Five-Year Plan Gets $100 Million Infusion

  Sources indicate that an announcement slated for Monday will increase government funding to Ontario’s horse racing industry with an additional $100-million infusion. According to London’s CTV News reporter Cristina Howorun, race dates will also be announced and the total funding in the five-year plan for racing will be boosted from $400 to $500 million. […] Read more »

Camluck Is The World’s All-Time Leading Money Winning Sire For Progeny Earnings

Camluck has firmly etched himself in the harness racing history books. The brilliant son of Cam Fella and Lady Luck (Striking Image) is now the world’s all-time leading money winning sire. Camluck’s offspring have surpassed $202 million in progeny earnings. Harness link declares Camluck the  ‘ $200,000,000 King Of All Stallions’. To see the Harnesslink […] Read more »

Dr. Brett Anderson Tells ‘The Northumberland News’ About The Changes In The Ontario Standardbred Breeding Industry

Dr. Brett Anderson from Port Hope, Ontario, says the horse breeding industry has been devastated.  A veterinarian and a horse breeder, he has joined a lawsuit by a group of Ontario Standardbred horse breeders seeking compensation from the OLG for lost revenue. At the height of his Standardbred breeding operation Dr. Anderson had more than […] Read more »

Harry Rutherford and Diane Ingham Explain What The Cancellation Of SARP Has Done To Their Business In ‘The Brantford Expositor’

The Brantford Expositor, a division of Sun Media, has an article written by Michael-Allan Marion, about the Standardbred Breeder’s lawsuit. He interviews Harry Rutherford and Diane Ingham, from Mount Pleasant-area. They explain how the cancellation of the SARP has effected their breeding business. To see the entire article Click here. Read more »

“The’ Posts An Article Written By Harold Howe About Breeder’s Lawsuit

Harold Howe explains how the Breeder’s lawsuit signals a serious shift in attitude for the Ontario Standardbred breeders. As Harold puts it “The Ontario harness racing industry has finally announced a change of direction — no more Mister Nice Guy.” Last week the Ontario standardbred breeders announced it is suing the Ontario Lottery and Gaming […] Read more »