Extreme racing returns to Remington Park

Remington Park is bringing back a charity event featuring extreme animal races after a two-year hiatus. April 24. “A day full of fun and entertainment, Extreme Racing is one of our most popular events of the season at Remington Park,” said Matt Vance, executive vice president of racing at Remington Park in the press release. “The event offers something for all ages as it builds awareness and support for the comprehensive nonprofit organizations that serve the people of our community.” Remington Park riders will ride Clydesdales, zebras, ostriches and camels, and non-profit organizations will be represented by one of the animals. The winning non-profit organization will get a trophy and an official photo in the winner’s circle. The press release also says that $3,000 in prize money will be split between the nonprofits. Live horse racing begins at 4:00 pm on April 24, with Extreme Racing taking place after races one, two, four and six. Below is a list of non-profit organizations that have partnered with Remington Park for Extreme Racing. Citizens Caring for ChildrenGood Shepard ClinicHorse and Hound Rescue FoundationOn Air SupportAutism OklahomaFreedom School Oklahoma City, IncWovenLifeFamily Awareness Community TeamworkOklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement ProgramKids Joining EternityPermanently Disabled Jockeys FundPositive Tomorrows”Extreme Racing is a great way for new racing fans to spend a day in Remington Park,” Vance said in the statement. “In just one day, people can see the fastest athletes in the nation, support Oklahoma charities by rooting for extreme animal races, experience great on-site entertainment and dining options. It’s a day well spent.” Click here to obtain more information. .

Remington Park is bringing back an extreme animal racing charity event after a two-year hiatus.

A press release says that animals such as camels, pigs, Clydesdales, ostriches and zebras will race down the homestretch of the race track between live American Quarterhorse races on April 24.

“A day full of fun and entertainment, Extreme Racing is one of our most popular events of the season at Remington Park,” Matt Vance, executive vice president of racing at Remington Park, said in the news release. “The event offers something for all ages as it builds awareness and support for the comprehensive nonprofit organizations that serve the people of our community.”

Remington Park riders will ride Clydesdales, zebras, ostriches and camels, and non-profit organizations will be represented by one of the animals. The winning non-profit organization will get a trophy and an official photo in the winner’s circle.

The press release also says that $3,000 in prize money will be split between the nonprofits.

Live horse racing begins at 4:00 pm on April 24, with Extreme Racing following races one, two, four and six.

Below is a list of non-profit organizations that have partnered with Remington Park for Extreme Racing.

  • Citizens who care for children
  • Good Shepherd Clinic
  • Horse and Dog Rescue Foundation
  • support in the air
  • autism oklahoma
  • Freedom School Oklahoma City, Inc.
  • tissuelife
  • Family Awareness Community Teamwork
  • Oklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement Program
  • Children joining eternity
  • Fund for Jockeys with Permanent Disabilities
  • positive mornings

“Extreme Racing is a great way for new racing fans to spend a day at Remington Park,” Vance said in the release. “In just one day, people can see the fastest athletes in the nation, support Oklahoma charities by rooting for extreme animal races, experience great on-site entertainment and dining options. It’s a day well spent.”

Click here for more information.

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