|The Kawasaki racecourse is situated in the Kanagawa region of Japan and was opened in 1906. Racing takes place on a dirt surface. The Kawasaki racecourse racecourse is famous for its night racing which began in 1995. It hosts the well known 'Super King Night Races'|
|The Tokyo Derby was held here in 2008 when Dream Sky was
A further claim to fame the course has is its gallery commemorating the famous jockey Takemi Sasaki who rode the extraordinary total of 7151 winners.
|It hosts 2 Group One races, notably the Kawasaki Kinen and Zen-Nippon Nisai Yushun for 2 year olds.|
|It also holds two Group 2 races including the Kanto Oaks for 3 year old fillies run over 2100 metres.|
|If you have badges, racecards, pictures of the racecourse or further details about the course, including your memories, then email firstname.lastname@example.org|