Discover all of the top Lingfield tips today from our team of experienced horse racing tipsters. Our experts have all the racing knowledge and form insights to help you make an informed decision on your bets.
Lingfield Park Racecourse - more commonly just known as ‘Lingfield races’ - is hugely popular among casual and seasoned racegoers alike. This is chiefly thanks to one unique asset it offers; the fact it’s currently the only course in the country that has flat all-weather, flat turf and jump races.
As you’d expect it’s also one of the busiest courses in the country with a wealth of horse racing fixtures and events across its calendar year. Although, despite this, it is still arguably best known for its winter all-weather flat racing on its Polytrack surface.
Lingfield races also has a long and proud history within horse racing, having first opened in 1890. Today it forms part of the Lingfield Park Resort- one of the premier leisure resorts in Surrey - and also plays host to everything from corporate occasions to conferences and both indoor and outdoor events.
Lingfield Racecourse Betting
Lingfield Park Racecourse offers a variety of places for you to bet, covering pretty much all bases if you fancy a flutter.
Whether you’re in the ground floor of the Grandstand or if you’re trackside you’ll be able to find a number of main betting hubs available for you to use. As well as this, there’s both the Tote and a number of betting stalls to be found all around the course itself as well as within the main hospitality suites.
However, Lingfield Racecourse currently doesn’t have any cash machines in operation, so if you do want to bet with cash, you’ll need to bring this with you on the day. Also, the majority of the bookmakers will only take cash and currently only a small number take debit cards.
For those of you who prefer to bet online or via different betting apps, Lingfield Racecourse also invites its visitors to make the most of its free Wi-Fi. You can also download a free digital Lingfield racecard for each event, but printed versions are available to purchase at the racecourse too.
Lingfield Betting Tips & Winners
It almost goes without saying that betting on the races is a popular pastime at all Lingfield fixtures, so if you’re looking to get involved but are in need of some tips, we’ve got a few useful bits of information listed below.
We’ve reviewed the previous Lingfield racing results over the flat course from the last three years (2019-2023) and collated this data to show who the top trainers and jockeys are by winners across this period:
|Best Trainers at Lingfield - 2019-2023 Flat :
|Best Jockeys at Lingfield - 2019-2023 Flat :
|- A W Carroll
|- J E Moore
|- A M Balding
|- Charlie Deutsch
|- Archie Watson
|- Gavin Sheehan
|- W J Haggas
|- Sam Twiston-Davies
|- Richard Hannon
|- Harry Skelton
This is just a short selection of Lingfield racing tips and we’ll be sure to update these with more across the coming season.
Lingfield Park Racecourse Maps
Flat Racing (All-Weather) at Lingfield Park Racecourse
As a left-handed, all-weather course this track is of course a stalwart of the Lingfield fixtures. It runs on the inside of the turf one and measures in at just under a mile and a quarter round.
It’s predominantly flat although there is a slight hill and a downturn just as you head into the straight. This course is also a Polytrack surface which was last relaid in October 2012 - as such it has a footing similar to grass, but with reduced slippage.
Flat Racing (Turf) at Lingfield Park Racecourse
The flat turf course is left-handed, sharp and is around a mile and a half in length - making it one of the longest in UK racing right now. It also features the slight hill that then forms a downhill turn into the straight, so tends to favour those with plenty of balance.
Alongside this, speed and stamina is also key with its seven furlong straight - a feature that has led to some memorable Lingfield racing results.
Jump Racing at Lingfield Park Racecourse
The jump course is a left-handed, undulating one which is known for getting very soft at times. It measures about a mile and four furlongs in length, although the winning post can vary in its location.
The back straight in particular is said to get quite challenging and boggy, particularly in winter, so stamina and toughness can really come into play. However, in better conditions the course can favour speedy and agile racers.