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Postmodernism and Westbeach blew up the Woodbine Mohawk Park tote board on Friday, Feb. 26 with two late-closing upsets.   Postmodernism went from last to first in the ninth race at 25-1 in an eye-catching move rarely seen in harness racing. With it, she secured the last of three $20,000 feature races and a first victory for new owners.   Driver Bob McClure dropped back with her to eighth at the start and continued to sit near the back through fractions of 27.2, 57, and 1:26.2. The pair pulled fourth-over coming around the far turn as Free Flyin Ticket overtook Sunday Afternoon at the head of the field. McClure fully unleashed Postmodernism at the eighth pole, and she unfurled her metaphorical wings. The five-year-old mare flew home, passing eight horses in the stretch and getting by Sunday Afternoon in the last possible stride to win.       Postmodernism took her fourth lifetime victory from 28 starts and surpassed $50,000 in earnings with the Feb. 26 1:54.2 win. It was also the daughter of American Ideal's first win for trainer Jody McClure and 2729346 Ontario Inc. The mare paid $53.90 to win.   Six races earlier, 22-1 shot Westbeach converted a perfect trip into her first win of the season in the first of three co-features, passing the two favourites in the lane for a big upset.   Driver Sylvain Filion guided her into the pocket early, sitting behind Major League N through fractions of 27.2, 57.2, and 1:25.3. Swift Ally marched up to challenge first-over turning for home. The top two battled into the lane with drivers Ed Hensley and Doug McNair asking their mounts for more. Filion slid Westbeach out mid-stretch, but the five-year-old mare needed every meter of racetrack to get it done. She hit another gear in the final 1/16th and nailed Swift Ally by a head.       Swift Ally was game in second, as was Major League N, who finished third by half a length. The winner paid $47.40.   Westbeach took her first win since November 2020 in 1:52.3. The Sombeachsomewhere mare has now tallied eight wins from 50 starts and earned more than $110,000 lifetime for Lachance Racing Stable and Dragon Racing Inc. Her most recent win comes under the conditioning of trainer Richard Moreau.   Sheswildnfree jogged as expected in the second of the three co-features, scoring by two lenghts with the whip lightly used and the earplugs unpulled.   She tucked in third into the first turn at 1/5, but driver Filion quickly pulled the trigger and sent his mare to the top. She cleared Northern Sultan, who led to the quarter in 28.1 and who moved to the safety lane on the backstretch for an unknown reason. Meadowbranch Noble followed Sheswildnfree into the outside flow but took the pocket after Northern Sultan vacated the rail. Sheswildnfree set a 58.4 half and a 1:28.3 three-quarters with Archies Star providing mild pressure first-over. The leader kicked away with minimal urging from Filion, cruising home for a two-length victory and a new life's mark of 1:56.2.       She's now two-for-two in 2021 for trainer Benoit Baillargeon. The four-year-old mare by Muscle Mass has four wins and more than $50,000 lifetime against her name from 20 lifetime starts. She's owned and was bred by Thomas and Elizabeth Rankin of St. Catherines.   Mohawk is back in action on Saturday, Feb. 27 with a 10-race card.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

MILTON, ON - February 26, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all harness rcing horsepeople of its updated schedule for training and schoolers. Due to mild temperatures and rain, Woodbine Mohawk Park has cancelled training for Saturday (February 27) morning. The next set of training days are scheduled for Tuesday (March 2), Friday (March 5) and Saturday (March 6). Sign-up for training opens Saturday (February 27) at 2 p.m. Woodbine Mohawk Park will also offer four schoolers following this Monday's (March 1) qualifiers. Sign-up for schoolers also opens Saturday (February 27) at 2 p.m. Sign-up links for training and schoolers are available below: Training: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 Friday, March 5, 2021 Saturday, March 6, 2021 Schoolers: Monday, March 1, 2021 by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

