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Emerald Downs News & Notes - April 7

 FRIDAY'S 2010 OPENER INCLUDES 40 FLAT-SCREEN TV'S

Fans attending Friday night's season opener—post time 6 p.m.—will have an excellent chance to drive home with a beautiful brand new 32-inch TV.

For the second straight year Emerald Downs will give away 40 flat-screen TV sets—five after each race—as the track celebrates the opening of its 15th season. The only catch is you must be 18-or-older and present to win.

Trainer Larry Ross and former Seattle Post-Intelligencer turf writer Dick Rockne were among last year's winners. Entry blanks will be distributed at all admission gates.

STAKES WINNERS MEET IN OPENING NIGHT FEATURE

2009 Washington Oaks winner No Flies On Doodle returns to action Friday in a $20,000 allowance race for fillies and mares at 5 ½ furlongs. The abbreviated dash is the sixth of eight live races on Day 1 of the 89-day meeting... Read More

 

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This organization has a long way to go to match one of the best race track adventures ANYONE could have had at the old Do Dah of Longacres. The Aldaheffs' sold out the entire state with their selling it to Boeing.
I loved watching Winning Machine and in the winner's circle congratulated the connections for picking one of the best names for a horse in years....

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