Capannelle Racecourse

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Capannelle Racecourse (Italian: Ippodromo delle Capannelle) is a horse racing venue in Rome, Italy. The course was constructed in 1881, and it was rebuilt in 1926 to a design by Paolo Vietti-Violi.

It is the venue of three Group 1 flat races – the Premio Presidente della Repubblica, the Premio Lydia Tesio and the Premio Roma. The track also stages the most valuable flat race in Italy, the Derby Italiano, which was downgraded to Group 2 status in 2009.

Group 2 races include the Premio Ribot. Group 3 races include the Premio Carlo Chiesa, Premio Carlo e Francesco Aloisi, Premio Carlo d'Alessio, and Premio Guido Berardelli.

It is also home ground of Italy's premier cricket club, Capannelle Roma.

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Coordinates: 41°49′25″N 12°34′09″E / 41.82361°N 12.56917°E / 41.82361; 12.56917