Finger Lakes Racetrack opened on May 23, 1962, as a thoroughbred horse race track. The race track has gone through several ownership changes and a cycle of successful and near-bankrupt seasons. This track is located in Farmington in western New York State, which has a 450-acre of property.
As of the moment, the race track does not offer any graded stakes. They offer ungraded and restricted stakes throughout their thoroughbred horse racing from mid-April through early December.
The list of stakes races at Finger Lakes is George W. Barker Handicap, Susan B. Anthony Handicap, Wadsworth Memorial Handicap, Niagara Stakes, New York Derby, Ontario County Stakes, Arctic Queen Handicap, Leon Reed Memorial Handicap, Jack Betta Be Rite Handicap, New York Oaks, Lady Fingers Stakes, Aspirant Stakes, Genesee Valley Breeders Handicap, New York, Breeders’ Futurity, Proud Puppy Handicap, Finger Lakes Juvenile Fillies and Finger Lakes Juvenile.
There are over 1,200 racehorses in 21 barns. Along with a world-class equine swimming facility, Finger Lakes maintains a one-mile main racing track that hosts flat racing for thoroughbreds. With notable races of New York Derby, Wadsworth Memorial Handicap, and New York Breeders’ Futurity.
Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack also has a smoke-free facility that includes over 1,100 video gaming machines. The venue proudly offers free admission, free parking, top-notch valet service, plenty of dining choices, and live music.