GUELPH, ON — TheStable.ca’s annual Spring Open House will be held at Woodbine-Mohawk Park on Sunday, May 8. The event features brunch in the Mohawk Harvest Kitchen overlooking the track where 50 two-year-olds will train in sets.
The sets will also be broadcast via livestream on TheStable.ca website and social media starting at 10:00 a.m. EST.
Brunch is served 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Mohawk Harvest Kitchen. Brunch tickets are $25/person and must be purchased in advance. (The price includes tax and gratuity.)
Prizes totaling more than $1,000 will be awarded to clients through random draws during the event. TheStable.ca merchandise will also be available for purchase during brunch.
Additional festivities are planned for the weekend, including race night dinners at Woodbine-Mohawk Park on May 6 and 7, and the opportunity for a limited number of clients to jog a horse (accompanied by staff) at Tomiko Training Centre on May 7.
For complete information about the weekend’s events, and to purchase tickets for brunch on May 8: www.TheStable.ca/openhouse
Open Houses are an important social component of TheStable.ca and this is the first major in-person event offered to clients since the start of the pandemic. Open Houses are typically held in December and May of each year at TheStable.ca’s Ontario headquarters at Tomiko Training Centre. More than 300 clients and their guests from across North America are expected to attend festivities throughout the weekend.
“In addition to seeing their horses in-person, our clients really enjoy meeting each other and our staff,” explains TheStable.ca co-founder Anthony MacDonald. “The social aspect of TheStable.ca is valuable to many of our clients, so there’s a lot of demand now that many Covid restrictions have been lifted. We’re grateful to Woodbine-Mohawk Park for working with us to meet this demand and offer a great event at their world-class facility.”
The program for the Open House will be available online on May 6, detailing all two-year-olds featured on the broadcast and a schedule of when each horse will be showcased on the track.
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