A 29-race stakes schedule featuring the 78th running of the Longacres Mile has been announced for 2013 at Emerald Downs.
AUBURN — A 29-race stakes schedule featuring the 78th Longacres Mile has been announced for 2013 at Emerald Downs.
Beginning May 12 with the $50,000 Hastings Handicap and ending Sept. 29 with the $75,000 Gottstein Futurity and $50,000 Cahill Road Stakes, a total of $1,545,000 will be offered in stakes purses.
Twenty-seven stakes are scheduled on Sundays, including the $200,000 Longacres Mile on Aug. 18.
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From sports-information reports.