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Woodbine Racing

  • 2012 Woodbine Oaks - Sun, June 13
  • Queens Plate, Woodbine 2012 - Sun, July 4
  • Breeder's Stakes 2012 - Sun, August 15
  • Woodbine Mile 2012 - Sun, September 19
  • Northern Dancer 2012 - Sat, September 19
  • EP Taylor Stakes 2012 - Sat, October 16
  • Pattison Canadian Intl 2012 - Sat, October 16
  • Neartic Stakes 2012 - Sat, October 16

2012 Woodbine Racing Schedule

  • Thoroughbred - April 2 to Dec 5
  • Standardbred - Jan 1 to May 17, Oct 18 to Dec 31

Woodbine Post Times

  • Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon at 1:10pm
  • Mon nights at 7:20 pm - Thurs, Fri, Sat nights at 7:30pm

Woodbine Racetrack Address

  • 555 Rexdale Blvd. P.O Box 156, Toronto, Canada
  • Woodbine phone number: 1-888-675-RACE

Woodbine Racetrack Website


Woodbine Racetrack History

The Woodbine Racetrack opened in 1956 and it used a name from another horse racetrack that had closed down. Woodbine Racetrack features both standard bred and thoroughbred horse racing. At one time it was devoted to just one type of horse racing, but now it entertains horse racing fans by offering a mixture of action. In 1996, it was home to the Breeder's Cup World Thoroughbred Championship. Woodbine holds a wide variety of stakes races each season.

The Woodbine Racetrack, located near Toronto, is the only horse racing track in North America that holds thoroughbred and standard bred horse racing on the same race card. The track is now owned by the Woodbine Entertainment Group - used to be the Ontario Jockey Club. Over its fifty year life, Woodbine Racetrack has been remodelled a few times to bring it up to then current standards. The extensive remodelling includes the addition of multiple race courses.

Woodbine Racetrack now has three race courses. The outer track is called the E.P. Taylor turf course. It's one and a half miles long and with the chute, it can hold races of one mile and an eighth. This outer track is irregularly shaped. Inside of the E.P. Taylor track is the main dirt course. It's a one-mile oval and can hold races up to seven furlongs or one mile and quarter. Finally, inside this dirt course is course that's made of crushed limestone. This oval course is for standard bred racing and its seven-eights of a mile in length.

Woodbine Race track is home to some great horse racing betting action. Here's a short list of some important stakes races.

The Queen's Plate (Grade I-C)
The Breeders' Stakes (Grade I-C)
The ATTO Mile (Grade I-C)
The Canadian International (Grade I)
The North America Cup (Open stakes with the largest purse of any race at Woodbine--$1.5 million CDN)


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