Woodbine Racetrack is a racetrack for thoroughbred horse racing in Toronto, and hosts Canada's most famous race, The Queen's Plate.


Northwest of downtown Toronto you’ll find Rexdale, a neighbourhood that’s only been around since the 1950s. Before that time the area was farmland. Today it’s a mix of interesting sights that can’t be found anywhere else in the city—from a casino to an amusement park to a horse racing track.

Don't miss:

  • Delighting the kids at Woodbine Mall & Fantasy Fair—the indoor amusement park (meets shopping mall) has an antique carousel, 15-metre (50-foot) Ferris wheel and 12 full-size rides
  • Tasting delicious North Indian cuisine at the numerous Punjabi food spots 
  • Woodbine Racetrack for thoroughbred and harness racing 
  • Escaping into the great outdoors in the West Humber Parkland 
  • Trying your luck at Casino Woodbine

BOUNDARIES:  Highway 401 to the south, Steeles Avenue West to the north, Highway 427 to the west, and the Humber River to the east. 

PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): York Mills subway station, then take the 96 bus westbound.

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