Calder Race Track

Calder Race Course

Main Track: One Mile oval.
Turf Course: 7 furlongs
Distance from last turn to finish line: 990 feet.

Post Times
12:25 p.m.

Exotic Wagering Format
$2. Daily Double on 1st, 2nd and last two races.
$2. Exacta on all races.
$2. “Rolling” Pick 3 beginning on 1st race.
$2. Trifecta on all races with 6 or more betting interests.
$2. Pick 4 on last four live races.
$2. Superfecta on all races with 6 or more betting interests.

Takeout Information
Win, place, and show: 18%
Daily Double and Exacta: 20%
Pick 3 and Pick 4: 24%
Trifecta and Superfecta: 27%

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Calder Race Course, Inc.
P.O. Box 1808
Miami, Florida 33055-0808

Calder Race Course opened its doors on May 6, 1971, and has undergone various revocations since its conception. Calder is the home of the Florida Million and Summit of Speed, which produced the single largest betting day in Calder history in 2004, and a list of Breeders’ Cup winners such as Orientate and Cajun Beat. On June 4th, 2005, Eddie Castro won a record nine races at Calder.

Calder expanded its horizons to include a card room on site, which has moved to nearby Gulfstream Park. Calder also hosts horse sales like the Ocala Breeders’ Sales and the Fasig Tiptons Sales. A world-record $16 million was spent on a thoroughbred at Calder in 2006.

Stakes Races

Princess Rooney Handicap (Gr.1)
Carry Back Stakes (Gr. 2)
La Prevoyante Handicap (Gr. 2)
Memorial Day Handicap (Gr.2)
Smile Sprint Handicap (Gr. 2)
W.L. McKnight Handicap (Gr. 2)
Azalea Breeders' Cup Stakes (Gr. 3)
Calder Derby (Gr. 3)
Frances A. Genter Stakes (Gr. 3)
Fred W. Hooper Handicap (Gr. 3) 
Miami Mile Breeders' Cup Handicap (Gr. 3)
My Charmer Handicap (Gr. 3)
Spend A Buck Handicap (Gr. 3)
Tropical Park Derby (Gr. 3)
Tropical Turf Handicap (Gr. 3)