LetsRun ParkLetsRun Park Jeju
As part of the KRA's mission to promote horse racing and the livestock industry, it has been committed to the preservation of the Korean native pony, which is designated as the National Monument No. 347.
The construction of Jeju LetsRun Park for pony races started in October 1987 and racing commenced in October 1990.
The Jeju LetsRun Park is equipped with one sand track. The circumference of race track is 1,600 meter, and 20m in width.
It has two grandstands accomodating 6,400 racing fans and the stable area can has more than 500 ponies.
The Park has lots of attractions that capture people's notice.
Its features include horse zoological garden where visitors can see various breeds of horses from one of the smallest horses "Shetland Pony" to one of the biggest horses Clydesdale which weighs about one ton, children's pony riding where people can experience the joy of riding and a "luck" theme house where people can see the symbols of fortune from all over the world.