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Metro Turf becomes the latest race track in the country following the completion of its facilities that sits on a 45-hectare first-class development project located at the boundary of Malvar and Tanauan, Batangas.

Counting the San Lazaro Leisure and Business Park in Carmona, Cavite, and the Santa Ana Park in Naic, Cavite, Metro Turf is expected to boost the local horseracing industry and attract more local and foreign race enthusiasts.

Our rich history in horseracing and our great racing facilities today are the main reasons why we are nearing the level of some great racing countries here in Asia.

Metro Manila Turf Club (MMTCI Race Track)

Built on a 49-hectare area, MetroTurf features a 1,525-meter long track has four chutes for various racing distances that conform to international standards, and a newly-constructed clubhouse and grandstand that could accommodate 3,000 racing enthusiasts.

The track lighting’s designer Li Lim was recently recognized with a Merit Award in the 2013 GE Edison Awards Asia (a preliminary to the 2013 Global GE Edison Award Competition) as having the best lighting design in the region.

A total of 46 lighting posts, 39 around the oval and seven attached to the grandstand, running on the latest GE technology are strategically placed around the racetrack for outstanding illumination during night races.

With horseracing equipment such as the two starting gates (one with the capacity of 14 horses while the other can accommodate 8 runners) which can be attached together as one comes from Australia, while the betting machines are from United Tote of the United States

Manila Jockey Club, Inc. (MJCI) is the Philippines’ horse racing leader, offering the only, truly world class horse racing experience at San Lazaro Leisure Park in Carmona, Cavite, a mere 20 minute drive south from the Philippines’ financial capital of Makati.

Manila Jockey Club is engaged in a dynamic process of evolution in which its corporate structure is evolving into a holding company with specific business units in horse racing, horse race betting (OTB and online and mobile) and real estate investment partnerships plus equity investments such as in our majority owned listed subsidiary, MJC Investments Corporation.

The lifeblood of their business exists in the ability to provide customers the finest horse racing experience in the Philippines, on par with the leading clubs around the world.

Following the transfer in January 2009 by the Philippine Racing Club, Incorporated (PRCI) to its new race course at the Saddle & Clubs Leisure Park in Naic, the new Santa Ana Park is now a bustling recreational community that has enlivened this part of Cavite.

On days when Santa Ana Park hosts races, the 65-hectare racecourse comes alive with human and horse traffic converging around the racetrack. When dusk falls, the brilliant lights of the track could be seen for miles around, like a beacon that invites people in.

Today, the racecourse is home to about 800 horses housed in the stable facility consisting of 78 stable building clusters. Stable lots are also available for lease to horse owners and four horseowners, to date, have built their own stables. Life stirs in the racecourse as early as 4:00 a.m. every day when horses practice around the track. A swim in the equine pool near the stables completes the early morning practice regimen.

Stable personnel, as well as PRCI’s organic personnel involved in racing operation, have made a smooth transition to the new racecourse. An initial 38 units of barracks housing have been completed for stable personnel and their families. PRCI racing personnel, on the other hand, were provided separate dorm-type accommodation for men and women, complete with amenities.

On weekend races, the four-story grandstand comes alive when racing aficionados come in droves to the track, some making the trip all the way from Manila. Residents from nearby communities have been observed to bring their children to the track to play. Food vendors have been provided a spot near the grandstand which now serves as a food court, while a concessionaire operates a restaurant inside the grandstand building.

Indeed, life at Santa Ana Park Naic has settled into the daily routine of a vibrant horse racing community but amidst better and more modern facilities.