In November 2020, an all-weather racehorse training facility opened on Jeju Island after 24 months of construction and an investment of KRW 19 billion (USD 15,200,000).
The Jeju Training Centre aims to help increase the competitiveness of domestic horses on the global stage by creating an all-weather training environment that can be used to train horses regardless of the climate. In particular, the enhanced capacity for training in winter, which had many restrictions, increases the number of racehorse training days by more than 30% per year.
The main indoor hill is located on the Jeju horse farm in Gyorae-ri, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si. The hill assists in strengthening the horse's posterior, helping to improve its walking and straightness. It can also automatically measure a horse's furlong time.
The Jeju Training Centre currently has around 1,000 racehorses in training and they have achieved success in improved performances, earning a 15% increase in prizemoney.