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From the beginning, it has been an exclusive Club enjoying the patronage of socialites and eminent personalities alike. It had about 7566 members as on 30th June 2008.
The Club hosts racing at two race courses: at the Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai from November to April and at 6, Arjun Marg, Pune from July to October – in all a total of around 70 race days in a year. In Mumbai, Thursdays and Sundays are race days from November to March and Saturdays and Sundays in April. In Pune, races are held on Saturdays and Sundays.
The oval-shaped 2400-metre Mahalaxmi race track, rated one of the best in Asia, has an even surface and a six-furlong (1207.02-metre) straight. There is also a straight chute that allows races up to 1600 metres to be run with only the home run. The race course was originally built under the direction and supervision of Major JE Hughes around 1883.
By and by, modern apparatus to facilitate fair and clean racing and to weed out human error as well as malpractice such as automated starting stalls, photo-finish cameras, split-second electronic timers and close-circuit television systems to watch the action on the track from more than one angle have been installed at both the race courses.
You can watch live racing and replays on the close circuit television sets installed at various vantage points of the Mahalaxmi and Pune Race Courses. You can also watch live telecasts and replays of races held in Bangalore, Mysore, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Delhi. Proceedings of the Stewards’ Enquiries at Mahalaxmi, Pune and Bangalore can also be viewed. The replay of the day’s proceedings benefits the latecomers.
Computerised Tote betting means almost instantaneous declaration of dividends as soon as a race is over. Payments are made only after the "All Clear" has been sounded, though.
Going by the fact that world dignitaries including the Queen of England, the erstwhile Shah of Iran and the King of Saudi Arabia made it a point to squeeze a visit to the Mahalaxmi Race Course in their crowded itineraries, it is no exaggeration to say that it is a showpiece of the Urbs Prima In Indis. The spontaneous accolades from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, herself a horse lover, owner and breeder par excellence, are a treasured memory in the Club Archives.
The Club had around 600 Owners, 45 licensed trainers and 75 jockeys as on 15th July 2008. There are normally around 1400 horses in training at Mumbai housed in permanent stables. In Pune, however, some of them have to be housed in temporary structures.
The Club permits Amateur Riders’ Club to conduct equestrian activities in the centre of the race course and to hold Gymkhana Races after the end of the Mumbai season as well as polo matches in the polo season.
Racing in Delhi at the Delhi Racing Club (1940) Limited is conducted under the supervision and rules of RWITC,
The 225-acre Mahalaxmi campus houses a Mini Club House as well as the widely popular Gallops Restaurant to cater to its members and guests. Plans to enhance food and beverage and recreational facilities for Club members are in the pipeline.
The Club has a residential facility in Pune with 25 well appointed rooms and 4 cottages.
As a socially conscious and responsible corporate citizen, the Club maintains the public garden in the centre of the Mahalaxmi Race Course and also the recently upgraded walking/jogging track for free public use. The much appreciated facility is used by hundreds of citizens every day of the year.
RWITC rents out its lawns with associated facilities for weddings and other outdoor events such as fashion shows, musical evenings and the like. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious venues in the city.
There is a helipad in the Mahalaxmi campus regularly patronised by Club members and corporates.
The spectacular Mahalaxmi grand stands have recently been accorded Heritage status.
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