•  The Facility and Grounds

    A variety of levels in the Grandstand include the Track level, Clubhouse levels (levels two and four), and two levels of Suites. The first level features the Dash for Cash banquet room. The second level features terraced box seats and Alysheba, our banquet room and newest addition. The fourth-floor Clubhouse level features 1,000 seats for terraced dining in the Silks Dining Terraces, a Jockey Club and a Paddock Lounge for 125 people overlooking the saddling paddock area. The fifth and sixth levels feature penthouse suites, which are available for nightly rental. Two additional levels of the Grandstand provide space for administrative offices.

    The Grandstand also includes themed concession areas, bars, racing information areas, a first aid facility and gift shops. The audio/video system features over 600 television monitors and a giant screen Daktronics display in the infield. In addition to the Grandstand, there are outdoor areas from which patrons can watch the races, including outdoor stadium style seating and bench seating on the apron between the Grandstand and the Racetrack.

    Parking Area: A total of approximately 6,000 paved parking spaces are available for automobiles and buses at the racetrack.

    Saddling Paddock/Jockey Quarters: Behind the Grandstand is a beautifully landscaped European-style saddling paddock area where patrons can observe the pre-race pageantry involved in saddling the horses. The Saddling Paddock building also includes dressing quarters for male and female jockeys.

    Location: Lone Star Park is located midway between Dallas and Fort Worth on approximately 315 acres on Belt Line Road just north of Interstate-30.   Our physical address is 1000 Lone Star Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050.

    Grandstand Facility: The Grandstand is glass-enclosed, air-conditioned, approximately 280,000-square foot structure with a seating capacity of approximately 8,000 seats. Additional seating is available throughout the park.

    Bar & Book: Located adjacent to the Grandstand is Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie's 36,000-square foot simulcast facility, the Bar & Book. This modern, state-of-the-art building is open year-round and is highlighted by a Las Vegas-style racebook, a sports bar and a casual dining area, featuring live horse racing via simulcast from top tracks across the country. For more information click here.

    Barn Area: The barn area consists of 32 barns with accommodations for up to 1,600 horses. It also includes a receiving barn, hold & test barn, stakes barn, maintenance barn and administrative building.


    Track Level 1
    Race Track
    Horse Parade Path
    Food and Drink Concessions
    Saddling Paddock
    Outdoor Apron Seating
    Gift Shop
    Dash for Cash Banquet Room
    Courtyard Veranda
    Winner's Circle

    Terrace Level 2
    Alysheba Banquet Room
    Terrace Seating:
    Box Seating
    Finish Line Boxes
    Terrace Carrels
    Counter Seats
    Terrace Balconies
    Food and Drink Concessions

    Clubhouse Level 4
    Silks Dining
    Paddock Lounge
    Lone Star Jockey Club
    Chef's Table

    Suites Level 5
    Suites 5H1 - 5H24

    Suites Level 6
    Suites 6H1 - 6H24


     Main Track:
    One Mile oval with seven furlong and 550 yard chutes
    90 feet wide
    Six degree banking on turns
    Distance from final turn to finish line: 930 feet
    Distance from six furlong long start to first turn: 1690 feet
    Distance from turn to turn: 1300 feet


    5" Sandy Loam Cushion-- TrackOverview1
    5" Compacted Sandy Loam Cushion--
    6" Limestone Base--
    6" Cement Stabilization--

    Turf Track:
    7/8 Mile oval with 11/8 inside chute.
    80 feet wide
    Six degree banking on turns
    Distance from final turn to finish line: 900 feet.
    Distance from turn to turn: 1,020 feet.
    Safety rail


    Turf (Bermuda 419)-- TrackOverview2
    6" Sandy Loam Growing Medium--
    5" Limestone Base--
    6" Cement Stabilization--

    Features of the "Rider Protection Rail System" are as follows: 
        1. Posts are not exposed, as the panel covers the entire gooseneck. 
        2. Panel extends to the end of gooseneck and not down the posts, so smaller shadows appear on the track.
        3. Foam rubber donut where panel is attached to posts, provides sound suppression and also resilience in case of an accident.
        4. If a rider should fall, the panel's shape will allow him to roll onto the infield and not bounce on to the main track.
        5. All posts are padded.

     Satellite View of Track