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RCMP Musical Ride in Campbellville, with a salute to local Olympian

Is there a stronger symbol of Canada than a Mountie on a horse? Come mark Canada’s 150th anniversary with a unique Canadian tradition. Experience the RCMP Musical Ride for yourself, along with an evening of live Standardbred racing at Mohawk Racetrack. Kids 12 and under are FREE.

Milton Olympic athlete , freestyle ski aerialist Travis Gerrits, will receive the official salute at the RCMP Musical Ride at Mohawk Racetrack in Campbellville. On August 1, 2017 experience the RCMP Musical Ride for yourself, along with an evening of live Standardbred racing at Mohawk Racetrack. Kids 12 and under are FREE.

What is the Musical Ride?
A Canadian tradition since 1876, the RCMP Musical Ride is performed by 32 scarlet coated Mounties on dark, majestic horses. Choreographed to music, the performance consists of intricate figures and drills that demand the utmost control, timing and coordination. 

Experience an exciting evening showcasing the heritage and traditions of the RCMP and celebrate Campbellville’s rich equestrian history with a fun-filled live Standardbred racing event.

Make Canada’s 150th birthday an event to remember! Don’t be disappointed—get your tickets now before the shows are sold out! This evening to remember is brought to you by the Campbellville Community Association and the Woodbine Entertainment Group.

The Musical Ride runs August 1 & 2nd and you can get tickets or further information at www.DCCATickets.ca or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-855-985-5000.