This racecourse was a military preparing ground until the Mauritius Turf Club was established in 1812, making it the second-most seasoned racecourse on the planet. Mauritian freedom was broadcasted here in 1968. The hustling season endures from around April to late November, with gatherings typically hung on a Saturday or Sunday. The greatest race of all is the Maiden Cup in September. For race dates, contact the Mauritius Turf Club or check nearby media. In case you're here on a race day, it's well worth joining the throng of wagering insane local people. Tickets for the stands range from Rs 50 to Rs 100, however admission to whatever is left of the ground is typically free, Within the racecourse are a statue of King Edward VII by sculptor Prosper d'Épinay, and the Malartic Tomb, an obelisk to a French governor.