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Hats, horses and Derby Brunch … does it get any better at The Horses At Evergreen Park?

If horses is your preference you will get lots of those. Fifteen races will hit J.D.A. Raceway on Saturday and Sunday.

And if you are looking to show off that fancy hat, Derby Day Sunday is the place to do it. 2Day FM Radio, the Horses, Hats & Derby Brunch sponsor will be there picking out the best-dressed woman, man and child.

It all starts with the Derby Brunch Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Because of the demand the venue for the brunch has been moved from the track to the TARA Energy Services Centre. Patrons will be transported via horse-drawn wagon to the race track.

You can purchase your brunch tickets here.

On the track, the feature race on Saturday is the Distaff Series Leg 2. That’s the fifth race of the day after the 1:15 p.m. first post. The purse is $9,000 in purse money up for grabs and six horses taking part.

The same day, in race No. 6. Evergreen Park Racing Club horse Ynotgiveitago will be giving it a go.

Sunday features two of the biggest races of the season – the GP Derby and the GP Oaks – both with $25,000 purses.

The Derby is the third race of the Day and has a short field of four horses while the Oaks is No. 5 with five chasing the big cheque.

First post on both days is 1:15 p.m.


The Horses At Evergreen Park have hit the track at J.D.A. Raceway at Gordon Badger Stadium at the Park. They continue every Saturday
and Sunday until Sunday, August 25. First post every race day is 1:15 p.m.

There is no admission fee to watch the races. There are betting kiosks set up outside the stadium and inside. There are also manned betting windows inside where bets can be placed. There is a beverage tent, kids play area and mobile concession on site.

The Pines Family Restaurant and Wild Horse Casino & Lounge are part of the complex. Start your day with a $7.95 breakfast from 9-11 a.m. in the lounge or restaurant.

Racing fans who can't make it to the track can watch the livestream of the races by clicking on the icon to the right. Race replays are also available on the same site. You can also wager online through HPIBet and Xpressbet.

The overnights for each racing day are available by clicking on the link to the left.

Some of the feature days include Wiener Dog Derby July 21; Derby Day, including a Derby Brunch, on July 28; Baconfest on August 4; Memorial and Pioneer Weekend August 10-11; Open Farm Day August 18; and the Mr. Mike's Paint The Park Purple - Race For The Cure to wrap things up August 25.

Tickets for the Derby Day Brunch, being held in the TARA Centre this year, are available here.