As of August 9, Canada will allow entry to American citizens who are fully vaccinated without the need for a 14-day quarantine.
The Canadian Horse of the Year returns to Woodbine Racetrack on Canada Day, Thursday July 1st, to face six challengers.
The 2021 Thoroughbred season at Woodbine Racetrack will commence on Friday, June 18 through June 20 for the opening weekend.
Jockey Stein talks about his 2021 goals, trainer Vassilieva on the promising Jilli Marie, Julia Carey is one to watch, and more.
Woodbine released the following letter to Ontario horse people regarding the eligibility of farm workers to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
All Grade 3 stakes purses have been increased by 20% to $150,000 as the Thoroughbred racing season is set to open April 17th.
Woodbine is in discussions with government officials and noted that November 28th would be the earliest date that racing could resume.
Toronto ‘Lockdown’ prohibits live racing although training can continue, but is expected to wind down this week.
To combat the spread of COVID-19 and help protect live racing in Ontario, Woodbine is updating their best practices and protocols.
Originally slated to run on Sunday, Nov. 15, all racing was cancelled due to high winds; now part of Friday's Racing Night Live broadcast.
Although Woodbine can't welcome fans to this year’s event, the longstanding traditions of top racing, fashion, food, and more will still be available.