Lone Star Park

Track information and stakes schedule for the 2014 Spring Meet at Lone Star Park, which opens Thursday, April 10th.Full Story >>
YESTERDAY August 26, 2016
Texas is back in the yearling sale business after a one-year absence. Lone Star Park near Dallas will be the site of a one-day auction that starts at noon Central on Monday.
August 17, 2016
Jockey Ted Gondron, who launched a riding comeback in July at Lone Star Park, registered his first win in nine years last Saturday at the Gillespie County Fair in Fredericksburg, Texas. Gondron won a maiden special weight with Ty’s Agenda.
August 12, 2016
Lone Star Park will open and close its Thoroughbred meet about a week later than usual next year after receiving approval from the Texas Racing Commission. The Dallas-area track was granted a 50-date meet from April 20-July 30.
July 17, 2016
Lone Star Park closed its 50-date meet Sunday with a small increase in average daily handle on its live races, according to figures provided by the Grand Prairie, Texas, track. The gain came courtesy of offtrack bettors.
July 15, 2016
Promise Me Silver and Bling On the Music are both being pointed for stakes at Saratoga after dominant wins last weekend at Lone Star Park. Promise Me Silver is running in the Shine Again, and Bling On the Music in the Adirondack or Spinaway.
July 13, 2016
Jockey Iram Diego has never had a better year at the track in 14 years in the saddle, and it’s only July. Not only has he surpassed his personal-best totals for wins and mount earnings, he also celebrated a five-win day for the first time in his career ...
July 11, 2016
Lone Star Park moves into the final week of its Thoroughbred meet Thursday night, and it’s been a good season to be the chalk. There have been 192 winning favorites after six of them came through Sunday, for a 46 percent strike rate, according to ...
July 10, 2016
Supermason closed out a super Saturday for Bret Calhoun when he gave the trainer his 250th career stakes victory in the $50,000 Assault at Lone Star Park. Supermason was Calhoun’s third stakes winner on the day, behind Fish Trappe Road in the Grade 3 ...
July 08, 2016
He’s Comin in Hot, the gelding who won last year’s Grade 3 Bashford Manor at Churchill Downs, has been retired, trainer Bret Calhoun said on Thursday. The horse was sent to Valor Farm, the 400-acre showplace facility in Pilot Point, Texas.
Trainer J.R. Caldwell said Texas Chrome will be seriously considered for the $100,000 Prelude on Aug. 6 at Louisiana Downs.