Horse Racing at California’s county and district fairs is rich in tradition and history. With its roots established long before the turn of the century, horse racing and fairs have been synonymous over the years. Since the legalization of pari-mutual wagering in 1933, fair racing has gone through many changes and evolved into what we know it to be today.
The tradition continues at the Stanislaus County Fair at the Turlock Turf Club!
10am – 5pm: Wednesday through Sunday Closed *Mondays and Tuesdays *The Turf Club is open selected Mondays based on holiday schedules and racing schedules
Monday – Friday: Free Admission
Saturday & Sunday: $3.50
(Must be 18 to be admitted) California Horse Racing Board passes are recognized.
No on-site food sales. Vending machines are available and food can be brought in.
No Alcohol allowed.
Live via satellite, up to six tracks per day are broadcast at the Turlock Turf Club featuring racing from selected county fairs every June through October. In addition, the Turlock Turf Club broadcasts races year round from famous tracks around the United States.
Try your luck and have some fun! Bets are as low as $2!