOLDIE was great form at Musselburgh on Friday as the Uplawmoor trainer recorded a 74-1 double courtesy of Ayr Poet and Primo’s Comet.The former was successful in the William Hil Scratch Of The Day Handicap over 1m 1f while Primo’s Comet sprung a...

Racing – preview for Musselburgh

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VETERAN trainer Wilf Storey is looking for more of the same from recent course winner Perfect Soldier at Musselburgh’s behind-closed-doors fixture on Thursday. The Co Durham raider faces eleven rivals in the William Hill Extra Place Races Every Day Handicap over seven-furlongs at the East...

Trainer Mark Johnston looking to repeat Betway Queen’s Cup success at Musselburgh

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Trainer Mark Johnston must be in with a decent shout of retaining Musselburgh’s Betway Easter Saturday feature race, The Queen’s Cup, with five entries making the trip from his Middleham Moor yard.The £75,000 Class 2 heritage handicap (3.35pm) was last run in 2019 when...

Betway Easter Saturday kicks off Musselburgh’s Flat season

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Musselburgh Racecourse gets its Flat season underway with the £174,000 Betway Easter Saturday Race Day on 3 April.With 16 Flat fixtures staged over the summer months and into October, the East Lothian course will continue to race behind-closed-doors but is primed to accommodate spectators...

No shortage of quality entries for Musselburgh’s bet365 Scottish Cheltenham Trials Weekend

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At four miles and 176 yards, the bet365 Edinburgh National is the longest race – flat or jumps – staged in Scotland, but there are no shortage of quality entries for Musselburgh’s bet365 Scottish Cheltenham Trials Weekend this Saturday and Sunday.Among the 22...

Musselburgh boosts prize money for Edinburgh National contest

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Musselburgh Racecourse have increased the purse for its feature race on the first day of the bet365 Scottish Cheltenham Trials weekend.The Class 2 bet365 Edinburgh National, run over four miles, will now carry a £30,000 prize in a nod to owners and trainers as...

Musselburgh takes centre stage for New Year’s Day racing

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The £88,000 Betway New Year’s Day meeting at Musselburgh Racecourse will take centre stage following the abandonment of Cheltenham’s 1 January fixture due to a waterlogged course.History-making Bryony Frost heads a list of star names on parade, fresh from her Boxing Day success at...

MSP encouraged by Musselburgh Racecourse’s Covid-19 safety measures

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Musselburgh Racecourse is an “excellent example” of how businesses have adapted to protect customers against Covid-19, claims MSP Colin Beattie.Mr Beattie, who represents Midlothian and Musselburgh North in the Scottish Parliament, visited the East Lothian track and met with management to see the measures...

Musselburgh Racecourse flies the flag for St Andrew’s Day

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Musselburgh Racecourse is helping to fly the flag in advance of St Andrew’s Day at its next meeting on Monday.The Saltire Raceday, which is being staged behind-closed-doors, is supporting the Scottish Flag Trust and four out of the seven jumps races will be named...

Musselburgh Racecourse facing up to a year without spectators

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Musselburgh Racecourse general manager, Bill Farnsworth, has admitted that the East Lothian track may go a full year without spectators.Two attempts to stage pilot race meetings with up to 500 spectators in August and September did not come to fruition and with a changing...

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