Horse racing was born in the years 684 BC existed for centuries. This sport is also called another name “Royal Sports“. In the Roman period, there were some of the first horse races to take place, and were included in the Olumpic program in Europe.

Horse racing’s origin

Horse racing has been popular in both England and the United States since the early eighteenth century, each with different ways of organizing, scale and operating. And starting from here, the British began to breed professional breeds for racing.

In 1751, in England began the establishment of small and medium horse racing clubs. At that time, it was released a book about the pure horse breeds that specialized in competitions, this book is called “The Book of Breeds of Animals”.

In the United States, this equestrian sport has been around since the 17th century (formed before England, Britain began investing in purebred horses).


In the form of flat-line horse racing, it is only allowed to use purebred racehorses, Which horses will reach the finish line first. In this form, there are specific and clear rules and regulations that require a high degree of fairness. In a tournament, not only horse racing, but also a kind of entertainment that is accompanied by “seahorses”. Therefore, it is required that the organizers have to be highly specialized, must have strict management systems.

“Obstacle horse racing” is also quite a popular form, also using purebred horses. This type is not much different from flat horse racing, the result is based mainly on the speed.