The 27-day Belmont fall meet, including 38 stakes worth $5.58 million in purse money, will kick off on Friday, September 18 and run through Sunday, November 1.
New York state currently requires all racetracks to operate without spectators in attendance to combat the spread of COVID-19. NYRA will issue updated guidance regarding COVID-19 health and safety protocols for jockeys, trainers and owners in the near future.
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Here, the ground shakes as horses thunder by. This prime location has 10 picnic areas that seat 48 patrons each, with two charcoal grills in each section. Guests bring their own picnic fixings, or select from our drop-off menus or BBQ buffets. With plenty of room and rail-side access, Top of the Stretch is a sure bet.
Traditional and classic, this private club on the fourth floor offers a bird’s eye view of the track. Ideal for large parties, the exclusive accommodations and atmosphere within the Turf & Field Club make a comfortable hub for sophisticated fans. This premier space offers a bank of private mutuel windows, a beautiful bar, and several flat-screen televisions throughout the room.
The Turf & Field Club is a private room that opens into tiered seating shared with the Garden Terrace.
This exclusive room is on the second floor of the clubhouse inside our storied Belmont Room where celebrities, officials and other luminaries converge. Propped above the finish line, this VIP section overlooks the Winner’s Circle. The West Wing is a private space with a shared buffet located inside the Belmont Room.
The West Wing is a private space with a shared buffet located inside the Belmont Room.
This climate-controlled tent located in the backyard has a private view of the paddock and comes equipped with its own betting windows, flat- screen televisions, restrooms and a private entrance adjacent to the silver preferred parking lot. Come race-time, guests have the ability to join the crowds out front, or watch from private televisions in the tent. The Marquee Tent is a private space.
Cinematic in scope, the Garden Terrace boasts tiered, trackside seating and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the entire Belmont Park oval from the top floor. Aside from panoramic views of the Finish line, this temperature-controlled venue also has a monitor on every table, designated seating to accommodate parties of all sizes and easy access to wagering machines, betting windows and restrooms. The Garden Terrace is a shared space.
Located near the paddock, this partially covered space in the backyard has multiple television screens for easy viewing of the races. Bring a picnic or order from one of our BBQ buffets or drop-off menus.
Exclusively available at the Top of the Stretch and Paddock Terrace (14 days notice required).
Group leaders are responsible for communicating the dress code to their guests. NYRA will not be responsible in any way for guests who are unable to attend event due to non-compliant dress. Guests not in compliance with the dress codes detailed below will not be permitted access to the respective room.
Garden Terrace, Marquee Tent and Turf & Field
Top of The Stretch and Paddock Terrace
ADA SEATING: The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) strives to provide wheelchair and companion seating to our fans requiring accessible seating. Accessible seating is located throughout the Clubhouse and Grandstand of Belmont Park. Orders are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to availability. Please visit Ticketmaster.com or call 844-NYRA-TIX for more information.
*** ALL SEATING AND HOSPITALITY TICKETS INCLUDE ADMISSION. ***
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