Lyons Liberty sailed past the top four in Woodbine Mohawk Park's top condition on Thursday, Feb. 25.   There was copious harness racing action up front; Hes Swift won the early duel and took the driver's seat, but Lobel Bruiser pulled the trigger after a 28 opening panel. The latter took over at the half in 56.1 and had no time for a breather, setting a 1:24.3 three-quarter time while maintaining a one-and-three-quarter length advantage.   Lyons Liberty grabbed golden second-over cover, rode it to the head of the stretch, and quickly outkicked it. James Macdonald asked for pace and Lyons Liberty supplied plenty of it, shooting to the top under light urging and coasting to a two-length win in 1:53.1.       His third lifetime win in this N/W 2 or $30,000 lifetime event came just a fifth of a second shy of his lifetime mark. The son of American Ideal has earned $44,532 for Threelyonsracing of Brantford on 19 starts. Tony Beaton has trained the horse since its return to Ontario in October 2020. A win ticket returned $4.00.   One race prior, 7/5 favourite Hp Starlette won the N/W 2 or $20,000 lifetime class in a similar move, but it took much longer for her to seal the deal than Lyons Liberty.   Rjs Invictus led through the half in 29 and 59.1 fractions with the field single-file behind him. Hp Starlette went first-up passing five-eighths and made it from fifth to second by the three-quarters in 1:29. Her and Rjs Invictus threw down in a close stretch drive, but Louis-Phillipe Roy sent her into another gear in the final eighth of a mile. She proved a length too good for Rjs Invictus, who finished second. Modern Mass followed Hp Starlette in the outside flow and closed for show.       Hp Starlette took her third lifetime victory in 1:57.3 for trainer Jean Tourigny. The four-year-old trotting mare by Muscle Mass has now earned more than $75,000 for owners/breeders Claude Hamel of Ayer's Cliff and Guy Desautels of Montreal. She paid $4.90 to win.   Tourigny is off to a hot start to the season, winning four races from seven starters so far. He moved to Ontario last season and ranks among the top conditioners in 2021.   Mohawk will be back in action on Friday, Feb. 26.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

MILTON, ON - February 23, 2021 - Woodbine Entertainment today announced rescheduled dates for several harness racing winter series at Woodbine Mohawk Park. The recent shutdown of live racing in Ontario has forced the delayed start of four series and the delay of two series finals. The Family Day Trotting Series and Wine & Roses Trotting Series will now start on Monday, March 8. The Blizzard Pacing Series will start on Thursday, March 11, while the Snowshoe Pacing Series will start the following evening on Friday, March 12. All four series will feature two preliminary legs and a $30,000 added money final. The finals of the Valedictory Pacing Series and Niagara Pacing Series, originally scheduled for Boxing Day, will now take place after the completion of the Blizzard and Snowshoe Series. The date of those finals will be confirmed in the coming week. The list of eligible horses for the series starting in March are available below: FAMILY DAY TROTTING SERIES - ELIGIBLES WINE AND ROSES TROTTING SERIES - ELIGIBLES SNOWSHOE PACING SERIES - ELIGIBLES BLIZZARD PACING SERIES - ELIGIBLES by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

Its Academic had the win wrapped up in Woodbine Mohawk Park's highest condition on Monday, Feb. 22, but gait issues wiped away the victory.   Harness racing driver Doug McNair crafted a perfect pocket trip for the four-year-old trotter, and the pair appeared to be clear in the last eighth of a mile. In the final few yards, however, the horse began pacing. He crossed the line first, but the judges found he violated the breaking rule and placed him last. Perfetto, who finished second for driver/trainer Dagfin Henriksen gained the win through disqualification.   P L Jill hit the front first for Mario Baillargeon from post five and set a 27.4 first quarter. Its Academic settled into the pocket spot from post four, and Perfetto sat sixth at that point. The order remained the same until Perfetto blinked first, moving to the outside past three-eighths. Meanwhile, Baillargeon gave the leader a breather with a 57.2 half.   Perfetto got properly into gear as the field hit the far turn, making it up to third before three-quarters in 1:26.3. This triggered Its Academic, the 7/5 favourite, to swing to the outside from second and make his move. P L Jill fought bravely, but Its Academic had slightly more after the pocket trip. The latter went by the former and it seemed like he would win comfortably, but he suddenly switched to the pace with meters remaining. Perfetto continued to gain all the way to the wire and fell short by about a neck in a very game effort. P L Jill crossed the line third, and Memo came from last to pick up fourth.   The officials decided that Its Academic did violate the breaking rule and disqualified him. Perfetto took his 17th lifetime win through promotion, and P L Jill and Memo were given second and third, respectively.   Perfetto surpasses $400,000 in earnings with this win. The six-year-old Majestic Son gelding is owned by Gerald Haggerty of Camden East. For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale for Harnesslink

