OLG is the main sponsor of Triple Crown Canada

Most recently, Ontario’s Woodbine Entertainment announced another collaboration with the Ontario Lottery and Game Company. The organization’s horse racing season comes with plenty of promise as OLG announces that it will return as the title sponsor of this year’s edition of Woodbine’s triple Canadian winner Thoroughbred Racing.

As hardcore horse racing fans already know, the Canadian Thoroughbred Racing Triple Crown consists of three main races. The first is the historic Queens Plate at Woodbine Racecourse on August 21, 2022, with the Prince of Wales Stakes on September 13 and the Breeders Stakes on October 2 at Fort Erie Racecourse and again at Woodbine Racecourse.

Jim Lawson, CEO of Woodbine Entertainment, said the organization is proud to once again work with OLG on Triple Crown in Canada. According to him, the Crown Corporation’s support has been a major help to horse racing leaders and other organizations, and has helped improve the event as well as engage a new fan base over the past few years.

On behalf of OLG, Chief Athletics Gaming and Business Development Officer Lori Sullivan said Crown was pleased to continue its long-term support for the local horse racing industry. In addition, she celebrated the efforts of OLG’s precious horse racing partners to develop the sport and make it more exciting for the next generation of fans.

The OLG Canadian Triple Crown of Surrobred Racing comes with different track surfaces for every race. For example, The Queen’s Plate, which returns for its 163rd edition, will be held on the surface of Tapeta. The Prince of Wales Stakes at Fort Erie Race Track will compete on a dirt surface, while the Breeders Stakes will compete on the popular E.P. Taylor Turf Course at the Woodbine Race Track.

Last weekend, Woodbine Entertainment hosted the 39th Pepsi North American Cup at Woodbine Mohawk Park. The historic race was won by bookmakers’ favorite Pebble Beach, but it’s not the only highlight of the day as the company announced a record 13 race cards on the night.

On June 18, 2022, this card generated an event and racetrack record handle of C$6,317,624.47. It broke the previous record of C$5.6 million from 2020. Trading volume on Saturday was dominated by Jackpot High-5 mandatory payments with $1.8 million in new money. The Pick-5 bet was another popular option, as it brought just over $437,000 to the total handle.

Also Monday, Woodbine Entertainment announced a new partnership with the You Can Play Project. Through this project, the horse racing organization will strive to provide broader inclusion to all participants in the horse racing industry, including 2SLGBTQ+ athletes, managers, equestrian and fans, another example of the company’s commitment and support to the community.

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