|Foxboro Raceway, known for much of its existence as Bay State Raceway, was a harness racing track located in Foxborough, Massachusetts that operated from 1947 until 1997. It stood next to Foxboro Stadium and the site of Gillette Stadium.|
The track was built by E. M. Loew, who owned a chain of movie theaters. Loew owned the Raceway until his death in 1984. He sold the land for Foxboro Stadium to New England Patriots owner Billy Sullivan for US$1, after a bid for the Boston Red Sox failed.
The raceway was sold to Westwood Group after Loew's death and operated until 1997, when a dispute between Westwood and Patriots' owner Robert Kraft ended with a lawsuit that shut down the raceway.