Tickets for 2023 Saratoga Summer Meet on Sale March 22

March 21, 2023

Off and racing last summer at Saratoga (NYRA/Coglianese)

NYRA Press Office

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.— Thoroughbred racing fans will have the opportunity to purchase season tickets to Saratoga Race Course for the 2023 summer meet beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 22.

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced that full-season ticket plans, including admission and reserved seats for the entire 40-day meet, will be available for purchase online through NYRA.com. Fans may access the Saratoga Virtual Venue seating map to digitally preview seat locations and sightlines before purchasing their season tickets, which come bundled with admission.

“The start of spring likely has horseracing fans dreaming of warmer temperatures in anticipation of summer days at Saratoga,” said NYRA Vice President, Sales and Hospitality, Kevin Quinn. “Fans can lock in the best seating selection for all 40 days of the meet with a season ticket to Saratoga Race Course.”

Highlighted by the 154th renewal of the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers on August 26 and the Grade 1, $1 million Whitney on August 5, the 40-day summer meet will open on Thursday, July 13 and continue through Monday, September 4. Following the four-day opening weekend, racing will be conducted five days a week, Wednesdays through Sundays, apart from closing week, when the 2023 summer meet will conclude on Labor Day.

Weekly reserved seat plans will go on sale during the week of April 10 and single day reserved seats can be purchased beginning the week of May 8.

Partial space group hospitality reservations for venues including The Rail at the 1863 Club and the Mionetto Easy Goer will be accepted beginning Thursday, March 23.

Season admission passes, which provide admission at a deep discount for all 40 days of the summer meet, will go on sale in April.

For more information about Saratoga Race Course, visit NYRA.com/Saratoga.

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