Share the excitement this summer at Saratoga Race Track!
Join your friends from CDARPO for “Breakfast at the Track” (Sun)day, August 14, 2016.?
Breakfast at the Track is a favorite Saratoga tradition and is fun for the whole family.
The all-you-can-eat Breakfast buffet is served?from 7am to 9:30 am.?
(They stop refilling around?9:10am)
Sit trackside or under the canopy and watch the horses warm-up.
The cost is $17.95 for adults, $9.95 for kids aged 3-12
This is a pay-your-own-way event – you pay your own entrance fees at the gate.
You can also take a free “Backstretch Tour” of the behind-the-scenes activity at the track.
Watch the horses being groomed, see where the jockeys live, and more.
The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and involves a fair amount of walking, so wear comfortable shoes.
The trams leave every 15 minutes from the circle adjacent to the breakfast entrance.
(Strollers are not allowed on the trams.)
The first tour leaves?at 7:30, and the last one?at 9:00.
After breakfast, you can choose to stay at the track for the races, stroll downtown, check out one of the 6 museums, Skidmore College, Yaddo Gardens, Victoria Pool, or a myriad of other attractions.
We plan to meet rain or shine.
(Most of the breakfast seating area is covered).
We will begin assembling at 7:00am at the gate, then going into the buffet as a group shortly after. If you come later, simply look for us in the eating area.
RSVP appreciated but not required.
Send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us how many to expect and if you plan on meeting us at 7:00am or after.
Again, this is a pay-your-own-way event. Do not send CDARPO any money – pay at the gate.
Take Northway Exit?14, Union Avenue.
Follow the red and white signs for “Breakfast Parking”, entering at the Main Gate at the traffic light at East Avenue.
Pay $15 for prime parking, but you get a full refund if you leave by?10am.
Free on-street parking is usually plentiful on East Avenue in the morning.
Free parking is available in other track lots if you don’t mind a bit of walking.
Thank you to Dan Malsan for this idea and doing all the research for us.
Hope to see you there!! Bring your biggest appetite!!