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The QROOI Board of directors is pleased to announce that Ontario Racing has been successful in securing an aid package for the Ontario Horse Racing Industry. We have attached their official notice below.
At this time, we have decided to cancel the first two weeks of training, this puts our first possible training date at April 20, 2020. As we move forward in these unique and difficult circumstances, we will continue to evaluate the start of training along with the start of racing.
Confirmed case of eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in a horse located in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, ON
The Ontario Government announced last month that it would allot up to $105 million annually to horse racing industry stakeholders over a 19-year period. All three racing sectors (thoroughbred, standardbred and quarter horse) signed the agreement.
The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame is pleased to announce its 2018 ballot. A total of 30 horses and people comprised of 15 Thoroughbred and 15 Standardbred candidates, have been selected to appear on the voting ballot. A 20-person Election Committee for each breed will determine the winners in their respective categories. Results will be announced Tuesday, April 10th.
Ontario Government Announces Long-Term Funding Agreement for the Horse Racing Industry | The Rider Equestrian News
The Ontario government has announced a long-term funding agreement for the horse racing industry that will provide up to $105 million over 19 years, beginning in 2019.