Hawkesbury Racecourse Tips & Latest News

The Hawkesbury Racecourse is a key resource for the provincial circuit of New South Wales and hosts around twenty five meetings a year.

With one of the more infamous camera angles on the Australian racing circuit and located only around an hour's drive from the Sydney CBD, Hawkesbury gets strong fields as it is very accesible for many of the city, provincial and country trainers in the state.

Hawkesbury Racecourse History

With a backdrop of the marvellous Blue Mountains, racing dates all the way back to 1871 at the Hawkesbury Racecourse.

Hawkesbury is one of Australia's oldest settlements and has a near 65.000 strong local population in the Hawkesbury area which includes many local trainers and horses.

The Hawkesbury Gold Cup is the feature meeting and along with this mile race being worth $200,000, it also holds group three status with the Hawkesbury Guineas and Gold Hawkesbury Rush other main races to be run on that Saturday meeting in late April every year.

Despite it being somewhat controversial with punter, Hawkesbury Racecourse is a mostly fair circuit where runners can figure from most positions.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Bookie Promotions

Hawkesbury betting markets generally arrive a day or two out from a country program.

Online wagering companies deliver Hawkesbury bookmaker offers, so keep an eye out in the lead up to the meetings for what bonus bet and money back specials are on offer.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Free Bets

Due to Australian regulations bookmakers are no longer allowed to offer free bets to prospective or existing customers.

However, bookmakers do still offer money back specials which essentially amount to free bets if successful so check with your bookie to see if they are delivering Hawkesbury free bets.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Fixtures

Hawkesbury racing fixtures are released prior to the new season.

You can view any upcoming Hawkesbury meetings by either visiting the Hawkesbury Race Club website or the Racing NSW platform.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Results

The Racing NSW website provide all results, replays and trial information for New South Wales races, which includes Hawkesbury.

Their website allows users to search by the meeting or even by the horse, where you can type in the runner you're looking for any replay on.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Bet Of The Day

Our experts watch and analyse races at Hawkesbury to deliver the best bets of each and every card.

You can expect to see our Hawkesbury tips and previews the day prior to a provincial or major meeting there.

Hawkesbury Racecourse Social News

The official Hawkesbury Social Media channels are:

Hawkesbury FAQ

How many meetings are held at Hawkesbury?

Hawkesbury hosts around 25 meetings per year.

These are mainly provincial meetings with a few feature programs as well.

How to get to the Hawkesbury Racecourse?

TRAIN: Clarendon Railway Station, on the Western Line. Plan your journey using the Cityrail Timetable which can be found at www.sydneytrains.info

CAR: Drive via Racecourse Road which is off Blacktown Road or Hawkesbury Valley Way depending on which direction you enter from. Plenty of car parking available.

When is the 2020 Hawkesbury Gold Cup?

The 2020 Group Three Hawkesbury Gold Cup will be run on Saturday, April 25.

This race is worth $200,000.

Who won the 2019 Hawkesbury Gold Cup?

Archedemus won the 2019 Hawkesbury Gold Cup.

He won this race prior to winning the Doomben Cup in Brisbane.

How to bet on Hawkesbury?

To place a bet on the Hawkesbury races you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.

Generally, corporate bookies open betting markets a day or two prior to a provincial meeting at Hawkesbury and longer for feature programs.