Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) is eager to develop the 684-acre site home to Woodbine Racetrack. Although, the project will be a slow, methodical one.
How much punishment, in the form of pari-mutuel takeout, will the racing public stand?”
The FBI, horse racing and exposing wrongdoing
Another year has come and gone, another CTHS report update to be given. So let’s begin: 2016 was certainly a year for changes for many.
2017 marks the 250th year of horse racing in Canada, but despite its longevity, the call for innovation within the sport is longstanding.
Ray Paulick talks horse racing economics.
The breeding of more specialized thoroughbreds, however, was supported by a developing interest in horse racing across Canada.
Only the restriction on the broodmare purchaser being an Ontario resident is considered a drawback to some who have American clients who race in Ontario.
As the Ontario thoroughbred breeding industry has struggled to get back on firmer footing for the last five years, so has the annual Winter Mixed Sale.
The construction of Century Mile marks a turnaround in Alberta’s horse racing industry, Paul Ryneveld, general manager, highlights why in this article.
Ray Paulick shares his hopes for this year's racing season.
Ray Paulick says the Breeders’ Cup must keep growing the event on the wagering front as well as it has on entertainment and hospitality.
Ontario Racing (OR) is a relatively new body with an old look that is playing a critical role in the future of racing in the province. What exactly is OR and where is it leading the industry?
Reviews are mixed one year after Woodbine installed a Tapeta synthetic track surface to replace Polytrack.
As horse population continues to decline, what role will a reduced Ontario Sired program have in helping the future of WEG.