Wheels On Fire went wire-to-wire against harness racing Preferred regulars in Woodbine Mohawk Park's top condition race Saturday night Feb. 20.   The six-year-old has been a mainstay in high-level overnights, winning three Preferred harness racing events at Mohawk last summer. His Feb. 20 score in the N/W $22,000L5 class was his first since Oct. 10, 2020.   Bob McClure, Canada's 2020 Driver of the Year, sent Wheels on Fire to the engine with ease. The pair hit the quarter in 27.3, and McClure gave the son of Somebeachsomewhere a breather going to the half in 56.3. Odds-on first choice So Much More left the single file formation first, coming off the rail near five-eighths. That mare forced the hand of Jody Jamieson and East End, who left the pocket to assume first-up duties. The field finished the third panel in 1:25, and Wheels on Fire seemed to put away both So Much More and East End at the head of the stretch. So Much More, however, had more, and she launched a late rally. Wheels on Fire had just enough though, and he survived to win by a neck at 7-1.   So Much More's charge amounted to a second-place check, and East End was game to finish third. The winner paid $16.80.     Wheels on Fire approaches $400,000 in lifetime earnings with this 23rd win from 67 total. The older pacing gelding competed in stakes events at two and three, and he's transformed into a reliable condition performer with age. He's owned by Brad Grant and trained by Richard Moreau, Canada's 2020 Trainer of the Year. The latter won three of the ten on the Feb. 20 card.   Mohawk's next race date will be Feb. 22.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Sweet Heaven won the N/W $14,500L5 top condition at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Feb. 19, giving the Baillargeon barn a heavenly start to its 2021 harness racing season.   The five-year-old mare quarter-poled from the four-hole in the Friday night feature and rushed to the front. She paced the next half-mile unopposed and resisted a late challenge from Hello Love to earn a winner's circle trip.   Hello Love sprinted out to an early advantage, striking the front entering the first turn. She paced the first quarter in 29.4, and Sylvain Filion simultaneously hit the gas on Sweet Heaven, bringing her out of fourth. Filion seemed to wrestle with the Benoit Baillargeon trainee as the horse cleared to the lead at the half in 57.4.   Sweet Heaven managed a reasonable 1:26.2 third quarter before quickly dispatching first-over challenger Lyons Tilt Hanover. The leader went into a drive and repelled an attack from Hello Love, who mounted a charge in the final eighth. The latter made it to the leader's shoulder, but no further, and finished second by a neck. Rose Run Victory sat behind the top two for much of the contest and slid out late to take the third-place cheque.     Sara Baillargeon, a caretaker for her family's Baillargeon stable, was excited after the mare's win.   "Two starts into 2021 and Team B gets a win," she posted on Facebook after the race. "Heaven takes advantage of class drop, plugs in, jiggy jog."   The daughter of Sweet Lou improves to 11 for 31 lifetime and adds the winner's cut of the $22,000 purse to her previous total earnings of $113,271. She's owned by Benoit Baillargeon, Rick Heinz, and Santo and Nunzio Vena. A $2 win ticket paid $4.   This card was Woodbine Mohawk Park's second since returning from a hiatus caused by the Covid-19 lockdown in Ontario. The Campbellville, Ontario track's next race date is Feb. 20.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

MILTON, ON - February 19, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park's Race Office would like to inform all harness racing horsepeople of upcoming dates for training and schoolers. Schoolers will be offered this Monday morning following qualifiers. A total of three schoolers (maximum of 10 horses in each) will take place. Sign-up is first come, first serve and opens Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. The sign-up link for schoolers is available here. Woodbine Mohawk Park will also be open for training next week on Tuesday (February 23), Friday (February 26) and Saturday (February 27). Each training day is split into two sessions with 40 spots available in each. Trainers are reminded of the five-horse limit per day. The sign-up links for each training day are available below: Training - Tuesday, February 23 Training - Friday, February 26 Training - Saturday, February 27 Horsepeople are reminded to complete Woodbine's COVID-19 screening form prior to arriving at the racetrack and to always adhere to all COVID-19 prevention protocols. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment          

