Coach 72 Seater
For massive groups of 72 people, a 72-coach seater is perfect for you. The main advantage of hiring this vehicle is the expense cost savings because the rate is usually less expensive when many people travel together. You can choose from the standard or executive luxury coach.
Coach 72 Seater coach hire for Chester races
According to official records, Chester Racecourse (the Roodee) is the oldest racecourse that is still being used in England. Chester's horse racing dates back to the early 16th century.
Chester's season starts with the first May Festival (over 3 days) on Wed, 9 May. Famous for its electric atmosphere, stylish crowd and thrilling racing schedule, the May Festival has been a favourite of many racegoers. It attracts crowds of passionate racing fans as well as those wanting to up the style stakes. Many racegoers flock from all over the nation to witness history unfolding before their eyes across the three-day event. The position of the racecourse in the city is one of the factors that make race meetings at Chester popular as it's only a short stroll to restaurants, shopping, bars and hotel.In 2018, the Boodles May Festival will officially kick off on Wed, 9 May, called the City Day. On this day the centrepiece will be the hundredth running of the Chester Vase.
The Chester Vase is graded as Group 3 flat horse race open to 3-year-old geldings and colts. It's run across a distance of 63 yards, 4 furlongs and 1 mile. It will be supported by the Cheshire Oaks, which is a Listed flat horse race open to 3-year-old fillies and run across a distance of 2,281 metres (75 yards), 3 furlongs and 1 mile.
The Chester Vase and Cheshire Oaks provide Oaks and Derby winners in Enable and Wings Of Eagles respectively in 2018.
Thursday, 10 May, Ladies Day, will see Dee Stakes and Ormonde as the main events. The Ormonde Stakes, graded as Group 3 flat horse race, is open to four-year-old horses or older. It's run across a distance of 2,692 metres (84 yards), 5 furlongs and 1 mile. The Dee Stakes, graded as a listed flat horse race, is open to 3-year-old geldings and colts; it's run across 2,076 metres (70 yards), 2 furlongs and 1 mile.
The Boodles May Festival final day (Friday, 11 May) will end with the exciting and highest profile race, which is the Chester Cup. The flat handicap horse race is opened to four-year-old horses or older. It's run across a distance of 3,749 metres (147 yards), 2 furlongs and 2 miles. It is the most important race of the 3-day festival: it will be supported by Huxley Stakes. That means the Chester Cup Day is going to command the biggest crowd of the 3 days plus a palpable atmosphere that will be breathtaking.
Huxley Stakes is graded as a Group 2 flat horse race and open to four-year-old horses and above. It's run across a distance of 2,076 metres (70 yards), 2 furlongs and 1 mile. book your 72 seater coach hire to Chester races