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By HRI Foreign Staff — Horse Racing, one of the most exciting events, will be brought back to the Montana ExpoPark. The event was closed for a long time, but now the Great Falls Turf Club will let people witness it.

The agreement was finalized by the Cascade County Commissioner this Tuesday. Jane Weber, the Commissioner of Cascade County, stated, “Thank you to the Turf Club members for looking ahead and planning for the event.”

The Great Falls Turf Club will run the horse racing event for five days, and the race dates are July 24, 25, 30, 31, and August 1.

To support the event at Montana, the Mighty Mo Brew Pub has stated that for every Pint sold by them, they will donate $1 towards the racing event. The 2021 horse racing event bookings are open for the people.

The Great Falls Turf Club is a non-profit organization behind the organization of the racing events for the past many decades since the formation of the club in 2010. The Club’s President is Sparky Kottke, and he takes great pride in bringing the event back to the Montana State Fair, 2021.

The Great Falls Turf Club will handle every aspect of this horse racing event, from maintaining the fairgrounds, putting up the advertisement banners, and handling the employees associated with the event. The Turf Club has always gone out of its way to make horse racing a success.

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The Montana ExpoPark racing events involve action, excitement, and winnings for the horses that participate. The horse racing event holds a long tradition of excellence, and this is the only race that attracts the audience from different age groups.

Even the visitors from neighboring cities and states and Canada also visit this place. The attendees of the race go back home with many memories along with the participants.

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Sparky Kottke, the Great Falls Turf Club President, stated, “Horse events are one of the biggest parts of Montana’s history and draws the crowd from many parts of the country and neighboring states too. It is necessary to keep this event going.

Our team puts a great amount of hard work into keeping the horse racing event going. When the racing events are held smoothly, it is a reward in itself for the team members.”

The horse racing event at Montana proceeds smoothly with the county’s funds, local businesses sponsorships, and yearly fundraising. The organizations and communities work hard to cover all the aspects of racing.

Many dignitaries call it a big deal to start the racing event again as it has brought hopes to the citizens for entertainment, action, and some chilling fun. The county will be contributing $65,000 towards the total amount of $180,000, which will be paid during the five-day event period.

The horse race timings are already stated as mostly the race will start post 1 p.m. except for the one on July 30, 2021, which will start post 5 p.m. due to unknown reasons. Once again, the organizers and the community will be in full throttle to gear up with this annual tradition.

The Turf Club President and the Commissioner stated that they need to conduct the event in a ‘proactive way’. The members stated that the event is a big financial responsibility, so we will raise the necessary funds to pay our event bills.

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