From snowy ranges, beaches, lakes to five-star hotels, these 10 racecourses are known to be the most stunning places in the country.
Born in ancient Rome, the first mode of racing is harness racing. Today, horse racing has grown around the world. The horse racing industry is booming, too.
Located in a cluster of five-star hotels, restaurants and museums in Dubai, the Meydan Racecourse is ranked among the most stunning horse racing in the world.
St. Moritz, Switzerland
St. Moritz, Switzerland is renowned for its skiing and is also a world-class horse racing festival. This is where the annual White Turf horse race takes place, lasting three days.
Flemington is the oldest racing route in Australia and hosts the Melbourne Cup as well. It began to be used in 1840, when Melbourne was just five years old.
Piazza del Campo, Italy
The Piazza del Campo racecourse has been around since the Middle Ages. There’s no racetrack like this location because it’s built in such a manner that the whole track circles the audience’s spot.
The name Ascot reminded tourists of the luxury, sophistication and luxury of the royal family. This race course has been opened by Queen Anne since 1711. It is also the location of the annual Royal Ascot-one of the most significant events in the United Kingdom.
Attractive and timeless, the Chantilly Racecourse is situated in front of the quaint 16th-century castle and Chateau de Chantilly and the Great Stables stables in the forest north of Paris.
Laytown is the only official beach horse race track in Europe. This 150-year-old race track on the Irish coast draws more than 5,000 visitors a year.
Goodwood is one of the biggest horse races in the United Kingdom. It’s settled in the countryside of Sussex. It has been a race since 1802 and is also the location of the famed Glorious Goodwood event.