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LONDON...The field for the second harness racing edition of the $157,000 Camluck has been drawn and it was Ideal Jimmy drawing the coveted rail position while Rockin Ron, winner of last year's signature race, will leave right in behind from the trailing post eight. Sintra, the lone local horse, has drawn post five for the husband-wife team of driver Jody Jamieson and trainer Stephanie Jamieson. The son of Mach Three will enter the Camluck Classic with a 6-1-0 record in his last seven starts. Done Well, who captured the Confederation Cup in 1:50.2 in his last start, will be one of two starters for trainer Ron Burke. The son of Well Said has earnings approaching $600,000 and boasts a 2-1-0 record from three starts this season. He will line up from post two. Below is the complete field in post position order: 1 Ideal Jimmy 2 Done Well 3 The Wall 4 Southwind Amazon 5 Sintra 6 Rockin Speed 7 Trump Nation 8 Rockin Ron More than $400,000 in purses will be offered up on the program which will get underway at 6:55 p.m. The complete draw for Friday night's program will be held on Tuesday morning and will feature a powerful undercard which includes the Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots divisions for three-year-old pacing fillies. A quartet of City of London Series finals will also be contested that night with more than $100,000 up for grabs for three-year-old colts and fillies on both the trot and pace. For more information, visit WesternFairDistrict.com.   Greg Gangle

LONDON...The field for this year's $157,000 Camluck Classic has now been finalized. Back to defend his Camluck Classic title in the Ron Burke trainee Rockin Ron. The $1.7 million harness racing winner put together a sizzling performance last year when he set a new track record of 1:50.1. The seven-year-old gelding will have Louis Roy aboard. Rockin Speed, trained by Jared & Joe Seekman, is the final starter for this years rich classic. The son of Rockin Image is fresh off a fourth place finish in the Confederation Cup after finishing second in his elimination. The Indiana Sires Stakes graduate had a mark of 1:50.2 taken this year at Miami Valley. Billy Davis is expected to drive. Rockin Ron                                                    --Jake MacDonald photo Also confirmed starters and drivers this year are: Done Well (Dexter Dunn) Ideal Jimmy (Brent Holland) The Wall (Joe Bongiorno) Trump Nation (Jason Bartlett) Sinta (Jody Jamieson) Southwind Amazon (Dave Palone) The post position draw for this year's Camluck Classic will be held live this Monday afternoon on The Raceway pre-game show, which airs at 5:45 p.m. (E.T.). Race fans can tune into a special online broadcast of the Camluck Classic from The Raceway beginning at 10:30 p.m. The one-hour broadcast is part of a three-race series sponsored by the Central Ontario Standardbred Association (COSA). The broadcast will be streamed on the Standardbred Canada website and aired via the Flamboro Downs, Grand River Raceway and Raceway at Western Fair District Facebook pages. Camluck Classic night will also offer a powerful undercard that will include the Ontario Sires Stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies, a quartet of City Of London Series finals and several Preferred races. Visitors will once again have a chance to enjoy the action from the confines of the giant Infield Tent, which was a hit with guests last year. It offers a unique vantage point and entertainment experience with fantastic food and beverage offerings for just $50 plus tax. Tickets to the Infield Event are currently on sale with limited tickets available. The Party on the Patio will be back this year, and bigger and better than ever. Along with the delicious food and beverage offerings that will be available, popular local entertainers Sarina Haggarty and Connor Morand will be on hand performing their unique mix of new material and cover songs throughout the evening. There will be many other contests and giveaways that night with more details to come. To stay up to date on the Camluck Classic and everything happening at The Raceway, visit www.westernfairdistrict.com.   Greg Gangle

LONDON... Harness racing veteran pilot Scott Coulter enjoyed a special milestone when he notched his 5,000th career win on Wednesday evening at The Raceway at Western Fair District. The Brantford, Ontario resident has been a mainstay in the Ontario circuit for more than 25 years and was crowned the leading dash winning driver during the 2018 season at The Raceway. It was a fitting ending to the road to 5,000 for Coulter as he guided 2018 Horse of The Year Spicey Victor to victory in Race 9. Coulter has been primary driver behind the aged gelding for trainer Len Lalonde and his wife Kristina. Scott Coulter and Spicey Victor Greg Gangle

