Goshen, New York

The Town of Goshen has a population of approximately 12,900 people based upon the 2000 Census. The town was settled in 1714 and incorporated in 1809. Goshen is about 44 square miles and is roughly 50 miles northwest of New York City. The town police headquarters building is a converted station from the Erie Railroad.

Goshen has played a significant role in the development of harness racing in the United States. In the 1750's, residents of the town would race their horses on Main Street in Goshen. In 1838, a circular track was built, which was the first version of the Historic Track in Goshen, now the oldest horse racing track in use in the United States. For one week each year, there are races at the track. Goshen is also the home of the Harness Racing Museum Hall of Fame. From 1930 to 1956, Goshen hosted harness racing's main event, the "Hambletonian."

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