Oklahoma Park COVID-19 Protocols Remain in Place
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 16, 2020—Remington Park racing continues Saturday and Sunday with no public spectators, May 16-17, with the first race at 6pm-Central.
Saturday’s program features four important qualifying trials for Paints and Appaloosas for the Grade 1 Speedhorse Graham Futurity.
COVID 19-Protocol for Remington Park Racing Operations:
- The mask protocol will be in effect with all racing operations. You will be required to have a mask (nose and mouth covered) when on the front side AND when entering the racing office, track kitchen, test barn, tattooer and hair testing barn. The mask is not just for your own safety but the safety of those around you as well. It is important that we do all we can to stop this virus and not let it stop racing! Homemade masks, t-shirts, bandannas, etc. will be adequate. Thank you for your cooperation. Please continue to wash your hands and practice social distancing at every opportunity.
- Only one groom, one individual to saddle (trainer) and a jockey will be allowed in the paddock. If you need additional help with a horse, you must get approval from the paddock judge. Not more than two people can walk over with a horse. Only one owner will be allowed on the front side and only during the race their horse is in. One owner means one individual, not a couple. OHRC Badge must be on your person. Only persons with a current OHRC licenses are allowed access to the front side.
- As horses exit the paddock, please exercise social distancing, take some time and let others go and do not group up to walk down the tunnel.
For additional information visit the track's website at remingtonpark.com.