LONDON...Management at The Raceway at Western Fair District reports a significant increase in the number of nominations for this year's City of London Series. Total number of nominations was 172 this year compared to 121 last season. The harness racing pacing divisions show the largest increase over last year with 59 nominations for both Colts and Geldings along with Fillies and Mares. Trotting colts and geldings showed an increase as well with 33 nominations in total. Listed below are the number of nominations per division: Pace    2018    2019 C&G         31        59 F&M         42        59 Trot      2018    2019 C&G         27        33 F&M         21        21 The series is for Ontario-sired horses that are non-winners of $10,000 lifetime as of February 28. Eliminations are set to begin on Wednesday, May 22. Four divisions will take place with each final scheduled as part of the rich Camluck Classic night. Horse people and fans alike are reminded that the Camluck Classic moves back to its traditional Friday time slot this year and is scheduled for Friday, May 31. For the complete list of nominations, please click below:   https://woodbine.com/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/Standardbred/Stakes_Eligibles/Ontario%20Alliance%20eligibles%202019.pdf   For more information visit WesternFairDistrict.com   Greg Gangle      

LONDON - Following a challenging winter season of unpredictable weather, The Raceway is entering the homestretch of its 2018/19 meet and looking forward to a busy and exciting final two months of racing. As a way of kicking off Spring, all participants racing next week at the London oval will have the chance to take part in the 'Spring Into Summer' giveaway which begins this Monday night. All licenced participants racing next week can fill out a ballot for one of dozens of prizes to be won. The draws will take place during the Friday, April 5th live card of racing. The Raceway would like to thank all horsemen for their participation throughout the 2018/2019 race meet. Horse people and fans alike are reminded that the Camluck Classic moves back to its traditional Friday time slot this year and is scheduled for Friday, May 31st. Stay tuned to The Raceway's website and social media channels for full details in the lead up to this year's event.   Greg Gangle      

London, ON  - The Raceway at the Western Fair District honoured its top performers from 2018 during the annual awards night on Saturday, February 23 at the Carousel Room at the London, Ont. raceway. A capacity crown was on-hand for the event which included a reception, dinner, dancing and the awards presentation. Spicey Victor was the star of the show as the claiming trotter took home three awards, including Horse of the Year for regular trainer Len Lalonde. He was also crowned Older Trotter of the Year and Claiming Trotter of the Year. The veteran gelding scored 20 victories in 2018 with 12 of them coming at The Raceway. Driver Scott Coulter captured his first driving title at Western Fair thanks to an outstanding season in 2018. Patrick Shepherd also notched his first training title with a one-victory score over Vic Puddy. The annual Walltyme Stable Lifetime Achievement Award went to the husband and wife team of John and Linda Yake. Jennifer Pinkerton was named Ruth Herbert Horsewoman of the Year. Finally, Dillyn Jackson was crowned Caretaker of the Year. Here is a look at the complete list of the 2012 Western Fair award winners: A list of the 2018 Raceway Award winners appears below. Horse Of The Year: Spicey Victor Older Pacing Horse: Artistic Pick Older Pacing Mare: Casino Classic Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt: Maximus Power Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly: Together We Run Older Trotting Horse: Spicey Victor Older Trotting Mare: Espoir Go Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt: Cold Beer Here Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly: Miller Time Claiming Pacer: So Long Sugar Claiming Trotter: Spicey Victor Driver: Scott Coulter Trainer: Patrick Shepherd Owner: Rebecca Williamson by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

Officials with The Raceway at Western Fair District have announced that the track has been forced to cancel its harness racing live card that was scheduled for Wednesday (February 13). The cancellation has come due to unexpected heavy snow and snow squalls in the region along with treacherous travelling conditions for racing participants. The next card of live racing at Western Fair is scheduled for Friday, February 15. First-race post time for the card has been slated for 6:55 p.m. By Greg Gangle, for The Raceway      

