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By December 2, 2020 No Comments

Equine Guelph needs to know what YOU need to know and is calling on you to participate in the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Survey. We all know that a healthy horse is a top performer and Equine Guelph wants to help you achieve maximum health for your racehorses and the best results on the track.

After launching its two-year “Training Pilot Project for the Ontario Horse Racing Industry”, offering online courses in industry-identified priority areas like respiratory, lameness and gut health, Equine Guelph needs to hear from you again. What is next?

So far, Equine Guelph has received 40 surveys with a goal of 300. The survey consists of 20 questions and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. It will remain open until January 20.  At the end of the questionnaire, participants will have the chance to enter a draw for $50 Tim Horton cards (10 prizes available).  Survey results will be released to the Ontario horse racing industry.

Over 850 stakeholders from the industry registered for Equine Guelph’s free online courses over the last two years. Whether you took a course or not, have your say!  Take the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Survey today!

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(a) I agree to abide by OHHA's constitution and by-laws and appoint and grant OHHA the right to act as my sole and exclusive agent and representative for the purposes of negotiating and executing contracts with all racetracks in the Province of Ontario and executing agreements relating to racing with any other group, body or association and I assign and transfer to OHHA, during the time I am a member, all my intellectual property rights, throughout the world, including copyrights, personality rights, and any causes of action related thereto, that I may own, arising from or related to my racing activity.

(b) I agree and consent to the terms of the Privacy Agreement of the Ontario Harness Horse Association, a copy of which is published on the Ontario Harness Horse Association's website and available to me in print on request.