Horse racing or the thoroughbred racing had been a part of the world before and until now. Horse racing is also considered as a performance and equestrian sport. Since thoroughbred horses were introduced in England by some Arabians, the love for horse racing begun and eventually, it became a habit and it is also a form of gambling in some countries.
If you are a fan of watching top horse racing events, then this article fits you! Written below are the upcoming-horse-races-in-the-usa-you-simply-cannot-miss.
The Kentucky Derby
The Kentucky Derby activity will take place on the 5th of May 2018 at Churchill Downs, Louisville. Churchill Downs annually hosts the Kentucky Derby and it is also a famous for holding thoroughbred racing events. The venue is suitable for horse racing and is also big enough to hold more or less than 170,000 people. It does not matter if you are a foreign or a local because this event suits people who fell in love with horse racing. If you are miles and miles away from the venue, it’s better to book your flight ahead of time and worry less.
The Preakness 2018 will happen on the 19th of May at Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The Preakness is the third most famous race of the Triple Crown. The admission costs from $40 onwards. You can choose your preferred location of seat and how many days you would like to reserve it for yourself. You can also choose from single day seating and two-day seating package. Some stuffs are not allowed in the Grandstand and Clubhouse, Infield, Mug and Vine Lounge, and Turfside Terrace and Clubhouse Reserved based on Pimlico policies. You should not worry about foods when you go to the Preakness event since there are dining rooms such as the Terrace Dining room, the Hall of Fame room, and the Sports Palace Sports bar that can assist your tummy’s need. However, you should book a reservation now since they are currently accepting advance reservations.
Belmont Stakes will be on the 9th of June 2018 at Belmont Park; Elmont, New York, United States. The race is also called as “Test of the Champion” and “The Run for the Carnations”. This event is open to 3-year-old thoroughbreds. Book your seats now to have a hassle-free viewing.