Hippodrome de Téné

Sport, Equestrian sports, Horse race track in Bourail
  • The Téné racecourse, which hosts events such as the Bourail Fair and the Bourail Cup every year, bears witness to the Bourail passion for horses.

  • Over the years, the village of Bourail has earned its reputation as an equine capital. The Robert Dumté racecourse, better known as the Téné racecourse after the name of the river Téné that runs alongside it, dates from the penal colony era. The enthusiasm of the Bouraillais for horses and horse racing is therefore nothing new. Every year horse races, such as the best known of all, the Bourail Cup, are held at the Téné racecourse and are an opportunity for horse lovers to meet. Every year...
    Over the years, the village of Bourail has earned its reputation as an equine capital. The Robert Dumté racecourse, better known as the Téné racecourse after the name of the river Téné that runs alongside it, dates from the penal colony era. The enthusiasm of the Bouraillais for horses and horse racing is therefore nothing new. Every year horse races, such as the best known of all, the Bourail Cup, are held at the Téné racecourse and are an opportunity for horse lovers to meet. Every year during the weekend of August 15, the Téné racecourse also hosts one of the most anticipated events in New Caledonia, the Bourail Fair. This agricultural and craft fair attracts many visitors, curious to discover or rediscover the bush culture with its rodeo and its various exhibitions.
  • Environment
    • In the country
    • Isolated
    • River 5 km away
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Equipment
    • Bar
    • Toilets
    • Car park
    • Free car park
    • Table
    • Chair
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
    • Accommodation in the close vicinity
    • Exhibition/trade fair
Rates
Payment methods
  • Check
  • Cash
Openings
Openings
  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
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