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Pune Race Course

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A board showing recent races at the Pune Race course

Pune Race Course is a racecourse located in Pune Cantonment, western India. Built in 1830, it covers 118.5 acres (48.0 ha). The land is controlled by the Indian Army.

Additional stabling for the horses is at Empress Gardens, 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) from the course. The racing season runs from July to October and includes the Pune Derby, the RWITC Invitational, the Independence Cup and the Southern Command Cup.



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