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Ovrevoll Racecourse

Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp
Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp
Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp
Ovrevoll Racecourse Photo: Øvrevoll Galopp

Facility overview

  • Restaurant

Contact information

Description

Øvrevoll is the only racecourse in Norway but has both turf track and an all-weather track. The horse racing season starts in the middle of April and ends by December.

Horse racing (gallop) on most Thursdays. The biggest event of the year is the annual Derby Day at the end of August.

Øvrevoll Racecourse is located 15 minutes west of Oslo's city centre and includes a grandstand with a restaurant. Sherryhaugen Café overlooks the paddock.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • parking
    • kiosk
    • restaurant
    • snack bar
  • Licensed premises

    • licensed lounge

Transportation


Metro No.2 > Eiksmarka Bus No.131 > Øvrevoll
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Ovrevoll Racecourse

Øvrevoll is the only racecourse in Norway but has both turf track and an all-weather track. The horse racing season starts in the middle of April and...

Ovrevoll Racecourse

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