• September 21, 2021

Tags : sunland park

Sunland Park readies for live racing season; Opening day is

Live racing at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino is only three weeks away as the 61st live racing season begins on Thursday, December 26 and extends through Tuesday, April 21, 2020. The highly anticipated 68-day meet offers some of the most attractive races in the Southwest. The season is powered by the $700,000 Sunland Derby (Gr. […]Read More

Video: Sunland Park This Week – On to Kentucky

In this edition of Sunland Park This Week, Tom Dawson discusses the results from the most recent Kentucky Derby prep weekend. Tom also highlights two horses who ran in the Sunland Derby (Cutting Humor and Anothertwistafate) as possible contenders in the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 4th. For more information visit Sunland Park Racetrack and […]Read More

Video: Sunland Park This Week – Week Seven

Check out the latest video from Sunland Park with Tom Dawson as he previews week seven’s racing at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino. This week, Tom updates on all the happenings leading up to the March 24 running of the $800,000 Sunland Derby and the $200,000 Sunland Oaks.Read More

The Doors Tribute Band ‘Strange Days’ Headed to Sunland Park

Sunland Park‘s musical summer journey continues this Saturday night, as Strange Days – The Doors Tribute band extraordinaire – rides into town. Formed and based out of Los Angeles, Strange Days is a worldwide touring Doors concert experience, capturing the Doors in their prime by combining vintage instruments with the latest technology.  In concert, Strange Days offers […]Read More

‘Stampede’ Headed to Sunland Park, 1200 New Jobs Expected

On the eve of Sunland Park’s celebration of the City’s 35th year anniversary, Stampede, a leading processor of proteins to national restaurants and retailers across the country, announced Friday that they will be bringing over 1,200 new jobs to Sunland Park. “Sunland Park is already one of the safest and fastest growing cities in the State. […]Read More

Sunland Park Residents warned of ‘Water Sample’ Fraud

Several City of Sunland Park residents have reported being asked for water samples by people claiming to represent the Camino Reál Regional Utility Authority. The authority director said no such door-to-door sampling initiative is underway, and residents should report anyone seeking a water sample to the local police. “This action is illegal, and it needs […]Read More

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