In an edition of Stronger Together, Woodbine Entertainment president and CEO Jim Lawson is confident racing will get going in the province.
Prior to the post position draw for the Woodbine Mile (G1), trainers Mark Casse and Kevin Attard discusssed several topics facing racing with Jim Lawson.
From Nova Scotia to Kentucky and parts in between. Mighty Heart was news; now Woodbine heads into Woodbine Mile weekend with a WOW factor.
A continuation of the series of information and Q & A videos from Woodbine Entertainment updating the horse racing scene during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week’s virtual Stronger Together will become a monthly event, plus some key points regarding safety and support are highlighted.
Horses are in light training at Woodbine and Jim Lawson hopes for a June-July start to the 2020 racing season, without spectators.
"Please be patient" says Woodbine CEO Jim Lawson as horse racing navigates the unprecented spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.
On Wednesday, tune in and have a chance to ask questions of Woodbine Entertainment's CEO Jim Lawson about the effect on racing of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jim Lawson and Jonathan Zammit spoke to range of topics concerning Ontario racing and changes going forward to the 2020 season
A panel discussion with Jim Lawson and others on topics and issues central to securing a sustainable future for horse racing in Ontario.