Live horse racing is making a comeback to the Pleasanton fairgrounds this summer, albeit without any spectators in the stands. To ensure safety and comply with the county health order due to COVID-19, an outdoor patio dining room on the terrace next to the track has been opened for tables of up to six people, with prior reservation and meal reservation. Guests must wear masks when not eating or drinking, and tables are six feet apart to ensure physical distance requirements. As a precautionary measure, all guests entering Trackside Terrace should answer questions about their health and have their temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer.
The Alameda County Fair was canceled this year due to the pandemic, but players can still place bets through specific websites and applications. However, the prize money for the Pleasanton CA racing competition is yet to be announced. Home News Townsquare Blogs A&E Community Calendar Home & Real Estate Express Special Pubs Shop Pleasanton obituaries.