Make sure you get there on time to secure a trackside spot to watch the unmissable famous Mascot Race at 1.00pm. Will Rowlf the Dog romp in first again this year or will Gully the
Seagull fly out in front? There are also heaps of free activities to enjoy all afternoon including bungee trampolines, face painting, Punch and Judy, a bouncy castle, land zorbs and colouring and crafts plus much more.
Throughout the day there will be seven thrilling races to watch and have a flutter on and children can see the horses and jockeys up close in the parade ring before and after each race.
There’s a wide range of food and drink available all day long, from hot dogs to a three-course meal in the fabulous Silks Restaurant or just coffee and cakes. What’s more, there’s a fantastic competition offering the chance to win a table for four at Silks Restaurant courtesy of Family Fun Day sponsor Deliveroo, visit the Family Fun Day page of the Brighton Racecourse website for full details.
Admission starts at just £11 per person when booked in advance and children under 18 can come completely free! Gates open at 12noon with the first race at 2.20pm and the last at 5.20pm.
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