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Ayr Races

Ayr Horse Races
Ayr racecourse is arguably the home of horse racing in Scotland with courses for both National Hunt (jumps and hurdles) and Flat racing.

Ayr is also home to 2 of the most prestigious races, 1 in either code of racing, with the Scottish Grand National taking place in April and the Ayr Gold Cup taking place in September.

Watching races from Ayr has never been simpler via our Ayr races live stream partners.

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All of these bookies offer live Ayr races streaming, choose your favourite or simply the bookie requiring the lowest stake (the bet you need to place to watch live horse racing via the bookmaker).

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Ayr Races Live

Due to hosting both jump and flat racing, Ayr hosts great action all year round, from major to smaller meetings, and the great news for fans is that you can watch all of the races live via GGTV.

The seaside town of Ayr, on the West Coast of Scotland and around 45 minutes from Glasgow, can trace its racing roots back to 1576 with the first official meeting taking place in 1771.

The current race course in the Cragie area of town was built in 1907 and based on the English course of Newbury.

Our Ayr racing live streaming partners bring you each and every race live from Ayr so make sure you miss non of the action by registering with one of these live streaming services and watch Ayr horse racing live.

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All of the live horse racing streams featured on GGTV are 100% legal and 100% safe. Many websites feature illegal streams that simply steal the content direct from the likes of At The Races and Racing UK and whilst there may be a small cost to watch the races via legal streams (but let’s face it you are likely to be betting on the action anyway!) you can be sure that there are no computer viruses and/or other nasty’s infecting your computer/phone/tablet when watching.

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The streams that we feature here on GGTV are offered by bookmakers who have paid for the rights to bring you live horse racing action, so you can watch races that you have bet on.

What Can You Watch?

Different bookies have different services with some only focusing on the UK and Ireland whilst some bring you the action from all around the world. If you are after a specific race, please visit our preview section or for all races from a specific track, check out our track guides.

You can also click on the bookies in the table above for all the info you need.

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Watching racing from Ayr has never been easier with every race, including the Scottish Grand National, available to watch live online.

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Horse racing in Ayr goes back all of the way to 1576 when it was an ad-hoc spectacle for locals, with organised racing starting up ion 1771.

The current racecourse can date racing back to 1907 and since then it has continued to grow in terms of prestige and in the quality of racing offered to make it arguably the premier racecourse in Scotland.

Originally the course offered flat racing only but in 1950 a jump course was installed to allow the Ayr to offer a mix of both flat and National Hunt racing.

In 1966 and following the closure of Bogside racecourse, the Scottish Grand National moved to Ayr and that help to set up the course as the standout track in Scotland and one of the courses to watch for fans across the UK and Ireland and even further afield.

No matter if you prefer flat, hurdle of jump racing, there is lots on offer at the course and lots of variety in each 3 types of racing.

If flat racing is your favourite, races are offered over the following distances: 4 furlongs, 6 furlongs, 7 furlongs and 50 yards, 1 mile, 1 mile 1 furlong and 20 yards, 10 furlongs, 1 mile 5 furlongs and 13 yards, 1 mile 7 furlongs and 2 miles 1 furlong and 105 yards.

The flat track is a left-handed oval of 12 furlongs with a half mile run in whilst a 6 furlongs chute joins the main straight. The course is relatively flat although it does undulate down the home straight.

If hurdle racing is your favourite, Ayr offers races over 2 miles, 2 miles 4 furlongs, 2 miles 6 furlongs, 3 miles 110 yards, 3 miles 2 furlongs and 110 yards and 3 miles 3 furlongs and 110 yards.

If you prefer steeplechase racing, you can watch races run over 2 miles, 2 miles 4 furlongs, 2 miles 5 furlongs and 110 yards, 3 miles 1 furlong, 3 miles 2 furlongs and 110 yards, 3 miles 3 furlongs and 110 yards and 3 miles 5 furlongs.

The Scottish Grand National is run over 4 miles and 110 yards.

The jumps course is also left-handed with a 1.5 mile courses of 9 fences. It features a short downhill before the home straight with a slight climb to the finish.

As you would expect form a course with so much history and prestige, there are a number of notable races that have developed at the course and that stand out over and above the other races to make them simply must watch races.

These include the steeplechase race of the Scottish Grand National (a grade 3 race run over 4 miles and 110 yards) and the Future Champions Novices Chase (a grade 2 race runover 2 miles and 4 furlongs).

The biggest hurdle race at the course is the Scottish Champion Hurdle (a grade 2 race run over 2 miles).

The course offers a wide range of stand out flat races including the Rothesay Stakes (a listed race run over 1 mile and 2 furlongs), the Land O’Burns Fillies Stakes (a listed race run over 5 furlongs), the Harry Rosebery Stakes (a listed race run over 5 furlongs), the Arran Scottish Fillies Sprints Stakes (a listed race run over 5 furlongs and 110 yards), the Doonsdie Cup (a listed race run over 1 mile and 2 furlongs), the Firth of Clyde Stakes (a group 3 race run over 6 furlongs) and the Ayr Gold Cup (a handicap race run over 6 furlongs).

No matter if you are wanting to watch one of those great races above or any other flat, hurdle or steeplechase race run at Ayr, the great news is that it has never been easier.

No longer do you need to be at the course in person or make the long trip to town to visit your nearest bookie in the hopes that they are showing the action.

You can now watch each and every race live from Ayr via the live streaming services of online bookmakers shown on this page.
No matter if you want to watch live on your phone, laptop, tablet or computer, you can.

Whilst there is a wagering requirement that needs to be met to be able to watch the action live, the chances are that if you are looking for an Ayr races live stream, you are also interested in betting on the action, so why not choose one of the great bookies featured on this page who allow you to watch along to the races you have bet on?

Choose Where To Watch Racing From Ayr

All of these bookies offer live Ayr races streaming, choose your favourite or simply the bookie requiring the lowest stake (the bet you need to place to watch live horse racing via the bookmaker).

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