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Derby Lane


Derby Lane, the St. Petersburg Kennel Club, is the oldest continuously operating greyhound track in the world.

Derby Lane sits on the edge of Tampa Bay, carved out of palmetto and pine forests. A lumber entrepreneur named T. L. Weaver expanded his timberland holdings and lumber operations to St. Petersburg, Florida during the land boom of the 1920s. He sold one pine tract to a group of local businessmen who constructed a greyhound track.  Unable to pay their outstanding balance, the businessmen gave the track to Weaver's lumber company.

The club’s inaugural race was held on the afternoon of January 3rd, 1925. DerbyLane, along with the Weaver family has been showcasing legendary champions to this day. Baseball Hall of Famers Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Mickey Mantle watched the competition at Derby Lane during Spring Training season.

For decades, a live band entertained crowds as they cheered champion greyhounds competing for high honors.

Over the years, Derby Lane has embraced technological changes in odds computation, race draws, judging, and simulcasting to modernize the industry.Gaming options have also advanced with the addition of the Poker Room.

Derby Lane has welcomed a variety of entertainment other than greyhound racing, from concerts and beer tastes, to on-location shoots for major motion pictures. Award winning director Steven Soderbergh unleashed a trifecta of Hollywood celebrities at Derby Lane in 2001 to film scenes for his blockbuster movie, Ocean’s Eleven. Superstars Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Carl Reiner

turned heads for their scenes that included Derby Lane employees as film extras. in the box seat area. The circus tent scene featuring Clooney and Pitt, dubbed California, was actually staged in the Derby Lane parking lot.

Derby Lane is not only known for its 15 minutes of Hollywood fame. The star athletes that have performed here are the ones who truly deserve to be in the spotlight. In 1986, Derby Lane's Keefer was the most popular Greyhound in the nation. Greyhound Hall of Famer, Keefer, drew the largest crowd on track (12,779) for his victory in the 1986 Distance Classic. Keefer’s story was featured in several magazines including the Wall Street Journal. Years after Keefer's passing, a book was penned in his honor.

Historic Hall of Famer, Rural Rube, graced the track oval and was so beloved that the industry named an award after him. The coveted Rural Rube award is presented to North America’s most accomplished sprinter each year. Derby Lane athletes are the only ones to date that have captured the sport’s Triple Crown. In 2000, Dominator lived up to his name and brought in the new millennium with a new award. Dominator was named All-America Team Captain (best greyhound in North America), received the Rural Rube award (best sprinter), and the Flashy Sir award (top distance) becoming the first North American Triple Crown champion. In 2004, Cayman Went became the second Triple Crown Champion, and in 2010 Flying Coal City became the third greyhound to have the Triple Crown honors bestowed upon him. 

Derby Lane greyhounds remain a favorite among canine breeds. The Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet featured a show about greyhounds, called Breed All About It. The Breed All About It story was voted most popular in the series.

Greyhound racing history has unfolded at this track. Derby Lane athletes are revered around the globe, and their popularity is unsurpassed.

Racing

Racing

Wagering Information

Win: Your greyhound must finish first. You collect the win payout. $2 minimum.

Place: Your greyhound must finish first or second. You collect the place price. $2 minimum.

Show: Your greyhound must finish either first, second or third. You collect the show price. $2 minimum.

Daily Double: You must select the winning greyhound in race one and race two. Daily Double wagers must be made prior to the running of the first race of each performance. $2 minimum.

Quiniela: You must select the two greyhounds that finish first and second in any order. $2 minimum.

Quiniela Box: You must select three (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first and second. If two of your runners finish first and second in either order, you collect the Quiniela payout. Total costs based on a $2 wager.

(3) greyhounds $6

(4) greyhounds $12

(5) greyhounds $20

(6) greyhounds $30

(7) greyhounds $42

(8) greyhounds $56

Quiniela Wheel: You must select the greyhound you think has the best chance of finishing first or second. Then, you must tell the clerk to Quiniela Wheel that greyhound (with all the other greyhounds). If your greyhound finishes first or second regardless of any other finisher, you collect the Quiniela payout. Based on a $2 wager the Quiniela Wheel will cost $14.

Perfecta: You must select the first two finishers in the race in exact order. For example, if you play a 3-2 perfecta, the #3 greyhound must finish first and the #2 must run second. $2 minimum wager.

Trifecta: You must select the three greyhounds that finish first, second, and third in exact order. $1 minimum.

