Pau Racecards & Betting Odds

Pau Racecourse is also known as Hippodrome de Pau, with horse racing fans enjoying the chance to enjoy French racing tips when it comes to meetings taking place at one of the biggest courses in France. There are some high-profile races that take place at Pau throughout the season, with many French horses going on to compete on the bigger stage.

The beauty of Pau Racecourse is that there are a variety of different tracks so that you can enjoy various races taking place. There is the chance to enjoy horse racing odds when it comes to the hurdle track and the chase track, while the all-weather flat track was the first one of its kind in France and means that Pau can host meetings when others are forced to postpone.

There are some massive horse races that take place at the Hippodrome de Pau, with this racecourse hosting the prestigious Grand Prix de Pau which takes place during the winter. This is a Grade 3 encounter and it’s a stamina-sapping contest which is run over three miles, two-and-a-half furlongs. The history of this race is not insignificant considering that it was first established in 1887.

If you’re looking for Pau racing betting odds, you are most likely to find options between December and April throughout the winter season. The course is situated in the south-west of France and you can expect to enjoy around 30 pari-mutual meetings from December to the end of February. Five of these are flat-track meetings, while the April meetings will generally be National Hunt affairs.