Argentine horse racing
There are a lot of races in Argentina, although it is not regularly broadcast outside the country. You can find races through a number of bookmakers online, with the main venue being the Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo, which hosts the National Derby, known as the Gran Premio Nacional.
Canadian horse racing
Most famous for the races at Woodbine, the races in Canada and North America go hand in hand. Storing its own three-crown version, it has some of the best qualities of the race outside of Europe.
Horse racing in the Czech Republic
Although the Czech Republic is not famous for horse racing, it hosts one of the largest National Hunt races on the international racing calendar. Velka Pardubicka takes place over 4m 2f and many types of fences. The unique, challenging nature means it deserves a spot on any National Hunt fan’s group roster.
German horse racing
Hosting seven Group 1 races per calendar year, Germany is home to some of the world’s best riders. The list of honors includes Andrasch Stark, 2011 winners of Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 2012.
The season runs from April to November, with Group 1 competitions mainly taking place in July, August, and September on 10 to 12 teams.
Indian horse racing
With nine locations and quite a few followers nationwide, horse racing in India has been going on for over two hundred years. Hosted to five classic races, including the Indian Derby, it can often be found on specialized online bookmakers in UK and Ireland mornings.
Japanese horse racing
With more than 21,000 races each year, Japanese racing is very popular. With ten primary races hosting races for significant awards, the Japan Cup is perhaps the most prestigious of its kind. In an International Invitational race, three British trained horses had won the competition earlier.
Scandinavian horse racing
Unlike in most other territories, racing in Scandinavia (and Finland) is a harness racing, also known as “trottin”. It is organized just like purebred racing in the rest of the world, although the number of attendees does not match the popularity of betting.