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There are many different ways to experience the complex world of horse racing. Whether you prefer the thrill of the track, the peacefullness of the farm, the history lessons of a museum, or the comfort of your own home - horse racing has something for you.

the track

If you love the thundering sound of hooves pounding down the racetrack and the rush of a stretch battle, visiting the racetrack is for you. You can see the magic of the horses up close, enjoy delicious food and drinks, and cash winning tickets at any track near you. Click the button below for a list of all racetracks in the United States.

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the farm

Farm tours are perfect for the racing fan looking to get up close and personal with the horses. See top-notch stallions, feed mares, and learn about the incredible world of Thoroughbred breeding. You may even meet a future Kentucky Derby winner! Many farms in Kentucky offer tours through Horse Country Inc. Other farms across the country welcome visitors that schedule a tour with them through phone or email. 


History lovers will enjoy the many horse racing museums around the country. Saratoga Springs, New York hosts the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame. The Kentucky Horse Park is home to the International Museum of the Horse. Travelers to Louisville, Kentucky can visit the Kentucky Derby Museum


at home

Horse racing can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home. Watch the races on television or stream them on Youtube or your favorite wagering app. You can even throw parties for racing's biggest events. Get inspired with Kentucky Derby party ideas at the link!

hall of champions

Famous Thoroughbred and Standardbred horses reside at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. See them during the Hall of Champions presentation and take a walk around the rest of the park to experience even more horse and horse racing related fun. 

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