Top 10 most famous horse racing courses in the world (Part 1)

Horse racing is a long-standing sport and entertainment in many countries like England and America … In England, horse racing attracts the audience just after football. Each year, an estimated $ 100 billion is poured into sports betting activities.

Santa Anita Race Course (USA):

Built in the US city of Arcadia in 1924, Dubbed as the most splendid and modern race track in the world with a track of 1.6 km long and accommodating over 26,000 seats.

Not only the racetrack, the Santa Anita is also a park complex, a 1.3-hectare amusement park and picnic area right inside the track.

Aintree Racecourse (England):

Built in 1829 in the port city of Liverpool, England, Aintree is one of the oldest racecourse in the world with a life of nearly 200 years. The track owns 6 racetracks, the longest track is 6 km.

Aintree complex also owns a large racing track, a golf course, entertainment facilities such as squares, restaurants, theaters, spas with a total area of ​​up to 3 hectares. Photo: festivalsofracing.com.

Flemington (Australia) Race Course:

Built in 1840 in Melbourne city, Flemington Racecourse is the most modern race track in Oceania and has a record capacity of up to 120,000 seats. The track has a total of 6 racetracks and the longest track up to 3.2 km. This past March, the racetrack just built a new spectator area with a budget of 128 million USD.

Epsom Downs Race Course (England):

Epsom Downs was built in 1661, with nearly 400 years of age, this is one of the first horse racing schools in Europe and around the world.

With a capacity of about 160.00 spectators, the racetrack has the longest track of 2.4 km. Like many other British races, Epsom Downs also owns restaurants, golf courses and other expensive facilities.

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