Northfield Park is a racetrack located in Northfield, Ohio, approximately 17 miles southeast of Cleveland. The track primarily hosts harness racing, with races held throughout the year. The track has a 0.5-mile oval track with a limestone surface and a seating capacity of over 5,000 people. Northfield Park has a long history in harness racing, having opened in 1957 and hosting some of the sport’s biggest races over the years, including the Battle of Lake Erie, the Cleveland Classic, and the Carl Milstein Memorial. The track also features simulcast wagering on races from other tracks throughout the country. In addition to the racing, Northfield Park also has a casino with over 2,300 slot machines and a variety of dining options, making it a popular destination for entertainment in the Cleveland area.
This lot is a complimentary ticket for the horse harness racing at Northfield Park. The ticket was part of a special night of racing on Saturday, July 22, 1978 sponsored by Wonder Bread and 3WE Radio.