Mohawk Raceway Facts:
The Mohawk Racetrack provides great Standardbred and Harness horse racing. It's one of the many great tracks located in Canada. The Mohawk Racetrack is located by the great city of Toronto - about 25 miles. It sites on a huge 450-acre parcel of land in the village of Campbell. During the Spring and Fall, the Mohawk Racetrack features prime horse racing wagering action five nights a week. The track itself is open all year round and many trainers bring their horses there to workout.
The Mohawk Racetrack is just over four decades old. It was opened in April of 1963. Over those four decades, horse racing fans at the Mohawk Racetrack have seen many champion horses and trainers come through. The track conditions are very good. The track is a source of pride for Canadian horse racing. Many great Canadian-bred horses have made their appearance at the Mohawk Racetrack.
In the summer of 1998, Mohawk Horse Racetrack decided to try something different. They spent two million dollars to transform their 5/8ths mils harness oval into a 7/8ths mile oval track. The transformation was done right and horseman and fans loved the improvement. The base of the new track is crushed Limestone and it has a Traprock cushion. Up to ten horses can race at any time. The largest crowd to ever take in horse racing action at the Mohawk Racetrack was 14,606.
The Mohawk Racetrack features climate-controlled areas so no matter what the weather; watching horse racing is a comfortable experience. The track features 280 closed circuit monitors and many Mutuel windows. The track has ten barnes and 730 stables. As is the case with most great horse racing tracks, the Mohawk Racetrack features plenty of great food and drinks to enjoy while you are taking in the action. The track also features stakes races during its season - like the Campbellville Trot and the Milton Stakes.