The Raceway Announces Dates Changes For 2019 London, January 1, 2019 -- The Raceway at Western Fair District kicks off its 2019 season tonight and officials at the London half-mile oval have announced some of the details of the track's upcoming Spring season. The Raceway will once again host 125 race dates in 2019 and one of the important date changes will be that of the second edition of the $150,000 Camluck Classic Invitational on closing night. The track's signature event will move back to the traditional Friday night time slot - Friday, May 31 - after being raced on a Saturday night this past season. "We tried a change to Saturday night this past year for a variety of reasons and were not satisfied with the results, so have opted to go back to our traditional spot this year," said Director of Racing Greg Blanchard. "We race in the Friday slot all season and customers have become accustomed to that. I know we are excited to make the change back to Friday and I think the fans will be too. It gives us more overall visibility than we would get on a Saturday night." The Raceway will also host a special Mother's Day matinee card on Sunday, May 12. First race post time will be 12:55 p.m. In lieu of the holiday card, The Raceway will be dark on Monday, May 13. The Raceway will be also be dark on Wednesday, May 29 in preparation for the Camluck Classic card that Friday. Fans are reminded that beginning tonight, live racing shifts to a four-day-a-week schedule through May 31. Live racing goes each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. and Fridays at 6:55 p.m. The Raceway will be announcing its 2018 award winners in the coming days along with the date for the annual award's dinner and presentations. For more information, please visit www.westernfairdistrict.com.   Greg Gangle

LONDON...With just three cards of harness racing remaining in the calendar year, The Raceway's trainers title could come down to the wire. Heading into the Boxing Day card at the London oval, Patrick Shepherd holds a slim one-win lead over fellow conditioner Vic Puddy. Shepherd is in search of his first London training title and is in the midst of a career-best season with over 200 wins along with surpassing $1 million in season earnings. Puddy has been one of the top conditioners at The Raceway in recent years and will look to defend his title after being crowned The Raceway's top trainer in 2017. O'Brien Award finalist Richard Moreau has been a dominant conditioner at The Raceway for many years is currently sitting third, just two wins back of Shepherd. Another O'Brien Award finalist, Kyle Bossence, is stalking in fourth with 31 wins this season. The Arthur, Ont resident has been named a finalist for the Rising Star Award. Name - Wins Patrick Shepherd - 35 Vic Puddy - 34 Richard Moreau - 33 Kyle Bossence - 31 Three final cards are remaining in the calendar year, which will be hosted on Boxing Day (1:15 p.m.), December 28 (6:55 p.m.) and New Year's Eve (6:55 p.m.). Greg Gangle

London, December 19, 2018 -- The Foiled Again farewell tour will make one final stop at The Raceway at Western Fair District on Friday, November 21. The 14-year-old, 108-time career winner is the richest Standardbred of all-time with more than $7.6 million in earnings. The Standardbed icon will lead a post parade and enjoy a meet-and-greet with fans. Customers and horse people are also encouraged to participate in a winner's circle photo with Foiled Again which will take place during a special ceremony during the race card. A giant 'Happy Retirement' greeting card will also be available for horse people to sign in the paddock and will be presented to the connections that night. The Raceway will also offer an exclusive giveaway featuring commemorative Foiled Again hockey pucks. A limited edition of 150 of the pucks will be given away trackside that night. Foiled Again has been travelling North America in recent months making stops at various tracks giving fans one final glimpse of the champion. The son of Dragon Again is set to retire at the end of this season following stops at Woodbine, Mohawk Park on December 22 along with The Meadows on New Year's Eve. Owned by Burke Racing, Weaver Bruscemi and JJK Stable, Foiled Again raced in London's Molson Pace six times, winning the event back-to-back in 2011 and 2012.   Greg Gangle

London...The Raceway in London, Ontario, will once again be one of the busiest tracks in North America during this upcoming holiday season featuring seven harness racing programs over a 13-day period. For the second consecutive year, The Raceway will team up with long time industry partner Wilson Tack to present Christmas In The Paddock on Saturday, December 22nd. This will be the final program prior to the Christmas break with a special start time of 1:15 p.m. All horse people racing that week (December 17,18, 21 and 22) will have a chance to fill out a ballot for one of dozens of prizes to be drawn during the Saturday afternoon program. Fans are reminded that in addition to that program, The Raceway also features live racing on December 26 (Boxing Day) at 1:15 p.m., December 28 at 6:55 p.m.,December 31 (New Year's Eve) at 6:55 p.m. and January 1 (New Year's Day) at 6:15 p.m. The first Wednesday program of the new year is slated for January 2nd at 6:15 p.m. The great Foiled Again will make his final appearance in London on the evening of Friday, December 21st. The richest pacer of all-time and two-time Molson Pace champion will be on hand to meet fans during the night and there will be a special retirement presentation during the night were 150 fans will have a chance to take home a commemorative Foiled Again hockey puck. Seats at the Top Of The Fair are going quickly for both the Boxing Day Brunch and New Year's Eve Buffet. To make reservations, call (519)-438-7203 (ext. 239) or email topofthefair@westernfairdistrict.com. For full details on what's happening at The Raceway in December, visit www.westernfairdistrict.com. The Raceway Holiday Draw Schedule The Raceway at The Western Fair District would like to remind horse people of the holiday draw schedule and a pair of special post times over this holiday season. There will be live racing on Boxing Day (Dec. 26) at 1:15 p.m. (Eastern) as well as a special New Year's Eve program with first post at 6:55 p.m. The holiday draw schedule is as follows: Race Date - Draw Date Friday, Dec. 21 - Monday, Dec. 18 Saturday, Dec. 22 - Tuesday, Dec. 18 Wednesday, Dec. 26 - Wednesday, Dec. 20 Friday, Dec. 28 - Friday, Dec. 21 Monday, Dec. 31 - Thursday, Dec. 27 Tuesday, Jan. 1 - Friday, Dec. 28 Wednesday, Jan. 2 - Friday, Dec. 28 Friday, Jan. 4 - Saturday, Dec. 29 All boxes close at 9 a.m Greg Gangle

