Club Hipico of Santiago de Chile
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Club Hipico de Santiago de Chile
Founded in the year 1869 as the first equestrian center of the capital for horse racing, the Equestrian Club of Santiago had its official inauguration, as well as its first races on September 20, 1870, under the direction of its first president, Mr. Francisco Baeza Sotomayor.
Located in the area surrounding the Republic neighborhood, one of the most elegant and traditional of ancient Santiago, the site had since its inception with the current location and design of its courts oriented from north to south, where its stands look towards the imposing massif of the Andes Mountain Range.
Refined ladies and distinguished gentlemen came to the premises of the Horse Club of Santiago to share with the most select social life of the time, while enjoying the best horse show in the country.
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