As summer ends and autumn begins, many people in Milton and surrounding towns began to plan out their activities and downs in it for everyone in the GTA, very special (and always interesting) show horse racing back to Woodbine Mohawk Park for the first time in four years.
On Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26th, residents of all ages can spend a crisp autumn weekend watching horseraces heartstopping in 2019 Breeders Crown.
The 36th edition of the Breeders Crown, presented by Libfeld / Katz Breeding Partnership, is returned to Woodbine Mohawk Park for the first time since 2015. The two-day event, which is ideal for couples, families, and groups of friends, will feature a total of 12 races and $ 6 million (USD) in the wallet.
Famous event is one more reason to check out the Woodbine Mohawk Park, the center of the area that has been hosting a pulse-pounding racetrack in Campbellville, Ontario since 1963.
The facilities were quite large, which offers songs harness racing which includes the 7 / 8ths of a mile, loved to be the purpose of a family-friendly offers a one-of-kind event, casual and upscale dining experiences, elegant accommodations for special events, an on-site casino and much more.
While the racecourse the main event in the Breeders Crown, participants will not be disappointed with the food and drinks. The park will offer a variety of food trucks, candy and ice cream stand (perfect for small children who love both sweets and horses) and the beer garden.
This event is completely free to attend but guests can purchase meal tickets if they want to enjoy a premium culinary experience. What’s even better is that the guests can receive up to $ 50 off when they bought a two-day pass.
Since racing gets the adrenaline pumping, participants may also be pleased to hear that they can relax with a signature cocktail created specifically for fans of Breeders Crown.
They are only thinking about the beautiful and strong horse that should be noted that the event will feature the best standardbreds, drivers, trainers, owners, and breeders from all over the world.
In fact, horses and racing lovers may be pleased to hear that the Bold Eagle, the trotter of the most famous in Europe, will come to the race. Beloved horse, coming from France, has won several awards. More recently, he won the Grand Prix of Wallonia (Belgium).
On Friday night, participants can watch four championships for horses two years (steps and trots to horses and mares). Riding the three-year-old and up will be on display Saturday night at the eight-race championship.
Each night will feature 12 races in total, and post time is 07:00
On Friday, the purse is $ 2.4 million. On Saturday, it will be $ 3.4 million. Those who want to bet on their favorite horses may be happy to hear that some races boast a purse of $ 400,000 and others could reach $ 600,000.
The smallest purse is $ 300,000.
Another bonus is the recognition that and parking is both completely free-making it easy for the horse races and entertainment fans to come out and spend as little as they want on two days worth of entertainment.
This event is also great for people who want to go all-out.
Guests wishing to reserve a spot star treatment in COSA Premium Lounge with one or two-day pass. Those who book a room can party like a VIP track in the exclusive lounge while enjoying tasty and delicious chef’s creations, an open bar and exhilarating views racetrack.
A one-night COSA Premium Lounge pass costs $ 125 on Friday, while a two-day pass costs $ 350. Anyone who bought tickets for Lounge will receive a ball cap and a $ 15 betting voucher.
Guests can also mix and match their activities. Mohawk’s weekend package allows guests to choose among four dining options for two days. For example, viewers can dine at Mohawk Harvest Kitchen on Friday and treat themselves to a VIP experience at COSA Premium Lounge on Saturday.
Mixing and matching can save up to $ 50.
Guests on a budget can also buy grandstand indoor two-day pass for $ 20 pass allows viewers to take in the two days of racing action from the comfort of indoor space that offers a climate-controlled cushioned seating.
This viewpoint has easy access to the apron, concessions and other site features and facilities.
Those traveling for Breeders Crown can also stay at a nearby hotel, the Hilton Toronto Mississauga, less. Guests can book accommodation at a low rate of $ 109 per night, while the inventory of rooms available.
A free shuttle bus will take guests from the hotel to Woodbine Mohawk Park on the second day of the event.
This event will also give back to the local community with the Breeders Crown Charity Challenge. Challenge pairs of four award-winning standardbreds with four celebrities and charities they have chosen for the unique challenges of social media.
During the Breeders Crown Charity Challenge (8 June to 26 October), the celebrities will receive 1 percent of income “their” horses to donate to their favorite charity.
Pinball Clemons will be paired with Warrawee Ubeaut, and any winnings will go to Pinball Clemons Foundation. Kim MacDonald will be paired with Woodside Charm, and they will support the Breast Cancer Society of Canada. Eddie Olczyk and Gimpanzee will support the Cancer Foundation Princess Margaret and Dan Plesac and Captain Crunch will support the Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society.
By voting for your favorite team, you can help them win the grand prize bonus of about $ 100K. Winners will be announced at the Breeders Crown.
Are you going to check out the Breeders Crown this October?
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