Towcester Racecourse held its first horse race nearly one hundred years ago but is now about to embark on a new era.
The Northamptonshire course has invested nearly £2 million in a new track which for the first time puts horse racing and greyhound racing on the same site.
"It's certainly a proud moment in Towcester's history, it's been a long time coming but we're finally here this has probably been in inception for about four and a half years now but it's great to finally see greyhounds at the track."
It's the first time a horse racing course has expanded into greyhound racing and it's the first time a greyhound racing track has been built in the UK for 19 years.
Towcester says its aim is to make it the Ascot of the greyhound racing world.
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The first greyhound race meeting will take place on Saturday 6 December making history and marking a new era for the Northamptonshire.