The Nang Lerng racecourse is located in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, where racing is overseen by the Royal Turf Club of Thailand. It is known that racing was first muted in the country in 1901 when King Chulalongkorn granted a charter to allow the Royal Bangkok Sports Club to be established on 6th September 1901.
  It was to be a further 2 years before the first meeting took place in January 1903.  
During the Second World War racing ceased in 1941 when on 8th December the Japanese arrived. However, racing resumed in 1947.


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