$1 Trifecta Box: You must select three (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first, second and third. Because this is a multiple wager, the greyhounds can finish in any order. If three of the greyhounds you have boxed finish first, second and third, you are a WINNER. The $1 Trifecta Box pays one-half the $2 Trifecta price.

Total costs:

3 Greyhounds 6 Combinations $6

4 Greyhounds 24 Combinations $24

5 Greyhounds 60 Combinations $60

6 Greyhounds 120 Combinations $120

7 Greyhounds 210 Combinations $210

8 Greyhounds 336 Combinations $336

$1 Trifecta Wheel: You must select the greyhound that you feel has the best chance of finishing first. You tell the clerk to wheel that greyhound on top with all other greyhounds. If your greyhound finishes first, regardless of any other runner, you collect on-half the $2 Trifecta price. ($1 Trifecta Wheel = $42). You may also wheel your greyhound in the second or third position, That greyhound must finish in the exact position specified, the finish of all others does not matter.

$1 Trifecta Key: You must select the key greyhound that you think will win and then select two (or more) others that you think have the best chance of finishing second and third, in either order. The $1 Trifecta Key pays one-half the $2 Trifecta price.

Total Costs to "Key" 1 Greyhound:

With 2 others $2

With 3 others $6

With 4 others $12

With 5 others $20

With 6 others $30

With 7 others $42

ALSO NOTE: You may also "Key" a greyhound in the second or third position. The "Key" greyhound must finish in the exact position specified, the others must complete the Trifecta, in either position.

Superfecta: You must select the four greyhounds that finish first, second, third and fourth in exact order. $1 minimum.

$1 Superfecta Box: You must select the four (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first, second, third and fourth. Like the $1 Trifecta Box, the $1 Superfecta Box pays one-half the $2 Superfecta price.

4 Greyhounds 24 Combinations $24

5 Greyhounds 120 Combinations $120

6 Greyhounds 360 Combinations $360

7 Greyhounds 840 Combinations $840

8 Greyhounds 1680 Combinations $1680

$1 Superfecta "Key": You must select the "Key" greyhound you think will win and then select three (or more) others that you think have the best chance of rounding out the Superfecta. The $1 Superfecta Key pays one-half the $2 Superfecta price.

Total Costs to "Key" 1 Greyhound:

With 3 others $6

With 4 others $24

With 5 others $60

With 6 others $120

With 7 others $210

PIC-3: You must select the winning greyhounds in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd leg of each Pic-3. All wagers must be made before the running of the 1st leg. $2 minimum.

PIC-4: You must select the winning greyhounds in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th legs. All wagers must be made before the running of the 1st leg. $2 minimum.

Twin-Tri: The Twin-Tri is a carryover pool. 50% is paid out in race 11, the rest is carried over to race 13. To play it, you pick the first three greyhounds you think will finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in exact order in the 11th race. When you cash your winning ticket, you will get a payoff and a free exchange ticket with your picks to finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in exact order in the 13th race. If no one correctly picks the 13th race order of finish, the Twin-Tri jackpot will be carried over to the next performance. Carryover jackpots will be capped at $25,000. There will be a force payout the second performance after cap. Twin-Tri tickets are sold only in multiples of $2. Should you fail to cash your 1st half winner before the running of the 13th race (2nd half), you will receive your first half payoff but forfeit your chance at the jackpot.

Effective January 11, 2014, the Twin-Trifecta will be forced out Saturday evenings.

TRI-SUPER: (Trifecta-Superfecta). This is a wager combining a trifecta selection in the 5th race (1st half) and a superfecta selection in the 7th race (2nd half). 50% of the Tri-Super pool is paid out in the 5th race. The remaining 50% is carried over to the 7th race. Order your Tri-Super ticket(s) from the teller before the 5th race, selecting the first three finishers in order of finish (trifecta) in the 5th race. If you have a winning ticket, you cash it and make your free superfecta selection (first four finishers in exact order of finish) for the 7th race. Holders of winning tickets on the second half of the Tri-Super collect second part of the poll plus the jackpot pool carried over from previous Tri-Supers. Carryover jackpots will be capped at $25,000. There will a force payout the second performance after the cap. Should you fail to cash your 1st half winner before the running of the 7th race (2nd half), you will receive your 1st half payoff but forfeit your chance at the jackpot.

