We are pleased to announce that we plan to re-open the stadium to Owners and the public from 17th May 2021. Online booking for general admission and the Paddock Restaurant is now available.
Due to Government guidelines, all admission to the stadium must be booked in advance for the purposes of track and trace, this includes free admission meetings. There will be no admission available on the door. Bookings can be for up to a maximum of 6 people from more than one household.
In accordance with updated Government guidelines we are required to collect track and trace details from all guests entering the stadium. This can be done by scanning the NHS QR code with the NHS COVID-19 app or by completing a form with a steward prior to entry.
Please note that due to table layout, bookings may be split across more than one table.
There will be no tote betting facilities or snack bar available for midweek or Saturday morning meetings. There will also be no on-course bookmakers for any race meeting due to Government guidelines and local authority restrictions.
Thank you for your on-going support and we look forward to welcoming you back to the stadium.
Racing greyhounds can retire from the sport at any age and for a variety of reasons, but when they do the one thing, they have in common is looking for their forever sofa in their forever home. Here at Coral greyhound tracks, we look after our greyhounds very well during their sporting career as well as retirement.
We partner with a local greyhound trust who provide a home to our retired kennels along with medical attention as and when needed, grooming and spaying/neutering. Every year we donate thousands of pounds to kennel houses to secure a healthy and happy lifestyle for our retired greyhounds.
If you want to give a home to our lovely greyhounds or want to know more about greyhounds after retiring lifestyle, please visit our partner's websites.