Horsemen's Park, located in Omaha, Nebraska opened on January 3, 1998. It is unique in that it is the only TRA track owned by a Horsemen's Group. Upon the closing of Omaha's Ak-Sar-Ben race track in 1996, the Nebraska Horsemen's Benevolent Association, under the leadership of Robert E. Lee, decided to build a new track and simulcast facility in Omaha to help preserve live racing in Nebraska. The inaugural live race meet was run in July, 1998.
Acclaimed as one of the finest simulcast facilities in the country, Horsemen's Park has a seating capacity of 3,000 and over 700 televisions. Through a revenue and purse sharing agreement with the four other tracks in Nebraska, the goal of preserving live racing in the state has been achieved. View our simulcast schedules.
Thoroughbred handicapping is the art of predicting horses who have the greatest chance of winning a race, and profiting from these predictions at the horse races. The Daily Racing Form (DRF), a newspaper-style publication, is an important tool of the handicapper or horseplayer. The Daily Racing Forms and Programs are available for purchase at the information window, located inside the west entrance.
There are a wide variety of ways to play Keno. Pick your favorite numbers, write them in on your keno sheet, in a variety of different games. Pick your amount of bet and take your keno sheet and money to the keno writer window. There are Keno Booklets on the tables for your convenience to learn how to play your favorite games.