Seeing this racetrack was on my bucket list. You could see that it had once been a magnificent place to watch thoroughbreds. Except for the hight tech tote board on the infield, it seemed that the premises had not changed since the 50's, 60's. I tried to imagine how grand it must have been back then. At least, unlike Hollywood Park, it has not succumbed to the developers wrecking ball. And the Flamingos are still there .Not big fans of quarter horse racing, we left after 3 races, having seen the paddocks, grandstand and flight of the Flamingos.
Parking and entry were free, so you can't beat the price.
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