The Woodbine CEO is being inducted as an athlete and builder due to his contributions to hockey, football and horse racing.
Last year the show cumulatively reached more than 2.4 million viewers, showcasing racing to a new audience in 2020.
A closed session of 'Stronger Together' on May 19 addressed the current state of racing in Ontario and development plans for Woodbine.
In an edition of Stronger Together, Woodbine Entertainment president and CEO Jim Lawson is confident racing will get going in the province.
Lawson appeals for the prompt beginning to the 2021 Thoroughbred season, as delays have serious implications for horse racing.
CTHS (ONT) members are being asked to write to their MPPs to bring awareness in an effort to allow the resumption of horse racing in Ontario.
Concerted efforts to convince the Government of Ontario that the final days of the meet could safely be completed were unsuccessful.
Woodbine Entertainment CEO provides news on the Stage 3 Reopening Plan, capsaicin positives, foreign participants, racing silks, and more.
The HBPA of Ontario and Woodbine's CEO Jim Lawson emphasize to horsepeople the importance of continuing to social distance and wear masks as racing nears.
June 13 is another possible start-up date for racing to begin after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the start of the season.
A continuation of the series of information and Q & A videos from Woodbine Entertainment updating the horse racing scene during the COVID-19 pandemic.