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Chukyo Racecourse

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Horse Race Track

Chukyo Racecourse

Location Toyoake, Aichi, Japan
Owned by Japan Racing Association
Year opened 1994
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website JRA website

Principal Races

Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1)

File:Chukyo Racetrack 01.jpg
The west gate of the Chukyo RC.

Chukyo Racecourse (中京競馬場 Chūkyō-keibajō?) is located in Toyoake, Aichi, Japan. It is used for horse racing. It was built in 1994. It has a capacity of 58,400. It has 8,795 seats.

Physical attributes

Chukyo Racecourse has a grass courses, a dirt course.

The turf's measures 1600m (7/8 mile + 629 feet). Races can be run on the "A Course" rail setting (on the hedge), the "B Course" setting (rail out 3 meters), or the "C Course" setting (rail out 7 meters).

1000m, 1200m, 1700m, 1800m, 2000m, 2500m and 2800m races run on the oval.

The dirt course measures 1418 meters (7/8 mile + 278 feet). 1000m, 1600m, 1700m, 2300m races run on the oval.

Notable races





Grade I

Mar. Takamatsunomiya Kinen Turf 1200m 4yo +

Grade II

May Tokai Stakes Dirt 2300m 3yo +
May Kinko Sho Turf 2000m 3yo +

Grade III

Mar. Chukyo Kinen (Handicap) Turf 2000m 4yo +
Mar. Falcon Stakes Turf 1200m 3yo
Jun. CBC Sho (Handicap) Turf 1200m 3yo +
Dec. Chunichi Shimbun Hai (Handicap) Turf 2000m 3yo +
Dec. Aichi Hai (Handicap) Turf 2000m 3yo + f


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