Registration Open For Track Super Field Day


Registration for Track Superintendent Field Day at Gulfstream Park June 12-14 is now open. The Field Day brings together track superintendents and staff to discuss best practices relating to track maintenance, safety and operational issues for both racing and training facilities.

The event began on a small scale at the old Philadelphia Park and has since blossomed into one of the industry's largest and most important events that focuses on track safety.

With the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act (HISA) set to begin this summer, part of the Field Day agenda will include a panel on ensuring that track superintendents are prepared for the hefty reporting requirements under the Act. The event is free of charge to track superintendents and staff, who must cover their own transportation and accommodations. A discounted rate will be made available at the Hampton Inn Hallandale Beach.

“Track Superintendent Field Day always provides extensive educational information and networking, so we are proud to support this for the betterment of the industry,” said Steve Andersen of Equine Equipment. “The panels and speakers we bring together are instrumental in cultivating the superintendents of tomorrow and in building the skillsets of current supers. We urge tracks to send their key people to demonstrate a willingness to invest in their future and get the annual training from the oldest track superintendent group in North America.”

To register, call (877) 905-0004 or email [email protected]. Additional information regarding registration and the agenda will soon be posted at

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