$ 2 Dollar Day Friday. Free Sweatshirts On Saturday. Sunday Fiesta Day
You don’t have to spend Thanksgiving weekend fighting the crowds at the malls. That’s why we have Amazon, gift cards at supermarkets, and Turf Paradise. Because after eating half your body weight in turkey and trimmings it’s time to get out of the house and get to the track for a weekend of fun for you, your family, and those relatives who are staying with you longer than you expected.
Turf Paradise has three days of exciting and inexpensive family fun. And we’re giving away free sweatshirts.
$2 Day Friday November 23rd
It’s the day after Thanksgiving. There’s no law that says you have to spend it shopping for stuff you don’t want or need. What you need to do is spend the day at Turf Paradise for $2 Day. There’s a full card of live local horseracing where you can watch, wager and win. Grandstand admission is $2 Friday. So are hotdogs, popcorn, soda, and ice cream. Kids 16 and under get in free. General parking is free. There’s also $2 draft beer, $2 wine, $4 Vodka drinks and a live DJ.
Family Fun Day November 24th
There’s no need to spend the Saturday after Thanksgiving cooped up in your home arguing politics with your brother-in-law. Spread the warmth instead with a free sweatshirt. Grandstand admission is $3. Kids 16 and under get in free and the first 4,000 paid admissions get a free Turf Paradise sweatshirt. There’s a full card of live horse racing featuring The Queen of the Green Stakes and the Walter Cluer Memorial Stakes. There’s also live music and a kids fun park with bounce house inflatables. Plus $3 aluminum bottle beer.
Sunday Fiesta Day November 25th
It’s the Sunday after Thanksgiving and your thanksgiving leftovers have been reduced to a turkey neck, half a wing, and a slab of green bean casserole that seems to have changed color. Why not celebrate the last day of the holiday at Turf Paradise for Fiesta Sunday where you can enjoy Mexican food and drink specials and live Mexican music. Grandstand admission is just $5 and kids 16 and under get in free. There will be a full card of live horse racing, including some of the best quarter horse racing in the southwest.
Turf Paradise General Manager Vince Francia said, “A cold beer, a warm breeze, and red hot horseracing. What better way to spend Thanksgiving weekend?”
Turf Paradise opened its doors in 1956 and has operated at the same location (19th Avenue and Bell) ever since making it Arizona’s first sports franchise.