The Coliseum was constructed in 1901 and is a large, three-story, enclosed oval-shape amphitheater housing a show ring for horses. The first level is constructed of brick with limestone trim, which originally formed an open gallery of arched openings with pier walls. These were enclosed with glazed brick in 1958. Entry areas have permanent ticket windows. Other added conveniences include ADA accessibility, concession space, and restrooms.
This facility is ideal for horse shows, quarter midget racing, motorcycle training, and concerts.
- 60,000 Square feet
- Includes Use of the Covered Arena
- 15 Tables, 90 Chairs
- Metal halide Lighting
- Permanent Ticket Windows
- 116 x 241 Dirt Show Ring
- Oval Shaped Amphitheater
- Overhead Fans
- Seating for 2,688
- Office Space
- Sound System Large Overhead Doors
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