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Palm Beach Kennel Club is more than just a place to play poker and check out Simulcast horse racing. We also have a wide range of dining services that can accommodate groups from 20 to 200, and we provide the perfect setting for your special occasions. Keep reading to find out why you should spend your next birthday with us.
Discounts on Dining
You should get some special treatment on your special day, which is why we offer discounts on dining with our group plans. We can find menu options that work for your any need. When you celebrate your birthday with us, you know it will be a good time.
A Great Variety of Selected Menus
Whether you want a lighter lunch option or a full dinner for your birthday celebration, we can do it. The Paddock Luncheon gives you a choice between a grilled chicken breast sandwich, a deluxe club sandwich, a chicken Caesar salad, and ice cream or sherbet for dessert. The Paddock Dinner offers fresh baked rolls, a salad, and a dessert option alongside roast prime rib, broiled red snapper, golden breast of capon, or English cut prime rib. We also have an Italian buffet, a grand buffet, or a royal buffet.
Poker with No Limits
On top of plenty of opportunities to watch greyhound and Simulcast horse racing, our dining groups also give you the opportunity to check out our poker room. The poker room has a selection of new games, bigger winning potentials, and no limits on the pot.
Whether you are looking for a place to celebrate your birthday or to hold a meeting, Palm Beach Kennel Club is here to help. We have high-stakes games like poker and delectable dining selections to keep you entertained. To learn more about our dining groups, check out website or call (888) 697-7304.
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HISTORY MADE AT PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB!.....AGAIN!
“CAPTAIN AMERICA” ROB GRONKOWSKI BREAKS HIS OWN TRACK RECORD! CLOCKS IN A SUPER-HERO TIME OF 29.01 SECONDS! AWARDED RURAL RUBE AWARD AS BEST SPRINTER IN COUNTRY FOR 2013!
RADER RACING KENNEL’S SMOKEY JOE WINS FLASHY SIR AWARD AS BEST DISTANCE RACER IN COUNTRY FOR 2013!
West Palm Beach, Fl. – After Palm Beach Kennel Club’s Rob Gronkowski (Switzler Jammin – Chatty Cathy) broke Atascocita Bowl’s (Dodgem By Design – Atascocita Sally, Suncoast Kennel) 545-Yard Royal Palm Course track record of 29.12 seconds back on November 23, 2013, many thought that record would hold for a very, very long time.
You see the puppy pro-bowler clocked in on that Saturday afternoon in an astonishing, unbelievable and unheard of 29.02, shaving .10 off the previous mark, becoming the fastest Greyhound ever to grace the 82-year-old’s track surface.
Well it’s time to rewrite the record book again.
On a beautiful, sunny south Florida Monday afternoon – March 3 to be exact – the newly-ordained captain of the 2013 American Greyhound Track Operators of America (AGTOA) All-America Team stunned even the most avid professional and casual racing fan the by crossing the finish line in 29.01 seconds, a brand-spanking new track record.
“I am extremely proud of Gronk breaking his own record especially after his last race where he was knocked out of contention at the start of the race.”, said owner Steve Sarras. “Every exceptional greyhound I've ever had does not like to lose and Gronk proved he REALLY DISLIKES losing. He just exploded from the box and made a statement or a “Gronk Spike” if you may. I was on the phone with one of my best friends from New England and asked him if he was near his computer. He said he was so I said tune in to Palm Beach, Gronk runs in 15 minutes. He called me the second it was over and we both were hoping he had broken the 29 second barrier. We were still pumped with a 29.01. My son was watching too as they were out of school because of a snow day. He turned to me and said “Wow Dad, he is really fast.” He and my entire family always watch Gronk's races and have been blessed by God to have such an incredible greyhound who has brought us so much pride and joy to our family and to our beloved industry and close-knit greyhound community. It truly is incredible to see the social media explode after he runs. He has lots of fans following him. I think Gronk knew he had to prove himself to the world he was worthy of the Captain of the All-American team status. He sure has set the bar high for the 2014 team already and it’s just the beginning of March. He really is exciting to watch. Great race call by Mike Jameson all the way with his excitement beaming throughout the call as he knew he was calling a historic run by an almost certain historic greyhound.”
Kennel operator Norm Rader added, “Gronk is simply the fastest dog I've ever had and I've had lots of fast ones! If he gets a clean break it's over. He's a professional in the kennel and does everything right, as all true champs do.”
And the good news kept on coming.
The very next day, March 4, the National Greyhound Association (NGA) honored Rob Gronkowski with the 2013 Rural Rube Award, officially making “Captain America”, a moniker bestowed on him by track Announcer Mike Jameson, the fastest sprinter in the country last year.
It must be noted that Rader Racing Kennel’s Smokey Joe (Flying Penske – Okgo Box To Wire) was honored by the NGA with the Flashy Sir Award, signifying the best distance racer in the country for 2013. Joe was also awarded a spot on the 2013 All-America Team for his many outstanding accomplishments.
