|TIME||The first race started 12.15 hours to approximately 18.00 hours (total 10 races)|
|ENTRANCE FEE PRICES FOR GATE ENTRANCE||· Special seats booking at Winning Post including Entrance Fee at Baht 2,100 net (This room is available for Local Guest compulsory of Buffet in Air Conditioning Room)
· Clubhouse including Entrance Fee at Baht 1,000 net (compulsory of Baht 100, Food coupon) No Seating Reserve
· Grandstand at Baht 200 net, Gate Entrance No. 3 and New Grandstand at Baht 100 net, Gate Entrance No. 4, No accommodation
|DRESS CODE FOR PUBLIC STAND||Male and Female: Shirt and pants or smart casual. Jeans, slippers and tank top are not allowed.|
|DRESS CODE FOR AIR CONDITIONING ROOM||Male: Shirt with Neck Tie. Jeans and slippers are not allowed
Female: Shorts and tank top are not allowed
When King Rama the Fifth bestowed land for the first racecourse, which was the birth of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club. The objective of His Majesty and the Club was to introduce and promote the quality of horse racing and breeding in Thailand while providing sporting facilities of international standards for Thais and expatriates. Below is information on how to contact the racing staff and the current racing schedule.
Racing is usually held at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club on two Sundays per month. Occasionally races are held on a Saturday, so please check our Racing Schedule regularly.
A number of betting options are available to the race-goer. This includes the recently introduced combination betting of Trifecta and Quinella.
Public Grandstands allow the general public to attend race days and enjoy this fascinating spectacle. In addition, we also cater for corporate and group parties. Please contact the Racing Department for further details on how we can cater for your very own race day function.
Horse racing was well established at the Club in early December 1904.