Fredericton Raceway

Fredericton is the capital city of the Canadian province of New Brunswick and has a superb reputation for being one of the best places in Canada to enjoy an excellent quality of life and for outstanding business potential.

Fredericton Raceway History

The Fredericton raceway is the oldest horse racing site in Canada with the very first racetrack becoming operational in 1863. The site was moved to the present location in 1887 in order to make room for the railway passing through the area. In 1959 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attended their first Harness Race event at Fredericton making history in the town.

The racecourse today is part of the Fredericton Exhibition Grounds and is owned and operated by Horse Racing New Brunswick offering live harness racing from July until September.

The grandstand offers seating for 2,000 spectators at $2 and clubhouse seating is free as is the parking at the facility. A fully equipped exhibition hall / conference centre of 20,000 square feet is available for hire.

Fredericton Raceway Gaming and Sports Betting

The horse racing facility has 25 video lottery terminals in the clubhouse and offers a simulcast race book service all year round.

The Winners Lounge is a great place to have dinner in the superb Chinese restaurant and for a drink at the fully licensed bar. The lounge opens from 10am to 2am every day with the restaurant serving between the hours of 11am and 9pm daily. The Tier II bar is open on racedays.

Fredericton Raceway Contact Information

Location: Smythe and Saunders Streets, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 4Y9

Contact: (506) 459-3204