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    Parx Racing Racetrack

    Our Racebook offers secure online horse betting for Parx Racing Racetrack daily.
    Racetrack information, active races and results can be found on this page.

    Racetrack Information

    Racing Dates: All Year

    Max per Race Payout: US$ 10,000

    Main track (dirt): 1 mile, oval with 7 furlong and 1 1/4 chutes

    Length of stretch from last turn to finish line: 974 ft

    Turf: 7 furlongs, oval with 1/ 1/8 chute
    Parx Racing Racetrack

    Graded Races At Parx Racing

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    About Parx Racing Racetrack

    You may know Parx Racing and Casino in Bensalem, Pennsylvania (part of the Greater Philadelphia area) better by its former name, Philadelphia Park. Or you may even remember it as Keystone Racetrack from its opening in 1974. Either way, you’re looking at one of the most important thoroughbred racing sites in North America.

    Parx Racing took its name in 2010, four years after the casino side of operations first opened its doors. The racetrack includes a one-mile dirt oval (sand, clay and loam) and a seven-furlong turf track that was built in 1984 after the facility changed hands and was re-christened Philadelphia Park. The new owners also put the Phonebet system in place.

    Each change in ownership brought new advancements in betting, from full-card simulcasting in 1990 to the switch to TVG Network in 2010. But it was the new casino with its 3,300 slot machines that made it possible for Parx Racing to turn the Grade 2 Pennsylvania Derby (nine furlongs, dirt, 3 year-olds) into one of the bigger prep races for the Breeders' Cup. The Derby is now run on the last Saturday of September with a purse of $1 million.

    The Derby’s not the only seven-figure purse on the calendar. Running the same day is the Grade 1 $1-million Cotillion Stakes (8.5 furlongs, dirt) for 3-year-old fillies. Five Eclipse Award horses have won the Cotillion; 1972 winner Susan’s Girl would go on to claim 24 stakes races in total, including the 1972 Kentucky Oaks and the Delaware Handicap in 1973 and 1975.