Can you believe that Ellis Park Racing has been a part of the Tri-State for 100 years? The facility has certainly grown over those years, and it's open every day of the year. We are giving you a very special opportunity to celebrate with Ellis Park!

 State of the Art Facility

Open 365 days a year, Ellis Park Racing accommodates all horse racing enthusiasts. The newly remodeled first floor of the Clubhouse features 179 Instant Racing Machines, 30+ Flat Screen TVs, a state-of-the-art simulcasting center, and a brand new bar area. The restaurant Lucky Joe's Bar & Grill provides tasty meals and drinks, from burgers to hotdogs.
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Host Your Next Event at Ellis Park

Ellis Park Racing offers event services too. Host any event with up to 400 people. Perfect for reunions, wedding receptions, company picnics, birthdays, and meetings.
Don't miss any of the action with the Ellis Park calendar.

Got Merch?

Oh yes, Ellis Park has a special shop called The Emporium. It is full of super cool shirts and swag for every racing fan.

Every Wednesday through race season (The final winner is drawn on August 24, 2022) You have a chance to win 4 tickets to the Sky Theatre at Ellis Park.

  • Congrats to Jarod! Winner of passes for Sunday, August 28, 2022!
  • The tickets are date specific - If you win on 8/24 your tickets will be valid for 8/28.

 If you’re looking for a spectacular view, you’ll want to check out the Sky Theatre. Situated high above the grandstands, the Sky Theatre showcases views of the entire Ellis Park track.

*This contest is over for the season.


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