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Hyderabad Race Club

The Hyderabad Race Club or Malakpet race course is a Thoroughbred racing association and race track in Malakpet, in the Hyderabad district of India.


Hyderabad Race Club was started by the Nizams in 1868 at Moula-Ali. In those days it was known as the Hyderabad (Deccan) races. In 1886 it was shifted to Malakpet as H.H Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan, Nizam VI wanted the race course to be near his palace.

This race course is considered one of the top race courses in India. An annual event, Deccan derby is held here.

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Racecourse view from main grandstand
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Mounting enclosure at Hyderabad Race Club
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Jockey Club Grandstand at Hyderabad Race Club

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