London, November 29, 2018 -- The Foiled Again farewell tour will make a special stop at The Raceway at Western Fair District on Friday, November 21. The 14-year-old, 106-time harness racing career winner is the richest Standardbred of all-time with more than $7.6 million in earnings. The Standardbed icon will lead a post parade and enjoy a meet-and-greet with fans. Customers and horse people are also encouraged to participate in a winner's circle photo with Foiled Again which will take place during a special ceremony during the race card. A giant 'Happy Retirement' greeting card will also be available for horse people to sign in the paddock leading up to the event and will be presented to the connections that night. "Foiled Again has truly become the people's horse and we really appreciate the fact that the connections have agreed to bring him here one last time during this farewell tour," said Director of Racing Greg Blanchard. "He obviously has a special place here as a two-time winner of the track's long time signature race The Molson Pace." The Raceway will also offer an exclusive giveaway featuring commemorative Foiled Again hockey pucks. A limited edition of 150 of the pucks will be given away trackside that night. Foiled Again has been travelling North America in recent months making stops at various Fair and Pari-mutuel tracks and giving fans one final glimpse of the champion. "He really is that once in a lifetime horse," said Blanchard. "To achieve what he has over such a long illustrious career sets him apart from the other great champions. And, we are thrilled that our local fans will have a final opportunity to come out and see him in person and pay tribute to this superstar." The son of Dragon Again is set to retire at the end of this season following stops at Woodbine, Mohawk Park on November 22 along with The Meadows on New Year's Eve. Owned by Burke Racing, Weaver Bruscemi and JJK Stable, Foiled Again raced in London's Molson Pace six times, winning the event back-to-back in 2011 and 2012. Greg Gangle  

LONDON... Harness Racing participants hosted a fundraiser on November 19 at The Raceway at Western Fair District along with Woodbine, Mohawk Park in support of Kirsty Dustin, who is undergoing treatment for Breast Cancer. Organizers Shannon Henry and Natasha Day are pleased to announce that over $15,000 was raised in the forms of cash, personal cheque e-transfers and gift vouchers. "We didn't have any expectations going into this fundraiser," trainer Shannon Henry said. "We just wanted to help our friend in the industry. We would have never guessed that we could do what we did and we are so grateful to everyone who supported Kristy. There is no doubt how strong of an industry we have." Kristy Dustin, 33, was on-hand in Race 4 on Monday evening at The Raceway and was greeted by many trainers and drivers along with family and friends. Racing participants at Woodbine, Mohawk Park also took the time for a group photo in honor of Dustin. Following the completion of the fundraiser, Dustin wanted to acknowledge her 'thank you' to the industry. During the past few months, after being diagnosed with breast cancer, I have been faced with challenges, fears and emotions that one never expects to experience. But with each step, something profound always appears that takes my breath away - right in the midst of all the chaos. Some blessings or occurrences I might have otherwise missed. The benefit night on November 19th was most certainly one of those blessings and an amazing act of kindness to help my family and I get through this time a little easier. Words don't seem adequate when it comes to the gratitude that my family and I have for the support, both emotionally and financially, that has been shown to us. We are in awe of the fundraising efforts that took place at The Raceway in London, at Woodbine Mohawk Park and on social media reaching even as far as Florida. We are so grateful to everyone that helped make it possible and organized all the efforts, especially Natasha Day and Shannon Henry. Getting to see so many friendly faces that night, whether it be in person or over the simulcast, it has lifted my spirits and reminded me of how privileged I am to have grown up in and be a part of such a loving industry and community of horsemen and women. If I could have been in two places at once, I would have in an instant, if only to thank and hug every driver, trainer, owner, groom or staff member that showed their support for me. Even the simple act of those who wore a pink ribbon is truly heartwarming and something I will never forget. So, if going through breast cancer is one of the toughest challenges that I have to go through in my life, all of you have made it that much easier to continue the road ahead to being cancer-free. Sincerely, Kristy Dustin & Family If anyone is looking for more information about the fundraiser or interested in donating, please contact organizers Shannon Henry (519-831-6921) or Natasha Day (519-498-3203). Greg Gangle

