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If you are an experienced racing fan don't expect much. It is open for a limited time middle of Feb. and start of March. The track itself is very narrow for an eight horse field. Fields are sort of a blend of quarter horses and...More
The BEST Sunday Farmers markets in Tucson . The market is from 8am -12 . There are over 50. Vendors from fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods , hand made salsa,Smoked cheeses, jam's, jelly's , and much much more .
We were very impressed with the whole experience at the Rillito race track. It's a small raceway, so it's easy to move around and see the horses up close in the paddock before the race and on the track running. It's easy to place bets...More
This is an inexpensive way to spend some time with the locals and maybe even win a few dollars. Parking is now up to $3 but still a deal. They have placed out padded chairs that go fast so get there early if you need...More
The afternoon we were there the first six races were for thoroughbreds (5-6 furlongs) and the last two were for quarter horses (shorter, only about 20 seconds long). The place was packed - all ages and lots of families. General admission is $5 but for...More
The place where Quarterhorse Racing first started. What an experience! History. Pageantry. Fun! And best of all - lucrative! We only ever make a two dollar bet each but if you read the program and bet with your head you can make back the entry...More
This track opened in 1943 and is the home to the beginningt of Quarter Horse Racing in America.
Open only on week ends during the months of Feb. & Mar. this is not Churchill Downs or Santa Anita or Gulfstream, what it is, is a...More