Poker+

Derbylane poker

Amenities

High Limit/Private Rooms 

New and Improved Tournaments 

New Tournament Area designed by player suggestions 

Improved Wi-Fi Connection 

Double Flop Hold'em is Back 

Full Lunch & Dinner Menu w/extended hours 

$2/$5 Texas Hold'em now with Table Stakes Limit 

Register on DerbyLanePoker.com's E-Blast

2000 Points:$10 Meal Voucher

Tournament Player Rewards

1 point for each tournament entry 

15 point minimum to qualify

Play 15 Tournaments: $10 Meal Voucher

Live Action and Tournament Poker in Tampa Bay

New tournaments and exciting giveaways!

We have a wonderful room for you to enjoy playing your favorite game. Our management team works hard to add some interesting ways for you to add to your stack or to try some of our tournaments. We have many promotions that run every day and we have special promotions that we add in as well.

For a breakdown of each day's promotions, check out our promotions page. For full rules regarding promotions, please see a floor person or view the posted rules in the poker room.

Don't miss a thing!

If you want to be sure that you know all of our promotions and upcoming events as they are released, please check register for our email newsletter. We won't go crazy with emails, we aim for 2 or less per month, depending on how much is going on.


Tournaments

The Knock-Out

Tuesdays 6 PM

BUY-IN: $150 ($130 + $15 + $5 DT)

BOUNTY: $50 Per Knock-Out

UNITS:         15,000

BLINDS: 20 min

ADD-ON: Optional $10 for 10,000 Units

Big Blind Ante/9-Handed/Final Table Shuffler 

$25 Bounty for every player you knock-Out 

Registration open until the end of the 2nd Break

$175 Freezout

Fridays 6 PM

BUY-IN: $175 ($150 + $20 + $5 DT)

UNITS:        20,000

BLINDS:     30 min

ADD-ON: Optional $10 for 10,000 Units

Registration open until the end of the 1st Break

Mega Deep Stack

$15,000 Guarantee

Sunday, June 2nd 1 PM

Sunday, June 23rd 1 PM

BUY-IN: $150 ($130 + $15 + $5 DT)

UNITS:         30000

BLINDS: 30 min

ADD-ON: Optional $10 for 10,000 Units

Big Blind Ante/9-Handed/Final Table Shuffler 

Registration open until the end of the 2nd Break

$530 Freezout

Saturday 1 PM

BUY-IN: $530 ($500 + $25 + $5 DT)

UNITS:        30,000

BLINDS:     30 min

ADD-ON: Optional $10 for 10,000 Units

Big Blind Ante/9-Handed/Final Table Shuffler 

Registration open until the end of the 2nd Break

Morning Madness

7 Days a Week 10 AM (must be in line by 10 AM)

PRIZES: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place: WINNERs will receive $150 Seat + $25 Cash 

                        4th & 5th Place: WINNERs will receive $75 Tournament Voucher + $25 Cash 

                        6th & 8th Place: WINNERs will receive $50 Tournament Voucher 

BUY-IN: Voucher + $10($5 + $5DT)

UNITS:         4,000

BLINDS: 10 min

ENTRY: Win a voucher by showing down Faces Full or better using 1 card in your hand.

The tournament vouchers can be used towards any tournament and are valid until the second Sunday from issue date.

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show aces full or better. You will receive a morning madness entry slip that you can use to register into the morning madness events. See the tournament calendar for morning madness start times. The entry seats are non-transferable and must be logged into the tournament system when the morning madness ends. The entry must be played within the same week or the following week. Unused seats will expire after the following week.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand is a full house, aces full. You must use one playable hole card and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details.

Promotions

Mondays

10AM-2PM Rise & Shine

2PM-8PM $500 Table Share

8PM-2AM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

Tuesdays

10AM-2PM Rise & Shine

2PM-6PM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

6PM-2AM Cash Accumulator

Wednesdays

10AM-2PM Rise & Shine

2PM-8PM $500 Table Share

8PM-2AM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

Thursdays

10AM-2PM Rise & Shine

2PM-6PM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

6PM-2AM Cash Accumulator

Fridays

10AM-2PM $500 Every 15 Minutes

2PM-8PM $500 Every 30 Minutes

8PM-2AM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

Saturdays

10AM-2PM $500 Every 15 Minutes

2PM-8PM $500 Every 30 Minutes

8PM-2AM $250+$50 Every 30 Minutes

Sundays

10AM-6PM Cash Accumulator

6PM-12AM $500 Table Share


$500 Table Share
Table Share Winnings $500 Every 30 Minutes

How to Win - Table Share High Hand on every Monday, Wednesday & Sunday from 6PM - 12AM Every 30 minutes. $300 to the High Hand Winner, $100 to 2 Players Dealt In

Cash Accumulator
Win up to $500
First High Hand wins $100
Amount accumulates each half hour it goes unrewarded
Win either $100, $200, $300, $400 or $500

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show 4 of a kind or better. The highest hand of each half hour wins. If no high hand qualifies in a half hour, the winnings accumulate until they are hit. Once there is a winner, the next round restarts at $100. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The maximum cumulative cash and prize award combined is $599 for each jackpot eligible hand. The minimum qualifying hand is four of a kind. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details.

