Confident that Bill C-218 will adopt language through the legislative process to protect long-term sustainability of horse racing industry.
For the second consecutive year, the most famous Canadian horse race will be held later in the summer due to COVID-19.
Incentives are offered for some horses purchased or claimed that are brought to Woodbine for the first time to race.
With the announcement that Ontario NHL hockey teams can play in their home arenas, Standardbred racing should be allowed to continue.
Under the new proposed legislation permitting single event sports betting, fixed odds wagering will not be permitted on horse racing.
Industry leaders Michael Lay, Mark Saunders and Ann Straatman will offer their expertise and experience to strategic planning and decisions.
Long-time director and chair Clay Horner retires from organization as Magee, chair of Sleep Country, prepares to help WE fulfill its mandate.
Zammit becomes ORM’s second Executive Director, succeeding Katherine Curry who held the position since the formation of Ontario Racing in 2018.
Woodbine Entertainment CEO provides news on the Stage 3 Reopening Plan, capsaicin positives, foreign participants, racing silks, and more.
The health and welfare of the jockey colony resulted in the decision, which aligns with racing jurisdictions in Kentucky, Florida and New York.
The cross-promotional marketing partnership will create and distribute content across digital channels to fans across North America.