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Phoenix Greyhound Park Phoenix Greyhound Park has been a landmark in Phoenix area sports and entertainment for more that 40 years. It is a sure bet for night-time entertainment for nearly one million visitors each year who pass through the doors of the $17 million Grandstand or any one of its 35 off-track betting locations throughout the state.

Phoenix Greyhound Park offers pari-mutuel wagering on live greyhound racing seven nights a week at 7:30 p.m., as well as daily simulcast wagering from racetracks across the nation beginning at approximately 4:30 p.m. (simulcast racing times will vary for Daylight Saving Time changes).
In addition to exciting greyhound racing action, enjoy fine dining and private meeting rooms.

Phoenix Greyhound Park's wagering menu includes win, place, show, exacta, quiniela, trifecta, superfecta, twin-trifecta and tri-super wagering - providing a wide variety of wagering options for beginners and seasoned race-goers alike.


Admission: Special group rates.
Hours: Open year-round.
Address: 3801 E. Washington St.
Phone: 602-273-7181
Our Website:www.phoenixgreyhoundpark.com

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