Buffalo Raceway is a Standardbred harness racing and mutuel betting facility located in Hamburg, New York. Buffalo Raceway features a half (1/2) mile harness race track as well as offering full card simulcast racing from most major harness tracks and thoroughbred simulcasts. Learn about the history of Buffalo Raceway along with track details including: year opened, track length, stretch length, stretch width, seating capacity, track surface and current owner.
Batavia Downs is a casino, hotel, resort, and half-mile (1/2) harness racetrack located in Batavia, New York that features live harness racing from July to December. Batavia Downs opened in 1940 and is the oldest lighted harness racetrack in the United States. Learn about the history of Batavia Downs along with track details including: year opened, track length, stretch length, stretch width, seating capacity, track surface and current owner.
It’s one thing to say you know the difference between a catfish and a carp or a sturgeon and a salmon but can you tell the subtle differences amongst the same species of fish? Take a couple minutes and glance through the ever expanding Fish Species List. The Fish Species List provides the name and scientific name of hundreds of different species of fish along with color photographs.
Take a couple minutes to reach through the comprehensive Horse Racing Glossary that covers all Thoroughbred and Standardbred horse racing (harness racing) terms, their definition and logical jump-links to related terms and topics.
If you ever at the races and wondered what the minimum return would be for a win bet based on the post time odds of a horse? Take a look at the sortable Win Bet Payout Table. The Win Bet Payout Table will show you the minimum payout for a $2, $5 and $10 win bet along with post time odds ranging from from a 1/9 heavy favorite all the way to a 99/1 longshot.
View the complete list of NGIS Feature Class Definitions. The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) is a division of the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
Looking for a place to go fishing in Sonoma County, CA? I’ve provides a list of public lakes, ponds, rivers and streams where you can go fishing and catch bass, trout, catfish and panfish throughout Sonoma County, California.
Whether you’re heading out fishing for the first time or you’re a seasoned angler I recommend that you read through this comprehensive Fishing Glossary and brush up on your angling knowledge. This alphabetized Fishing Glossary has over 240 terms different fishing terms along with their definitions. Feel free to use this comprehensive fishing glossary to simply lookup a term, brush-up on your vocabulary or as an online reference/educational tool.
Looking for a place to go fishing in Marin County, CA? I’ve provides a list of public lakes, ponds, rivers and streams where you can go fishing and catch bass, trout, catfish and panfish throughout Marin County, California.