Situated in the Tempelhof-Schoneberg area of Berlin in Marie Village is an equestrian centre which was first established in 1913. It was built and financed by Bruno Cassirer who made his fortune in publishing. By 1920 it had developed into one of the largest racecourses in Germany.
  It boasts a 5 storey grandstand with a glass front which provides superb viewing opportunites. Racing is now mostly of the harness or trotting variety.  
The principal race is the German Trotting Derby which is held on the first Sunday of August and marks the end of 5 consecutive days racing.


If you have badges, racecards, pictures of the racecourse or further details about the course, including your memories, then email