Plan Your own “Historic” Event
Historic Track is available for events. Stage you next concert, convention, meeting, or special occasion where winning is a tradition. The Track’s 20 acre infield, and 2000 seat grandstand provide ample space for your group or event. In addition, you will be able to enjoy the special backdrop that Historic Track can provide. Located in the heart of the colonial village of Goshen, Historic Track can be the catalyst that will make your “happening” a special one. The Track is convenient to all transportation and is located in the center of Orange County, just a tank of gas from the major metropolitan areas of New York and New Jersey. Special arrangements can always be made with the Track by phoning 845.294.5333. Or stop by for a visit and see for yourself what Historic Track can do for you.
The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is Right Next Door
Your wedding reception will be truly memorable at Goshen Historic Track
More than a few couples have had their wedding in the Track’s Winners Circle. For a unique locale, it is hard to match Goshen Historic Track for a truly memorable event. The award-winning Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame can help you or your plan an elegant reception that includes indoor and outdoor fun and excitement.
“Girls on the Run” get motivated.
The Track is perfect for horses AND people. We host marathons and walk-a-thons, as well as car shows and concerts. The Goshen Historic Track is always in perfect condition and has all the necessary facilities to make any fundraiser a success. Goshen High School holds graduation every year at the 1/2 mile track and BOCES teachers and paras commence the school year every fall.
Let There Be Music!
In recent years, Goshen Historic Track has hosted concerts by polka legend Jimmy Sturr, bluesmen Poppa Chubby & Blues Buddha, Country star Jessica Lynn and Soprano’s Vince Pastore. They all agree that the Track is a great outdoor venue. In 2015, the Track had three successful and a Kentucky Derby Day event that will be going into its 3rd year in 2017 and promises to be an annual tradition.