Hipódromo de las Américas - Mexicocity
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Fancy a day at the races? Hipódromo de las Américas is as prestigious as it is glamorous, and is home to some award-winning thoroughbred and American Quarter horses. The track was founded in 1943 and has built up a strong reputation in the equestrian world. It is 52 hectares, and can welcome up to 10,000 visitors, while offering 2,030 car park spaces.
There are 1240 stable spaces, and the tracks are five-sixteenths mile, oval; two chutes, seven furlongs and one and one-quarter miles. This is where the Mexican Derby is held.
There is a good choice of dining establishments at Hipódromo de las Américas. Go to Restaurant 1943 if you like to order a la carte, or Restaurant La Teraza for a set price international buffet. The Royal Yak hosts a deli bar, an international cafe, and more.
General admission is $10.00, while access to more exclusive areas is slightly more. A race programme is $16.00.
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