Jockey Club of Canada
Jockey Club Of Canada Updates Status Of Several Stakes Races

The Jockey Club of Canada’s Graded Stakes Committee held its annual review of the Graded and Listed Stakes in Canada and while the number of Graded Stakes in Canada remains unchanged at 44, there will two upgrades of Non Listed races to Listed races for 2017. The status for all other Graded and Listed Stakes […]

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Rafael Hernandez
Rafael Hernandez To Miss Five Weeks After Spill At Turfway

Veteran jockey Rafael Hernandez was unseated during the second race at Turfway Park on Friday evening, when his mount clipped heels and stumbled down the backstretch. According to the Daily Racing Form, Hernandez suffered a laceration to his right knee which will force him to miss five weeks of racing. Following the race, a stewards […]

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Woodbine Customers Will Soon Have Access To Loadhub

Payment Source is very pleased to announce that, beginning January 19, Woodbine Entertainment Group (“WEG”) customers will be able to leverage the Loadhub network to reload their HPIbet.com account. WEG, a leader in horse racing, wagering and hospitality experiences, has created HPIbet.com with the horse racing enthusiast in mind. This online gaming platform allows users […]

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Woodbine racing
Woodbine To Shut Down HPItv Channel In April

Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) today announced HPItv will shut down its multi-track channel and accompanying odds channel effective Saturday, April 11, 2017. WEG has operated HPItv, a CRTC licensed digital television channel that broadcasts racing to homes across Canada, and its predecessor, The Racing Network (TRN) since 2001. “The decision to shut down HPItv was […]

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Woodbine racing
Woodbine: All-Sources Handle Up 7.1 Percent During 2016 Season

Woodbine Entertainment Group this week announced wagering on Woodbine’s 2016 live Thoroughbred racing season, which concluded Sunday, December 4, rose sharply over the 2015 meet. The 133-day season produced an “all-sources” handle of $469,452,009, a 7.1% per cent increase over the $438,185,077 figure recorded from 133 dates in 2015. “We saw tremendous growth in our […]

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Mobile Platforms, Wagering Talk Dominate Final Day Of Symposium On Racing And Gaming

Two days of presentations of new ideas in racing wrapped up on Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz., as the 43rd annual Global Symposium on Racing & Gaming concluded. The event is sponsored by the Race Track Industry Program at the University of Arizona. Innovation was showcased as speakers representing a variety of perspectives discussed how horse […]

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Southern Ring and Eurico Rosa da Silva after winning the Ontario Fashion Stakes
Casse And Da Silva Top Standings As Woodbine Concludes 2016 Season

There were familiar names on top of the leaderboard at the end of Sunday’s 14-race season-ending card at Woodbine. Eurico Rosa da Silva, a Sovereign Award winner as Canada’s outstanding jockey in 2010, 2013 and 2015, won three races on Sunday’s card to finish as the leading rider with 202 victories, one more than his […]

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Bangkok wins the Valedictory
Bangkok Surprises At 17-1 In Valedictory

Bangkok, a 17-1 longshot, wore down defending champ Melmich in the late going to take Sunday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Valedictory Stakes, the final stakes event of Woodbine’s 2016 thoroughbred racing season. It was a gutsy effort by the Street Hero gelding and winning rider Emma-Jayne Wilson, as the duo rallied stoutly down the lane to […]

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Display Stakes King and His Court Jockey Gary Boulanger
King And His Court Overcomes Poor Start En Route To Early Queen’s Plate Favoritism

It wasn’t the smoothest of starts, but it was a stellar finish for King and His Court, who came from last to take Saturday’s $125,000 Display Stakes at Woodbine. Conditioned by Mark Casse for owners Gary Barber and Wachtel Stable, the Court Vision dark bay was bumped by stablemate Vanish – also a Casse trainee […]

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Alan Garcia guides Undulated to victory in the $125,000 dollar Swynford Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack.
Undulated Last-To-First In Swynford

M M G Stables’ Undulated rallied last to first under patient handling by Alan Garcia to capture Sunday’s $128,500 Swynford Stakes, a six furlong Tapeta sprint for two-year-olds, at Woodbine. Trained by Cathal Lynch, Undulated was last of five at the top of the lane but closed resolutely into too fast splits set by a […]

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