Golden Gate Fields in Albany, Calif.
1/ST RACING is pleased to announce that Golden Gate Fields in Albany, Calif. will resume live racing on Friday, Jan. 15. After extensive testing in collaboration with the Berkeley Public Health Division, it has been determined that the COVID-19 concerns on the campus have decreased to levels to allow the resumption of live racing.
Golden Gate Fields is indebted to both the Berkeley Public Health Division and the Alameda County Public Health Department for their assistance and advice during the period of temporary closure.
As the Golden Gate Fields Racing Office remains closed for in-person business, entries will be taken via telephone for racing on Friday, Jan. 15 on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
As part of the continued COVID-19 safety protocols in place at Golden Gate Fields, we are unable to allow owners to attend training or live racing as we begin this meet. We will continue to monitor this situation and will update the Thoroughbred Owners of California of any changes to this policy.”
For more information, please visit www.goldengatefields.com or @GGFRacing.
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