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Kincsem Park

Kincsem Park is a major horse racing venue in Budapest, Hungary. The 84-hectare park, named after the race horse Kincsem, can accommodate thoroughbred racing and harness racing, and it can also be configured as a concert venue.[1] Although the track experienced a drop in attendance in recent years, it has enjoyed a new popularity among racing fans due to the success of Hungarian racehorse Overdose.[2] In August 2009, Madonna performed front a sold out crowd of 41,000 Hungarian fans as a part of her Sticky & Sweet Tour.



Notable races [3]

Thoroughbred races

  • Káposztásmegyeri Prix
  • Hazafi Prix
  • Batthyány Prix
  • Hunyady Prix
  • Nemzeti Prix
  • Millenniumi Prix
  • Alagi Prix
  • Magyar Kanca Prix
  • Magyar Derby
  • Kozma Ferenc Memorial Race
  • Szent István Prix
  • Kincsem Prix
  • Imperiál Prix
  • Gróf Károlyi Gyula Memorial Race
  • Gróf Széchenyi István Memorial Race
  • Magyar St. Leger
  • Szent László Prix
  • Budapesti Prix
  • Kállai Pál Memorial Race
  • Kétévesek Kritériuma
  • Lovaregyleti Prix

Harness races

  • Tavaszi Handicap
  • Bródy János Memorial Race
  • Pulay Kornél Memorial Race
  • Májusi Grand Prix
  • Ferge László Memorial Race
  • Nemzeti Prix
  • Négyévesek Grand Prix
  • Lovasélet Sprinter Cup
  • Kanca Prix
  • Szalay János Memorial Race
  • Dr. Vecseklőy József Memorial Race
  • Derby Kísérleti Race
  • F.V.M. Prix
  • Magyar Ügetőderby
  • Pannónia Prix
  • Szent István Prix
  • Marschall József Memorial Race
  • Hungária Prix
  • Őszi Kanca Prix
  • Kétévesek Grand Prix
  • Köztársásági Prix
  • Őszi Kísérleti Race
  • Ménesek Prix
  • Baka Handicap


  1. "Madonna, Kincsem Park, Budapest, 22 August". The Budapest Sun. April 6, 2009. http://www.budapestsun.com/news/21060. Retrieved 2009-04-25. 
  2. Nicholas Kulish (August 20, 2009). "Hungary’s Spirits Are Back Up". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/20/world/europe/20hungary.html?hp. Retrieved 2009-04-25. 
  3. "Kincsem Park, Races 2009". Nemzeti Lóverseny Kft. http://www.magyarturf.hu/versenyek.html. Retrieved 2009-05-11. 

External links

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