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Saturday, July 27, 2013
|Gates Open||First Post||Admission|
|11:15 AM||1 PM||$8 Adults/$2 Child|
Girls Day Out
Spend a day with your favorite ladies at Arlington International on Girls Day Out, July 27!
For those women who enjoy the fancier things in life, our International Room package is just for you. This package will put you inside (air conditioning – need we say more?) in our International Room, with floor-to-ceiling windows that allow you amazing views of the track. The dress code provides you the perfect chance to show off that new dress, and don’t forget to bring out your best hat for the occasion! This package includes party fare and specialty cocktails, not to mention special services from Flare Photo Booth, Elements Therapeutic Massage, PANDORA, and local spas.
Out in the Park (open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.), a variety of vendors will be onsite selling your favorite makeup, fun jewelry, and more. A fashion hat contest will also be taking place in the afternoon for all ladies at Arlington, so don’t hold back when selecting your hat for the day. And when you first arrive, take a moment to fill out a form for the chance to win a beautiful pearl necklace, courtesy of Keswick Jewelers. Cosmetology and Spa Institute will be joining us as well, offering pink hair extensions and pink nail polish so guests can show their feminine side while also showing support of our initiatives to support early detection of breast cancer with Northwest Community Hospital.
Girls Day Out at Arlington International is sponsored by:
FREE photo opportunities from Flare Photo Booth
Arlington Park will be offereing a series of live money handicapping contests during 2013. Each contest in the series will offer as its top prize a trip to Las Vegas to participate in a national handicapping tournament during the winter of 2014. Each contest in May - August will offer an expense-paid berth in the Horse Players World Series (or a cash prize of $1,500 if the winner should choose not to go to Las Vegas). The two-day Sept. tournament will offer as its top prize an expense-paid berth in the DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship (NHC). Prior to each contest, handicapper M. Scott McMannis will host a one-hour seminar on tournament basics as well as covering selected races from the day's live racing card.