$500 Every 15 Minutes
Highest Hand every 15 minutes wins $500
View Details 

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show 4 of a kind or better. The highest hand of the 15 minute period will win $500. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand four of a kind. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details. Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at anytime.

$500 Every 30 Minutes
Highest Hand every 30 minutes wins $500

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show 4 of a kind or better. The highest hand of the 30 minute period will win $500. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand four of a kind. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details. Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at anytime.

$250+$50 Every 30 Minutes
Winner WINS $250 & 1 Lucky Player dealt in WINS $50

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show 4 of a kind or better. The highest hand of the 30 minute period will WIN $250 & 1 Lucky Player dealt in WINS $50. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand four of a kind. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details. Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at anytime.

Rise and Shine
The first High Hand of the Half Hour wins $500
The $500 will reduce by $50 every half hour that it is hit
Ends when 10 hands have been hit or 1pm

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show 4 of a kind or better. The highest hand of the half hour will win $500 for the first one, reduced by $50 every half hour that it is hit. If an amount is not hit for a specific 30 minutes that amount will be eligible the next 30 minute period. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand is four of a kind. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details.

Morning Madness
7 Days a Week 10 AM (must be in line by 10AM)
PRIZES: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place: WINNERs will receive $150 Seat + $25 Cash 
4th & 5th Place: WINNERs will receive $75 Tournament Voucher + $25 Cash 
6th & 8th Place: WINNERs will receive $50 Tournament Voucher 
BUY-IN: Voucher + $10($5 + $5DT)
UNITS: 4,000
BLINDS: 10 min
ENTRY: Win a voucher by showing down Faces Full or better using 1 card in your hand.

The $20 & $50, tournament vouchers can be used towards any tournament and are valid until the second Sunday from issue date.

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show aces full or better. You will receive a morning madness entry slip that you can use to register into the morning madness events. See the tournament calendar for morning madness start times. The entry seats are non-transferable and must be logged into the tournament system when the morning madness ends. The entry must be played within the same week or the following week. Unused seats will expire after the following week.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand is a full house, aces full. You must use one playable hole card and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details.

Royal Flushes
7 Days per Weeek Open to Close
Spade Royal Flushes pay $500
Heart, Diamond and Club Royal Flushes pay $250

How to Win - In jackpot eligible games, you show a royal flush using two playable hole cards. Payouts are based on a $2 jackpot rake. Hands with a $1 jackpot rake will pay 50% of the amount.

Qualifications - The minimum qualifying hand is a royal flush. You must use two playable hole cards and you must play the best eligible poker hand. You can bet your hand as you normally would. If players fold, simply show your hand and the dealer will call a floor person for verification. High hands must be verified by a floor person. Any player having a hand that qualifies for multiple promotions will be awarded the jackpot from the daily promotion running in that specific time period. If a 364 Royal Flush promotion pays a higher amount the player will be awarded the difference to equal the higher amount. Please see the posted rules in the room for full details.

Games and Limits

Table Games


GAMES
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
DJ Wild Stud (NEW)
$5 Min Bet
$500 Max Bet
High Card Flush
$5 Min Bet
$500 Max Bet
UTH Low Limit
$15 Min Bet
$3,500 Max Bet
UTH High Limit
$30 Min Bet
$7,000 Max Bet
Fortune Pai Gow Low Limit
$5/$5 Min/Max Bet
$5,000/$100 Min/Max Bet
Fortune Pai Gow High Limit
$25/$5 Min/Max Bet
$30,000/$100 Min/Max Bet
Three Card Poker
$5 Min Bet
$5,000 Max Bet
One Card Low Limit
$5 Min Bet
$2,000 Max Bet
One Card High Limit
$25 Min Bet
$10,000 Max Bet


No Limit Holdem


BLINDS (Small-Big)
BUY-IN (Minimum)
BUY-IN (Maximum)
$1/$2 Micro
$40
$80
$1/$2
$60
$200
$1/$3
$100
$500
$2/$5/Restraddle 
$200
$1000
$2/$5
$200
$1000/Table Stakes
$5/$10
$400
No Max
$1/$2 Double-Flop
$60
200


