Jeju is an island full of wonder and more than a tourist destination. Known for three things, roaring winds, magnificent rocks, and women, the island exhibits a unique traditional culture and well-preserved breathtaking panoramic views. In particular, Jeju is a triple crown UNESCO destination, designated as “World Geoparks,” “Natural Heritage Sites,” and “Biosphere Reserve Recognition.”
Jeju Pony Racecourse is the most exotic pasture in Korea where the race takes place at the mid-slope of Hallasan Mountain that offers scenic views of its magnificent mountain slopes in the background. It is the only horse race course in the world that uses Jeju ponies as race horses, providing an unique entertainment for the audience.
Since its launch in 1995, the 532-acred Jeju Stud Farm built for rearing/training and stud operations has been home to Korea’s finest locally-bred horses and local breeders. Equipped with the first-rate property and talented trainers, the Farm offers technical consultation and stud services.