The New York Racing Association said last week that season passes for the 2023 Summer Games at the iconic Saratoga Racecourse are available. The pass will be available from US$75 starting April 5, 2023, and fans will be able to buy it at this price until the end of May 2023. 우리카지노탑 The price of the pass is then US$85, and ultimately US$95.
Tickets are available at NYRA.com/Saratoga , one of which gives visitors a 40-day ticket to the Traverse and Track’s Summer Gathering. If you buy the season for US$75 per sheet, you can race for less than $2 per day. If you don’t have a season ticket, the Traverse Day advance ticket is US$25 per person.
Pass will be priced at US$85 starting June 1, 2023, and will be raised to $95 starting July 1. This year’s season passes come with universal access to amenities located throughout the track, in line with the NYRA’s recent announcement that it would remove the two-story pricing structure that provided clubhouse or grandstand tickets.
Kevin Quinn, vice president of sales and hospitality at the New York Department of Transportation, said the season pass was ideal for regular visitors and horse racing fans looking to watch Travers Day. He also advised anyone planning to buy season passes to get the best possible value and deepest savings when entering the track throughout the summer, to buy them by Memorial Day.
Visitors should also be aware that the admission fee for the day of the race track is US$7 per person or US$10 on the day of the event for purchases at least 24 hours in advance. You can also purchase the same-day admission fee from June 1, 2023. More information on season or daily passes and prices can be found on the official NYRA website.
Meanwhile, the horse racing industry is gearing up for another exciting edition of the 2023 Saratoga Summer Games. This year’s competition highlights the 154 first-class $1.25 million Travers to be held on August 26, 2023, and the first-class $1 million Whitney to be held on August 5, 2023. The 40-day summer competition starts on Thursday, July 13 and runs until September 4, 2023.
The organization previously announced that the track will participate in a total of 71 world-class equity events, an event with a prize of US$20.8 million. This summer, the regulator, the Grade I ballerina, will move back to Travers Day, and the Grade I personal design will compete on Friday, August 25. The summer tournament will start four days on the opening weekend, but will continue five days a week.
Meanwhile, the NYRA is also patiently awaiting a decision on its request for a major borrowing plan for Belmont Park racetrack. This renovation project will create jobs, bring economic benefits, and bring financial lifelines to the industry. It also received the support of dozens of people gathering in Albany this week to appeal for support.