Seating at Fonner Park will be limited to 75% capacity

The 75% limit [at Fonner Park in Nebraska] will be implemented in all interior sections of the racetrack, including the clubhouse, Turf Club and Skyline.

Opening day for the thoroughbred racing season is Feb. 19.

Attendees will be expected to wear face masks and socially distance, said Fonner Park CEO Chris Kotulak.

To accommodate the 75% policy, roughly 130 tables of the interior seating sections have been removed.

Letters [were sent] to Fonner season table holders, informing them of the 2021 policy.

This will be the 68th season of horse racing at Fonner Park…

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