Belmont Park Information
Here is some information on Belmont Park. We hope you find it useful and we encourage you to visit this beautiful park with your family and friends.
There are three different general phone numbers for the New York Racing Association that correspond to race meetings at the three different racetracks operated by The NYRA.
Belmont Park is a 430-acre racetrack in Elmont, N.Y. There are two race meetings at Belmont Park in 2014: the 56-day Spring/Summer meeting will be from April 26 to July 14; and the 37-day Fall Championship meeting will be from Sept. 7 to Oct. 27. Belmont Park is the home of the 146th Running of the Belmont Stakes on Saturday June 7, 2014.
BELMONT PARK 2014 SPRING/SUMMER MEET
Post times: 1 p.m. daily;
Belmont Stakes Day, Saturday, June 7
BELMONT PARK 2014 FALL CHAMPIONSHIP MEET
Post time: 1 p.m. daily
|BELMONT BY THE NUMBERS|
Main Course: 1 1/2 Miles
Parking Gates Open: 10:45 a.m. daily
General Parking: $2; Belmont Stakes Day: $10
Preferred Parking: $4; Belmont Stakes Day: $25
Valet Parking: $6; No valet parking on Belmont Stakes Day
Handicapped parking is available near the Clubhouse and Grandstand.
Courtesy Shuttle Bus service is available from all general parking areas.
Gates Open at 11 a.m.
Elegant attire has long been a tradition at Belmont Park. Ladies and Gentlemen who honor this tradition are always appreciated.
Gentlemen: Suits or sports jackets (tie optional).
Ladies: Dresses, skirts or slack outfits. Absolutely no shorts or jeans.
Garden Terrace Restaurant
Elegant attire is recommended: Gentlemen should wear suits or sports jackets. Ladies should wear dresses, skirts or pant suits. No jeans, shorts or abbreviated wear is permitted.
Business casual is acceptable attire: Gentlemen are required to wear collared shirts. Suits or sports jackets are optional. No jeans, shorts or abbreviated wear permitted. Management reserves the right to use its discretion to determine acceptable attire.
Exception: On Belmont Stakes Day, Saturday, June 11, 2005, the following Dress Code applies in the Garden Terrace: Gentlemen are required to wear suits or sports jackets; Ladies are required to wear dresses, skirts or pant suits.
Proper attire at discretion of management. No abbreviated attire. Gentlemen may not wear tank tops.
Fans may bring coolers into the backyard of the grandstand at Belmont Park. Coolers will not be allowed in any other area at the track. Glass containers will not be allowed to be brought into the track. As in the past, fans can bring in coolers containing cans or plastic bottles.
All coolers will be subject to search by NYRA security.
No coolers of any kind will be permitted in the buildings, including all seating areas, or on the apron of the track.
Fans with coolers should enter the track at either the paddock or west end admission gates. Coolers will not be allowed through the clubhouse gate.
NOTE: On Belmont Stakes Day, Saturday, June 9, 2007, no alcoholic beverages of any kind will be permitted to be brought into the facility. The restriction regarding alcohol has been enacted in the interest of patron safety and in an attempt to make sure that people drink responsibly.
Thoroughbred Action, the half-hour race-replay show, or Inside Racing, the weekly half-hour magazine show, are broadcast daily on Fox Sports New York.
Thoroughbred Action replays races and shows results and payoffs for each New York raceday.
Inside Racing includes timely features and races of the week; it is broadcast on nonracedays during the month.
New York Racing Association
PO Box 90
Jamaica NY 11417
|BELMONT STAKES RESERVED SEATS|
Reserved Seat Applications for the 140th running of the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 7th, 2008, will be available as soon as a final agreement to continue our franchise is reached with the legislature.
Anyone who applied for Belmont Stakes seats last year through the lottery system will automatically be sent an application for the 2008 Belmont Stakes. If you did not participate in the Belmont Stakes reserved seat lottery last year, or if you have changed your mailing information, the Reserved Seat Application Form will be available to download from the website, or you can request that an application be mailed to you by e-mailing email@example.com. If you choose the latter, please be sure to give us your complete mailing address, not just your email address.
Thank you in advance for your patience and thank you for your continued interest and support of NYRA’s leg of the Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes.
For more information, call (718) 641 -4700 x732.
General admission on Belmont Stakes Day is $10; Clubhouse Admission is $20. General parking on Belmont Stakes Day is $10; Preferred Parking is $25.
|HOTELS AND MOTELS|
The Long Island Convention and Visitor Bureau can be an invaluable resource. Call them at:
Or go online to licvb.com.
Graded Stakes Races
Del Mar: Tranquility Lake S, $80,000, 3&up f&m, 8f
Saratoga: With Anticipation S (G2), $200,000, 2yo, 8.5...
Woodbine: Algoma S, $125,000, 3&up f&m, 8.5f
Woodbine: Elgin S, $125,000, 3&up c&g, 8.5f
Woodbine: Halton S, $125,000, 3&up, 8f
Woodbine: Kenora S, $125,000, 3&up, 6f
Woodbine: Muskoka S, $200,000, 2yo f, 6.5f
Woodbine: Simcoe S, $200,000, 2yo c&g, 6.5f
Saratoga: Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords S, $75,000, 4&up f&m...
Saratoga: P.G. Johnson S, $100,000, 2yo f, 8.5f
Del Mar: I'm Smokin S, $150,000, 2yo, 6f
Saratoga: Evan Shipman S, $100,000, 3&up, 9f