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A Beginners Guide to Enjoying Horse Racing Tourism

>> Nov 20, 2017

Horse racing is one of the most exciting events in animal sporting. Moreover, it also has a social side for the elite class on showing up at racing events. Seeing the horses and the ardent jockeys in close-up itself is an experience, and the adrenalin rush of this speeding sport is genuinely exhilarating.

There are many race courses across North America, which is visited by a lot of sports enthusiastic tourists. If you are planning on such a trip, it is essential to know some horse racing necessary to enjoy the event at best as well as to prepare yourself to shine at the show.

Preparations to visit a racecourse

Hats are not compulsory, but many people tend to wear them. For ladies, the handbag they carry should be big enough to keep the race card, which is usually a DL-size booklet. At some placed, you may be getting a metal swing type badge which needed to be prominently displayed when you are of the course.
Remember, there is a good deal of walking around involved in the racecourse, and sometimes it may be on the wet grass. So, give special consideration and thought not only for the dress but also the footwear you choose. Other essentials to keep in mind are:

  • Do carry race cards, which will have all the details of the race and action for the day.
  • If you carry a camera, then remember to disarm the flash. Bright light may upset the horses.
  • As per TVG.com expert advice, don't bring in instruments making a loud noise, whistles, or drums as loud noise may also upset the animals.
  • A good pair of binoculars can be handy to follow a particular horse. However, there are big screens nowadays at every racecourse to bring the action in close up.
  • At most of the premium race courses, you have the option to pre-book your food, so check it out.

When to report?

Usually, racecourse opens at least two hours before the first race of the day. It is ideal to reach at least an hour to one and half hours before the first race as the closer the starting time; busier the traffic will be. Coming early will give you enough time to study the layout of the race course and check out the facilities available.

Horses and jockeys will be there are the pre-parade ring about half an hour before the first race, and the runners will be taken for saddling up. It is worth watching this preparation to get an excellent early impression about the participating horses, and you're your assumptions.

The horses will leave the parade ring and line up at the start by getting loaded into the stalls. You can watch the race live from the trackside enclosure and witness the exciting laps and finish up close.

Horse racing is an exciting sport in which man and animal synchronize well with exhilaration to give a thrilling experience to the spectators and sporting enthusiasts. There are many horse racing touring trips organized by the operators across the country, which you can explore not to miss out this fantastic experience in life.

Author Bio: Silvia Watson is a freelance content writer. She has written many good and informative articles on different categories such as technology, health, fashion, education, career, travel etc. She is a featured author at various authoritative blogs in the health and fitness industry and currently associated as a blogger with https://www.tvg.com/

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