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Pennsylvania Trainer Dennis Mills Dies Age 63

Trainer Dennis Mills passed away in his home at age 63 on Jan. 2, according to legacy.com. Along with his father, Mills operated Willow Tree Farm for more than 40 years, breeding and training Thoroughbred racehorses on the Hellam, Penn. property. Mills raced the majority of his horses at Pennsylvania tracks, even winning the first […]

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Belinda Stronach Taking The Reins At The Stronach Group

There has been a passing of the baton this year at The Stronach Group, owner of some of the premier racetracks on American soil, including Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., which for the ninth time on Nov. 4-5 hosted the Breeders’ Cup world championships – two spectacular days of racing and entertainment. Dennis Mills, […]

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The Friday Show: ‘Turf Love’ And The Showdown At Santa Anita

The Paulick Report is pleased to introduce The Friday Show, our version of TGIF. To end each week, we’ll give further insight into top stories, industry developments and big races, as well as add a few twists you might not see on the website, read your emails, and much more. In our first edition of […]

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Mills: Racing Must Draw Fans, Upgrade Technology Moving Forward

Dennis Mills, a former member of the Canadian Parliament and former Magna International executive, is the founder and president of Racing Future. The goal of Racing Future, according to their website, is “to motivate and inspire a new generation of fans to get involved in and support horse racing.” Mills posted the following piece on […]

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Racing Idea Contest Leads to Thrilling Ownership Experience

Mike Caggiano was like a lot of other horseplayers, a guy with opinions, not only about who was going to win the next race but about how to improve horse racing and make it more popular. He cut his gambling teeth at a now-defunct harness track in New York, moved to South Florida, and now […]

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The Breeders’ Cup Forum: Fighting for a Future

The 2012 Woodbine Thoroughbred meeting is down to its final few weeks but the off-track action is really heating up as Ontario’s horse industry fights for its survival in the wake of a provincial government decision earlier this year to end the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation’s slots at racetrack program, which funds a significant […]

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RacingFuture.com’s Dennis Mills takes stand for Ontario racing industry

Jim Richards, of Newstalk 1010, interviewed RacingFuture.com’s Dennis Mills regarding the impending consequences of the Ontario government’s decision to end the Slots-at-Racetracks Program. The link can be found here: http://www.racingfuture.com/content/dennis-mills-talks-jim-richards-newstalk-1010-0.

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Dennis Mills, President Racing Future: A sustainable transitional proposal

Racing Future President, Dennis Mills, puts forward a fact-based outline of the Ontario horse racing situation, the problem the industry faces, and a proposed sustainable transition solution.

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Help preserve racing and breeding in Ontario

On Sunday, the attention of millions of Canadians and racing fans throughout North America turns to the Queen’s Plate, a time-honored race for 3-year-olds bred in Canada that will be having its 153rd running. It is an outstanding day of racing that on many occasions has attracted members of Britain’s Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth […]

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Toronto billboard campaign planned to draw attention to Ontario racing industry

In Canada, former Liberal MP Dennis Mills is contributed $15,000 of his own money to a $50,000 campaign that will feature about 100 signs, both billboards and subway signs, challenging the premier’s plans to remove slots from racetracks, reports the Toronto Star. The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society, the Standardbred Association of Ontario and the Quarter […]

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