- Remember to always be alert and aware of your surroundings. Sometimes a flying ball can find itself out of bounds and headed in the direction of spectators.
- Stay behind the designated line often visible on the outside of the sideboards because this is the true boundary. The playing field extends beyond the sideboards several feet and horses will jump over the boards so stay clear and make sure children are always supervised.
- Tune into the announcer’s commentary, for real-time explanation of penalties and elements of the game to familiarize yourself while watching.
What to Pack
Here is a list of some of our favorite tailgating items, to include food and drinks. You’re going to be on the field for a few hours so be sure to be prepared. Bringing binoculars will help you get a close-up view of the action.
canopy or shade umbrella
cooler with water/beer
paper plates/plastic utensils/paper towels
an assortment of cheese and crackers
potato or mac salad
chips & salsa
cut-up fruit & veggies
cookies or brownies
Check the game day schedule for Food Truck and Beverages available on match day. We make it easier by providing food and drinks for purchase!