One of the biggest race days on the international calendar is soon upon us, as the Breeders’ Cup 2022 will be staged at Keeneland, Lexington. It is the third time that the track has had the illustrious honor of hosting the event, but the anticipation is rising ahead of the event this year.
Some of the biggest stars from across the globe will be competing for some of the biggest purses available in horse racing. However, those attending will be hoping to see some mesmeric performances from some of the biggest names.
Many are expecting to see something extremely special from John Sadler-trained Flightline in the Classic, the main headliner of the 2022 Breeders’ Cup entries by TwinSpires. However, how much are the tickets for the Breeders’ Cup 2022?
For those looking to just enjoy the day of racing at the Breeders’ Cup this year, then the most straightforward ticketing option is the general admission option. The ticket for Friday will cost $75 per person, while the Saturday ticket costs $115. However, the latter option has already sold out.
Here, visitors can access the first and second floors of the grandstand and also find a number of food stands. There is also general admission available to the Clubhouse, but these are slightly more expensive, with the cheapest ticket on Friday costing $194.
For those looking to enjoy the best racing with the finest options, then you would be hard-pressed to look past the variety of dining options available at the Breeders’ Cup this year. One of the most popular options is the Luxury Trackside Chalet, which costs $1,568 for the two days of racing. Here, you will be ale to see the action from the comfort of a high-quality chalet, which is climate controlled.
Another option comes in the form of the Saddling Paddock Chalet. This option costs $1,528 for the two days of exciting action at Keeneland this year. Here, you can watch the racing with some of the best views of the track. Meanwhile, you can get a first look at some of the leading contenders with views to the paddock area.
The final dining option comes in the form of the Silks Lawn Chalet. This is the most affordable of the options available, with visitors able to book their spot for $304. Here, you can see the final turn at the track, and it is perfect for those looking to stay warm, as it’s also heat-controlled.
Breeders’ Cup Packages
There are also some exciting Breeders’ Cup Packages available to those looking to attend the meet this year. One of the most popular can be found with the Phoenix Dining Room Classic. Here, you will get seats to both days of action on the third floor of the Grandstand. You can also go behind the scenes, and attend a Q&A session with a leading jockey. Visitors will have to pay for this package though, as prices start from $3,559.
The other package available comes in the form of the Keeneland Sales Pavilion. Like the previous option, this also includes tickets for both Friday and Saturday, and you will be located on the third floor of the Grandstand. Visitors will be located in the Keeneland Sales Pavilion, and can get up close and personal with some of the leading contenders with the Paddock Enclosure Pass.
You can also go behind the scenes, and grab your opportunity to get a photo with the famous auction block at Keeneland. However, like the other package option, this is also an expensive option for visitors, as a pass for either Friday or Saturday costs $2,339.
Posted by HOLR Magazine.