Flamboro Downs loosens purse strings

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Purses at Canada's fastest half-mile track have increased. Money offered for harness racing at Flamboro Downs will go up by five per cent, effective immediately, the Hwy. 5 West facility announced last week.

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to increase our purse structure at this time," said Flamboro Downs President and General Manager, Gerard Spoor. "Not only will the purse increase benefit the participants in racing at Flamboro Downs directly, it will allow us to carry on improving the quality of the racing product we can offer our customers."

Flamboro Downs, owned and operated by Great Canadian Gaming Corp., offers more live racing than any other race track in North America - a schedule that will total 261 days in 2006.

Flamboro Downs, home of the Confederation Cup, features live harness racing five evenings a week, year round, Wednesday through Sunday. Daily simulcast wagering is available on-track and at five off-track teletheatres.

Flamboro Downs loosens purse strings

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Purses at Canada's fastest half-mile track have increased. Money offered for harness racing at Flamboro Downs will go up by five per cent, effective immediately, the Hwy. 5 West facility announced last week.

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to increase our purse structure at this time," said Flamboro Downs President and General Manager, Gerard Spoor. "Not only will the purse increase benefit the participants in racing at Flamboro Downs directly, it will allow us to carry on improving the quality of the racing product we can offer our customers."

Flamboro Downs, owned and operated by Great Canadian Gaming Corp., offers more live racing than any other race track in North America - a schedule that will total 261 days in 2006.

Flamboro Downs, home of the Confederation Cup, features live harness racing five evenings a week, year round, Wednesday through Sunday. Daily simulcast wagering is available on-track and at five off-track teletheatres.

Flamboro Downs loosens purse strings

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Purses at Canada's fastest half-mile track have increased. Money offered for harness racing at Flamboro Downs will go up by five per cent, effective immediately, the Hwy. 5 West facility announced last week.

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to increase our purse structure at this time," said Flamboro Downs President and General Manager, Gerard Spoor. "Not only will the purse increase benefit the participants in racing at Flamboro Downs directly, it will allow us to carry on improving the quality of the racing product we can offer our customers."

Flamboro Downs, owned and operated by Great Canadian Gaming Corp., offers more live racing than any other race track in North America - a schedule that will total 261 days in 2006.

Flamboro Downs, home of the Confederation Cup, features live harness racing five evenings a week, year round, Wednesday through Sunday. Daily simulcast wagering is available on-track and at five off-track teletheatres.