Horse racing in Estonia

Horse racing in Estonia
This is an equestrian sport which involves two or more jockey riding horses over a set of competition. It is one of the most ancient of all sports in Estonia and its basic premise is to identify which of two or more horses’ is the fastest over a set of distance and that has remained unchanged for a long time.

Types of horse racing
There are different types of horse racing in Estonia, flat racing involves horses galloping directly between two points around a straight or oval track, jump racing which is commonly known as steeples chasing where horses race over obstacles, the harness racing where horses trot while pulling a driver in a sulky and the last type of horse racing is the endurance racing where horses travel across country over extreme distances which generally range from 25 to 100 miles.

Horse betting
The regulations in horse betting in Estonia are regulated by Parliament under the Gambling Act. It allows licensing to 20 different companies for legal gambling. Horse Racing presents the perfect opportunity for people to place their bets on their favorite horses and expect to win. The act has developed over the years with people able to place their bets online. Horse betting has led to a growth of 170 legal casinos and gambling venues in Estonia.


Estonia Princess
Horse racing in Estonia cannot be complete without the mention of the Estonian prices. This is a 4yo chestnut mare from Australia trained by Scott Aspery.The Estonian princes have managed to win 3 races in her career and has scored most significant win to date by getting the money in the $ 150,800 James Carr. The horse has proven a profitable horse and those who have invested in her have achieved a 3 5 return investment.

Why visit Estonia
The horse racing in Estonia gives you an opportunity to witness how horses compete and if you like gambling it gives you an opportunity to earn money by placing a bet on the Estonian princes. Horse racing is very interesting and you can get the unique opportunity to train yourself on how to ride horses.


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