Oklahoma Horse Racing

Oklahoma Horse Racing

Horse racing in Oklahoma has been a part of the history of the state for many years. The state has three racetracks and while primarily the racing is Thoroughbred racing, there is also Quarter Horse racing as well as races for Appaloosas and registered Paint horses. The Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse breeding industries are supported by the various racetracks and all of the tracks offer incentives for horses bred in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Race Tracks

Remington Park

Remington Park opened in 1988 and offers a diverse racing product. From March through June, the track hosts a meet for Quarter Horses and mixed breeds which includes the colorful Appaloosas and Paint horses. Thoroughbred racing begins in August and runs through December. During the Thoroughbred meet, the track hosts the $400,000 Oklahoma Derby which holds Grade 3 status.

Will Rogers Downs

Will Rogers Downs has a one-mile dirt track and is another track that supports several different breeds of racehorses. In the Fall, Quarter Horses and mixed breed races are featured from September to November. In the Spring, the focus is on the Thoroughbred meet which is conducted from March through May. The track hosts several stakes races for Thoroughbreds.

Fair Meadows at Tulsa

Live racing is held at Fair Meadows, which is located at the Expo Square Fair Grounds, from the beginning of June until the end of July each year. The track hosts Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse and mixed breed races and has modest stakes races for each breed. 


Bet Oklahoma Horse Racing Online!

If you're just too busy to get out to the track, you can still wager on Oklahoma racing through the convenience of an online racebook account. 

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* REMINDER! - you must be of legal age in your state or province to legally wager on thoroughbred or harness horse racing. Please bet responsibly!