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If you want to see this track, go up to Fort Adelaide. You will have a nice view on it. It should be enough unless you love horse races.
We had Jerome as our guide and he made the day so special for us. He shared his knowledge of the track and jockeys as well as the trainers. He introduced us to a winning jockey, the first female trainer and a female jockey. Some in the group were invited in a drive around the…
We were invited into a box and the level of excitement of people is just amazing. We had a whole family, did small bets for fun. It's very thrilling definitely must go for few hrs at least and see the historic place
The Champs de Mars is a historical and unique place in Mauritius situated in the heart of the capital. It has become a great tourist attraction and horse lovers including kids to enjoy horse racing events in Mauritius. Horse racing is a national passion which gathered thousands…
Horse racing is very popular in Mauritius and take over the week-ends of many ‘racegoers’. It was established in Mauritius very early, the first races being held in June of 1812 at the Champ de Mars by the Mauritius Turf Club.