VictoryLand showcases the thrill of the chase 52 weeks per year. The track also offers simulcasts from dog tracks all over the United States, all year round.
The first floor of VictoryLand offers a close-up view of the race track. Overhead monitors provide race replays, mutuel information as well as in-house general information. Conveniently located throughout this area are concessions stands.
VictoryLand's second floor lounge area offers greyhound racing in a nightclub atmosphere. This area has banks of television monitors on each wall that show race replays as well as other sporting events.
The clubhouse level of VictoryLand offers the ultimate in southern dining and hospitality. The tiered table seating allows spectators to enjoy cocktails or dinner while watching the races. Televisions are located throughout this area as well as individual televisions on each table.
Whether you prefer the excitement of the grandstand, the intimacy of the lounge or the fine dining of clubhouse, VictoryLand's climate controlled facility offers fast and furious greyhound racing.
Facility Capacity: 12,000 spectators
Kennel Accommodations: 17 Buildings with a capacity of 1,000 greyhounds
Getting to VictoryLand
GREYHOUND BETTING TIPS
There are four main considerations in betting on greyhound racing. These are: class, current form, early speed, and trap draw.
GREYHOUND RACING TRIVIA
An average greyhound normally weighs between 65 to 75 pounds. The greyhound is the fastest breed of dog. It can reach a top speed of 45 miles per hour and can average more than 30 miles per hour for distances up to one mile.
GREYHOUND RACING FAQs
Why do greyhounds wear muzzles?
Greyhounds wear muzzles while racing to protect the them from injury. The muzzles prevent them from fighting during the race. Muzzles also help in identifying the winner of close photo-finish races.