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Saratoga Harness Information

Saratoga Casino and Raceway (formerly Saratoga Harness) is a 1/2-mile standardbred race track and racino located in Saratoga Springs, New York. Saratoga Casino and Raceway is not to be confused with the historic Saratoga thoroughbred race course, whose race track and backstretch stables are across the street from Saratoga Harness.

Saratoga Harness Track Info Harness Racing
Saratoga Springs, NY   US

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The Lowdown on Saratoga Harness Racing

The harness track has a 70+ year history in Saratoga, making it a younger sibling to the Saratoga Race Course, which dates back + years. There are many more ways in which the two horse racing venues differ. Our goal here is to make those differences clear.

harness race action

How long is the season for harness racing in Saratoga?

The racing season at the Saratoga harness track runs almost the entire year. The only month there's no harness racing is January, with harness racing starting up again in late February and running until mid-December. This is very different from Saratoga Race Course, where the racing season at Saratoga is only 40 days from mid-July through Labor Day.

Check out the harness racing calendar for more information »

When does the first race begin and the last one end?

Make sure to double check start times for each racing day at Saratoga Casino Hotel. Some days racing starts at p.m., while other days racing starts at p.m. There's about 20 minutes between each race.

What is the cost of admission?

Parking and admission are free. There are handicap accessible parking spaces in the parking lot, as well as ramps throughout the property. The casino also offers automatic doors for those patrons with special needs. Guests can enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, soda, juice, and water while they play on the gaming floor. Alcoholic beverages are available, but are not complimentary. Note: The harness track is currently not open to spectators.

Can children attend the harness races?

Children accompanied by an adult are allowed in the grandstand, lower clubhouse, outdoors on the track apron and in the mezzanine, where there is simulcast racing being broadcast. They are not allowed on the gaming floor of the casino. Note: The harness track is currently not open to spectators.

How do the casino and hotel figure into the harness track?

The Saratoga harness track is part of a large casino and room hotel complex called Saratoga Casino Hotel. Harness track guests can watch live races outdoors at the rail, in the lower clubhouse, up in the grandstand, or while dining at Lucky Joe's. Hotel guests can also watch from their rooms. Note: The harness track is currently not open to spectators.

What are the facilities like at the harness track?

The harness track is part of a larger campus at the Saratoga Casino Hotel. The track is accessed at the eastern end of the property, and is connected to the casino, which has several floor areas devoted to video gaming.

video gaming at Saratoga Casino-Hotel

The interior rooms at the track, casino, Vapor Night Club, bar areas, restaurants, and hotel are air-conditioned. There's a lot of room to roam and sample the different gaming, eating and people-watching action.

In addition to the Vapor Night Club, Saratoga Casino Hotel features Morton's, a top-tier steakhouse that serves premium steaks, pork chops, shrimp, lobster and a la carte side dishes. The bar at Morton's has a separate menu, with happy hour pricing for appetizers.

The viewing area for the harness track has an indoor section where there's betting windows, a bar area and tables. The outside seating close to the track rail has bench seating. The atmosphere is informal. Guests are free to bring their own food, including coolers. Note: The harness track is currently not open to spectators.

How do you place your bet?

In a typical year, the harness track offers teller-operated betting windows and self-service terminals. If you are using a teller-operated window, be sure to say the racetrack you wish to wager on, the race number, amount you wish to wager and what type of wager you want to make. Once you pay for your wager, you will receive the mutuel ticket(s) showing your wagers. Check your ticket prior to leaving the mutuel window.

Self-betting machines are also available throughout the gaming facility. These machines are easy to operate. Simply insert money, a betting voucher (purchased at a mutuel window) or a winning ticket and you're ready to bet. Be sure to remove your ticket when you have completed your wager.

Where can I place a bet on the harness race?

Note: The harness track is currently closed to spectators. Fans can wager remotely on the races through the online wagering platform, SaratogaBets.com, or on any other New York State approved online waging platform.

Saratoga Race Course vs. Saratoga Harness: Difference?

Saratoga Race Course on Union Avenue is where thoroughbred horses are raced during the annual summer meet. Jockeys sit on top of the horses racing at the flat track, which has dirt and turf courses.

