Phoenix Horse Racing Betting Tracks

Horse racing is popular amongst the people of Phoenix, and they are lucky to have a great horse track located right in their city limits. With the Turf Paradise Racecourse, the great people of Phoenix can enjoy the exciting and invigorating action the embodies horse racing. The track holds some amazing races and bettors can get involved in the action anytime they want with its convenient location. In the section below, we will discuss the history of the track as well as any information you need to know about it.

Turf Paradise Racecourse

The Turf Paradise Racecourse got its start when the dreams of businessman Walter Cluer came to fruition in 1954. Walter always had the vision to build a racetrack in the region, and while many warned him against it and even predicted great failure, Walter pushed on. When the doors opened, the racetrack was a major success. Walter managed this first-class race track for nearly 25 years and watched it grow into what it is today.

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The Turf Paradise Racecourse contains a one-mile dirt oval as well as a seven-furlong turf oval. There are notable stakes races that take place at the Turf Paradise Racecourse including the Turf Paradise Derby, Phoenix Gold Cup Handicap, and the Cotton Fitzsimmons Mile Handicap. During the offseason, the track also holds the Arizona Mile, which is a stop on the American Flat Track motorcycle racing championship series. This race takes place only a week after the horse racing season comes to a close.

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