HomeDealsA Day at the Races: A Slideshow About Rillito Park Racetrack
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Watch this slideshow and learn about the Historic Rillito Park Racetrack and see why it should continue. The first woman jockey in America rode her first race at Rillito. The first use of photo finishes and the birthplace of the quarter horse was at Rillito Park.
Join in the effort to save the Racetrack from becoming more Soccer Fields. Don't get me wrong, I like soccer, but like the Convention Center, we must not erase our historic past in building for the future. Support the Racetrack in building a secure future for it.
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Neck n NeckRillito Park Racetrack is not Santa Anita or Churchill Downs. For one thing it's a lot smaller, which is a good thing if it's the horses and the races that matter most. No one goes to Rillito to make a fashion statement. Rillito is a historic country racetack in the midst of a bustling urban environment.
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