Put The Lines In Your Own Hands: Rosecroft hosts “I Want To Be A Driver”

“I Want To Be A Driver” lets fans get a chance to drive a racehorse. Mark Hall/USTA photo.

Fort Washington, MD — Racing fans are being given a unique opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at harness racing and jog a Standardbred when Rosecroft plays hosts to “I Want to Be a Driver” on Tuesday (May 30).

Two packages are available for the event, which begins at 3 p.m. and includes an evening of live harness racing at Rosecroft.

The “I Want to Be a Driver” package includes a jog around the five-eighths-mile track on a two-seated sulky, paddock tour, barbecue on the track apron, a group winner’s circle photo, and a meet-and-greet with hors d’oeuvres. The package costs $90.

The Spectator Package includes all of the above without the jog for $45.

For more information on “I Want to Be a Driver,” sponsored by the Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association, contact Gina Maybee of Cloverleaf at 301.567.9636.

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