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Like Liked. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. No Downlo. Views Total views. Actions Shares. No notes for slide. Brooklyn Race Track Update 1. LavelleThe first Brooklyn Driving Park was established in to fulfill a need seen by area farmers and wealthy horse owners to display andrace their horses in local competition. Very little historical documentation remains today of its early existence and its location. This specific map was a G. Not everyone living in the area of the horse meet me at stonehouse raceway visited there since gambling was frowned upon by mostarea church going members in the s through the several decades it was in operation.

It is thought that those who visited this harnessracing track lived outside of rural Brooklyn Township.


This was a close knit farming community where some Brooklyn residents weremembers of the Parma Grange whom held their monthly meetings in Parma Heights Village, Ohio. The Brooklyn Driving Park was located in oldtaxation districts twenty and twenty-one in Brooklyn Township on land parcels there once owned by Anthony James and J. James in later William James in This horse-driving park seems to predate the quarrying of sandstone with clay in land parcel twenty-one by The Cleveland Stone Company in East, South and North of the Brooklyn Driving Park.


The quarrying of the sandstoneseems to be done on limited basis there between the years and when that special type of sandstone was needed. Area maps andlists of active quarries seen by this author did not indicate it as a working quarry site after,and The use of the twoland parcels has been changed by the construction of the I highway with its opening in August with the later development of theRidge Park Square Shopping Center inalong Ridge Rd and Northcliffe Rd.

Brooklyn became a city in Horseracing had started as being a small part of local Agricultural Societies who were formed to display in public areas locally grown farmproduce, promote new farming methods and machinery, and the type of horses needed to plow the soil. Also, in more rural area townships had their own fairs to promoteagriculture.

These early agricultural fairs were the beginning of what we now know today meet me at stonehouse raceway to be local County Fairs in Ohio. It is avery common event by many persons to attend their local County Fair today.

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The local Granges, Four-H clubs and other local farm family related organizations in collaboration withthe Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau has displayed their members farm skills and crafts there to the general public. Laws were passed and enforced to notallow legalized betting on horses that raced at early tracks. For example, The Village of Cleveland had outlawed the racing of horses on itsstreets in Thus creating the need to have such horse races on private property with flat racetracks.


Gambling, games of chance, cardplaying and betting on horses at racetracks were not legal under the State of Ohio Constitution. Local papers reported to its readers inthe s that they and many of their readers did not support or want to have gambling and betting on horse racing. Those persons whoattended and did bet on horse races were not representative of most local communities and most voters in the State of Ohio.

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As the readermight expect, support for such illegal events created a horseracing industry and lobbyists in the state legislature to allow gambling andbetting on horse races. In the s and future years, it is believed that professional gamblers and later organized crime rackets controlledsuch early horse race tracks in Cuyahoga County and elsewhere. This is the reason why racetracks gained such a poor reputation over time. Inwealthy horse owners created a horse racing set of tracks to run their horses on privately owned tracks in Ohio and other nearbystates.

They had built the racetrack coursewith the Northern Ohio Fair Association, who had decided to have a large agricultural fair across the street in Glenville.


A bridge was builtover St. Clair Avenue to connect the two events held in The Agricultural fair promoted agriculture, horticulture and themechanical arts, as well as horse trotting harness racing. Some eighty-seven acres of land was purchased there for the buildings to be erectedthere at East 88th and St.

Clair Avenue. This local area annual agricultural fair next to the Glenville racetrack operated until TheCleveland Driving Park Company was in existence until Inthe Quadrilateral Circuit met at Glenville. By the s, it was not uncommon for some townships to have at least one local harness horseracing track on private property. It operated from to meet me at stonehouse raceway During the term of Ohio Governor M. Herrick lobbyists in the Ohio Legislature passed a bill to allow betting at Ohio racetracks.


The bill was sent to his desk for his ature to allow betting legal at Ohio racetracks. He vetoed the bill and was not re-elected as Governor. It is thought thatthis is when The Brooklyn Driving Park was closed. Area thoroughbred horses were trained and stabled there in the mid s.


The State ofOhio enforced the law that no betting on horse races were allowed in Ohio. The horse racing and gambling interests were also slowly closeddown when local townships with local flat race tracks were annexed by larger nearby cities. For example, the City of Cleveland annexedGlenville in The horse-racing track there was closed in as a result.

Horse racing and now more professional gambling interestswere forced to move to Warrensville Twp. This was where horse racing andbetting on horse races could be legal since it was the major industry in the Village. For gamblers in the Cleveland area, meet me at stonehouse raceway was possible totravel to several local horse tracks there via local streetcar lines and transfer to a special streetcar line operated by the track interests in theVillage of Colett, Ohio until such service ended in Then patrons of the track could drive their own private cars to reach the track to beton horse races.

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He also proposed to build a four or five story modern hotel in Berea, Ohio. The concept of a race track and gambling connectedwith it was condemned by the Board of Trustees of Baldwin-Wallace College. It was not in the best interests of the College nor the Village ofBerea.