Jump racing takes place in this East Sussex village near Lewes and Brighton. One of the smaller tracks it is rather hilly and has a tightish left-handed circuit of just over a mile with an uphill finish.
Steeped in tradition, racing has taken place at Plumpton for over 200 years as the racecourse nestles below the South Downs. The course is adjacent to Plumpton railway station, served by occasional trains from London Victoria to Lewes. The first meeting was held in 1884.
Tight left-hand undulating oblong course with a run-in of about 200yds. There are seven fences and five hurdles per circuit.