(Yonkers, NY) — The $1-Million Yonkers International Trot at Empire City Casino will be contested on Saturday afternoon, October 13, at Yonkers Raceway when 10 of the world’s elite trotters converge on the historic harness oval for the 40th edition of the 1¼- mile global classic. It will be the fourth straight year that the purse is the richest in the history of New York State harness racing, since Empire City President and CEO, Timothy J. Rooney, brought back the International in 2015 after a 20-year hiatus.
The 2018 Yonkers International Trot has attracted the world’s best from seven countries: Canada, Italy, and Sweden with two entrants apiece, and the United States, Norway, Denmark, and France with single entrants.
First post time is at 1:00 p.m., with the post time for the Yonkers International Trot scheduled for 3:40 p.m. The spectacular card also includes a pair of $250,000 Invitational races: the Harry Harvey Trot [10 starters, 1¼ miles, post time 2:40 p.m.] and the Dan Rooney Pace [8 starters, 1 mile, post time 3:10 p.m.].
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