Save The Date - Family Fun and The Epsom Trainer's Open Day is coming this Bank Holiday weekend!
Updated: Oct 28, 2019
This Bank Holiday weekend (26th August) the Family Fun and The Adventure Family Fun Day is returning to Epsom Racecourse - home of the world famous Derby!
Join us for an afternoon of fantastic racing combined with fantastic, entertainment for the little ones, including inflatables, assault courses and running races. Plus the morning starts with giving the unique opportunity to go behind the scenes of the local racing yards!
Before racing begins, The Trainer's Open Day holds the unique opportunity for you and your small ones to go behind the scenes of Epsom’s training yards. You'll see the horses working on the gallops from 8:30am and then it'll be time to visit the stars of the show at their homes as yards open from 9:30am. Use this as the perfect chance to speak to some of the many trainers working out of the Epsom Gallops - who knows whether you might just have the next Frankie Dettori on your hands!
Tickets can be purchased through here and for more information about the day visit Epsom Open Day online.
FREE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT!
This day is ideal for the little ones and there will be plenty to keep them entertained alongside the horseracing! From face painters to crocodile encounters, this year’s Family Fun Day is taking on an ADVENTURE theme so bring your curiosity with you. Even better under 18s go free!
CHILDREN’S RUNNING RACES
It's back, the annual children’s running races! There will be three races throughout the afternoon along the final furlong of the racecourse, split into age categories; under 5’s, under 8’s and under 11’s. Entries fill up fast so please ensure that you pre-register by the Parade Ring before 2pm to guarantee your child’s spot!
So pop the date in your diary, bring your kids, nan, grandads, auntie, uncle and Helen from next door, bring them all for a fun packed family day out this Bank Holiday!
If you'd like more information on the event click here.
This is a sponsored post in association with Epsom Downs Racecourse and The Jockey Club