From great golf to the best college baseball in the country, Omaha and sports go hand in glove. Every June, the cream of the crop in college baseball takes the road to Omaha for the NCAA Men's College World Series. In early August, top golfers from across the nation visit Omaha for the Cox Classic, is a key stop on the PGA's Nationwide Tour. If you'd rather play a round yourself, you'll find 17 beautiful golf courses spread throughout the city, each with its own unique layout and degree of difficulty.
Omaha is home to the second largest rodeo in the world, Aksarben's River City Rodeo is part of a four-day western festival that will get your ‘yee-haw' in high gear. If you like your horses a little more controlled, Horsemen's Park is considered one of the finest simulcast facilities around, it's a fun place to watch and wager on horseracing from top tracks across the country.
Omaha's sporting landscape also includes professional hockey in the winter and arena football in the spring and summer.
Four day western festival featuring the Douglas County Fair, AKSARBEN Stock Show and AKSARBEN Rodeo. In addition, numerous events like the Heritage Parade, Trail Rides, and Ag Experience … more
Simulcast Horse Racing & Wagering from all the Top Tracks - over 600 TVs!...+ Big Red Keno! *Next Handicapping Contest-Sat. Aug. 29..Saratoga Races..Top 10 Win Cash! American Pharoah in … more
The NCAA Men's College World Series is a definite bucket-list event. More than 9 million fans have experienced it, and for many it’s a life-time tradition. Enjoy tailgating with fans from … more
Omaha’s hardest-hitting action can be found at the new Ralston Arena in the Spring and Summer of 2014. The Beef kicks off its season in March and continues through June. It's great football … more