In the region of the Lower Rhine you will find both horse racing tracks and harness racing tracks. Horse races are held on these are held .
These events always delight numerous visitors. Numerous spectators cheer for favorites during a gallop race. In particular, the mood of every individual increases when he has taken the opportunity to bet.
The harness races in Mönchengladbach or Dinslaken are no less exciting. But horse racing is more than a place to bet. A diverse supporting program is offered during various races, offering something for everyone. Whole families often come to the racetracks on the Lower Rhine on a race day.
If you would like to take a closer look at the horses, you can go to the so-called guide rings on the race days. Horses and jockeys are presented there at gallop races.
A pair of binoculars is recommended for the races, as the horses are far away from the stands, especially in races over longer distances. Since the individual races are usually spread over an entire afternoon, catering stands, restaurants and beer pavilions ensure the physical well-being of the guests.
Incidentally, bets may only be placed by persons over the age of 18.
the Krefeld racecourse is located in the city forest is one of the most beautiful facilities in Germany, where horse racing has a long tradition.
On the race days, a varied supporting program is also offered, so that a race day is an experience for the whole family, with the betting left up to the adults.
Address: An der Rennbahn 5, D-47800 Krefeld, Germany
Düsseldorf Galopprennbahn Grafenberg
Visiting a race day at the Grafenberg racecourse in Düsseldorf is an experience for the whole family, with the betting left up to the adults.
Since the individual races are usually spread over an entire afternoon, catering stands, restaurants and beer pavilions ensure the physical well-being of the guests.
Address: Rennbahnstraße 20, 40629 Düsseldorf, Germany
Neuss Galopprennbahn Rennpark
The horse race track in Neuss has a long tradition and has been attracting equestrian enthusiasts for more than 100 years to watch the thoroughbred horses race.
Address: Am RennbahnPark 1, 41460 Neuss, Germany
Trotting races take place regularly on the 800 meter long harness racing track in Dinslaken on the Lower Rhine. There is also a wide range of dining options.
For many visitors, however, the opportunity to bet is the highlight. Numerous catering stands also take care of your physical well-being.
Address: Bärenkampallee 25, 46535 Dinslaken, Germany
The region of the Lower Rhine offers a variety of opportunities to make leisure time entertaining, cultural or sporty.