London, ON  - The harness racing drivers' title for the 2018 season at The Raceway at Western Fair District could go right down to the final program on New Year's Eve as Scott Coulter and Robert Shepherd are stride-for-stride for wins at the half-mile oval. Coulter currently leads all drivers with 111 wins on the season while Shepherd isn't far behind with 102 trips to the winners circle. With 20 cards remaining on the calendar this year, the dash title could come down to the wire. "It wouldn't surprise me," said leading driver Scott Coulter. "'Shep' and I have enjoyed ourselves this year, but we also can't count out Alfie (Carroll) and Colin (Kelly). Those guys have been on a big run as of late." The veteran driver said his devotion to The Raceway this season is a prime reason for his success. "I really dedicated myself to Western Fair all season compared to other years," he said. It's been really paying off. I've had success and that comes from the trainers giving me their confidence and horse power. "I think I've been more patient as of late and not over-driving," he continued. "I've been able to pick up the pieces late in the mile and not be as aggressive." The Brantford resident banked over $1.6 million in earnings this season and is just one win shy of 250 trips to the winners circle. Robert Shepherd is also on the verge of a milestone as the reinsman is one win away from 300 for the year. "The main thing is staying healthy. I've had my fair share of accidents over the years," Shepherd said. "I have a young family at home so it's more important as ever to make sure I'm healthy." The Flamborough resident was quick to credit the trainers and owners. "I've had a lot of good clients all year that have stuck with me and that really means a lot. It's always nice to show up to work and have the power between the shafts." Shepherd remains nine wins back of Coulter with seven weeks of racing left. "It should be a lot of fun," said Shepherd. "Hopefully I can close the gap and make it interesting." The Raceway is entering one of its busiest times of the year, currently operating on a three-day-a-week schedule - Mondays and Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m. and Fridays at 6:55 p.m. Wednesday night programs will be added in the new year with a 6:15 p.m. first post. For more information, visit www.westernfairdistrict.com. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

London, ON... May 26 - When Easy Lover Hanover lines up behind the gate in the inaugural Camluck Classic, trainer Ben Wallace admits he's quite humbled to be involved in the Grand Circuit.   Following the devastating barn fire at Classy Lane Training Center in January of 2016, which claimed the lives of more than 40 horses, including 15 of Wallace's, the veteran conditioner is thankful to be in the sport.   "In one day I was out of business," Wallace said. "Just like that, but I'm certainly thankful to where we're at today and just being able to see my name on the program."   Wallace lost his standout pacer Apprentice Hanover ($1 million) in the tragic fire, but he soon found another superstar in the making.   His name is Easy Lover Hanover.   "That was the very first horse we bought following the fire," Wallace said. "He certainly was a turning point for me and helped with some bad memories of the past."   Purchased for $70,000 by long-time owner Brad Grant, Easy Lover Hanover made an immediate impact in the Wallace barn.   The son of Somebeachsomwhere captured his first six races early in his three-year-old year with a sign of bigger and better things to come.   The 28-time winner capped off his sophomore season with a victory in the $314,000 Progress Pace before continuing his success as an aged horse.   "He's always showed high speed and I think giving him the proper time off has paid off well. We had to give him a break at some point during his three-year-old year because he started racing very early otherwise it's such a long season for him. "   Last season, the Wallace trainee earned $215,000 and ended his campaign with six consecutive wins at the Preferred level on the WEG Circuit.   The now five-year-old picked up right where he left off winning his first three starts of the season, before tasting defeat for the first time last week.   "I was disappointed with his effort," said Wallace. "I wish I had some sort of reason for the effort, but I don't. He simply got beat."   When mapping out the schedule for Easy Lover Hanover, Wallace had the inaugural Camluck Classic on the radar as the horses first major stakes event.   "It's definitely something that Brad and I had talked about for this season. He's bigger and stronger this year and he's become a man. I think he can do some pretty nice things this season and we're hopeful."   Easy Lover Hanover will line up from post five in the Camluck Classic and will be reunited with regular pilot Doug McNair.   "I think you're always worried about coming to the half, because it all depends on the draw and trip. I think any trainer will tell you that. We're excited to be a part of the night and we're hoping for the best."   The field for the Camluck Classic (which includes post positions, horses, drivers, trainers and morning line odds) appears below.   CAMLUCK CLASSIC (Post - Horse - Driver - Trainer - Morning Line Odds) 1 - Sunfire Blue Chip - T. Henry - J. Takter - 9-2 2 - Isitfridayyet - A. Carroll - R. Moreau - 8-1 3 - Killer Martini - S. Coulter - R. Bucci - 10-1 4 - Rockin Ron - L. Roy - R. Burke - 5-2 5 - Easy Lover Hanover - D. McNair - B. Wallace - 7-2 6 - Evenin Of Pleasure - J. Bongiorno - J. Bongiorno - 4-1 7 - Dr J Hanover - Ja. MacDonald - T. Alagna - 8-1 8 - Bit Of A Legend N - J. Stratton - P. Tritton - 2-1   by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway    

