Recently, the Ontario Alcohol and Game Commission approved a post-time change request made by Woodbine Entertainment Group. The AGCO Registrar will now allow post-times for several races to be changed at Woodbine Mohawk Park. The race is part of the September 19, 2023 and September 21, 2023.
Woodbine Entertainment is a leading operator of world – class horse racing in Ontario, owning and operating Thoroughbred, Woodbine Racecourse, Standardbread and Woodbine Mohawk Park. The latter is a harness racing track located in Campbellville that also features a slot machine lounge with over 1,000 machines operated by great Canadian Entertainment.
The Registrar of Ontario’s Alcohol and Game Commission has authorized the track to change the posting time of the two match dates, September 19 (Tue) and 21 (Thu), 2023, from 7 p.m. to 5:35 p.m.
Woodbine Entertainment’s application for a posttime change to its 2023 race date calendar was reviewed by Ontario Racing and Ontario Lotte & Gaming Corporation, both of which made suggestions for approval of the request. The 2023 schedule change is subject to approval from the Mutuel Agency in Paris, Canada.
celebrating the 60th anniversary 슬롯
Woodbine Mohawk Park is one of the leading tracks when it comes to live horse racing in Ontario and North America. Earlier this year, the facility celebrated 60 years of global racing, which not only brought amazing memories to spectators, but was also very beneficial for horse racing and local sports.
For the celebration, the track provided snacks to fans, and the first 300 fans who came through the door during the celebration weekend received cupcakes. There were also walking entertainment and special drinks. One of the cards featured a celebration program, and for the event, its seventh race was “Mohawk 60th Anniversary Face”.
A Study on the Influence of Horse Racing
Meanwhile, the Ontario Lottery and Game Company is investigating the impact of horse racing. The Crown will collect research on the unprecedented situation in the Ontario sector. The aim is to quantify the current economic impact of the local horse racing industry and will be carried out with the help of local horse racing organizations and associations.
OLG is working to better understand how the horse racing sector has changed since Crown Agency’s first comprehensive economic impact study. It was conducted in 2019, and a new survey was launched at the end of June 2023, and companies will also provide questionnaires to be provided through industry associations.