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Kokura Racecourse

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Horse Race Track

Kokura Racecourse

Kokura Racecourse Grandstand
Location Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
Owned by Japan Racing Association
Year opened 1931
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website JRA website

Principal Races

Kokura Daishoten (Jpn3)

Kokura Racecourse (小倉競馬場 Kokura-keibajō?) is located in Kokura Minami-ku Kitakyushu, Japan. It is used for horse racing. It was built in 1994. It has a capacity of 20,000. It has 1,192 seats.

Physical attributes

Kokura Racecourse has grass courses and a dirt course.

The turf measures 1615m (1 mile + 19 feet). 1000m, 1200m, 1700m, 1800m, 2000m, and 2600m races run on the oval.

The dirt course measures 1445 meters (7/8 mile + 310 feet). 1000m, 1700m, and 2400m races run on the oval.

Notable races





Grade III

Feb Kokura Daishoten (Handicap) Turf 1800m 4yo +
Jul Kokura Kinen (Handicap) Turf 2000m 3yo +
Aug Kitakyushu Kinen (Handicap) Turf 1200m 3yo +
Sep Kokura Nisai Stakes Turf 1200m 2yo

J-Grade III (Steeplechase)

Jul Kokura Summer Jump (Handicap) Turf 3390m 3yo +


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