Although it is nice to see that Velka Chuchle has somehow managed to find it's way onto the internet, the facts are a bit wrong. To begin with, the racetrack is not open every day, or every weekend for that matter. Second, and perhaps more importantly, the idea of a day at races, while conjuring images of "My Fair Lady", hardly compares to such venues in other parts of Europe. One look at the state of this facility will attest to the attitude of management. This is a sad reminder of the criminals that still permeate Czech society. If you wish to enjoy a day at the races while in the Czech Republic, it is better to look further from Prague to Pardubice or Karlovy Vary. Keep in mind, however, that activities such as equestrian, golf and spas, while a big emphasis of the Czech Tourism Authority have a long way to go before they are up to speed with customer service standards of other West European countries. You may find yourself subjected to the arrogant attitudes of newly rich Czechs who cannot give a damn about your comfort or satisfaction. Be prepared for lots of second hand smoke and long lines. This is not a good place for family outing.