Big Moment And Drachan Hanover Take OSS Gold In Mohawk

Three-year-old pacing colts butted heads during Monday’s 10-race card at Mohawk Racetrack, as the Campbellville oval shelled out some serious cash in a set of OSS Gold Series divisions. Big Moment prevailed in what turned out to be a wild finish in the first division. J Js Delivery wheeled the field through fractions of :26.2, […] Read more »

Drive And Dine, Promoting Canadian Horse Racing

A special limited-time offer has just been announced for I Love Canadian Harness Racing Fan Club Members! As part of Horse Experience 2015, we’re offering a special Drive & Dine package to visitors to the Pan Am Games. But we also want to make this available to our Fan Club members! The Drive & Dine […] Read more »

A Message To The Ontario Horse Racing Industry From The OLG And OHRIA

  For the first time, representatives from the horse racing industry, the Government of Ontario and crown agencies are working together in support of a sustainable industry. Following government direction first announced in October 2013, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) and the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association (OHRIA), are working with the Alcohol […] Read more »

Three-Year-Old OSS Trotting Colts Battle In Grand River

Lets Be Honest battled in the Gold Series as a two-year-old, but Rockwood, Ontario resident Benoit Baillargeon decided to start the trotter in the Grassroots this season and the decision proved a wise one as the gelding captured his first Ontario Sires Stakes trophy at Grand River Raceway on Wednesday. Lets Be Honest and driver […] Read more »

North American Cup Night Proves Interest In Ontario Harness Racing Growing

The 2015 Pepsi North America Cup not only set a Canadian record on the track, it was also the highlight of a record-setting evening Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack. A handle of $4,292,777 on Saturday’s 15-race card broke the previous North America Cup card handle record of $3,820,598 set in 2005 at Woodbine. Saturday night’s wager […] Read more »