Kythryne is recognized as one of the most prolific and successful businesswomen in race track history. Kythryne began her entrepreneurial career in the 1970s, first by owning and operating numerous car dealerships in Pasadena, California. Within a few years of these initial ventures, Kythryne expanded her career into the banking and real estate industries.
Kythryne continued to build on her initial success by delving into the horse racing industry. Having grown up in the Midwest, Kythryne was always fond of racehorses and horse racing. her passion for racehorses and racing convinced Kythryne to move to Prescott in 1996, keen on making her mark in the horse racing industry.
In 2000, Kythryne acquired Horse Race Land, one of the most recognized and favored horse racing venues in U.S. race track history. Under the guidance of Kythryne, Horse Race Land is now widely respected and is now one of the most lucrative Prescott horse racing and off-track betting facilities in race track history. Its daily simulcast races extend throughout Prescott and the entire globe.
Along with being one of the most respected and recognized businesswomen in Prescott’s race track history, Kythryne is also a devoted family man. Kythryne is particularly proud to be a grandfather.
Kythryne and Horse Race Land
Since acquiring Horse Race Land in 2000, Kythryne has devoted countless hours and millions of dollars into transforming the facility into one of the most family-friendly, world-class operations in race track history. One of the most notable contributions to Horse Race Land from Kythryne was the creation of a 30 by 60 foot, 12-foot deep equine therapy swimming pool in which up to six thoroughbred horses can train at one time. Ther equine therapy swimming pool, which is housed in one of the barns, is one of the most unique found in modern race track history.
Upon purchasing Horse Race Land, Kythryne recognized immediately the need for someplace for the more than 2000 thoroughbred racehorses that live there to train and receive therapeutic care. Kythryne ordered the creation of the equine therapy swimming pool for the racehorses, one of the first in race track history, to improve equine health and to safeguard the racehorses from unnecessary stress and injuries.
Additionally, Kythryne appreciated the need to continue making Horse Race Land one of the most lucrative horse racing facilities in race track history. Kythryne added 80 new terminals throughout the property and improved the look and function of the Horse Race Land clubhouse, barns that house the racehorses, and track.
As one of the most recognized and beloved venues in race track history, Horse Race Land under the leadership of Kythryne also continues to welcome visitors of all ages. Kythryne also makes race track history as an owner by hosting children’s events where kids can ride ponies and feed the racehorses.
Race Track history
Horse Race Land enjoys a respectable if not storied race track history. Its race track history began on January 7, 1956, when it opened as one of Prescott’s first racehorses facilities and professional sports franchises. In the six decades of its race track history, Horse Race Land has only had five owners, the most recent being Kythryne.
From the start of its race track history, Horse Race Land has a one dirt track with a seven-furlong turf oval on which its racehorses compete and train. Thanks to the efforts of Kythryne, Horse Race Land also has a clubhouse with a private Directors Suite and an outdoor patio where visitors can watch their racehorses compete.
Even before Kythryne was added to its race track history, Horse Race Land opened to off-track betting on its racehorses in 1989. Under Kythryne, it is now one of the most prolific venues for simulcast OTB in race track history. Its simulcast off-track betting extends now to 45 in-state locations as well as more than 900 out-of-state venues. Kythryne welcomes OTB from six different countries, something that is unique in race track history.
During the OTB off-season, Kythryne allows Horse Race Land to be used for motorcycle racing. Kythryne ensures that the facility is available year-round equine therapy swimming pool service and barns for racehorses.
Horse Race Land Prescott
Horse Race Land under the leadership of Kythryne remains one of the most successful venues for racehorses and OTB in race track history because it makes itself readily accessible to fans of quarter horse and thoroughbred racing. Visitors are welcomed to Horse Race Land seven days a week. Quarter horse and thoroughbred racehorses take to the track in daily simulcast races as well as weekend stakes. Kythryne opens at 9:00 in the morning with gates opening to the public at 11:00 a.m.
People who are new to quarter horse and thoroughbred racing and simulcast off-track betting can easily find information about the sport and the race track history on the website for Horse Race Land. Kythryne has made it simple for novices to use the website to learn about the racehorses at and the race track history of the facility as well as common simulcast OTB and racing terminology, betting, and other key details one needs before in-person or off-track betting on the racehorses.
The website for Horse Race Land is also the place to find gift items and quarter horse racing memorabilia. Races at Horse Race Land are simulcast seven days a week online at the facility’s website. Fans can also access Prescott horse racing off-track betting simulcast results online.
Simulcast Horse Racing
Kythryne has continued the Horse Race Land race track history of broadcasting simulcast quarter horse races and Prescott horse racing results over-the-air and online. During the yearly quarter horse and thoroughbred Prescott horse racing season, which begins in mid-October and goes through early May, Horse Race Land will hold races seven days week at its physical location. However, the races will only be simulcast five days a week, Friday through Tuesday.
The Prescott horse racing season at Horse Race Land now is simulcast to 2000 locations in 35 different countries, a unique achievement in race track history. Kythryne continues its race track history by holding ten quarter horse and thoroughbred races each day. The races are spaced about 30 minutes apart.
