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2015 Molson Pace at Western Fair District

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2015 Molson Pace at Western Fair District

Time: May 29, 2015 from 7pm to 11pm
Location: Western Fair Raceway
City/Town: London
Website or Map: http://www.westernfairdistric…
Event Type: horse, race
Organized By: Western Fair District
Latest Activity: May 17, 2015

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2015 Molson Pace

The CAN’T MISS Event of the Season!

The Molson Pace is The Raceway in the Western Fair District’s signature event, held on the last Friday night in May ending the live race season with a bang! The total purse money for the night is more than $400,000, attracting an exceptional caliber of horses and drivers. But not all of the action is on the track! Patrons are always treated to a special night of giveaways, prizes and great entertainment.

May 29th, 2015 – First Post at 7:15 PM

Join us for a THRILLING night out at the races! 
Featuring:

-       The $150,000 Molson Pace starring North America’s BEST Aged Pacers!

-       Ontario Sires Stake’s 3 Year Old Pacing Colt Gold Divisions

-       City of London Series Finals

On-Track Entertainment:

-       Molson Party on the Patio

  • BBQ
  • Beer specials
  • Molson games and prizes including a chance to compete in the Molson Pace Win the Winner Contest – 8 finalists will be assigned a Molson Pace Finalist! If your horse wins – YOU WIN CASH!

 

-       Hands on Horses Program! – Sign up at Guest Services for your chance to ride behind a real racehorse!!

-       Hat and T-shirt tosses throughout the night in the Grandstand and on the Patio

-       Draws for Rock the Park Tickets, NHL Beer Fridges and more!

Bring your friends and see what the fun is all about!

 

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