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Lincoln Race Course

Racing

Horse racing is one of the most widely attended spectator sports in America. In 1989, over 50 million people attended 8,000 days of racing and wagered over $9 billion. Horse racing is also a popular sport in Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, the Middle East, South America and Australia. Betting today at American tracks is done under the pari-mutuel system where a fixed percentage of the amount wagered goes to the track for expenses. The projected payoffs are continuously calculated by the track's computers and displayed as “odds.” Read more...

Dining

Lincoln Race Course offers a unique menu with a wide variety of food choices. From specialty sandwiches and burgers, to a delicious and tender Prime Rib Dinner, or a “build your own” specialty pizza or flatbread...there is something for everyone. We also offer gluten-free and vegetarian options, along with a full bar serving your favorite beverages. Come out and enjoy the fun! Read more...

EVENTS

There are few American sporting events with the history and popularity of the Kentucky Derby. It is the longest running sporting event in the United States, dating back to 1875. It is often referred to as “The Run for the Roses” and has continuously produced “the most exciting two minutes in sports.” Its rich traditions – sipping a mint julep, donning a beautiful hat, and joining fellow race fans in singing “My Old Kentucky Home” – transcend the Kentucky Derby from just a sporting event, making it a celebration of southern culture and a true icon of Americana. Don’t miss out on this great tradition. Table Reservations begin March 1. Read more...