Race Courses Of The World
We feature a comprehensive list of the most famous horse racing courses
throughout the world. These include renowned tracks in America that host days
like the Triple Crown races or the Breeders' Cup series. We have complete
information about racetracks like
Churchill Downs, Pimlico, and Belmont Park.
If you want to find out more about courses around the world then be sure to check out our international race track page, our page devoted to the top courses in the UK, and an exclusive page that caters to Australian horse racing courses.
Our definitive list of horse racing courses in the United Kingdom features
both flat and jump venues. If you need to contact someone at Aintree in order to
score early tickets to the Grand National, or perhaps you merely want the
telephone number at Ascot in order to confirm your place at next year's Royal
Ascot Festival you will be able to do it with a click or two of your mouse.
Whereas some countries have opted for fairly uniform oval tracks the topography
of British horse racing remains rather distinct ranging from the straightforward
Rowley Mile at Newmarket to the bone-jarring undulations of the hilly
In recent years the Sport of Kings has truly gone global. From the World Cup night at Nad Al Sheba to the greatest turf race of them all at Longchamp it is a safe bet that numerous countries will be represented as jockeys and trainers from South Africa and South America compete against horses from Hong Kong and Japan in a European setting. So if you want to
know who to call to get a box seat at Greyville in South Africa or the
directions to Kranji racetrack in Singapore, we aim to help out.
Finally we have also covered Australian horse racing and the most celebrated
tracks in that country. Australia has 364 race courses and while our list is
somewhat expurgated it does feature all the household names like Randwick,
Caulfield and Flemington.
Below you will find links to the top race tracks: