Perfectly situated between Manchester and Liverpool, Haydock Park acts as one of the most accessible racecourses in the North. Avenues lined with trees and nestled into quaint woodland, the course simultaneously is a picturesque place of beauty and a competitive bay of energy and enthusiasm.
Today the course is home to some of the most renowned racing events in the country, including the Grand National Trial, The Temple Stakes and the Old Newton Cup, whilst the tail end of the year sees the Lancashire Oaks, the Sprint Cup and the Betfair Chase.
Visitors will have a choice of four grandstands, 33 private viewing suites and a multitude of restaurants and bars complete with outstanding conference facilities.
Haydock Park is located just one mile from junction 23 of the M6.
The nearest train station to Haydock Park Racecourse is Newton-le-Willows, available on trains running from Manchester Piccadilly, Victoria and Oxford Road to Liverpool Lime Street. On the main London to Glagow line the nearest stations are Warrington Bank Quay and Wigan North Western which are both approximately 8 miles from the racecourse.
• Visitors can travel to the racecourse by bus using the following services. The 620 (St Helens to Hindley Green via Ashton and Haydock) and the 320 (St Helens to Wigan via Ashton and Haydock).
• Liverpool Bus Service: A 'Peoplesbus' Bus Service (the 520) will be running from Liverpool City Centre to Haydock Park on every Saturday raceday from January 2017. The bus service will use the pick up stop on St Johns Lane (next to St Johns Gardens/St Georges Hall) and the bus stop opposite the Showcase Cinema on the East Lancashire Road in Croxteth - Haydock bound, near the petrol station.