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Horse Racing is a tradition that began thousands of years ago. Whether you’re a fan of thoroughbred events or Grade 1 races, there are some exciting races scheduled for this coming season. Don’t miss out, book your horse racing tickets online so you can be there in person to watch it live.
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Horse Racing - The Sport of Kings
Horse racing is an ancient sport that dates back thousands of years to when the first horses were domesticated. Since its origins, horse racing has commonly been popular as the sport of kings. Royalty and aristocrats would hone their skills and breed top performing horses for competitive events.
The horse racing events of the past often reflected skills used in combat or hunting situations. While some of these traditions have been preserved for special events today, the more common horse racing events include:
Flat Racing - Horses and jockeys compete by riding between two points around a straight or oval track.
Jump Racing - Also known as Steeplechasing or National Hunt Racing (in U.K. and Ireland) involves obstacle races.
Endurance Racing - Horses are raced over extreme distances that range between 25 to 100 miles.
Harness Racing - Horses trot or pace while pulling a driver in a cart called a sulky.
The Kentucky Derby, also known as the Run for the Roses, is America’s biggest racing event of the year. This annual derby has been held for nearly 150 years and is an American tradition to watch top-tier horses at the Churchhill downs.
Depending on your budget, horse racing tickets for the Kentucky derby should be bought in advance. Many of the cheaper tickets for the Derby Experiences sell out fast and prices for Kentucky Derby day tend to start at $279 per person and go up to thousands of dollars or more.
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The Royal Ascot is a racecourse in Berkshire, England. It is used for Group 1 thoroughbred horse racing and features 26 days of racing throughout the year. The most prestigious races at the Royal Ascot include:
The Royal Meeting - June
The Gold Cup - June
The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes - July
Throughout the winter season, jump racing events are held at the Royal Ascot. The racecourse is also home to the Royal Ascot Cricket Club, founded in 1883.
Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
The Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, popularly referred to as “the Arc,” is a Group 1 flat horse race held annually in France. It is run at Longchamp Racecourse and open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
Since 2003, the slogan for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe has been: “Ce n’est pas une course, c’est un monument!” “It’s not a race, it’s a monument!”