SunRay Park & Casino brings live horse racing to Farmington every Friday, Saturday, Sunday from May 3 to June 2, 2018 and Monday May 13th and May 20th. Post time is at 3:00 pm on Monday and Friday and 1:15 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Enjoy live horse racing at SunRay Park & Casino from May 3 to June 2, 2018. Monday and Friday post time is at 3:00pm, Saturdays and Sundays post time at 1:15pm. SunRay Park & Casino is located off Hwy. 64 between Farmington and Bloomfield.
The 2019 live racing season at SunRay Park and Casino begins on Friday, May 3, offering a daily purse structure expected to exceed $200,000. The Farmington, New Mexico based track will be running a boutique meet this season, consisting of 17 days of live racing, campaigning primarily on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This year’s unique meet will be presented through Sunday, June 2. Post times on Fridays and Mondays are 3 p.m. Mountain Standard Time. Racing on Saturdays and Sundays starts at 1:15 p.m. The ever popular, “Freaky Fast Fridays” consists of all Quarter Horse cards. Saturdays and Sundays offer both Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse action. Consecutive Monday cards on May 13 and May 20, will serve up all Thoroughbred programs. A pair of $50,000 stake races will set the tone for the new season, with the Animas Stakes opening up Quarter Horse festivities on Friday, May 3, followed on Saturday, May 4, by the 6 ½ furlong Inaugural Handicap. The $60,000 Foutz Distaff, also at six and one-half furlongs, completes opening weekend, highlighting Sunday’s card on May 5. World class two-year-old Quarter Horses will again be on display in the $100,000 estimated New Mexico Breeders’ Futurity and the $100,000 estimated Four Corners Futurity, both set to be contested on Sunday, June 2. On the Thoroughbred side, this year’s increases in stake purses will certainly generate interest in such events as the $60,000 Jack Cole handicap at one mile on Monday, May 13, the $60,000 Dine Stakes at six and one-half furlongs on Sunday, May 26 and the $75,000 San Juan County Commissioners’ Handicap at one and one-eighth miles on closing Sunday, June 2. 2019 will see SunRay Park again present it’s “Guest Paddock Host” program. Consisting of racing industry analysts from across the nation, the “Guest Paddock Host” program attempts to provide a myriad of handicapping angles and information, beneficial to both the on and off track patron.
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Location: Road 5568 & Hwy 64, between Farmington & BloomfieldLearn More »
At the very heart of Farmington you will find a beautiful system of trails nestled along the Animas River. Visitors can enjoy walking, running and biking along the trails and explore parks, playgrounds, the Riverside Nature Center and All Veterans Memorial year-round.Learn More »