This is what a typical race day looks like:

The racecourse is normally opened 90 minutes before the start of the 1st race (You can find the exact opening hours here).

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Approximately 20 minutes before the respective race, the horses come into the lead ring. The most promising candidates are presented to the audience.

At this time, the jockeys also enter the guide ring and go to their team (owner and trainer), the trainer gives the jockey the order, an instruction on how to ride the horse in the race.

Approx. 10 minutes before the start, horse and rider leave the driving ring and proceed to the starting area. Time for you to place your bets (Note: During busy periods it is recommended to place your bets earlier to avoid queues).

Approximately one minute before the race, the starter gives the signal to move the horses into the starting boxes - the race can begin.

After the race, the horses enter the heeling ring in front of the scale building.

The award ceremony will also take place there and the prizes will be presented. The winning team is of course happy about the applause of the surrounding audience.
After the sporting particularly valuable group races, the national anthem is played for the winning team.
Afterwards, the first horses enter the ring for the next race - the cycle begins anew. The usually eight to nine races a day take place at intervals of 30 to 35 minutes. Therefore, you always have time to visit the numerous exhibition tents and food and beverage stands.

If you would like more detailed instructions on betting, you are also welcome to visit the Wettstar - betting school next to the guide ring.

We wish you an exciting race day!