Woodbine Entertainment Group Ltd. announced that it will host its annual payout at the Woodbine Racetrack & Casino starting on May 24, 2018 and continuing until August 30, 2018 as part of the Canadian Day for Racing Festival.
The “woodbine racetrack” is a horse racing track in Toronto, Canada. The track was built in the late 1800s and has been hosting horse races ever since. It is owned by Woodbine Entertainment Group, which also owns the Woodbine Raceway in New Jersey.
The annual Standardbred Jackpot Hi-5 is once again being paid out by Woodbine Entertainment. The firm just stated that on December 23, 2021, at its Woodbine Mohawk Park in Milton, it would pay out the reward, which is now valued at CA$454,917.91. The horseplayers would get an early Christmas gift with this payoff.
Horseplayers must choose the top-five finishers in a race and list them in the exact order in order to play the Jackpot Hi-5 game. If there is just one winning ticket for the wager, the full reward may be won. If there are several winning tickets, the carryover is increased by half.
a sizable reward
The Jackpot Hi-5 carryover is presently $454,917.91 after Monday’s evening racing event on December 13, 2021. Before Woodbine Entertainment conducts the pre-Christmas payment, participants will have one more opportunity to win the big prize. Wagering will be banned following Thursday’s racing event at the track to prepare for the statutory payment on December 23.
The Jackpot Hi-5 wager and its obligatory payoff have become a Woodbine Entertainment tradition over the past several years. The game attracted enormous wagering pools while also offering lucrative prizes just in time for the holidays. If there are several winning tickets, each will get half of the main reward, with the remaining 50% being carried over to the following round as a carryover.
To those who correctly estimate the top-five finishers in sequence, the required payment will give the whole carryover, as well as all fresh money placed on the game. The game features a CA$0.20 minimum bet and a 15% takeout. Woodbine Mohawk Park will have racing every Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7 p.m., according to the corporation.
Additional Winter Races
Woodbine Entertainment already announced that this year’s Winter Series at Woodbine Mohawk Park would include even more races. Four new races will be added to the existing Niagara, Valedictory, Blizzard, Snowshoe, Wine & Roses, and Family Day races. A pair of claiming series for Ontario-bred four-year-olds, as well as the events Ontario Boys and Ontario Girls, were recently introduced.
In addition, the horse racing leader finished its Thoroughbred live racing season at Woodbine Racetrack last week. The firm recorded an all-source handle of CA$505,348,339, the third-highest season total in the track’s history. This was mostly attributable to the highest-ever international wagering handle of CA$420,666,755, which was primarily owing to the highest-ever foreign wagering handle of CA$420,666,755. With a total of 99 racing days, the season began late and finished on December 5, 2021.
The horse racing company’s desire to spread its brand throughout North America has been on the table for a few years, according to Jim Lawson, CEO and President. The team is now delighted with the outcomes, as seen by the third-highest all-source handle of more than CA$500 million at Woodbine Racetrack, according to him.
DRF, December 14, 2021, “Woodbine Mohawk Park: Jackpot Hi-5 obligatory payment planned for December 23,”