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Rockingham Park Horseracing

Rockingham Park is a harness racing track in Salem, New Hampshire. Considered a New England institution for its being the first race track to be established in the region, it conducts live racing in a May through September season.

Also known as "The Rock", the track is known for its beautiful country setting and quality racing.

In addition to the regular harness races, Rockingham Park plays host to special racing events of significance to the region, among these are the Dr. Harry Zweig Memorial Trot, the $25,000 Mountain Skipper Final, the $12,000 Invitational Pace, the $10,000 No No Yankee Final and the $10,000 Summer Wine Final.

Rockingham Park Track Facts

Length of Stretch : 991'
Width of Homestretch : (est.) 83'
Grandstand Capacity : 10,000 people
Clubhouse Capacity : 10,000 people
Parking Capacity : 5,000 cars

Record Business

Handle : $766,082 on March 6, 1971
Attendance : 17,230 people on March 23, 1962

History of Rockingham Park

1906

1912

1917

1933

1934-1935

1957

1964

1965-67

1960s - 1970s

1980

1984

1986

1991

1990s to 2002

2003


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