Eating & Drinking

Barbury is a location where hot food and snacking are essential. Our mid-winter events start mid-morning so a Barbury brunch, formal or informal, fits the order of the day without interrupting the racing. 

The Barbury Buttery offers you a range of premium street food to eat on the hoof. Our carefully selected concessions offer you the best of hot food from Wiltshire and surrounding counties, so you can know the provenance of your food. Enjoy Hog Roast from Martin Lowman or the Wye Valley Hog Roast, or Pizza in the Park, washed down with a selection of freshly brewed coffees from the Coffee Gondola.

There's also draught beers, wines and soft drinks from our licensed bar, including Fullers London Pride, sponsors of the racecourse. 

Next Event

When?

Sunday April 8th - Tedworth

 

Where?

Barbury, 3m N of Marlborough, off A346, Jn 15 M4

 

Latest News

20-04-2018 12:00:00 in General by Admin
Title to the Dubarry Leading Trainer Award for Barbury was shared as the presentations were made at Sunday's Tedworth Point-to-Point Races. Joint winners Tim Underwood and Phil Rowley enjoyed success at different times of the season, but were able to each pick up a voucher to spend with the sponsor worth £500. Underwood, picking up the prize for the second year in succession, enjoyed a doub...

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11-04-2018 12:00:00 in General by Admin
LOTUS Pond once more repaid his connections' faith with a convincing victory in the JM Finn & Co Mixed Open for the Tedworth Gold Cup at the Tedworth Hunt meeting at Barbury Racecourse, near Marlborough, writes Russell Smith. The ten-year-old gelding, trained by Mickey Bowen at Haverfordwest, has had tendon trouble in the past. But here he added to a course and distance success and a win at ...

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03-04-2018 15:45:12 in General by Admin
A COMPETITIVE entry has been received for the JM Finn & Co Mixed Open for the Tedworth Gold Cup at Barbury Racecourse, near Marlborough, on Sunday, writes Russell Smith. Lotus Pond, from Mickey Bowen's Haverfordwest yard, won a veterans' race over this course and distance at the International meeting in January, beating Templebraden by six lengths, and the pair could renew rivalry in the feat...

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22-03-2018 21:38:03 in General by Admin
 Barbury runners acquitted themselves with great distinction at this year’s Festival, stamping the racecourse as a proving ground for top flight Point-to-Point candidates.  The St James’s Place Foxhunter proved its worth once again as a vintage race for the amateur Corinthians that comprise the grass roots of the sport and a favourite for Pointing fans who make the race thei...

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