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Chester racecourse’s racing season begins every day with the three-day Boodles May Festival, effortless style and grace meet hard-fought racing action, in an intoxicating blend of British Horse Racing tradition.
Day one of the festival is ‘City Day’, which sees the absolute best contenders go head to head over seven glorious races. The signature races of the day are undoubtedly the Chester Vase Stakes and Cheshire Oaks.
Ladies Day is always the most stylish of the three, with stunning outfits taking centre stage, a special occasion for the thousands of visitors attending. Signature races of the day are The Ormonde and Dee Stakes.
The most prestigious day of the event is Chester Cup Day, which features the Chester Cup, always one of the most exciting and contested races of the festival. The atmosphere on this day is palpable, impossible to replicate, and something to be experienced.
The Final Furlong Restaurant sits at the end of the Festival Village at the centre of the course and is just a short stroll to the rails to see the horses thunder past towards the winning post.
Located adjacent to the final furlong of the course the Festival Chalets are just a short stroll to the rails to watch the thoroughbreds canter towards the winning post.
The Festival Chalets for the Boodles May Festival represent a wonderful opportunity for private dining parties, with well-presented facilities adjacent to the final furlong of the course.
The contemporary and spacious Festival Chalets are a great race day option, with close proximity to the track meaning its just a short walk to the rails and the action.
Named after the historic year that racing began at Chester the 1539 Restaurant & Bar is a stylish glass-fronted restaurant that boasts wonderful panoramic views of the racecourse.