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North Dakota Horse Park to donate proceeds to families affected by July 14 tragedy

Fargo, North Dakota – The North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo has made a commitment to assist those impacted by the July 14 tragedy. The park announced that it will be donating a dollar from every admission fee this Saturday, as well as 10% of all concession proceeds, to the families of Fargo Police and others affected.

In addition, the park will extend complimentary admission on Saturday to all active and retired Military personnel, Law Enforcement officers, First Responders, and Essential Workers. This gesture is part of the park’s annual event, Horses and Heroes Day.

Over the course of the upcoming two weekends, the Horse Park is scheduled to host four additional days of live racing. Doors will open at 11 a.m., with the first race commencing at 12:30 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday.

The park will be organizing a series of events on race days as follows:

  • July 22: Horses and Heroes Day
  • July 23: Family Day
  • July 29: North Dakota Derby Day – The day will showcase the best horses born and raised in North Dakota competing in top-tier races. Attendees are encouraged to come in their best derby hats and bowties.
  • July 30: $1 Day and a Cornhole Tournament.

Judith Jackson

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