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Government Witnesses Examined

October 11, 2017:

Examinations have begun in the lawsuit launched by a group of Standardbred breeders against the Government of Ontario, and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation....read on

Courts: Duncan, McGuinty Must Testify

October 4, 2017:

On Tuesday (October 3), a divisional court rejected a key appeal from the Ontario Government and Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. in regard to an ongoing legal battle with a group of Standardbred breeders in the province....read on

Appeal Filed To Block Testimony

August 23, 2017:

Reports indicate an appeal has been filed regarding the ruling that would summon a total of 11 individuals -- including former Premier Dalton McGuinty and his Minister of Finance Dwight Duncan -- to court to testify in a civil claim lodged by a collective of breeders pertaining to the cancellation of the slots-at-racetracks program in Ontario....read on

McGuinty, Duncan Must Testify

August 9, 2017:

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled that former Premier Dalton McGuinty and former Minister of Finance Dwight Duncan, among others, will be forced to answer questions on the record in regard to the controversial decision to cancel the Slots at Racetracks Program....read on

Breeders' Lawsuit Hearing Monday

June 19, 2017:

Court proceedings took place on Monday, June 19 in Guelph, Ont., as the Province of Ontario and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. were looking to have summonses for 13 witnesses – including Don Drummond, Dwight Duncan, Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne – quashed....read on

Ontario Breeders Lawsuit Continues

April 27, 2017:

Trot Insider has received an update on the status of the legal proceedings between a group of Ontario breeders against the Province of Ontario and the Ontario Lottery And Gaming Corp. (OLG)....read on

Court Rules On New Jersey Classic

March 14, 2017:

On Monday (March 13) the New Jersey Superior Court in Monmouth County rejected an effort by an owner of a New Jersey-bred horse to force New Meadowlands to host and race the New Jersey Classic and the Miss New Jersey Classic this year....read on

Trampled S-Bred Groom Files Lawsuit

February 9, 2017:

A harness racing groom has filed a lawsuit after having been trampled by a loose Standardbred at a North American raceway....read on

More Comments On Stakes Cancellations

February 2, 2017:

In a media release issued on Thursday, February 2, the Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey stated that every effort is being made to race the Anthony Abbatiello Classic and the Thomas D’Altrui Miss New Jersey Filly Division events in 2017....read on

‘Big M’ Statement Regarding Lawsuit

February 2, 2017:

On Thursday, February 2, officials with the Meadowlands Racetrack released a statement in regard to the lawsuit it is facing due to the cancellation of the Anthony Abbatiello New Jersey Classic and Thomas D'Altrui Miss New Jersey for three-year-old pacers....read on

Taylor Takes Exception To Cancellations

February 1, 2017:

Attorney Howard Taylor has said that he has filed an order to show cause as a result of the Meadowlands Racetrack and the Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey's decision to cancel this year's New Jersey Classic and Miss New Jersey....read on

Gall Addresses Fredericton Situation

September 10, 2016:

"As Canada celebrates its 250th anniversary of horse racing next year, it would be a terrible loss for the industry and our nation to lose a heritage site like Fredericton Raceway, one of Canada’s oldest racetracks."...read on

Vokey, Fredericton Respond

September 9, 2016:

After Horse Racing New Brunswick (HRNB) issued a statement questioning its future at Fredericton Raceway, the operator of the racetrack has issued a response to the HRNB letter....read on

The End For Canada's Oldest Track?

September 9, 2016:

Is this Saturday's (September 10) card the final card of harness racing ever at Canada's oldest racetrack?...read on

Lawsuit Over On-Track Racing Accident

September 6, 2016:

A worker’s compensation regulator is in the process of trying to sue a horse racing participant for seven figures, it has been reported. The regulator is claiming that the participant in question was the cause of significant injuries to another racing participant during an on-track accident that occurred six years ago....read on


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