Meydan Racecourse (UAE)
Considered as a small city located in the most luxurious city on the planet Dubai, it is easy to understand why this racecourse ranks 5th in the list.
According to CNN, this racecourse complex built in 2010 has a total budget of over $ 1 billion with a capacity of up to 60,000 seats including a full range of hotel services, resorts, museums, restaurants and Of course, all are 5 stars.
Epsom Downs race track (UK)
Epsom Downs was built in 1661, with nearly 400 years of age, this is one of the first horse racing in Europe and in the world.
With a capacity of about 160.00 spectators, the racetrack has the longest 2.4 km race track. Like many racetrack in the UK, Epsom Downs also owns a chain of restaurants, golf courses and other expensive facilities.
Longchamp Racecourse (France)
This 57-hectare track track was put into operation in 1857 in the capital Paris, France. The racetrack accommodates more than 50,000 people who hosted Emperor Napoleon III more than 150 years ago. In April 2018, Longchamp has just completed the upgrade process worth more than $ 155 million.
Ascot Racetrack (UK)
In England, horse racecourse is often said to be the gathering place of nobility and the rich, Ascot is the place where Royal members of England often frequented. This track is the only track allowed to name the track after the names of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
This racetrack is also a favorite destination for betting people in Europe, estimated total weekly bet in Ascot is approximately 5 million pounds (about 148 billion).
Churchill Downs racetrack (USA)
Built in 1875 in the city of Louisville, Churchill Downs holds the record for the largest audience event, more than 170,000 people in 2015. The racetrack has a total area of 59 hectares, with full facilities such as restaurants, theaters, shopping centers.