Will Rogers Downs Horse Racing Track in Oklahoma

Will Rogers Downs, located in Claremore, Oklahoma, is the state's best racino offering year-round entertainment and excitement. Now known as Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs, this fantastic racing track features 42 days of thrilling thoroughbred, quarter, appaloosa and paint horse racing in Oklahoma and from all around the country. With live racing, top simulcasting facilities and casino gaming fun, Will Rogers Downs offers racegoers an all-round experience.

During Will Rogers Downs’ racing season, from February to May, top racing horses and jockeys can be seen speeding down the 1 mile racetrack. In addition to the main track, the establishment has a 1/2 mile training track. Seat yourself on one of the grandstand’s 2,700 seats for a day of racing adventure, or at the Turf Club which provides a further 400 seats for racegoers. The thundering of hooves, the grace of glistening muscled bodies and the thrill of victory, make horse racing one of the most popular sports around. Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs has 600 stables for the many exquisite steeds that are put through their paces in some of the most eagerly awaited races in the State. Horse Lovers do not want to miss out on Will Rogers Downs brilliant racing calendar.

Over and above the top class racing meets held at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs, the establishment offers year-round racing thrills with over 100 simulcast televisions. Simulcasting rooms provide racegoers with the opportunity to view and wager on renowned racing events held throughout the United States of America. Patrons can also try their hand at the racino’s gaming action on casino video poker and electronic games. Open 7 days of the week there is always something going on at Will Rogers Downs. Dog Iron Saloon provides sumptuous meals along with dancing and live entertainment, and a great hotel means that patrons can slip into a comfortable bed straight after a day of betting and partying. Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs really has it all.

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