Eligible Oklahoma-bred horses competing at Remington Park now contend for even more money as an increase in purse supplements has been approved.
The Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma (TRAO) has authorized an increase of 10-percent in purse supplements to eligible Oklahoma-breds competing in all races at Remington Park.
“Remington Park is pleased to announce this specific increase of Oklahoma-bred purse fund distribution by 10-percent, available in open company and Oklahoma-bred races,” said Matt Vance, vice-president of racing and wagering at Remington Park. “We’re proud of our relationship with Oklahoma’s horsemen and the achievements we’ve all made over the years. This increase is proof of our ongoing commitment to grow racing at Remington Park as we work with the TRAO to achieve these goals.”
The increase for Oklahoma-bred purse supplements is now in place.
Remington Park was honored to host the 2014 National Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (HBPA) Summer Convention last weekend, entertaining delegates from around the country.
Remington Park’s 2014 Thoroughbred Season continues until December 14, operating on a normal weekly basis with racing Wednesday thru Saturday nights at 7pm-central.