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Oaklawn Park is an American thoroughbred racetrack in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is the home to The Racing Festival of the South. In 2009, the Horseplayers Association of North America ranked Oaklawn Park #9 out of 65 Thoroughbred racetracks in North America. Oaklawn has a full barn area with 1,500 runners and an average 9.26 starters. In 2013, Oaklawn will host 32 stakes.
On February 24, 1905, Oaklawn presented its first racing card before a crowd of 3,000 that turned out after Hot Springs Mayor John Belding declared a half-day holiday for the city. The first race at the new track was won by Duelist, owned by John W. Schorr, a prominent Memphis sportsman, and since that time, Oaklawn has evolved into one of the premier race meets in the country. Best known as the home of the Racing Festival of the South and Arkansas Derby, the track has played host to some of the biggest names in the sport including champions Temperence Hill, Cigar, Curlin, Paseana, Azeri, Tiffany Lass, Smarty Jones, Afleet Alex, Rachel Alexandra, Lookin At Lucky, Blind Luck and Zenyatta.
In 2008, Oaklawn began undergoing a new $3 million dollar addition, that includes new casino-style slot machines, poker tables, and an all new instant racing complex that has been popular since its inception in 2003. The addition will become the largest gaming facility in the state of Arkansas.
January - April
Thursday - Sunday
1:30 pm weekdays and Sundays
1 pm Saturdays
DD - First 2 and last 2 races.
Ex and Tri all races
Superfecta - races 4, 6 and last race
Pick 3 - races 4, 5 and 7 on 9-race cards
races 4, 5, 6 and 8 on 10-race cards
Pick 4 - last 4 races
Classix - Race 3
Win, place, and show: 17%
All exotic wagers: 21%
Oaklawn Park Race Track
PO Box 699
Hot Springs, AR 71902
2705 Central Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901
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