Slowly but surely normality is returning to Vietnam as much as it can considering the damage and destruction it had to overcome after the Vietnam War. This is especially true considering the fact 20% of the country is still contaminated with TCDD’s which came from the boneheaded Rainbow Agent Defoliation Program.
One of the many signs of returning to normal life comes in the announcement that a new 250 acre commercial development about 65 miles north of Saigon on National Highway 13 is being planned and financing is being arranged. That development will include a new horse race course. Race horses will be imported from Australia because most of the surviving animals from the closed race track in Saigon were sold to butchers.
Hopefully in the not too distant future Vietnamese bettors and sportsmen will have a brand new race horse facility to attend.