Rideau Carleton Raceway, located in Ottawa, has been operating since 1962. And from even earlier beginnings, 1886, Horse Racing has been Canada’s oldest form of legal gaming. Today it has evolved and is flourishing in Ontario as an exciting crowd-pleasing sports spectacle.
Canadians and tourists gravitate in Ottawa to experience Canada’s Capital, the home of its democracy, site of architectural and historical significance and a wealth of cultural traditions and activities. As a result of this regional vitality and especially since slot machines were added to its completely renovated facility in 2000, millions of visitors have been attracted to Rideau Carleton Raceway, representing marvelous opportunities to promote the sport of Harness Horse Racing to a new clientele.
Rideau Carleton Raceway and the local racing industry are enjoying the business of hosting these additional attractions while displaying a more talented field of horses, reflected in increased purses and daily attendance. We have redefined ourselves as a state-of-the-art dual racing and gaming entertainment destination.
Officers and Directors:
President; Warren Armstrong,
Directors; Warren Armstrong, Victoria Wright, Andrew Wright, Dr. Bernard Brennan
Secretary/Treasurer; Richard Gardner.
Race Secretary; Benoît Frenette,
Assistant Race Secretary; Michel Sabourin
Veterinarian; Dr. Lynn Blackburn,
Starter & Patrol Judge; Jamie Fiolek,
Paddock Judge; Ernie O’Dwyer,
Track Announcer; Norm Borg,
Chart Maker/Standardbred Canada Representative; Kim Bonas.
General Manager; Jean Larose,
Director of Food & Beverage and Executive Chef; J.C. Bertin,
Secretary/Treasurer; Richard Gardner,
Security Manager; Robert Bird,
Security Supervisor; Jay Versage,
Marketing Manager; Audree Vachon
Marketing Assistant; Colette Maclean,
Town and Country Event Marketing Manager; Chantal Guindon,
Simulcast Manager; Peter Andrusek,
Pari-Mutuel Manager; Julie Sullivan,
Housekeeping Manager; Ruel Jimenez,
Backstretch Superintendent; Jeff Taylor,
Video Coordinator; Winston McCarthy,
Track Photographer; All Sport Photographic,
Video Patrol & Photo Finish; Telephoto Technologies,
Totalizator; United Tote Inc.
Gift Certificates are as easy to buy as they are to use at Rideau Carleton Raceway.
Gift certificates are always available in our dining room and come in denominations of $10, $20 and $50; you can pay for them with cash, debit or credit card.
Also available at North Bar in dining room.
When you are ready to redeem your Gift Certificates call 822-2211 and make a reservation indicating that you are using a Gift Certificate then present it to your server when you arrive that day.
Please call ahead if you are planning on buying a large amount of Gift Certificates to ensure we have them on hand for you.
Gift Certificates are exchangeable for food and beverages, including taxes. They can not be used at mutual windows or in place of a gratuity. Gift Certificate are non-refundable and have no cash value.