Fort Erie Racetrack and Slots

Fort Erie Racetrack is a thoroughbred racing and slot machine gaming facility in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. It's one of Canada's most prominent horseracing tracks and is the yearly host of the Prince of Wales Stakes, the second jewel in Canada's equivalent to the Triple Crown. By virtue of this prestigious stakes race, most of Canada's famous race horses have competed on this track.

Fort Erie Racetrack's 75,000 square foot carousel themed gaming area has 1,200 slot machines. The gaming area is open seven days a week, year round. Slot machines include:

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Slots at the Fort Erie Racetrack are managed and operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.

Fort Erie holds one continuous meet, with racing from May to early September.

Other famous stakes races hosted by the track include the Canada Day Stakes, Bison City Stakes, Rainbow Connection Stakes, and International Turf Cup Stakes.

Fort Erie Racetrack and Slots is known for its beautiful infield, filled with flowers and scenic lakes. In fact, Fort Erie is sometimes referred to as the most picture-perfect racetrack in the world due to the infield. One of the best known stories about the track involves a horse named Puss-n-Boots who took a plunge at the picturesque lake as he was leading a race back in 1961.

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