[ UK /ɹˈeɪskɔːs/ ]
- a course over which races are run
How To Use racecourse In A Sentence
- Thus far, there have been eight, and two will be making their racecourse debuts this summer. Times, Sunday Times
- The team will travel to Naas racecourse for a race meeting and dinner.
- There were few helicopters over the racecourse yesterday. Times, Sunday Times
- Forget the road congestion, it's the traffic jams inside the racecourse enclosures which will occupy the team bringing this magnificent spectacle to York.
- They want decent meals and I am insisting that the food in the staff canteen should be the same as in the racecourse self-service restaurant.
- About 600 guests flocked to the Knavesmire Stand at York Racecourse for the glittering event with live bands, discos, food, casinos and prize competitions.
- He's a big horse who has worked nicely and went well in a racecourse gallop. The Sun
- My parents stayed over for two months in support in their large camper van, parked at the racecourse. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori
- By now, Miller was as well known around racecourses and training stables as on cricket fields.
- The stunning edifice and focal parade ring spoke of a new era in racecourse facilities. Times, Sunday Times