Pot Limit Omaha

BLINDS (Small-Big) BUY-IN (Minimum)
BUY-IN (Maximum)
$1/$2
$200
$500
$2/$5
$400
$800
$5/$10
$500
No Max
$10/$25
$1000
No Max
OFC
$25
Every 30 Minutes


Limit Holdem


Limit Structure
BLINDS (Small-Big)
BUY-IN (Minimum)
$2-$4
$1/$2
$40
$4-$8
$2-$4
$80
$5-$10
$2-$5
$100
$6-$12
$3-$6
$120


Limit Stud


Limit Structure
Antes (Antes/Force Bets)
BUY-IN (Minimum)
$2
$0/$2
$20
$2-$5
$0-$2
$40
$5-$10
$0-$2
$50


Dining

Dining

Circa 1925

Watch the excitement of live greyhound racing while enjoying the famous Circa 1925 Buffet at Derby Lane! Located on the 6 th Floor, our six-tiered restaurant offers a panoramic view of the Historic Derby Lane racetrack. The Matinee Buffet includes brunch and luncheon items such as crepes, waffles, soup, salad, and entre selections. The Evening Buffet includes a soup and salad bar, a variety of sides and other delectable entrees. You can top the night off with an after dinner coffee or favorite cocktail from your server, and pick your own treat at our brand new dessert bar. Servers will give evening customers 1 cluster of crab legs each. The clusters of crab legs are included in the buffet price. Additional clusters may be added. Best value in town.

Seating is limited to 2.5 hours. Reservations are recommended.

DINING DETAILS

You must be at least ten years of age. Reservations are strongly suggested. Walk-in seating is based on availability. Groups of more than 8 will be given one check, and may be seated on different levels.

Persons with a disability must travel by elevator through the kitchen to the seating area, and also up or down one floor to access restrooms. If you have a disability, please do not use the online reservation form. Instead,please call 727-812-3339 ext. 1 to make a reservation.

The Prohibition

Al Capone made his claim to this property during Prohibition in the 1920's. Now it's time for you to enjoy one of his "drinks!" Open Fridays at 5PM and Saturdays at 11AM.

Located on the 6th floor of the Derby Club building. 

Gallery Lounge

Located on the west side of the mezzanine, the Gallery Lounge is beautifully decorated and offering simulcast wagering, a casual menu selection, and premium cocktails. Be sure to ask your bartender or server for specials.

Hours

Sunday         Closed

Monday         11:30am- 4pm

Tuesday         Closed

Wednesday 11:30am- 11pm

Thursday         11:30am- 4pm

Friday                 5:00pm- 11pm

Saturday         11:30am- 11pm

Derby Club Four

Located on the fourth floor of the Derby Club, Derby Club Four boasts a casual menu featuring breakfast items, appetizers, and enjoyable lunch and dinner entrees that are sure to please any palate. This simulcast area offers wagering with over 50 large flat screen TVs throughout, including personal carrels. Derby Club Four opens Monday through Sunday at 11:30 a.m., and features daily specials.

Concession Stands

There are two concession stands located within the grandstand building.

Ground Level

The ground level concession stand is located outside, underneath the grandstand.

The menu includes pizza, hot dogs, and ice cream as well as other fan favorites. You won't miss a race if you are grabbing a snack here!

Open during all live performances.

Mezzanine

The Mezzanine concession stand is located on the third floor of the grandstand. This stand is open during all live racing performances. The Mezzanine is closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

This stand not only offers personal carrels, over 60 TV's throughout the room, and wagering, but also has a coffee and pastry counter, as well as a small concession stand with hot dogs and pitchers of beer.

Contact Us

Derby Lane 

Address

10490 Gandy Boulevard

St. Petersburg, FL 33702

MAIN LINE
(727) 812-3339

POKER

(727) 812-3339 ext. 214 

Tournaments: ext. 216

Email

socialmedia@derbylane.com

The Poker Room Hours
Monday: 10am - 4am
Tuesday: 10am - 4am
Wednesday: 10am - 4am
Thursday: 10am - 4am
Friday: Open at 10am
Saturday: 24 hours
Sunday: 24 hours

Live Matinee Racing Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday& Saturday at 12:30pm

Live Evening Racing Hours:

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm

No Live Racing on Sundays or Tuesdays