STANDARDBRED CANADA reports that despite a number of short fields and a fierce blast of winter weather it was a solid return to racing at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Thursday evening. The Campbellville oval featured a nine-race program with an average field size of 7.5 horses, but that didn’t stop handicappers from hammering away at the keyboards of their laptops and the keypads on their smart phones to place wagers on the card. A total handle of $1,862,446 was the end result, with the average handle per race checking in at a solid $206,938. Earning doubles on the program were driver Jody Jamieson and trainer Patrick Shepherd. They joined forces to take Race 4 with newly-acquired Art Of Fire, who was claimed for $8,000 following his 1:56.3 triumph. Jamieson clicked one race earlier with the Carmen Auciello-trained Hes Swift in a time of 1:55. Shepherd’s other win came in Race 9 with another new recruit – Portrstownchris IR – in a time of 1:56.1. Doug McNair mapped out the winning trip for the gelding who was claimed for $10,000 from the winning effort. Another nine-race program will be offered at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Friday evening. Post time for the first race is scheduled for 7 p.m. To view results for Thursday's card of harness racing, click the following link: Thursday Results – Woodbine Mohawk Park. From Standardbred Canada

MILTON, ON - February 18, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all horsepeople the entry box for this Monday (February 22) has been left open until Friday morning at 10:30 a.m.   Conditions have been added to the sheet for Monday's program. Horsepeople are urged to review the new and existing conditions.   The condition sheet for Monday's card is available here.   by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment          

MILTON, ON - February 18, 2021 - Woodbine Entertainment today announced that all slots for the 2021 Mohawk Million have officially been sold and the $1 million race for two-year-old trotters will be contested on Saturday, September 25 at Woodbine Mohawk Park. The deadline to purchase one of nine slots in the Mohawk Million was February 15 and Woodbine has received purchase contracts to fill all slots. A $50,000 (CAD) payment was required by the February 15 deadline and all the slot purchasers will now have until June 1 to submit the remaining $50,000 (CAD) of the $100,000 slot fee. "We are very excited to announce that the second edition of the Mohawk Million is officially moving forward," said Jim Lawson, CEO of Woodbine Entertainment. "The Mohawk Million is a race that impacts many avenues of our industry and brings notoriety to our sport. "On behalf of our entire team at Woodbine, I'd like to extend a special thank you to the owners that have purchased slots and are helping support a race that raises the prominence of our world class sport. I'd also like to acknowledge and thank Jessica Buckley, Bill McLinchey and our entire team for persevering in pulling this event together in spite of these challenging times." The names of the nine slot owners for the 2021 Mohawk Million will be unveiled by the end of the month. Woodbine Mohawk Park continues to compile a list of all the horses nominated to its 2021 stakes from the recent February 15 deadline. The tenth and final slot in the Mohawk Million will be awarded to the winner of the William Wellwood Memorial on Saturday, September 11. The Mohawk Million card on September 25 will be Canada's richest night of racing for 2021 with over $2.6 million in purses. The rising stars of harness racing will be the focus of Mohawk Million night, as the $850,000 Metro Pace for two-year-old pacers and $540,000 Shes A Great Lady are part of the rich evening. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment          

MILTON, ON - February 15, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all harness rawcing horsepeople of an adjustment to Tuesday's (February 16) training times. Due to a snowfall warning, Woodbine Mohawk Park has pushed back the start of training from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. The new training times for Tuesday are listed below: Session One: 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Session Two: 11:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. All horsepeople are reminded to complete Woodbine's daily COVID-19 screening questionnaire prior to arriving at the racetrack. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