LONDON, ON - May 24 - When the inaugural $150,000C Camluck Classic takes place on Saturday, May 26 at The Raceway, it would only be fitting to have a son of the late sire included in the stellar field of eight. Killer Martini, a six-year-old son of the Hall of Famer Camluck, will line up from post three in the inaugural event for owner/trainer Ricki Bucci. Killer Martini is no stranger to The Raceway having begun his career at the London oval. "We're definitely excited to come and be a part of the night," Bucci said. "I see we have a good post, so hopefully we have some luck. It should be an exciting night." The black gelding has banked $126,000 already this season from 16 starts. He captured a division of the George Morton Levy earlier this season with an impressive time of 1:52.4. The 16-time winner has earned $343,232 during his career and has been a mainstay at Yonkers Raceway at the Open level. "I'm told Camluck's get better with age and that's exactly what has happened with him," Bucci said. "I took him out of a $15K claimer a few years ago and he's blossomed for me. I'm lucky to have him in my barn and he's been very good to me." Bucci, who trains 16 horses in upstate New York, admits he's having a difficult time handicapping the rich classic. "I honestly have no idea how it's going to unfold," Bucci said. "Usually when I try and predict the trip, it goes the opposite way. Anything is possible with a great group like this on a half and do think we will see a lot of action. It should be fun to watch." Below is the complete field in post position order: 1 Sunfire Blue Chip - Trevor Henry 2 Isitfridayyet - Alfie Carroll 3 Killer Martini - Scott Coulter 4 Rockin Ron - Louis Roy 5 Easy Lover Hanover - Doug McNair 6 Evenin Of Pleasure - Joe Bongiorno 7 Dr J Hanover - James MacDonald 8 Bit Of A Legend - Jordan Stratton More than $500,000 in purses will be offered up on the 12-race program which will get underway at 6:55 p.m. A powerful undercard which includes a pair of Ontario Sires Stakes Gold divisions for three-year-old pacing fillies along with a quartet of City of London Series finals will also be contested that night. Below are the event details for this year's Camluck Classic program: Promotions VIP Infield Experience (tickets available online at camluckclassic.ca) Draws for Trackside Music Festival Tickets and 40-inch tv Draws for Beer and Barbecue Show tickets Molson Party on the Patio Camluck Classic Cheerleader Contest ($350 in cash to be won) Special Guest Mini Horse greeting patrons at the entrance Hat and T-shirt tosses throughout the night in the Grandstand and on the Patio National Anthem performed by rising country music star Julia Haggarty Scratch & Win programs (Hundreds of prize items to be redeemed) One-hour broadcast on Facebook Live from 10:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. in partnership with Woodbine Entertainment and Standardbred Canada Wagering Menu (15% takeout wagers) $5,000 Guaranteed Early Pick-3 $10,000 Guaranteed Early Pick-4 $15,000 Guaranteed Late Pick-4 Three Super Hi-5 Wagers (races 7, 10 and 12) 3% Cash back on wagers through HPI by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

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