Mexico

Number of Tracks: 1

Summary:

Greyhound racing in Mexico takes place at the Agua Caliente Racetrack in Tijuana. Although in Mexico, the Caliente track is considered part of the United States racing circuit. The first races were held in 1927 on a straight track.1 In 1947, a modern day oval track was built and Caliente shared an alternating racing season with the now-defunct greyhound track in Phoenix, Arizona.2 Races are now conducted six days a week and in 2013, a total of 5,156 races were held at the track.3

All of the greyhounds racing at Caliente are imported from the United States.4 The track kennels over 700 greyhounds at any given time.5

Wagering on greyhound races is legal in Mexico.


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