At Saratoga Casino Hotel, the racing oval is a half of a mile around. It is dirt and home to harness racing and standardbred horses. This form of racing requires horses to maintain a certain gait, which is called a trot or a pace. Most North American harness racing is done in the pace gait. The drivers sit behind the horse in a two-wheeled carriage called a sulky.

Race horses at the Saratoga flat track start their race in a gate, which is released open once all the horses are settled. At the harness track, a motorized starting gate moves forward ahead of horses and their drivers already in motion. The gates then fold shut, the pace car leaves the track and then the harness race has started.

How do I get to the Harness Track?

From the South

Take I North to Exit 13N toward Saratoga Springs. Go north on US-9 and turn right onto Crescent Avenue.

From the North

Take I to Exit At the fork in the ramp take a right, follow Union Avenue past the Saratoga Race Course, and then turn left onto Nelson Avenue. Turn right onto Crescent Avenue at the 4-way stop, and Saratoga Casino Hotel is just ahead!

Sours: https://www.saratogaracetrack.com/saratoga-casino-hotel/harness-racing/track-faq/
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Saratoga Race Course Schedule

Editor's Note (6/17/21): The New York Racing Association (NYRA) has announced that Saratoga Race Course will re-open to fans at % capacity for the summer meet.

The racing schedule below indicates which days will feature live racing, and it also highlights some popular days like Whitney (August 7) and Travers (August 28).

Looking for the harness track racing schedule? You can find it here »

Interested in the schedule of special events at Saratoga Race Course? Check it out here »

NOTE: The following schedule is up-to-date as of PM on 2/19/ Please contact the New York Racing Association with any questions.

Week 1

  • Thursday, July 15 - GIII Quick Call and GIII Schuylerville

  • Friday, July 16 - GIII Forbidden Apple

  • Saturday, July 17 - GI Diana and GIII Sanford

  • Sunday, July 18 - Coronation Cup

  • Monday, July 19 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, July 20 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 2

  • Wednesday, July 21 - Rick Violette (NYB)

  • Thursday, July 22 - Stillwater (NYB)

  • Friday, July 23 - GIII Lake George

  • Saturday, July 24 - Caress and GI Coaching Club American Oaks

  • Sunday, July 25 - GIII Shuvee

  • Monday, July 26 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, July 27 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 3

  • Wednesday, July 28 - GII Honorable Miss Handicap and NYSSS Cab Calloway Division (R)

  • Thursday, July 29 - GI A.P. Smithwick Memorial (Steeplechase) and John Morrissey Handicap (NYB)

  • Friday, July 30 - Curlin (R)

  • Saturday, July 31 - GI Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap, GII Bowling Green, and GII Jim Dandy

  • Sunday, August 1 - GII Amsterdam

  • Monday, August 2 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, August 3 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 4

  • Wednesday, August 4 - NYSSS Statue of Liberty Division (R) and Shine Again (R)

  • Thursday, August 5 - Birdstone

  • Friday, August 6 - Alydar (R), GII National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame, and GIII Troy presented by Horse Racing Ireland

  • Saturday, August 7 - Whitney Day - Fasig Tipton Lure (R), GII Glens Falls, GI Longines Test, GI Whitney (BC), GI Saratoga Derby Invitational

  • Sunday, August 8 - GII Adirondack, Fasig Tipton De La Rose (R), and GIII Saratoga Oaks Invitational

  • Monday, August 9 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, August 10 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 5

  • Wednesday, August 11 - Evan Shipman Handicap (NYB) and Mahony

  • Thursday, August 12 - Saratoga Dew Handicap (NYB)

  • Friday, August 13 - Tale of the Cat (R)

  • Saturday, August 14 - GI Fourstardave Handicap (BC) and GII Saratoga Special presented by Miller Lite

  • Sunday, August 15 - Galway

  • Monday, August 16 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, August 17 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 6

  • Wednesday, August 18 - Bolton Landing

  • Thursday, August 19 - Union Avenue Handicap (NYB)

  • Friday, August 20 - Skidmore

  • Saturday, August 21 - Alabama Day - GI Alabama (BC), GII Lake Placid, and Smart N Fancy

  • Sunday, August 22 - Summer Colony (R)

  • Monday, August 23 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, August 24 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 7

  • Wednesday, August 25 - John's Call (R)

