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How to Get Tickets to the Breeders’ Cup®

By Darragh Farrelly August 31, 2016

Simply put, the ultimate test of a thoroughbreds’ credentials comes in the shape of the Breeders’ Cup, which kicks off November 4th at Santa Anita Park in California. For the ninth time in its thirty-three-year history, the Breeders’ Cup, the world’s biggest international showcase of horse racing talent will return to the West coast. With a total purse of over $28 million on offer over two days of top class racing, the one real question that remains is: How do I get tickets to the Breeders’ Cup? Fear not, we’ve got you covered!

Our Ticket Packages Are a Winner!

American_Pharaoh.jpgThirteen races will feature between November 4th and 5th. With one of our Official Ticket Packages, you will be guaranteed VIP Access with private secure entrances, in-track hospitality, party venues on race days and celebrity meet-and-greets. What sets us apart from our competitors is our ticket security: each and every one of the tickets comes directly from Breeders’ Cup Limited, no risk of fraud gives our customers peace of mind from the get-go! Early shipping will ensure your Official Ticket Package arrives a few weeks before the event!

Located on the third floor of the main grandstand, our Chandelier Room package gives fans breathtaking views of the entire track with access to an outdoor terrace overlooking the finish line. Our hospitality includes private, covered viewing terrace, premium open bar, continental breakfast, lunch and snacks, private wagering facilities, simulcast TV coverage and private restrooms.

Our Turf Club Box Seats are open-aired which are located in front of the 16th pole with unrestricted views of the home stretch and finish line. A premium open bar continental breakfast, lunch and snacks and simulcast TV coverage will be on hand for race-goers to enjoy!

Club Terrace views of the break from the gate, the first turn and finish line are particularly popular with the most ardent of race fans. A cash bar, plated meal, private wagering facilities and private restrooms make it the place to be to get a complete view of the world’s best thoroughbreds as they race around the Santa Anita track.

The third-floor mezzanine is where the Grandstand is located. Fitted with stadium-style seating between the 8th and 16th poles, unobstructed views of the top of the stretch go hand in hand with complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks as well as lunch and snacks provided to experience that cacophony of noise amongst fans as horses compete to the finish.

Book Your Place Today!

BC_2016-1.pngThe world will stop to take notice of the Breeders’ Cup when it kicks off on November 4. The unprecedented level of racing and quality on show sets its festival of racing apart. From the highest quality of international thoroughbreds to the best of the home-grown talent, the Breeders’ Cup gives race fans an unmatched experience as the drama and unpredictability of two race days unfold!

Get on board with one of our unique packages that includes private secure entrances, access to exclusive in-track hospitality party venues on race days, celebrity meet-and-greets, and more!

 

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