Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine

JERSEY RACE CLUB RACE DATES 2024

 
Sunday 12 May – The Season Opener – First race 2:30pm
Sunday 2 June – The Jersey Guineas – First race 2:30pm
Friday 14 June – The Warwick Vase – First race 6:30pm
Friday 28 June – Mid-Summer Evening Meeting – First race 6:30pm
Friday 12 July – The July Meeting – First race 6:30pm
Sunday 28 July – Jersey Derby – First race 2:30pm
Sunday 11h August – Ladies Day – First race 2:30pm
Monday 26 August – The Clarendon – First race 2:30pm
Sunday 8 September – Champions Day – First Race 2:30pm

These dates have been agreed by the CIHA but are still subject to The Bailiff’s permission.

2024 Membership
Memberships for the 2024 season are now on sale at a fee of £250 for full membership or £160 for single membership. If paid by 31st December 2023 these are reduced to £225 and £145.
For a Membership Form please contact the Secretary at secretary@jerseyraceclub.com or go to the website www.jerseyraceclub.com

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