SALISBURY Racecourse will stage a total of 15 fixtures next year, kicking off over the May Bank Holiday weekend with the now traditional family fun day meeting.
The Netherhampton track's 2012 season closed earlier this week - jockey William Buick enjoying a hat-trick of victories on an entertaining final day.
Racecourse chairman Jeff Smith, writing in Monday's racecard, confirmed the 2013 dates, which are effectively, the same as this year's.
Reflecting on the summer's activities, Mr Smith said: "The last five months seem to have flown by and despite the unfortunate loss of a fixture in mid-July, it has been a perfectly good season for us.
"Salisbury Racecourse is in good shape and will continue with its principles of maintaining and improving where possible, the quality of the racing and the track surface, ensuring prize money levels keep Salisbury as one of the leading smaller racecourses."
"Racing returns to Salisbury on Sunday, May 5 - more information will appear on the website www.salisburyracecourse.co.uk in the coming weeks and months."
Richard Hannon again closed the season as top Salisbury trainer.
Shamaal Nibras' victory on Monday was the Marlborough trainer's 14th at the venue in 2012.
His son in law, Richard Hughes, who notched seven wins at Windsor on Monday, had already secured the top jockey's crown again - also registering 14 victories.
Salisbury's 2013 fixtures
Thursday 23 (evening)
Sunday 16 (Fathers Day)
Saturday 13 (evening)
Saturday 27 (evening)
Friday 30 (evening)
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