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Mohawk Raceway Track OddsMohawk has consistantly renovated and upgraded its racing facilities, located in Campbellville of Canada's Ontario, regularly attracts significant international harness racing events, including the Breeders' Crown and the International Drivers Competition.

During the Spring and Fall, the Mohawk Racetrack features prime horse racing wagering action four nights a week.

Mohawk Racetrack is a harness racing track that opened in the spring of 1963, in Campbellville, Ontario and is owned by the Woodbine Entertainment Group which also owns Woodbine Racetrack, located in Toronto.

The lineup of significant races at Mohawk Raceway offer major competition and some of the richest races in Canada. The North America Cup, Canadian Trotting Classic and the Metro Pace are races with typical minimum winnings of half-a-million or greater. Other major races include the She’s A Great Lady Stakes, Canadian Pacing Derby, Fan Hanover Stakes and the Maple Leaf Trot.

Mohawk Raceway's 7/8 mile oval features a homestretch of 1,095 feet with a breadth of 85 feet. The racetrack base is crushed limestone with a cushion of traprock. The track used to be just five furlongs in length, but was extended to seven furlongs and crushed limestone has been used to make the surface.

The shape of the track is oval, although the bend at one end has been made much wider than the other. This is because it leads into the finishing straight. The design enables horses to accelerate faster off the final bend and leads to more exciting finishes.

The horse betting action at Mohawk is nothing short of exhilarating. Bet on any of Mohawk Raceway's regular races during its season, or better yet, bet on the ponies during a major North America Cup stakes or handicap event.

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