Harold Park Paceway

Running grounds in Glebe which was developed in part of the Toxteth Estate in 1890 for pony racing, trotting and athletics. The course had various names and owners until it was named Harold Park after the imported American trotting horse Childe Harold in 1929. From 1929 to 1987 it also hosted greyhound race meetings. The venue closed in 2010 and is now the site of medium density housing.

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Opened
1890
Closed
17 Dec 2010
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Alternate
Lille Bridge Electric Running Grounds
1890 - 1898
Alternate
Forest Lodge Racing Grounds
1900 - 1904
Alternate
Epping Racecourse
1904 - 21 Mar 1929
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