• Preserve, protect and promote
    The sport of harness racing
    "About us ..."
  • Preserve, protect and promote
    The sport of harness racing
    "About us ..."

Harness Museum :: Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame :: Goshen, NY


The Cradle of the Trotter - The History of Harness Racing Lives Here.

Harness Racing Museum
& Hall of Fame

240 Main Street
Goshen, New York 10924
Phone: 845-294-6330
Email: [email protected]

 

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Education Programs and Children's Birthday Parties

News

GOSHEN - A crowd of more than 280 people gathered Sunday evening at the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame to celebrate the induction of the Hall of Fame class of 2024.

July 08,2024

Looking for the perfect summer read?

June 21,2024

- from Harnesslink.com

May 07,2024

Hall of Fame pacing mare Eternal Camnation passed away at the age of 27 at trainer and owner Jeff Miller's farm in Haviland, Oh

March 12,2024

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Inside the Museum

Harness Racing Hall of Fame
Each year since 1961, living persons who have made a significant contribution to the sport of harness racing are nominated by the members of the United States Harness Writers Association (USHWA) at each chapter level. Learn more
Membership
Museum members provide critical operating support for the museum. These special friends are dedicated to sustaining the museum as a leading cultural and educational institution pledged to protecting the past and promoting the future of the great sport of harness racing. Learn more
Visit Us
Museum Galleries & Gift Shop:
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

ADMISSION: $10.00 adults, $5.00 children 4-12. Current Museum and USTA members free.

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Gift Shop
Our gift shop and its ancillary services support the museum's mission, to protect the past and promote the future of the sport of harness racing. The quality merchandise found in our retail stores and in our catalog is selected because of its connection to the Standardbred horse. Learn more