The Dutch House, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious races for horse racing, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
The race’s host, the Dutch National Horse Association (NWHA), said that the House of the Pizza will host its second event in 2019.
The House of Cheese will host the first race in 2019 and the next event is slated for 2021.
This year, the House has decided to move forward with a third event, the 2019 Dutch Horse and Mule World Cup, with a purse of $4.3 million.
In addition, a fifth event is set for 2019, but it’s not clear if it will be a major sponsor or a free event.
The House of pizza was founded in the late 1700s by the famous baker Roger Simon, who created a series of pies, including the iconic house pie, the famed mozzarella cheese pie and the iconic red velvet pie.
Since the late 1800s, it has been run by its members.
The winners receive a share of the purse and also the right to host an annual racing event, according to the Dutch House.
The Dutch Horse Association said the Dutch Horse World Cup was the first event to attract a large number of visitors to the Netherlands, with an attendance of approximately 100,000.
The first Dutch Horse world cup was held in the United States in 1919, and it was the second-highest-grossing racing event in history, grossing more than $30 million, according a Guinness Book of World Records website.