Video boards unveiled at Oklahoma City’s Remington Park
From Staff Reports •
Published: March 4, 2011
/articleid/3545776/1/pictures/1377479"> Racing fans will see new high-definition video boards today at Remington Park. Photos Provided by Remington Park
“However, we had many dedicated construction crews and track officials working diligently to ensure our patrons would be treated to this phenomenal display during Opening Weekend of Quarter Horse racing season.”
Other improvements completed since the closing of Thoroughbred season in December include upgrades to the Clubhouse level, remodeling of the pari-mutuel windows, addition of more spectator-viewing areas, and installment of wainscoting and natural wood accents, flat-screen televisions, and trendy lounge furniture. On Track level, a new dining option featuring Mexican foods has been added.
A vacant area on the Casino level has been remodeled into Fortunes Suite, a multilevel suite with a private bar, dining and bistro tables along with a direct view of the racetrack and access to the gaming floor.
Remington Park celebrated its first year under Global Gaming Solutions management with a $14-million increase in pari-mutuel handle during both Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred seasons in 2010. Combined wagers on horses for the two seasons rose from $59,863,954 in 2009 to $73,935,016.