Every Friday and Saturday Night at approximately 5:20pm.
- Happy Hour Specials
- Free Admission Nightly
- Holiday Party Reservations Available (Call 916-263-3047)
Sports & Wagering Center
Open year-round and offers satellite wagering on horse racing from California and out-of-state tracks. The Sports & Wagering Center features four separate and unique seating areas for your race viewing enjoyment. General admission is $4.00.
Join us every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Miller Lite Grandstand for a little Happy Hour during the Harness Races and Satellite Wagering, 4pm – 7pm. It’s the Best Bet in Town!
$4. Domestic Beer, $4. Wines by the Glass, $4 Well Drinks
Every Thursday Fri, Saturday Nights (4pm – 7pm)
$1 Domestic Beer, $1. Wine BTG, $1. Sodas, $1. Hot Dogs
The Last Saturday of every month (4pm – 8pm)
FREE General Parking, $2.00 Preferred Parking Parking for our guests with disabilities is available in both Preferred & General Parking lots.
General Admission Area
Over 140 private carrels, as well as individual seating and private tables. Catch all the racing action on over 100 private TVs.
Inside the General Admission Area is the Sports Bar, it features large screen TVs and monitors located throughout the Sports Bar for your viewing enjoyment. Plus, plenty of table and bar seating.
Winner’s Circle Grill
Located in the center of the General Admission Area, offers burgers, carved sandwiches and a wide variety of snacks and beverages.
Located above the Sports & Wagering Center, combines the excitement of live harness racing with the intimacy of an upscale restaurant. We welcome all guests 18 & Over. The Club House is only open as a party venue during live harness racing or the four big race days of the year:
The Club House underwent a full remodel in early 2014 to now include several flat screen televisions and refreshed look for racing fans to enjoy! A mutuel clerk and self-service machines are available for all your wagering needs. A great place for private parties or business meetings!
How is the Mn Horse expo?
I wanted to go the big azz world horse expo and didn't make it (yet). I did manage to go to the Peruvian Paso Nationals in Tx, years ago. It was a blast!!!! I still have a T shirt from it. I refuse to throw it out. lol.
A few hundred years ago I went to the Kansas City Royal. :D
No I didn't go to ride, I was totally a spectator. It was a good thing, I'd have fell off a lot due to all my rubber necking.
I know of one place you might be
Able to volunteer.
Have you ever attended the MN Horse Expo? It is held every year (3rd weekend in April) at the MN State Fairgrounds.
One year, I volunteered to walk horses for the children's pony rides. It just consisted of walking around and around, leading a horse with kids on them.
This would at least give you an opportunity to meet some other horse-centric people. Express your interest in volunteering, and get to know some people in the horse world.
I can find you a link if you are interested?