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Musselburgh All Weather Project Progress

All-weather racing code followers will likely be aware various racecourses are eyeing up the benefits associated with AW racing surfaces, such as the Southwell fibresand or the Lingfield polytrack. Many racehorse trainers have caught on - all weather gallops are appearing more and more at training stables.

Musselburgh intend to install a floodlit all-weather track, alongside improvements to the East Lothian grade 1 turf racetrack and a new stable complex/stable yard (estimated total cost of £11 million).

The benefits of a floodlit AWT are numerous according to the people at Musselburgh racecourse. For further progress information on how the new all-weather track at Musselburgh is coming along, you can read their Musselburgh Racecourse Floodlit All Weather Track Project Summary.

The Musselburgh AW & General Racecourse Improvements Project

♠ Floodlit all-weather track (AWT). Construction of a floodlit AWT to enable Musselburgh Racecourse and Scotland to host up to 60 additional flat racing racedays between September and March inclusive.

♠ New turf track layout. Alongside the AWT the layout of Musselburgh’s existing turf track would be improved at every point to enable Musselburgh to stage top quality racing. The new turf track would be safer for all participants.

♠ New Stable Complex. Construction of new stable yard to accommodate more horses to a higher standard as per the Jockey Club guidelines & improved stable staff facilities.

♠ Total Estimated Cost £11,000,000

Posted at 22:30, Tuesday, 1 May 2007 by the Sandracer

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the prize money is very very poor that's why there is so much fiddling going on

Comment Posted By Anonymous Anonymous - 9 January 2012 at 13:26 

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