Next up for Gronkowski is the 2014 $50,000 Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick’s Invitational on Saturday afternoon, March 15.
Rob Gronkowski now owns four of the six fastest Royal Palm Course times in Palm Beach Kennel Club history.
“This is a very rare event indeed when both the Rural Rube and Flashy Sir Award winners are racing for the same kennel and competing at the same track.”, said Palm Beach Kennel Club Director of Publicity Theresa Hume. “We are very honored to host such great talent at our track. We wish both Gronk and Joe much success during the upcoming year.”
ALL-TIME PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB FASTEST
545-YARD ROYAL PALM COURSE TIMES
Rob Gronkowski.....29.01.....Rader Racing Kennel.....March 3, 2014
Rob Gronkowski.....29.02.....Rader Racing Kennel.....November 23, 2013
Atascocita Bowl.....29.12.....Suncoast Kennel.....August 18, 2011
Rob Gronkowski.....29.13.....Rader Racing Kennel.....December 7, 2013
Twilite Demand.....29.14.....Agganis & Samia Kennel......March 30, 1995
Rob Gronkowski.....29.15.....Rader Racing Kennel.....August 26, 2013
O Ya Billy Bob.....29.15.....Rader Racing Kennel....November 19, 2012
Ozzie The Man.....29.15.....Cahill & O’Connor Kennel.....February 11, 2006
ML Dusty Trail.....29.15.....Bill Davidson Kennel.....December 1, 1996
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The Paddock Restaurant at Palm Beach Kennel Club offers fine dining, an elegant atmosphere, and a close-up view of all of the action below. Between making wagers on poker games or simulcast horse racing, stop in for an amazing meal.
If you plan to frequent the Paddock Restaurant, there is a slight dress code you should be aware of. Although jeans, shorts, and sneakers are allowed, other pieces of super casual attire are not. The restaurant does not admit anyone wearing hats, flip-flops, tank tops, t-shirts with writing, or cut-off jeans. Patrons are also not allowed to wear gym clothes.
Palm Beach Kennel Club is your one-stop shop for entertainment in West Palm Beach. With the only poker room in the city and fine dining opportunities, we cater to every kind of entertainment need. To learn more about our restaurants, races, or poker games, visit us online or call (888) 697-7304.
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Poker might seem intimidating to a beginner, but if you can get the hang of a few simple rules, you will be well on your way to making successful wagers. With a little bit of practice, you can become an expert at the game.
For the best results, you should have at least five people playing. The object of the game is to get as many of the best cards as you can get, in the right order and suit. But even if you have a bad hand, you might be able to bluff your opponents! Check out this video to learn more about winning hands so you can start to improve your skills and win big.
Put your newfound poker skills to the test at the poker room at Palm Beach Kennel Club. With high-stakes games, simulcast horse racing, and fine dining, we give you plenty of opportunities to be entertained. To learn more, call us at (888) 697-7304.
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West Palm Beach, Fl. - Zinc is a metallic chemical element; it has the symbol Zn and atomic number 30. Zinc is also used as a component of many batteries.
Saturday afternoon at Palm Beach Kennel Club Royal Racing Team’s Flying Zinc had more than enough energizing-battery power in her as she romped to an easy box-to-wire victory in the 83rd running of the track’s $50,000 James W. Paul 3/8ths Mile Derby.
Another thing the Greyhound Flying Zinc has in common with the definition is the number 30, as in 37.30.
That is the near-record-setting clocking that Royal Racing Team’s phenom covered the 660-Yard Pat C Rendezvous Course, 1/100 of-a-second off the track record.
What is equally impressive is that this is her second time at almost tying the record, having recorded a duplicate race time back on January 31, 2014.
Legally Buzzed, Ghost Buster and PJ Timeless finished second, third and fourth, respectively.
Flying Zinc collected a cool $25,000 for her 37-seconds run of fun in the south Florida sun and returned a healthy $8.20 to her many supporters.
The complete $50,000 James W. Paul 3/8ths Mile Derby order of finish:
1st - 1. Flying Zinc (BD’s Grayson - Flying Liddy, Royal Racing Team)
2nd - 6. Legally Buzzed (Kiowa Mon Manny - Patch On Monday, Marsella Racing)
3rd - 7. Ghost Buster (Lonesome Cry - Racy Reward, B & B Racing Kennel)
4th - 2. PJ Timeless (Rhythmless - UCME Drawingdead, Rader Racing)
5th - 5. Kay Rock Sweet (Kiowa Sweet Trey - Raising Rock, James Douglas Kennel)
6th - 8. Kiowa Frank Top (Kiowa Wish Frank - Lazy K Toptattle, James Douglas)
7th - 4. TF Ashley (Rhythmless - KB’s Shady Lady, Rader Racing)
8th - 3. Smokey Joe (Flying Penske - Okgo Box To Wire, Rader Racing)
This was the 83rd running of the Derby, one of the nation’s longest-running stake events, and is named in honor of humanitarian, greyhound owner and dedicated supporter of greyhound adoption, James W. Paul.
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