Published on July 23rd, 2019 | by admin0
Enjoy a thrilling day at the races in New Jersey
New Jersey is home to a plethora of top class sports, including ice hockey, soccer, American Football and baseball.
However, if you’re planning a sporting trip to the Garden State there’s no better way to do it than spend a day at the races.
There are three fantastic venues in New Jersey, each with their own unique features that have been attracting visitors for decades.
Read on as we look at New Jersey’s vibrant trio of racetracks.
Situated in scenic Oceanport, Monmouth Park stages meetings from May to October which are all backed up by off course events to suit all the family.
Play up your winnings from the Harrah’s casino promotion code by wagering on the iconic Haskell Invitational during July or dress to impress at Ladies’ Day later in the same month.
The course also hosts an annual music festival during August, featuring live acts from the burgeoning Jersey Shore music scene.
Labor Day weekend is also worth checking out, with the three-day Boar’s Head BBQ & Craft Beer Festival offering the best in local food and drink.
With fashion shows for the adults and kids fun days featuring a plethora of activities, Monmouth Park is a great place to enjoy the thrill of the races.
Located across from the MetLife Stadium and within walking distance of the Hackensack River, the Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment complex is a hugely popular venue.
The track hosts thoroughbred racing, but its most important event is Hambletonian Day which is marketed as ‘Harness Racing’s Greatest Day’.
The Hambletonian, staged at the start of August, is worth $1 million and is one of the most exciting sporting occasions held in New Jersey.
Meadowlands also features a variety of off-track events including Frank Sinatra tribute acts, food festivals and American Flat Track dirt bike racing.
The complex has something to suit people of all ages and is well worth a visit on your next trip to New Jersey.
With plenty of off-track opportunities to get up close to the riders and their bikes, this is a fun day out for all the family.
Situated in the heart of New Jersey, Freehold Raceway is the oldest racetrack currently operating in the United States.
The track has a two-part season, running from the start of January until May and then August until the middle of December.
Freehold Raceway is renowned for its hospitality, with the venue proving extremely popular for hosting birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, charity events and more.
The course is famous for the being the first to ever have a triple dead heat result in a harness race back in 1953.
The sharp nature of the track lends itself to thrilling action, making it an ideal way to enjoy the Sport of Kings.