MILTON, ON - February 12, 2021 - Following today's designation of the Halton Region being placed in the 'Red-Control' zone by the Government of Ontario, Woodbine Entertainment has announced plans to resume live harness racing, without spectators, at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Thursday, February 18. Halton Region will officially enter the 'Red-Control' zone as of 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 16. Live horse racing, without spectators, is permitted in all phases of the province's current COVID-19 Response Framework except for 'Grey-Lockdown'. With the resumption of racing on February 18, Woodbine Mohawk Park will proceed with its regular schedule of live racing every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 7 p.m. Condition sheets for the first several cards at Woodbine Mohawk Park are now posted at The draw for Thursday's card will take place Monday, February 15, with the entry box closing at its usual time of 10:30 a.m. The full draw schedule is listed below: Enter Monday for Thursday Enter Tuesday for Friday Enter Wednesday for Saturday Enter Thursday for Monday Woodbine Mohawk Park qualifiers will be held on Thursday, February 18 and the draw held on Wednesday, February 17. As per the Government of Ontario's restrictions, spectators are not permitted at Woodbine Mohawk Park at this time. Only those performing essential duties relating to the operating of live horse racing are currently permitted onsite. Woodbine Entertainment will provide an update to horse owners and the public over the coming days of opportunities to watch and wager. Any horseperson coming to Woodbine Mohawk Park for training, qualifying or racing must complete the COVID-19 Daily Screening Form prior to arriving at the racetrack and must adhere to Woodbine Entertainment's COVID-19 Racing Protocols at all times. Any horseperson that has been outside of Ontario must provide the Director of Racing (Bill McLinchey, with proof of their return date and be in Ontario for 14 days before coming to Woodbine Mohawk Park for training, qualifying or live racing. Any individual outside of Ontario must also provide a negative COVID-19 test taken 10 days into their quarantine. For the latest updates, visit or follow @WoodbineSB on Facebook and Twitter. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment

MILTON, ON - February 12, 2021 -Woodbine Mohawk Park has released the sign-up links for next week’s training days and issued a reminder of COVID-19 prevention protocols to all harness racing horsepeople.  Training will take place Tuesday (February 16), Friday (February 19) and Saturday (February 20) of next week at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Each day is split into two sessions with 40 spots open in each session. Trainers are limited to bringing in five horses per day. Sign-up opens Saturday at 2 p.m.   Here are the sign-up links for each day:  Training – Tuesday, February 16, 2021 Training – Friday, February 19, 2021 Training – Saturday, February 20, 2021  Woodbine Mohawk Park would also like to remind all horsepeople of several COVID-19 prevention protocols.  Any horseperson that has been outside of Ontario must provide the Director of Racing (Bill McLinchey, with proof of their return date and be in Ontario for 14 days before coming to Woodbine Mohawk Park for training, qualifying or live racing. Any individual outside of Ontario must also provide a negative COVID-19 test taken 10 days into their quarantine.   All horsepeople are to complete Woodbine’s daily COVID-19 screening questionnaire before each visit to Woodbine Mohawk Park. The screening questionnaire can be found at    All horsepeople must wear an approved face mask at all times while on the Woodbine Mohawk Park property. Bandanas and balaclavas are no longer permitted as face coverings, unless worn over an approved face mask.   N95 face masks that have been properly fitted prior to use  Disposable surgical / non-surgical face masks  Custom re-usable face masks that cover both the mouth and nose   by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

The forty-eighth Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing season will kick off on Saturday, May 22 at Woodbine Mohawk Park with the Gold Series opener for the talented three-year-old pacing colts. The event will renew the rivalry between freshman Super Final champion Bulldog Hanover, division point leader Desperate Man and O'Brien Award winner Lawless Shadow. "I'm looking forward to it, very much so," said trainer and co-owner Dr. Ian Moore from his winter base in Florida, where he is preparing Lawless Shadow for the three-year-old campaign. "I just love sitting behind him, jogging him. He's just, you've got this power in front of you and I'm really optimistic for his three-year-old year." The 2021 Grassroots season will begin on Sunday, May 23 with the sophomore pacing colts featured on Flamboro Downs' Confederation Cup card. Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS) competitors will also take a star turn on Camluck Classic night at The Raceway at Western Fair District, on Clinton Raceway's Kin Pace Final card, as part of the Industry Day program at Grand River Raceway and during a quartet of Grand Circuit events at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Grassroots and Gold Series competitors will accumulate points through five regular season events for each age, sex and gait, aiming for a berth in the post season. The Grassroots Semi-Finals are slated for Thursday, Sept. 30 and Friday, Oct. 1 with the Championships on Saturday, Oct. 9 at Woodbine Mohawk Park. The Gold Series Super Finals will go postward at the Campbellville, ON oval on Saturday, Oct. 16. The complete 2021 schedule is available on the OSS website. Trainer Shawn Steacy is prepping 39 Ontario Sired two and three-year-olds for the 2021 campaign and hoping to defend the Johnston Cup title he earned last season. "It's exciting. My dad and I, we take a lot of pride in the Ontario Sires Stakes and being very competitive in it. When we go to buy yearlings, that's what we gear towards," said the Brantford, ON resident, who is following in the footsteps of his father, three-time Johnston Cup winner Mark Steacy. "It's no pressure or anything after winning last year. It's a fun, competitive thing to follow, that's all. "I thought Gregg McNair bought a bunch of nice yearlings last fall and he was on our heels all last year, so I'm scared to see what he's going to do this year. I'm hoping he has really nice American-breds, put it that way," added Steacy with a laugh. Four-time Johnston Cup winner McNair finished just three points behind Steacy in the 2020 point standings. For those Ontario Sired youngsters who do not find their niche in the OSS, Ontario Racing's Prospect Series returns for a second year with five events for each age, sex and gait culminating in a final at Grand River Raceway on Friday, Sept. 24. Complete details about the Prospect Series can be found on the Ontario Racing website. For more information about the Ontario Sires Stakes program please visit the website or contact the Program Administrator at From the Ontario Sire Stakes    

