The Turf Paradise Race Course is a racetrack in Phoenix which hosts thoroughbred and quarter horse racing. Guests will enjoy a day at the races with betting available along with many dining options.
The trace was started in 1954 when 1,400 acres of land was purchased by a business man who owned horses and had a dream to build a first-class race track. The track opened in January 1956 to a great success. The track underwent a renovation in 1980 which changed the track to a seven-furlong infield turf course with a one mile and one-eighth chute.
There is a Clubhouse and a Turf Club at the racecourse which includes a penthouse-style Directors' Suite with an outdoor patio. There is also an equine swimming pool in the stable area which provides therapy for the horses that are stabled here.
The Turf Club features the VIP dining room which can accommodate up to 400 guests. There are personal monitors on each table and dining includes salads, sandwiches or even a breakfast menu for guests who are at the track in the morning. Casual dining is available at the Clubhouse and can seat up to 1000 guests. There is full service available at the restaurant or self service at Jerry's Deli. There are also monitors on each table.
There are also many small food vendors located around the grandstands on different levels, these include pizza, drink bars and Mexican.