The Jeju Horse Racing Park has got one sand track that is 1,600 meters in length and 20 meters in width. It has two grandstands with a capacity of 6,400 and up to 500 horses race at the track per day. It is not so well know that there are also zoological gardens where visitors can see various kinds of horses, such one of the biggest horses in the world, the Clydesdale, and the smallest, the Shetland Pony. The Jeju horse is also in the grounds and horseriding is available for children.
Further information Park admission fee: 1,000 won Transport: Buses taking the Pyeonghwa-ro towards Jungmun or Moseulpo take about 45 min. from Jeju City Intercity Bus Terminal. Get off at Jeju Race Park, or “Jeju Gyeongma Gongwon.”
Horse and carriage ride Dates: April 24 - Nov. 30 (on Wednesdays and Sundays only) Fee: Free Operating time: 10:30 - 17:00 (Changeable depending on weather conditions)
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