Lone Star Park Horse Racing, Dallas

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1000 Lone Star Parkway 972-263-RACE

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    Lone Star Park Horse Racing

    by msbrandysue Updated Jul 23, 2007

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    Isn't it huge and beautiful?
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    A BEAUTIFUL race park with an even more impressive simultcast building. Prices for food can be a pretty penny but find a night where there are $1 drinks or cheap beer. The night we went even had live music in between the races. As long as you don't gamble away your vacation money then it really is a nice night out.

    General Parking $3.00
    Valet $More
    Programs $2.75

    There are nicer seats upstairs but you pay more for those. I actually had more fun being on the general admission grounds and listening to the music, walking around, etc.

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    LoneStar Park

    by Cherie_J Written Feb 25, 2003

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    A variety of levels in the Grandstand include the Track level, Clubhouse levels (levels two and four), and two levels of Suites. The fourth-floor Clubhouse level features 1,000 seats for terraced dining, a Jockey Club and a Paddock Lounge for 125 people overlooking the saddling paddock area. Two additional levels of the Grandstand provide space for administrative offices and press box facilities, respectively.

    The Grandstand also includes themed concession areas, bars, racing information areas, a first aid facility and gift shops. The audio/video system features over 600 television monitors and a giant screen Sony Jumbotron in the infield. In addition to the Grandstand, there are outdoor areas from which patrons can watch the races, including outdoor reserved stadium style seating and unreserved bench seating on the apron between the Grandstand and the racetrack

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