Horse Racing in Kentucky
At one of the most popular Kentucky horse racing tracks, Churchill Downs in Louisville, you can experience “the greatest two minutes in sports,” otherwise known as the Kentucky Derby (find out what horse ran the fastest Kentucky Derby) . At Lexington’s Keeneland, there’s also world class thoroughbred racing in fall and spring amid a beautiful pastoral setting and plenty of horse racing history at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Several other Kentucky horse racing tracks feature fantastic live racing as well.
Check these listings to find where you’d like to experience the thrill of horse racing in Kentucky.
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There's Only One....Kentucky Derby Museum.
Located at Gate 1 of historic Churchill Downs, the Museum presents the traditions and excitement of the "greatest two minutes in spo...
Military Discount Available
For over 75 years, Keeneland has been to the Thoroughbred industry what Augusta is to golf or Hollywood is to the movies. It is where traditions are treasured, innovations are...
Instant Racing is a pari-mutual electronic game which allows players to wager on historic horse races-matching the "fun and flash" of video gaming with the wagering excitement...
Kentucky Downs is the only all-turf flat racing thoroughbred track in North America. Live races are held in September - this year dates will be 7, 11, 14, 18 and 25...
There's Only One....Kentucky Horse Park.
Set on more than 1,200 acres in the heart of Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass Region, the Kentucky Horse Park is THE place to ge...
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If you'd prefer to tour our area in the privacy of your own vehicle, rather than joining a busload or vanload of your fellow travelers on a pre-formed tour, Lexington Private ...
Live harness racing each spring. Simulcast thoroughbred and harness racing and inter-track wagering from Kentucky tracks and major U.S. racing centers.
Located in Kentucky " the Horse Capitol of the World" is one of Kentucky's finest equine facilities. Established in 1997 as the largest privately owned facility in the state a...
The oldest (1875) harness track in Kentucky and home to simulcast wagering. Site of the Kentucky Futurity, final jewel of trotting triple crown. Intertrack wagering. Visit htt...
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