Golden Gate Fields continues horse racing, closes to fans

Golden Gate Fields race track will continue its horse racing schedule without fans, the race track announced in a news release Thursday.

With the coronavirus outbreak, most other sporting events have been canceled.

“With the utmost regard for the safety and well-being of our customers and employees and in following the best available guidance from local and international health authorities, Santa Anita Park and Golden Gate Fields will temporarily close to the public effective immediately,” the release stated.

The races are open for off-track betting.

Other tracks still open for business include Gulfstream Park, Oaklawn Park and Tampa Bay Downs.

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