Woodbine Race Track
Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario is the pre-eminent horse racing facility in Canada. It is home to the Queen’s Plate, the oldest continously run race in North America, and is the only track outside of the United States to host the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.
Woodbine Race Track Layout
Woodbine features a one-mile all weather track and the EP Taylor Turf course, with the longest home stretch of any turf course in North America. It is also the only track in North American that can hold thoroughbred and harness racing at the same time.
Track History & Facts
The Woodbine Racetrack opened in 1956 and it used a name from another horse racetrack that had closed down. Woodbine Race Track 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. Woodbine Racetrack, 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.
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