Flamboro Downs Horse Racing Track in Canada

Flamboro Downs harness racetrack is perfectly located in Ontario's Dundas, Canada. An exquisite raceway with top events and the added bonus of slot machine casino entertainment, Flamboro Downs is a fantastic experience from beginning to end.

Opened in 1975, Flamboro Downs raceway has grown into a top harness racing venue in Canada. The thrilling race season calendar features prestigious races such as the Ontario Sire Stakes and Flamboro Downs Breeders Stakes. Harness races are run on Wednesdays through to Sundays and post times are typically around 4:00 pm. Renowned as Canada’s fastest ½ mile track, Flamboro Downs encompasses some 220 acres of ground along Highway number 5. Usually the race card at Flamboro Downs harness racetrack has 10 or 11 races. Select your favorite steed, place your bet and take a seat on the 7,000 capacity grandstand for excellent race day thrills. Watch as the exquisite standardbred horses compete to gain victory and bring you the rewards.

Flamboro Downs is open every day from 11:00 am to 3:00 am. Simulcast viewing and wagering is available all through the week. Simulcasts of Fraser Downs can be viewed on Thursdays to Saturdays in the evening. Enjoy both standardbred and thoroughbred racing action from around the continent. Visit the Sports Emporium for great simulcast wagering. Patrons will also find Flamboro Downs’ many dining options a real treat. Enjoy delicious meals and snacks at the Deli, Pavilion Food Court, Top O’ The Turn Dining Room and Pavilion Restaurant Trackside. Flomboro’s casino has 752 slots for the enjoyment of its patrons. The raceway is also connected to an off-track betting network with teletheaters in Stoney Creek, Burlington, Hamilton and Brantford.

Flamboro Downs truly offers eager harness racing enthusiasts a complete experience. With evenings full of entertainment, top racing and fine facilities, what more could a racegoer desire. To top off the entire deal is the fact that admission and parking is absolutely free.

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