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Hipódromo de Monterrico

The Hipódromo de Monterrico is a Thoroughbred horse racing facility opened in 1960 in Lima, Peru. Operated by the Jockey Club del Peru, it has a one and one-eight mile dirt racetrack with a one mile inside track for turf racing.

Major races at Hipódromo de Monterrico include the four Group One races that comprise the Peruvian Quadruple Crown:

  • 1) Clasico Polla de Potrillos - September, 1,600 metres
  • 2) Clasico Ricardo Ortiz de Zevallos - October, 2000 metres
  • 4) Gran Premio Nacional Augusto B. Leguia - February, 2600 metres

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