Welcome to Bro Park

Bro Park

Bro Park – the racecourse in Stockholm

Bro Park opened in 2016, replacing Täby Galopp as the home of racing in the Swedish capital. It stages some of the most important races in Scandinavia including the Gr.3 Stockholm Stora Pris in June, the Gr.3 Stockholm Cup International in September, and the Women Jockeys’ World Cup in June.

Next fixtures

WED 4 AUG

Bro Park

First race

12:20

WED 18 AUG

Bro Park

First race

12:20

SUN 29 AUG

Bro Park

First race

11:50

WED 8 SEP

Bro Park

First race

12:20

SUN 12 SEP

Bro Park

First race

11:50

Latest results

The racing surfaces

Bro Park has a 2100 meter turf course and a 1900 meter dirt track on the inside. There are chutes on the turf course to optimise variety in distances. The course has been designed as a fair galloping track with the turf course closest to the public.

The course is 30 meters wide and has a level surface which enables the rails to be moved easily and effectively provides the option to create three ‘different tracks’. Separate courses for steeplechase and hurdling are being installed on the inside of the flat courses.

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The turf track at Bro Park is a left-handed, galloping track with long,sweeping bends. The circumference is 10.5 furlongs. The track has hardly any undulations. Races run at 8f, 8f 154yds and 10.5f are started on their own separate chutes. The straight is slightly over 2 furlongs long.

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The dirt track at Bro Park is a left-handed track inside of the turf track. The straight is 2 furlongs and the circumference is 9.5 furlong. The 8f races are started from a chute from the inside of the track.

Stabling and training at Bro Park

Bro Park covers an area of approximately 500 acres and has permanent stabling and training facilities for 300 horses with the capacity to accommodate a further 100 on race days. The facilities have been designed in consultation with a team of vets and racing experts to create the best possible environment for the horses and the people working with them.

Racedays at Bro Park in 2021

January

1 January (Friday): Lunch racing

10 January (Sunday): Sunday racing

17 January (Sunday): Sunday racing

31 January (Sunday): Sunday racing

February

7 February (Sunday): Sunday racing

14 February (Sunday): Sunday racing

April

14 April (Wednesday): Lunch racing

18 April (Sunday): Sunday racing

28 April (Wednesday): Lunch racing

May

5 May (Wednesday): Lunch racing

9 May (Sunday): Sunday racing

19 May (Wednesday): Lunch racing

June

2 June (Wednesday): Lunch racing

9 June (Wednesday): Lunch racing

13 June (Sunday): Super Sunday with Stockholms Stora Pris (G3)

20 June (Sunday): Sunday racing

30 June (Wednesday): Lunch racing

July

11 July (Sunday): Sunday racing

25 July (Sunday): Sunday racing with Swedish Open Mile (L)

August

4 August (Wednesday): Lunch racing

18 August (Wednesday): Lunch racing

29 August (Sunday): SM-dagen (the Swedish Championship Day)

September

8 September (Wednesday): Lunch racing

12 September (Sunday): Breeders Trophy

19 September (Sunday): Stockholm Cup (G3)

29 September (Wednesday): Lunch racing

October

6 October (Wednesday): Lunch racing

17 October (Sunday): Sunday racing

27 October (Wednesday): Lunch racing

31 October (Sunday): Sunday racing with Songline Classic (L)

November

10 November (Wednesday): Lunch racing

21 November (Sunday): Sunday racing

28 November (Sunday): Sunday racing

December

5 December (Sunday): Sunday racing

Location

The racecourse is located in Bro which is approximately 30-40 minutes from the centre of Stockholm by car and a similar distance from Arlanda Airport.