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 February 13th Vine & Craven - CANCELLED

Sunday April 10th Tedworth First Race 1.15pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where?

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

 

Latest News

19-01-2022 19:48:05 in General by Russell Smith
Emma Lavelle has enjoyed an excllentr start to 2022, continuing the resurgence of a yard with history of big winners over many generations. The Ogbourne Maizey yard has fired in 4 winners in the last 11 days, with plenty of near misses along the way too. Emma and partner Barry make a formidable and unassuming team to bring the glory days back to a yard well used to hosting top flight winners. A cr...

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18-12-2021 19:09:13 in General by Russell Smith
Ascot's pre-Christmas two day fixture has grown over the years in stature, but today's card was on a par with what we can expect at Kempton over Christmas - truly a superb range of races and highly competitive with it. In a way that only Ascot can achieve, it stages a very valuable card with seemingly no effort. You find yourself asking how they would approach the King George meeting  if they...

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14-12-2021 10:05:05 in General by Russell Smith
MARCLE Ridge gave trainer Lucy Smith a timely tonic with a gutsy display to record back-to-back wins in the Alan King Racing Mixed Open at the Barbury International Racing Club meeting on Sunday. The nine-year-old landed the feature race at Barbury Racecourse, near Marlborough, 12 months ago in impressive fashion when trained by Sam Jukes, who is now pursuing new ventures in Denmark. This time th...

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07-12-2021 16:04:23 in General by Russell Smith
MARCLE Ridge is reported to be in fine fettle as he bids to repeat last year's impressive win at the Barbury International Racing Club meeting at Barbury on Sunday, writes Russell Smith. The nine-year-old, trained then by Sam Jukes, produced a terrific front-running performance in the Alan King Racing Mixed Open under Hannah Lewis to storm home by 11 lengths from Tuff Nano with 2019 winner, The D...

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