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Woodbine Standardbred posts largest all-sources handle ever in 2019

Woodbine Entertainment today announced that the 2019 Standardbred season produced a record all-sources handle of $364,639,490, the highest in Woodbine Standardbred history.

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REMINDER: Stallion registration deadline is January 15

Wednesday, January 15 is the deadline to register a stallion with the Standardbred Improvement Program for the 2020 breeding season without incurring a late fee.

The Raceway Smashes All-Time Overall And Per Race Handle

Tuesday night’s New Year's Eve card held at The Raceway at Western Fair District produced an all-time overall and per race record handle.

Philanthropic support awarded by Grand River Agricultural Society

The Grand River Agricultural Society (GRAS) recently awarded three donations totaling $13,000. All presentations took place at Grand River Raceway, which is operated by GRAS.

COSA and Cujo Entertainment Announce New Marketing Initiative

The Central Ontario Standardbred Association (COSA) has announced a new marketing initiative aimed at promoting the industry and participants across the province.

Mohawk Park season ends with series finals and presentations

Woodbine Mohawk Park concluded its 2019 racing season with the traditional Boxing Day matinee on a foggy Thursday.

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Angus Hall retires

Hall of Fame stallion Angus Hall has been retired.

New wagers for 2020 at Woodbine Mohawk Park

Woodbine Entertainment today announced a pair of new multi-leg wagers and the return of the Can-Am Pick-4 for the 2020 live racing season at Woodbine Mohawk Park.

Nirvana Seelster gives Budd win 2,000

Nirvana Seelster displayed the determination that’s helped him earn over $1 million in his career to give trainer Bill Budd a milestone victory Saturday night at Woodbine Mohawk Park.

Winter Series action heats up at Mohawk Park

The preliminary rounds of the Valedictory and Niagara Series for three-year-old pacers concluded on a very cold Thursday evening at Woodbine Mohawk Park.