Lone Star Park

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Lone Star Park

Lone Star Park is a horse-racing track in Grand Prairie, Texas, United States. It opened in 1997, at Lone Star Pkwy.

 

History

In 1996 was its first wager and opened to live racing in 1997. Lone Star Park was famous for the Lone Star Million, a day of stakes races that annually attracted the best runners from around the country. It was also the site of the 2004 Breeders’ Cup. The track is also known for quality Quarter Horse racing and its Texas hospitality and elegance. It is one of the most successful racetrack openings in modern horse racing history and has been home to the MBNA American Challenge Championships numerous times.

This track is almost equidistant between Arlington and Dallas, with Forth Worth not much further along the I-30 (around 20 miles), 1000 Lone Star Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050, owned by Global Gaming Solutions, LLC.

Track Details

The size of the main track is a one-mile oval with seven-furlong and 550-yard chutes, 90 feet wide, with six-degree banking on turns. The distance from the final turn to the finish line is 930 feet. The distance from a six-furlong long start to the first turn is 1,690 feet, while the distance from turn to turn is 1,300 feet. On the other hand, the turf track is a 7/8 mile oval with 1 and 1/8 inside the chute, 80 feet wide, and six-degree banking on turns. The distance from the final turn to the finish line is 900 feet, while the distance from turn to turn is 1,020 feet.

The Grandstand is enclosed with glass, air-conditioned, approximately 280,000 square-foot structure, and can accommodate 8,000 seats. Additional seating is available throughout the park. The parking area can fit 6,000 vehicles which are available for automobiles and buses at the racetrack. Behind the Grandstand is a landscaped European-style saddling paddock area where patrons can spectate the pre-race pageantry involved in saddling the horses. The Saddling Paddock building also includes dressing quarters for male and female jockeys.

The simulcast facility, Bar & Book, is adjacent to the Grandstand that is the 36,000-square foot. The barn area is consists of 32 barns for up to 1,600 horses. It also includes a receiving barn, hold & test barn, stakes barn, maintenance barn, and administrative building.

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