PITT PARK RACECOURSE

The Pitt Park racecourse near to the city of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania opened for racing in 1971. It was situated at The Meadows and by 1972 had been granted 98 racing days per year. Racing was administered by the Pitt Park Racing Association and held all of its meetings between 1st September and Christmas Day.

The Meadows racecourse was found in the Meadow Lands region of the state of Pennsylvania andcaters predominantly for harness racing enthusiasts. It can boast upwards of 225 race meetings annually and first opened its gates to racing in 1963.
Its principal races are the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and the Keystone Classic. However, its most important race annually is the Messenger Stakes which, along with the Little Brown Jug and the Cane Pace, form the Triple Crown of Harness racing.
If you have badges, racecards, pictures of the racecourse or further details about the course, including your memories, then email johnslusar@fsmail.net