Woodbine Mohawk Park Announces Winter Series Programme

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Woodbine Entertainment announced a jampacked winter series programme at its Woodbine Mohawk Park racetrack.

Woodbine Entertainment announced this week the Winter Series programme at the Woodbine Mohawk Park.  The provincial horseracing leader shared the details of the end-of-season events, including four additional races added to the repertoire at the Milton oval.

The Winter Series is set to last from December 2021 to March 2022 and will include ten racing events, all of which will feature two preliminary legs and an extra money final. Woodbine Entertainment also announced that the race nominations will be accepted until 1 December.

Four New Races Added

For the upcoming winter season at the Woodbine Mohawk Park, Woodbine Entertainment will include a pair of claiming series, as well as Ontario Boys and Ontario Girls events for the Ontario-sired four-year-olds. The racecourse also informed that the horses that entered the claiming series would be claimable during all events’ legs.

The four new events will see the return of some familiar faces like Niagara, Snowshoe, Valedictory, Wine & Roses, Blizzard, and Family Day. The New Year Claiming Pace for Ontario-sired four-year-old pacers is one of the new racing additions. The first leg of this event is scheduled for 1 January, the second part on 8 January, and the final event is planned for 15 January.

The New Year Claiming Trot for Ontario-sired four-year-old trotters is scheduled to take place in 2022. This event will commence on 3 January, with the second leg planned for 10 January and the final scheduled for 17 January. There will also be the three and four-year-old trotting colts, horses & geldings, with expected legs on 7 and 14 February, and the last being on 21 February.

The Ontario Girls from the Ontario-sired four-year-old pacing mares will run their first leg on 17 February, the second leg on 24 February, and the final on 3 March. Likewise, the Ontario Boys for Ontario-sired four-year-old pacing horses & geldings that did not accumulate CA$75,000 in winnings before 31 October 2021 will run their opening leg on 18 February, the second leg on 25 February, and the final on 4 March.

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