Built around the themes of spaciousness, nature and interactions, this racecourse opened in April 1996. It is a beautiful racecourse with a view to the north of Mt. Iwate, the highest peak within the prefecture. It has a wide dirt course with a grass course inside it. It is nicknamed Oro Park, after the Latin meaning for "oro," which is a deep greenish gold.


Car 20 minutes from JR Morioka Station; 25 minutes from Tohoku Highway Morioka-Minami Interchange.
Bus On days when races are held, free shuttle buses run between the Morioka Racecourse and JR Morioka Station and other locations.


10 Kamiyagita, Aza, Shinjo, Morioka-shi, Iwate 020-0803 Japan

Dirt Course Left-handed  
Circumference 1,600 m
Length of straight 300 m
Width 25 m
Local Government (Racing Organizer) Iwate Racing Association
Admission fee 200Yen