Membership Reciprocals Dates

Our annual membership offers over 50 exceptional reciprocal days out at other UK racecourses

The exclusive reciprocal days entitle all Warwick Members free admission to the following racecourses. The Warwick Badge must be shown to gain entry to each course.

Racecourse Reciprocals Dates
Newton Abbott 4th April
Ffos Las 9th April
Musselborough 15th April
Beverley 19th April
Pontefract 24th April
Great Yarmouth 25th April
Perth 27th April
Punchestown 29th April
Kelso 10th May
Carlisle 11th May
Bath 17th May
Haydock Park 26th May
Cirencester Polo Park 29th May
Cartmel 31st May
Fakenham 4th June
Utoxeter 7th June
Lingfiled Park 13th June
Leicester 27th June
Stratford Upon Avon* 4th July
Newbury 6th July
Sandown 7th July
Ayr 9th July
Doncaster 13th July
Worcester 18th July
Hamilton Park 20th July
Ripon 22nd July
Windsor 24th July
Thirsk 28th July
Brighton 11th August
Newmarket* 19th August
Kilarney (Ireland) 23rd August
Goodwood 26th August
Catterick 30th August
Cirencester Polo Club 6th September
Salisbury 15th September
Redcar 27th September
Market Rasen 30th September
Epsom 1st October
Fontwell 6th October
Nottingham 11th October
Huntingtdon 17th October
Haydock Park 20th October
Ludlow 9th November
Aintree 11th November (50% off when purchased on the day)
Bangor on Dee 15th December

 Last updated: 27/01/2017. - All dates are subject to change.

Warwick Members must adhere to the dress code of individual courses and note that they may be unable to use Members Facilities (i.e car parking) at certain courses. Please check in advance.

