Jägersro opened in1907 and has always been a racetrack that has trotting and galopracing heritage.
The yard Paul Fitzsimons Racing is occupying at the moment has recently been vacated by the very accredited Hans Adielson who retired in 2018. The American style barn has 22 boxes wash down and staffing facilities
An owners room and a walker with adjoining paddocks.
Jagerso consists of 100 hectare and more than 250 racehorses are permanently stabled on the course are 10 professional trainers.
Jagerso has several training gallops Dirttrackbanan and Ascotbanan. The dirt track banan is racing oval and has a length of 1.480 m. Inside the racetrack, is the trotting course, which measures a 1000 m. We get to train on the main track most of the year which is essential for your horse to get to know the race track,
In addition to the racecourse to train on is the all-weather course Ascotbanan, which was an initial investment project constructed in 2008 and is a cushion track surface.
There are also two feature straight tracks on sand, which is about 800 m long with a steady rise, these are used mostly for canter and conditioning work and are important as we race on American style dirt.
In addition to the gallops there are lunge pens, pastures, paddocks, walking paths, practice starting boxes etc.
Jagersro has a great location for several other racetracks such as Klampenborg and Gothenburg and other smaller racetracks in Denmark. Also, not to forget, for our UK and Irish contingents your only an hour and a half flight from Heathrow/Gatwick and in all a total average travel time of three hours from any UK airport to Jägersro.
Sweden Prize Winnings: 633200 Kr
Denmark Prize Winnings: 33894 Kr
Norway Prize Winnings: 0
Total Prize Money: 667094 Kr