29 November 2007

Headlines for November 29th

Fort Erie horses could move up on the Polytrack. "Horses either love the Polytrack, or they hate it," says Elissa Blowe. Interesting stat. In route races at Woodbine this year, posts 12-14 are 2 for 57.

Proposal for jackpot type of bets being negotiated for to boost interest in Canadian horse racing; Other significant rules changes expected as well.

Gulfstream Park to reduce slot machines and increase simulcast areas

ORC denies OHHA appeal

Bill Hartack, who rode Northern Dancer to victory in the 1964 Queeen's Plate, dead at 74.



Innisfil Council worried about Simcoe County and Ramara Township plan


Bankruptcy court approves NYRA's plan


Churchill Downs consolidates ADW's


Woodbine Bias Report: Rail a bit better, but speed still sucks. Doyle and Jono Jones are on bad streaks.

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