Carlisle Racecourse Betting Odds & Racecards

Carlisle Racecourse is one of the racing jewels of the north, with this Cumbrian race track being owned by Jockey Club Racecourses and there’s a mixture of Flat horse racing and National Hunt racing that can be enjoyed throughout the season.

The action is screened on Racing TV in the UK, although many bookmakers have a Bet and Watch system in place so that you can bet on the Carlisle races and get free live streaming of the race you want to watch.

Carlisle Racecourse has been hosting horse racing since 1904, with the actual course spanning one mile and four furlongs, with flat racing taking place during the summer months before National Hunt takes centre stage in the autumn and winter months.

What are the Big Carlisle Racecourse Races?

The Carlisle racecards are packed with high-profile horse races over the years and that includes the Carlisle Bell which originally saw the winners claim a bell as part of the overall prize. That Carlisle Bell is now on display at the racecourse and there are lots of racegoers that like attending Carlisle races on a summer’s day and betting on the outcome.

The Carlisle Bell was first contested in 1599 and the bells that are awarded are thought to be the oldest racing prize in Britain, with the distance being seven furlongs. You will see this race feature on the same Carlisle race card as the Cumberland Plate which is another big race where Carlisle racecourse odds are popular.

Another listed horse race is the Eternal Stakes which takes place at Carlisle in June, with this being a race open to fillies aged three. It’s a dash over six furlongs and you can see the latest Carlisle betting odds for this race and the other ones on the card before deciding which way to bet.