Now Open: Off Track Betting at Casino Nova Scotia
Casino Joins Bedford’s Brewsters Bar & Grill as Truro Raceway’s 2nd HRM Location
Casino Nova Scotia’s Harbourfront Lounge has been transformed and is now home to an Off Track Betting or “Simulcast” room run by Truro Raceway. The space is also shared by the casino’s poker room leading to the new name – “Poker & Ponies”.
The location opened Monday, June 19th and features state of the art, real-time wagering equipment. There are 16 television screens showing live races from across North America, 5 automated wagering terminals, and a clerk who can help you learn the sport and teach you how to wager. Along with the poker room, customers can receive bar and food service directly from their seat.
For years Truro Raceway has offered Simulcast racing at Brewsters Bar & Grill in Bedford and the Trackside Lounge in Truro, Nova Scotia. Joe Nicholson, General Manager of the NSPEC Complex where Truro Raceway is located, says the second location in the Halifax area will help bring the fun and excitement of horse racing to more customers.
“We’re so happy to offer a third great location to our lineup. You can have fun with horse racing from across North America at our wonderful new space at Casino Nova Scotia.”
The “Ponies” half of the room is open 7 nights a week as well as Thursday – Sunday afternoons. For a full schedule of races go to www.nspe.ca/truro-raceway/off-track-betting.
About Truro Raceway
Truro Raceway operates Nova Scotia’s largest harness racing track. Located at the 65 acre NSPEC Complex in Truro, Nova Scotia, the raceway is host to weekly races and is home to over 100 Standardbred race horses. The NSPEC Complex is a Community, Agriculture, and Entertainment Complex in the Heart of Colchester County.
73 Ryland Ave., Truro, NS B2N 2V5
902-893-9222 | www.nspe.ca
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About Casino Nova Scotia
Casino Nova Scotia is owned and operated by Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (“Great Canadian”). Great Canadian is a Canadian based company that operates gaming, entertainment and hospitality facilities in British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Washington State. The Company has 22 gaming properties, which consists of fourteen casinos, a four Diamond resort hotel in Richmond, British Columbia and in Moncton, New Brunswick, four horse racetrack casinos, three community gaming centres and one commercial bingo hall. In each Canadian gaming jurisdiction, a significant portion of gross gaming revenue from gaming facilities is retained by our crown partners on behalf of their provincial government for the purpose of supporting programs like healthcare, education and social services.
1983 Upper Water St., Halifax, NS B3J 3Y5
902-425-7777 | www.casinonovascotia.com