One of the best racetracks in France,Must visit for the lovers of horse racing.Many meetings trough complete year.
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Outstandingly pretty race course even quaint with faux Normandy buildings. some staff speak English more than be said for UK tracks. Difficult system to bet you need a lesson in the multiple combinations available. Very relaxing. Great for families. Cheap entrance.
This is a pretty race course and there are facilities to help people understand racing, although they are focussed on French speakers. If you are English, the betting can be confusing and placing a bet on the PMU is not always straightforward. I was short...More
What a fantastic place to come to with the family! We did make the mistake of dressing up a little too formal as the majority of people wear in very relaxed clothing. After having had a bad experience in a restaurant with my toddler it...More
The Duke of Morny actively participated in the founding of this seaside resort in the mid-19th century and was responsible for building the racecourse. At the time, the racecourse was both the stadium and the casino, and a resort without horse racing was inconceivable. Every...More
Great value. Terrific entertainment. Lots of fun. Ideal for families with pony rides etc. It's all very relaxed. Much more informal than Briitsh racecourses.
Myself and my partner had such a fun day at the May races this year. The race track is extremely nice with great bar and food facilities. Would definitely recommend a visit!
Visited a friend here, I drove over from Dieppe, 4 hours by car to la Hippodrome, A very small town, but it is starting to get life back in it as some more English are moving there there is a lovely English bakers there, this...More
Lovely atmosphere. we were a group of 17 having lunch at La Toque Restaurant. The food was superb and worth every Euro!The service under the management of Pascal Thomine and his team was excellent, friendly and just made our day. We'll be back next year!