MILTON, ON -  February 9, 2021 - Less than a week remains to submit nominations for Woodbine Entertainment's 2021 Standardbred harness racing stakes program at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Nominations close Monday, February 15, 2021 for all major events at Woodbine Mohawk Park and stakes at various tracks across Ontario. The February 15 date is also the deadline to purchase a slot in the Mohawk Million. All events closing on February 15 are listed below. All purses are estimates, except for the $1 million guaranteed purses for the Pepsi North America Cup and Mohawk Million. Pepsi North America Cup (3-Year-Old Pace) - $1 Million Mohawk Million (2-Year-Old Trot) - $1 Million Armbro Flight (Filly & Mare Trot) - $250,000 Canadian Pacing Derby (Open Pace) - $600,000 Canadian Trotting Classic (3-Year-Old Trot) - $600,000 Casual Breeze (3-Year-Old Filly Trot) - $180,000 Elegantimage (3-Year-Old Filly Trot) - $375,000 Eternal Camnation (2-Year-Old Filly Pace) - $240,000 Fan Hanover (3-Year-Old Filly Pace) - $450,000 Goodtimes (3-Year-Old Trot) - $250,000 Maple Leaf Trot (Open Trot) - $600,000 Metro Pace (2-Year-Old Pace) - $850,000 Milton (Filly & Mare Pace) - $250,000 Nassagaweya (2-Year-Old Pace) - $220,000 Peaceful Way (2-Year-Old Filly Trot) - $400,000 Roses Are Red (Filly & Mare Pace) - $330,000 Shes A Great Lady (2-Year-Old Filly Pace) - $540,000 Somebeachsomewhere (3-Year-Old Pace) - $190,000 William Wellwood Memorial (2-Year-Old Trot) - $610,000 Note: The winner of the William Wellwood Memorial receives a slot in the Mohawk Million. To download the 2021 Woodbine Standardbred Stakes Booklet, click here. Woodbine Entertainment also handles the administration of stakes races contested at various tracks across Ontario. Nominations close February 15 for the following events: Grand River Raceway Battle of Waterloo (Ontario Sired 2-Year-Old Pace) - $240,000 Battle of the Belles (Ontario Sired 2-Year-Old Filly Pace) - $160,000 Flamboro Downs Confederation Cup (4-Year-Old Pace) - $185,000 Hanover Raceway Balanced Image (Ontario Sired 2-Year-Old Trot) - $40,000 Dream Of Glory (Ontario Sired 3-Year-Old Trot) - $50,000 Clinton Raceway Kin Pace (Ontario Sired 3-Year-Old Filly Pace) - $50,000 Sustaining payments are also due February 15 for the following events at Woodbine Mohawk Park: 2021 Simcoe Filly Stakes (Foals of 2018) 2021 Simcoe Open Stakes (Foals of 2018) 2021 SBOA (Ontario Sired 3-Year-Old Filly Pace and Trot) Full information for all stakes and other racing related items can be found by visiting Woodbine Entertainment encourages all horsepeople to submit payments online by visiting If sending nominations by mail, envelopes must be clearly post-marked no later than February 15, 2021 or payment will not be accepted. Registered mail is recommended. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment

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