The Meadows Racetrack
The Meadows Racetrack, located in Washington, Pennsylvania, opened in 1963 and was the first paramutuel horse racing track in Western Pennsylvania. The track offers eight months of harness racing.
The Meadows Race Track Layout
The Meadows features a 5/8 mile oval with no inner rail. The original racing surface was a synthetic, but after a few years was changed to traditional stone dust.
Track History & Facts
The Meadows was originally operated by the Washigton Trotting Association, an organization that was purchased in 1973 by a group that included legendary local trainer and driver, Delvin Miller. The Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids is the most prestigious stakes race at the track, and a statue of Miller's outstanding sire, Adios, is located at the track entrence.
In 1983, The Meadows launched a Call A Bet service, and began providing a live feed from the track to local cable TV, allowing fans to watch and wager from home.
The casino for slot machines was opened in 2007, and in 2010 table games were added. The casino complex also includes a 24-lane bowling alley.
The Meadows Betting Odds
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