Goodwood is England’s greatest sporting estate, its heritage shaped by the passions of the Dukes of Richmond.

Eleven generations have shaped Goodwood’s sporting heritage: horseracing, motorsport, golf, flying, shooting and cricket have all been introduced by enthusiastic family members who shared in a love of sport with guests and friends.

The current Duke of Richmond has put Goodwood firmly on the international calendar by creating three of the world’s biggest sporting events: the Festival of Speed, the Qatar Goodwood Festival and Goodwood Revival. Always balancing an innovative spirit with an appreciation for tradition, Goodwood is renowned as the home of exceptional experiences and one of the greatest centres of sport and entertainment across the world.

In addition to its thrilling motorsport and horseracing events, the 12,000-acre estate also includes an organic farm, four restaurants, two 18-hole golf courses, a culture park, a private members’ club, an aerodrome, a motor circuit, a health club, a lovely country hotel and a 10-bedroom sporting lodge. The Goodwood Estate has 20,000 global members and welcomes more than 1 million visitors each year.