  • Thursday, August 26 - GI New York Turf Writers Cup Steeplechase and Riskaverse (R)

  • Friday, August 27 - Albany (NYB), Fleet Indian (NYB), Funny Cide presented by Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital (NYB), Seeking the Ante (NYB), West Point Handicap presented by Trustco Bank (NYB), and Yaddo Handicap (NYB)

  • Saturday, August 28 - Travers Day - GI Ballerina, GII Ballston Spa, GI Forego, GI H. Allen Jerkens Memorial, GI Personal Ensign (BC), GI Sword Dancer (BC), GI Travers

  • Sunday, August 29 - Better Talk Now (R)

  • Monday, August 30 - Dark: No Live Racing

  • Tuesday, August 31 - Dark: No Live Racing

Week 8

  • Wednesday, September 1 - GIII With Anticipation

  • Thursday, September 2 - P.G. Johnson

  • Friday, September 3 - Lucky Coin (R)

  • Saturday, September 4 - GI Flower Bowl (BC), GI Jockey Club Gold Cup (BC), GII Prioress, and GIII Saranac

  • Sunday, September 5 - GI Spinaway

  • Monday, September 6 - GII Bernard Baruch Handicap and GI Hopeful

PLEASE NOTE: Information up to date as of February These dates are subject to change.

Sours: https://www.saratogaracetrack.com/schedule/
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Saratoga Casino Hotel: Video Gaming & Harness Racing

Enjoy nonstop action and entertainment at Saratoga Casino Hotel. Stop by and discover the very best in live harness racing and casino games.

MORE INFO: General Information | Vapor Night Club | Morton's® The Steakhouse | Directions & Hours

Harness Racing

two harness racers

Live harness racing at Saratoga Casino Hotel is a popular Spa City attraction. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the track as the horses and their drivers prepare impatiently to begin. The anticipation peaks as the race kicks off and you cheer on your pick to grab the purse. Win or lose, the excitement is palpable!

Saratoga Casino Hotel has live racing scheduled on select dates 11 months out of the year. See the live racing calendar and plan your visit to Saratoga Casino Hotel accordingly.

You can also catch simulcast races at Saratoga Casino Hotel, including from any of the hotel rooms.

Casino Games

group of people in casino

Become part of the energy and excitement on the casino floor as you choose from over of the most popular gaming titles in the industry.

Saratoga Casino Hotel offers a full variety of games, including:

  • Video Poker
  • Slots (Over 1,)
  • Progressives
  • Keno
  • Electronic Table Games (Blackjack, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Craps)
  • A High Limit Area with Nefertiti, Triple Double Diamond, Wheel of Fortune and More

Admission and parking are free, and patrons must be 18 years of age or older to enter the gaming facility and to play the video gaming machines.

Sours: https://www.saratoga.com/hotspots/saratoga-casino-hotel/harness-racing-and-gaming/

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NYS law passed both houses of the Legislature. It is referred to as the NY Horse Slaughter Law. Its proponents seek to make responsible those connected with a horse who knowingly are involved in sending horses to slaughter and/or are transporting them for that purpose. Since all breed registry records will be used to locate the last owner and presumptively hold him/her responsible. It is recommended that everyone selling, transferring, bartering or gifting away a horse, notify the breed registry, since sometimes horses are sold to someone who does not re-register the horse with the breed registry and that horse may end up in a slaughterhouse somewhere.

NY’s Slaughter Law provides as follows:

No horse, mare, gelding, colt or filly shall be eligible to compete in any race, unless it is first microchipped and registered with the jockey club, United States trotting association, American quarter horse association, the national steeplechase and hunt association or such other entity, as applicable and as the commission may designate. The commission may request that all microchip information be provided and available to the commission as necessary pursuant to this chapter.

This law would take effect 01/01/ and is consistent with the current USTA rule requiring all horses to be microchipped ($35). Some states and tracks are reportedly refusing entries now, even in advance of the USTA deadline for micro chipping effective on 01/01/ The state law will be effective when signed into law and horsemen could be denied entry if they are not in compliance with state law or track regulations.

All horsemen should consider arranging for the insertion of the microchips ASAP. This is just a heads up as state law will govern participation in races in NYS and perhaps in other venues around the country.

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