Ontario Racing announced a reallocation of the Horse Improvement Program purses between the Thoroughbred and Standardbred racing, commencing in April, 2019.
As per its agreement with the OLG, through the Long Term Funding Agreement, Ontario Racing will administer the Thoroughbred Horse Improvement Program.
Following the recent announcement of the 19-year deal with the government worth $2 billion, Ontario Racing has selected two new senior managers.
Ontario Racing has signed the agreement offered by the Ontario Government that would allot up to $105 million annually to horse racing over 19-years.
Ontario Racing has issued a webinar invitation to learn more about the recent Funding Agreement for Ontario's horse racing sector announced by the province.
The 2018/19 TIP, based on recommendations from the Thoroughbred Advisory Group and Thoroughbred Working Group, has been approved by Ontario Racing.
The Board of Ontario Racing and members of the Standardbred Alliance have voted to merge the two existing organizations.
Ontario Racing’s Executive Director, Rob Cook, has announced his resignation from the association, effective August 7, 2017.
Ontario Racing announced the appointments of John Hayes, and Dr. Brian Van Arem, to its Board as Directors-at-Large.
Ontario Racing is pleased to extend an invitation to interested individuals in the horse racing sector to submit expressions of Interest