It’s July! And it’s been wet this week. Things seem to have improved a little over the last couple of days and we may even get some racing in the dry this weekend.
Things get underway at Busan imminently although the pick of the action both there and in the capital is on Sunday. Korean Derby winner Gwangyajeil makes his first appearance since his victory in the big one as he heads the field for a class 2 event at Seoul on Sunday afternoon.
Here’s what’s happening when and where:
Friday July 1
Busan Race Park: 9 races from 12:00 to 18:00
Jeju Race Park: 9 races from 13:30 to 17:30
Saturday July 2
Seoul Race Park: 11 races from 11:10 to 17:30
Jeju Race Park: 10 races from 12:30 to 17:30
Sunday July 3
Seoul Race Park: 11 races from 11:10 to 18:00
Busan Race Park: 6 races from 12:30 to 17:00
Follow all three days live on twitter. Normal blogging will resume shortly.