All horse racing fixtures in Wales will continue behind closed doors under review with stringent safety measures in place until further notice. Unfortunately owners will not be permitted to attend meetings for which they have a runner at. Visit the news section for the latest information.
Ffos Las Racecourse became the first new National Hunt racecourse to be built in the United Kingdom for 80 years and is Wales’s third racecourse along with Chepstow and Bangor-On-Dee. Today, the track is dual purpose and stages Flat meetings throughout the summer months, with National Hunt meetings taking place for the rest of the year.
In 2018, Ffos Las was bought by Arena Racing Company (ARC) from the founder, Dai Walters. Throughout the short space of time that Ffos Las has been open, there have been numerous success stories through the gates, none more so than in 2011 when the prolific Sprinter Sacre burst onto the scenes winning his first Novice Hurdle under top jockey Barry Geraghty.