Course Restrictions* 

Ascot – Reciprocal visitors can park free of charge with their relevant car park label in either car park 1 or car park 2 (whichever is available). Once parked proceed to one of our Ticket Offices to collect an entry ticket on production of their relevant metal badge, this ticket will give admission into the racecourse, once inside the racecourse please wear you relevant metal badge which will allow access to the Premier Admission.  For your information there is a dress code in our Premier Admission.
Bath – Members will receive entry into the Premier Enclosure and free parking in the member’s car park.
Epsom – The Jockey Club Room on the 2nd floor of the Queen's Stand is available for use for Warwick Members. Parking will be available free of charge in our Annual Members car parks 3, 6 & 7. A smart casual dress code is required; jackets and trousers with a collared shirt are encouraged and smart denim jeans are acceptable.
Kelso – Access is not allowed into the Annual Members Bar.
Leicester - Access to Grandstand and Premier Stand, Club Room depending on availability. No members parking available.
Newmarket – Warwick Members must register at the Free Pass Office. At the July Course this is located at Premier Entrance 2 (next to the first set of turnstiles). At the Rowley Mile this is loctaed at Grandstand and Paddock Entrance (located next to the turnstiles, adjacent to the free car park). Access will be granted into the Premier Enclosure, however due to capacity restrictions Newmarket will not be able to offer the annual badge holders facilities or car park. Please note that Newmarket operate a smart/casual dress code: No trainers, t-shirts, sports attire or extreme attire are permitted.
Plumpton- Visiting reciprocal courses do not have access to the Annual Members facilities or car park, however, all parking is free at Plumpton and there is a complimentary racecard which can be picked up from the gates.
Redcar – No access to the Annual Badge holders’ Owners & Trainers Facilities
Sandown - Members will have access to both the Grandstand and the Premier enclosures and can either park for free in our More Lane Car Park (located in the centre of the course) or for £6 in our main Portsmouth Road Car Park. Due to space restrictions, they unfortunately will not have access to the members bar.
Southwell- You will have access to the Premier enclosure with the exception of Sunday 20th August – Ladies Day and Sunday 16th July – Family Fun Day.  Should any member wish to dine in the Seasons restaurant we advise that they call the racecourse office prior to their visit to avoid disappointment on the day, payment is required at the time of booking. 
Wincanton - Members have access to the Premier Enclosure (excluding the Hatherleigh Viewing Area which is reserved for our Gold Members). Free parking is available on the main car park.
Weatherby - Car Parking is complimentary at Wetherby Racecourse and is stewarded on the day of racing. Due to space restrictions, regretfully we cannot offer your members use of the Annual Members bar or facilities, however we do hope that your members have an enjoyable time with us.
Cartmel - General admission to both the Paddock and the Course enclosures and free parking in the overflow car parks. Parking inside the track is £6 per car per day on a first come first served basis. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate Warwick Members in the members bar or viewing platform as the space is just too small.
Salisbury- Entry: your badge entitles you to Bibury Enclosure access, please use the Bibury or Grandstand entrances. Entrance through Owners & Trainers will not be permitted. Car parking at Salisbury is free but you are not permitted to use Car Park 1 (for annual subscribers) due to space constraints. Restaurant Booking: all reciprocal members are entitled to book a space in our Moonraker/Conservatory restaurant pending availability, call the racecourse office to do this: 01722 326461. Public Transport - a free bus runs from Salisbury train station & city centre to and from the racecourse (timings to be published soon, please call the office for details). Taxi: please instruct your taxi driver to use the taxi rank next to Car Park 3. Taxi's will not be permitted down the main drive. Feedback: we hope you have an enjoyable experience with us at Salisbury, please feel free to provide any feedback you feel necessary, good or bad! 01722 326461
Goodwood- Warwick Members will have access to the Richmond Enclosure (members enclosure) and the Gordon Enclosure. There is a dress code in the Richmond, jacket and tie for gentleman, no jeans or shorts. Parking is free in No2 car park.
Ascot- Reciprocal visitors visiting Ascot in 2017 can park free of charge with their relevant car park label in either car park 1 or car park 2 (whichever is available). Once parked proceed to one of our Ticket Offices to collect an entry ticket on production of their relevant metal badge, this ticket will give admission into the racecourse,  once inside the racecourse please wear your racecourses relevant metal badge which will allow access to the King Edward VII Enclosure (Level 4).For your information there is a dress code in The King Edward VII Enclosure.
Thirsk Racecourse - Members can park in the Premier Car Park and enter through the Premier Entrance reporting to the desk on the left hand side. You have access to the whole of the course apart from the Owners & Trainers and our Annual Members Bar which unfortunately is not large enough to accommodate visitors. Dress code is long trousers or really smart jeans with collared shirt and shoes. No sportswear.
Newton Abbot- when visiting Newton Abbot, car parking is in the centre of the course as we do not have enough room in our members car park, disabled parking is nearside and not centre course.  Parking is free.  Access will be to both the Course and Paddock Enclosures, there is no strict dress code unless dining in our restaurants.  Visiting members can use our Annual Members Lounge which is next door to the Owners and Trainers Bar if space permits on the day.
Fakenham - Please note parking for reciprocal guests is in the centre of the racecourse in the Special Reserved Car Park opposite the Prince of Wales Stand. If you wish to park in the Members enclosure there is a charge of £8.00 per car. Our dress code is smart but casual and dress to the prevailing  weather conditions on the day.
Hexham-  parking fwill be in the main car park and entry is through the Club Enclosure gate. You have access to the Ramshaw Stand but not the Annual Member’s Bar which is unfortunately not large enough to accommodate visitors. The dress code is smart casual.
Stratford Upon Avon- Warwick Members are unable to use of any of our exclusive Annual Members’ facilities, due to limited capacity i.e.; Car parking, tearoom and exclusive seating area. However, you will be welcomed to all other areas, including our Club enclosure. The gate staff are briefed on the morning of racing to ensure they are fully aware of which courses are visiting and the colour / style of their badges. Stratford don’t enforce a strict dress code but would advise smart casual attire in the Club Enclosure, but more importantly to dress for the weather accordingly. Gate opening and race times can be found on our website together with further details regarding hospitality / restaurant packages.
Salisbury Racecourse -reciprocal information pack can be found here.
Ripon-  due to space restrictions Ripon cannot allow Warwick Members use of the Annual Badge Holders Bar but you do have access to all other bars at the racecourse.  Parking is free in the main public car park and is clearly signposted on arrival. The dress code for the Club Enclosure is smart / casual ie no t-shirts, shorts, sportswear or torn, ripped or faded denim.  Gentlemen are not required to wear a tie but are asked to wear a collared shirt.
Bangor -  Please note that due to a change in the facility at Bangor on Dee, the Annual Members Bar will no longer be available to Reciprocal Members. Your badge will still of course gain you entrance to the Paddock Enclosure where you will find 3 further Public Bars and restaurant and fast food facilities, along with the Pre Parade and Parade Rings and Winner Enclosure.

 *All restrictions are dependant on each course and are subject to change. If you have any questions please contact each individual course before your visit.

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