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Ely Racecourse

Ely Racecourse was a horse racing venue in Cardiff, Wales. Opened in 1855, it held up to 40,000 spectators. In 1895, it hosted the Welsh National. The venue closed on April 27, 1939 [1].

Further reading

"History of Cardiff Racecourse" by Brian Lee (Cwm Nedd Press)

See also

  • Sport in Cardiff

References




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