to 12:00

Racing yards open

The trainers opening their yards for this years Malton Open Day include John Quinn, Richard Fahey and Julie Camacho. To find out more information about all of the trainers opening their gates visit the Open Yards page.

Please note, there are no shuttle buses running this year. All postcodes for each of the parking facilities are available on the Open Yards page.

to 14:00

Visit Jack Berry House

The Injured Jockeys Fund’s Northern state-of-the-art rehabilitation and fitness centre was established to assist the overall fitness and well-being of jockeys and with specialist equipment to aid recovery from injury. Facilities include a fully equipped gym for fitness and rehabilitation, a hydrotherapy pool and four respite rooms.

Visit the state-of-the-art facility and see how they keep racing’s athletes in the saddle. Find the location here.

to 13:00

Head on to York Racecourse

Once the yards close at 12:00, head on to York Racecourse‘s YorkMix Family Sunday to enjoy all of the activities planned including children’s entertainment and the opportunity to see behind-the-scenes.

to 18:00

YorkMix Family Sunday – York Racecourse

This year, Malton Open Day has linked with York Racecourse to give those attending Malton Open Day the opportunity to purchase reduced entry tickets to the YorkMix Family Sunday.

Gates open at 11.15

Why not pick out some yards on your way to Malton, get up close with them throughout the morning, follow their journey to the racecourse at York, watch them show off in the parade ring, and cheer them home on the turf? Let the journey of Malton Open Day lead you to the racecourse and enjoy a reduced ticket price to combine both Malton Open Day and York Racecourse.

to 18:00

YorkMix Family Sunday – York Racecourse

The first race takes place at 13.45

to 18:00

YorkMix Family Sunday – York Racecourse

Last race takes place at York Racecourse