Location of Park Farms Racing

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Park Farms Racing, the base of racehorse trainer Martin Todhunter, is  located at Orton in Cumbria. Its location just 2 miles from junction 38 on the M6 and 47 miles from Scotch Corner making it ideally situated for easy access to the Northern, Yorkshire, Scottish and Midlands racecourses.

You will find us at The Park, Orton, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 3SD. Further details and direction can be found on the following map.


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