Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium
Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium played host to the first ever greyhound race in England on July 24, 1926. More than 1,700 people watched the 440 yard race which was won by a greyhound named Mistley.
Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium has a luxurious glass fronted grandstand and a four hundred seat restaurant, six licensed bars including a sports bar incorporating 21 televisions and two large screen projectors.
Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium remains the property of the Greyhound Racing Association (GRA), one of the largest dog track operators in England.
Facility Capacity: 4,100
- Circumference: 395 meters
- Course: 237, 465, 465H, 647, 875 meters
- Run To First Bend: 103 meters
- Hare Type: Outside Swaffham
Major Open Events
- The Strongbow Cider Gorton Cup (March)
- The Dransfield Stayers (March)
- The Belle Vue Bookmakers Northern Oaks
- The Benholmes Northern Flat
- The Wafcol Cock O' The North
- The Carling Manchester Puppy Cup
- The Carling Stayers Grand
- The William Hill Laurels
Getting to Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium
Belle Vue Dog Racing Stadium is located at Kirkmanshulme Lane, Gorton, Manchester, England.