Following the events of World War I, a group of enterprising citizens built a racetrack on the western edge of Tallinn. The course is 1,000 metres long and it plays host to race events and parimutuel betting.
It is a true downtown racecourse. Its final straight is one of the longest in Europe (270 m) and offers a lot of excitement to the spectators.
Competitions take place from February to November.
- an excursion with a visit to the blacksmith shop;
- introduction of trotting;
- organise your own race;
- horse riding and horse rental;
- a cafe.