Epsom Open Day is going online for 2020!

Keep an eye on our website for more details coming soon.

Epsom is synonymous with horseracing, and the most famous race of all, The Derby. Since 1779 the richest race in Britain has been drawing huge crowds to the Epsom and Walton Downs.

The Downs is an area of some 600 acres, from which on a clear day you can see a panoramic view of London. Epsom Downs training ground hosts 85 miles of grass and all-weather tracks and is the permanent base for eleven racehorse trainers operating in the town.

In 2017, Mr Scaramanga won a valuable Group 2 Race in Doha, Qatar, and was voted Epsom Trained Horse of Year at the Epsom Owners and Trainers Awards.

Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are unable to hold Epsom Open Day as we usually would.

We are currently working on ways that we can still provide racing fans with their Epsom fix via virtual tours and live content.

As the organisers of the event, Racing Welfare will be the main beneficiary charity of the Epsom Open Day.

Racing Welfare is the only charity that supports all people who work in racing – stud, stable and support staff; from their recruitment right through to retirement. Our support is available to everyone working the thoroughbred and arab racing industries.

Our mission is to enhance the wellbeing of people from the thoroughbred racing and breeding community, by providing comprehensive and individual support throughout and after their working lives.