This attractive, well-equipped facility is home to the excitement of horse racing in Minnesota, just 30 minutes southwest of ... More
This attractive, well-equipped facility is home to the excitement of horse racing in Minnesota, just 30 minutes southwest of downtown Minneapolis. Horses hit the track from the middle of May through the Labor Day weekend and the track's tele-racing center is open year-round. Check the website for any special post times. Seating is in the indoor or outdoor bleachers (included in admission). There is also a covered picnic area. Clubhouse seating and amenities are available for an additional charge. Betting seminars are offered for the novice. Simulcast racing is offered in the off-season.
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