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The deadline for registering foals has been extended to June 30, 2021 from the previously scheduled date of March 31, 2021.
The amount for the Thoroughbred May equine benefit has been increased for this payment only to $1,700 per qualified horse.
As a result of the continued suspension of live racing in the province, Thoroughbred horsepeople may now access certain purse funds.
A total of $300,000 has been allocated to the program for 2021 in order to assist Thoroughbred breeders throughout the province.
Reacting to the most recent hardships imposed on the racing industry by the recent lockdown, OR is actively working to secure funds.
Every track, every racing organization, every industry member must speak up as government needs to hear from Ontario horse racing.
The four-week, province-wide shutdown due to the pandemic has halted harness racing but the Woodbine CEO hopes the season opener can go ahead.
Eligible owners will receive a one-time payment of $1,500 for each eligible Thoroughbred to help with boarding, feed and training fees.
Canada’s horse racing industry offers a creative approach to much-needed sector support without requiring new government spending.
The Ontario Racing Task Force including HBPA Ont, groups from all three breeds, announce approval from OLG and the Ont. government for purse distribution.