answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

About 60 miles, but you can't travel there directly from St Pancras, you would have to change trains.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2010-10-19 11:35:26
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar
Study guides
๐Ÿ““
See all Study Guides
โœ๏ธ
Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the distance from St Pancras Station to Newbury Horse Racing Track?
Write your answer...
Submit
Related questions

What is the driving distance between Denton TX and Sam Houston Horse Racing Track?

The driving distance between Denton, TX and Sam Houston Horse Racing Track is about 274 miles. It takes about 4 hours to drive the distance.


In horse racing a distance of 220 yards is called a?

furlong..


What is the focus of the website GTPlantet?

GTPlanet is the world's largest online community dedicated to the Gran Turismo racing game series. This game series is for the Play Station, Play Station 2,Play Station 3, and Play Station Portable.


The Arabic people made up horse racing?

long distance


How has selective breeding used to improve the racing ability of a horses?

If you were to breed a long distance thoroughbred racehorse with short distance racehorse you might get a middle distance racehorse


A distance of 220 yards?

In horse racing, 220 yards is called a furlong.


How do you improve memory of racing pigeon?

Improving the memory of a racing pigeon takes practice. Start out with a short distance and slowly increase it. This will help to build memory.


What does the 500 stand for in the Indianapolis race 500?

The "500" means the racing distance, which is 500 miles.


Which sport usually involves riding bike over a long distance?

Triathlon, Iron Man, expedition racing.


What is involved when racing pigeons?

When racing pigeons, you need an electronic timer and specially trained pigeons. The task of the sport is to release the pigeons and they must return to their homes over a certain distance.


What is a distance racehorse called?

The term "Distance Racehorse" refers to a racehorse which has been specifically bred for the purpose of racing long distances. These horses possess plenty of stamina.


In distance racing how many miles is a 3000k?

A 3,000k race equates to about 1,864 miles.


How do you get the T T amulet in Diddy Kong racing DS?

u have 2 beat t.t the clock & unlock the space station


Where can you purchase a daily racing form in benton Arkansas?

bullocks shell station during live meet not sure if they handle in off season


What sports are horses used in?

Horse Racing, Harness Racing, Polo, Dressage, Horse jumping, Cross Country ( 3 day eventing). Showing horses in hand, Rodeo, Long Distance ( endurance ) riding.


Name the worst kind of shoe to wear in a maraton?

Anything that isn't a long distance training shoe. Unless you're Kenyan, in which case a distance racing shoe might be acceptable.


Which horse racing track is the longest in distance?

In the US, the Belmont dirt track is the longeset at 1 1/2 miles.


What is one and a quarter mile called?

Racing horses? It's also called 12 furlongs, and is a common race distance.


What is the distance in road miles between Leeds UK and Spa Francorchamps racing circuit in Belgium?

The driving distance from Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK to Spa Francorchamps, Belgium is about 510 miles.


How many furlongs is the typical horse?

A "furlong" is a distance measurement, like a mile. It is used as a measurement of distance in horse racing (eg. the lead changed in the final furlong), not in measuring actual horses.


What is Jump racing?

Jump racing in Britain is formally known as National Hunt Racing. It is a type of racing where horses have to run around a course and jump over obstacles called fences and hurdles. The most famous National Hunt race is the Grand National which includes 30 fences and is run over a distance of 4 1/2 miles. This is the longest National Hunt race in Britain.


Where do you find the drumsticks on Lego universe nimbus station?

Go to the racing place in nimbus and go to one of the vendors i think the food one and buy drumsticks


Can a horse beat a car racing a very short distance?

i really think a horse can beat a car for about 20 feet on take off


What stats is Horse Racing based on?

The weight, jockey, owner, trainer, type and distance of the race, ground conditions and most importantly, form.


What is the highest sound ever recorded?

We have very loud competitions in "dB Drag Racing", but this is usually not recorded. There you can learn how loud that is. Measuring of sound pressure levels have to do with distance. The closer you are, the louder it is. Scroll down to related links and look at "dB Drag Racing".