A look at some of the stand-out fines and suspensions levied at Canada’s five major Thoroughbred tracks in 2022.
What’s happening in Kentucky is being watched by Canadian tracks which could eventually follow suit if the breakage laws change.
Slow to gain traction in Canada, the movement is seeking uniform regulation in racing and a stop to drug use.
Following the FBI's shocking indictment of scores of industry insiders in March, cheaters using performance-enhancing drugs are in the spotlight.
Farmers involved in the horse racing industry are being asked to join the JCC and HBPA to insist on measures to help them get through the next few years.
The new higher limit of $35,000 makes the Small Claims Court an attractive venue to settle many disputes in the horse world.
Nearly five years after the end of the Slot at Racetracks Program, Ontario’s horse racing industry is finally beginning to uncover why it was cancelled.
For those operating horse businesses, the Federal tax system has imposed a barrier unique to the horse industry and other farming industries.