Ontario Racing announced on January 29, 2021 that Standardbread Horse people will have the option of accessing funds available under a funding agreement with the Ontario Lottery and Game Company. This is considered a reward for the suspension of live racing in Ontario due to an unprecedented situation. Applications can be submitted by February 8, 2021.
John Hayes, chairman of Ontario Racing, admitted that horse racing, like many other sectors, has been negatively infected by the unprecedented events of 2020. That’s why Ontario Lottery and gaming companies have worked hard to negotiate significant amounts of funding to ease the financial situation in the industry. Results of the financing agreement between Ontario Racing and Crown Company for Live Horse Racing.
No wonder the horse is eligible for the funds, and the horse must meet certain conditions to receive payments in December 2020 and January 2021. For example, a December payment is worth C$300 per horse, and the horse should have a chart line that can be checked by a third party between Oct. 23 and Dec. 23.
The January payment consists of C$1,000 per horse, which must be at least three years old and is currently in an Ontario-based stable. In order for horses to qualify, they must participate at the Ontario Racecourse between June 5, 2021 and December 23, 2020. Chart lines that can be checked by third parties are also mandatory. The horse must also be trained or managed by a licensed AGCO trainer. U.S. age 3 and 4 may apply for payment even if they are stably trained in Ontario and trained by AGCO trainers.
All horses must operate reliably in Ontario and be supervised by an AGCO licensed trainer. And once the suspension of live horse racing is lifted, all horses must race on the 2021 Ontario Standard Bread track. Fund candidates are set for February 8, 2021. Full information on payment applications can be found on the official website: Standardbredcanada.ca
Support for horse owners
With all live horse racing suspended since March 2020, Ontario Racing has been struggling financially and is currently relying on support from funding agreements with Ontario Lottery and gaming companies. People of Standardbread, Thoroughbred and Quarterhorse can apply for financial support and horses must meet certain conditions for this support. Qualified Thoroughbred horse owners can receive C$1,500 per month, Standardbread 1000 C$ and Quarterhorse people can receive C$750 per month. 카지노사이트먹튀
Ontario Sire Stakes Program
Last year was a financial disaster for all commercial sectors, including live horse racing, which is also a victim of unprecedented conditions. Both experienced horse owners and new horse owners needed financial help to make ends meet. Mr. Parkinson is the president of the Ontario Standard Breeding Association, and the head of Standard Breeding at the Ontario Racing Board announced the Ontario Sire Stakes program. The program will be able to help the industry with a distribution of C$15 million in funds.