Fort Erie Racetrack
Fort Erie Racetrack in southern Ontario was built by the Fort Erie Jockey Club and opened its doors in June of 1897 and remains one of the most beautiful tracks in North America. Fort Erie is home to the second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, The Prince of Wales Stakes.
Fort Erie Track Layout
The race course features a one-mile main dirt track and an inner turf course which is 7 furlongs. The track's grandstands can accommodate about 4,000 spectators.
Track History & Quick Facts
There have been no shortage of famous race horses gracing the stalls of this track over the years. Northern Dancer launched his career at this track and eventually became the "King of Canadian racing" and Dance Smartly, which also had strong ties to this track won the Canadian Triple Crown in 1991.
Fort Erie Race Track also features live simulcast racing, betting from home options, and betting off-site options, as well as more than 1000 slot machines and regular wagering promotions on its 85,000 square-foot gaming floor.
The Fort Erie Racetrack also boasts three different restaurants, including the Carousel Restaurant and Bar, the Turfside Bar and Grill, and the Prince of Wales Room. These dining options feature everything from Sunday's Prime Rib Buffet, to a la carte group lunches, to sandwiches and a great breakfast. With so much room within the facility, the Fort is a perfect place to hold seminars or receptions and can accommodate up to 300 guests.
For a great mix of tradition, excitement and wagering options, Fort Erie Racetrack is always a good bet.
Fort Erie Betting Odds
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