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  • The racecourse is located on Prospect Road, Hastings.

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
29 JUL 2020

R1 - R12 SLOW

Out 7.5m. 12 141
26 FEB 2020

R1 - R8 DEAD

True | No rain. 8 67
29 JAN 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 4m. 8 60
01 JAN 2020

R1 - R8 DEAD

True. 8 57
11 DEC 2019

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 6m. 8 61
10 NOV 2019

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 6m | Groundhog used through track yesterday. 8 68
05 OCT 2019

R1 - R10 DEAD

Out 3m | Morning Frost. 10 114
21 SEP 2019

R1 - R9 GOOD

True | No Rain. 9 106
31 AUG 2019

R1 - R10 DEAD

True. 10 127
18 JUL 2019

R1 - R10 SLOW

Out 10m | 1.5mm Rain Overnight. 10 107
29 JUN 2019

R1 - R10 SLOW

Out 7m | Frost | Heavy Fog. 10 114
22 MAY 2019

R1 - R9 DEAD

Out 7m | Morning Frost & Fog. 9 88

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