Hakodate Racecourse Main Stand
|Location||12-2 Komaba-chō, Hakodate Hokkaidō, Japan|
|Owned by||Japan Racing Association|
|Race type||Thoroughbred - Flat racing|
|Course type||Turf & Dird|
|Notable races||Hakodate Kinen (GIII)|
Hakodate Racecourse (函館競馬場 Hakodate-keibajō?) is a horse racing track in Hakodate, Japan, built in 1896. During the period between 2008 and 2009, Hakodate Racecourse was closed for renovation and refurbishment of the grandstand. Work was completed in June 2010. As part of this refurbishment, Mitsubishi Electric installed a Diamond Vision Screen. Races that were supposed to be held at Hakodate during that period were moved to Sapporo Racecourse. Hakodate Racecourse has both a grass course, and a dirt course.
Main Turf Course
1000m, 1200m, 1700m, 1800m, 2000m, and 2600m races are run on the Main turf Course.
|A-course 1,627m||A-course 29m|
|B-course 1,652m||B-course 25m|
|C-course 1,677m||C-course 21m|
1000m, 1700m, and 2400m races run on the dirt oval.
|June||Hakodate Sprint Stakes||Turf 1200m||3yo +|
|July||Hakodate Nisai Stakes||Turf 1200m||2yo|
|July||Hakodate Kinen (Handicap)||Turf 2000m||3yo +|
- "Hakodate Racecourse". Horse Racing in Japan. Japan Association for International Horse Racing. 2010-10-10. Retrieved 2010-10-09.
- "Mitsubishi Electric Completes Installation of Main Diamond Vision Screen at Hakodate Racecourse". mitsubishielectric.eu. 2010-06-08. Retrieved 2010-10-09.
- Track lengths from japanracing.jp
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