Ladbroke at the Meadows Horse Racing Track in Pennsylvania
Ladbroke at the Meadows is often called ‘one of Pittsburgh’s best kept secrets’ as none would assume that this pretty little racetrack could be quite so popular. The track opened in the 1960s and has since gained a reputation for being an outstanding harness racing facility. It has also become a central part of Pittsburgh’s professional sports scene.
Perhaps one of the best features of the Meadows is the fact that it is able to host racing on a year-round basis. With no break-period in the races held at the track, it hosts a number of special events every year. It can also take advantage of special events and holidays to draw even more patrons to the races. Ladbroke at the Meadows is home to some of the State’s richest harness stakes races such as the Coors Delvin Miller Adios Week which carries a $1,000,000 purse or the Adios Pace for the Orchids with its $500,000 purse.
This great track, located in the Meadow Lands area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, not only features live harness racing but also enjoys simulcast TV coverage of all the major races in the country. Admission to the facility and parking are free, but bring some cash as there is plenty to spend it on. The dining at the track is great and you can choose between carefully prepared meals and canteen snacks.
What’s more, Ladbroke at the Meadows is situated right next to Meadow Lands so you can combine all the fantastic excitement of harness racing with great shopping, dining and entertainment. Visitors often enjoy the climate-controlled atmosphere and there is certainly no shortage of things to do and see regardless of your age. It is as if you are engulfed by a completely self-sufficient, family-orientated town. In fact, The Meadows and Meadow Lands has become so popular that people keep coming back for more.