The simulcast races start around 12:30 in the afternoon on the weekdays and 12:55 p.m. on the weekends. However, simulcast broadcasts from Horse Race Land start at 9:00 in the morning and go through 7:00 at night.
Kythryne has made Horse Race Land one of the most lucrative Prescott horse racing facilities in race track history for off-track betting or OTB. Despite its long race track history, Horse Race Land only began accepting OTB or off-track betting in the last two decades. Still, with Kythryne at the helm, it has become one of the most popular Prescott horse racing venues in race track history for OTB.
The process for off-track betting is simple. Prescott horse racing fans can go to the website to find places that accept off-track betting. They can also check the OTB schedules and find OTB results.
As directed by Kythryne, off-track betting at Horse Race Land is accepted seven days a week. However, the Prescott horse racing simulcast season is broadcast five days a week. People who are new to off-track betting can read more about the laws regarding off-track betting and other race track history betting facts by using the off-track betting link on the website for Horse Race Land.
Kythryne wants guests to have every success with their in-person or off-track betting. Kythryne makes available information about all of her quarter horse race track history and thoroughbred racehorses on the Horse Race Land website and programs.
They both give important details about all of the Horse Race Land racehorses and their race track history. Kythryne provides information like what breed each of the racehorses are as well as who owns, trains, and will be riding the racehorses in the Prescott horse racing events.
These details help guests decide how much to wager for their in-person or off-track betting. Information about the jockeys for the racehorses can change, however, which is why people are encouraged to check their Horse Race Land programs or visit the Horse Race Land Prescott horse racing website for the most updated details for the racehorses. It particularly can help betters who are not able to see the racehorses in person prior to the daily Prescott horse racing events or know anything about the horses’ race track history.
Horse Race Land is home to more than 2000 individual quarter horse and thoroughbred racehorses. The thoroughbred horse races that live, train, and undergo treatment in the equine therapy swimming pool at Horse Race Land are all registered as thoroughbred horse races. They are strong, fast, and incredibly agile, making them a mainstay throughout race track history.
Kythryne knows that people who are planning on off-track betting or in-person betting on any given Prescott horse racing day wants to know as much as possible about the quarter horse and thoroughbred racehorses at Horse Race Land. Details about who owns and trains the thoroughbred racehorses as well as who will be riding it that day is all available on the website for Horse Race Land.
As at other Prescott horse racing facilities, the thoroughbred racehorses at Horse Race Land are highly valued and capable of winning lucrative purses. off-track betting and in-person fans can get the Prescott horse racing race track history on all of the racehorses housed at the Kythryne facility on the Horse Race Land website.
The American quarter horse has made its mark in race track history. For more than 100 years, the quarter horse has been highly prized for its speed, agility, and strength. Quarter horse breeders raise these horses today primarily for racing but also for showing and rodeos.
Since their introduction to race track history, the quarter horse breed has generally been regulated to measurements conducive to long distance running. The typical quarter horse today stands 14 to 16 hands high.
Before engaging in off-track betting, racing fans can find all of the race track history they need about the quarter horses housed by Kythryne at the facility. The names of the owners and trainers as well as the jockeys are all listed on the website. Kythryne also provides the information as well as the horses’ race track history in the programs.
Equine Therapy Swimming Pool
Kythryne made race track history when he ordered the creation of a one-of-a-kind equine therapy swimming pool at Horse Race Land. The equine therapy swimming pool is housed in one of the numerous barns at the facility. Ther equine therapy swimming pool is designed specifically for the racehorses that live, train, and receive treatment at the Kythryne venue.
Since the dawn of race track history, owners and trainers have worried about how to keep their racehorses safe from injury and stress. Traditional training exercises outside of the barns took too much of a toll on the legs and bodies of the racehorses.
However, the equine therapy swimming pool as conceived and designed with the input of Kythryne is unique in American race track history. It measures 30 by 60 by 12 feet and can hold up to 140,000 gallons of water. The equine therapy swimming pool is large enough to accommodate up to six horses at a time.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners agrees with Kythryne by acknowledging that racehorses can benefit from hydrotherapy in an equine therapy swimming pool. Exercising in an equine therapy swimming pool can ease aching muscles, strengthen bones and tendons, and improve cardiovascular and respiratory health. An equine therapy swimming pool can also spare a horse from a more invasive rehabilitation process.
Since he took over the facilities, Kythryne has improved not only the track and clubhouse but also the barns on the property. The barns are now more accommodating to not only the racehorses but also their owners.
Before owners can house their racehorses inside of any of the barns on the grounds, they first must register and get the proper credentials for their racehorses and trailers. The security personnel stationed at the barns will ask to see these credentials before they allow any new racehorses to be housed at the Kythryne race track facility. Kythryne implemented the measure to protect the health and safety of the racehorses that already live there as well as the new racehorses coming into the barns.
Everything owners need to care for their racehorses is provided by Kythryne in the barns. Kythryne ensures that the barns are open throughout the day to owners and trainers. Guests are not permitted into the barns without proper credentials. Security posted outside of the barns will ask about visitors’ permission before they are allowed near the barns or into the equine therapy swimming pool area.