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SSHA Votes To Dissolve

December 16, 2013:

On Monday, December 16, Saskatchewan Standardbred Horsemen’s Association President Glenn LeDrew announced that the membership of the SSHA voted to dissolve the association at its recent annual general on

Saskatchewan To Drop Pari-Mutuel Tax

October 10, 2012:

On Wednesday, October 10, the Province of Saskatchewan announced that, effective March 31, 2013, it will no longer be taking the 10 per cent tax it currently collects on horse-racing on

Saskatchewan Looks For Answers

October 8, 2012:

With a new track and a renewed interest in harness racing, horsemen in the province of Saskatchewan are now left pondering their future after losing government support effective next on

Yorkton Streak Ends On Closing Night

September 9, 2012:

On the final day of the Yorkton standardbred race season, the streak of the summer came to an end on

SSHA Wants Fair Share

May 2, 2012:

Following the March announcement that the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) will end annual grants to fund the provincial horse racing industry in 2013, the Saskatchewan Standardbred Horsemen's Association (SSHA) is hoping it can work out a deal to receive a cut from simulcast wagering on

Did Ontario Start A Domino Effect?

April 24, 2012:

"We did find it ironic that all these announcements came out within a few weeks of each other, so it certainly made you wonder whether there was some sort of conference or discussions going on between the provinces." on

Fallout From SK Cuts To Racing

April 10, 2012:

Segments of Saskatchewan's horse-racing industry have made their voices heard in the past few days, as mainstream media articles regarding provincial austerity measures have come out in the press. "It was actually really something," West Meadows Raceway President Jane Grainger has been quoted as saying. "With the budget we had received a letter on how good we had done, a pat on the back." on

Saskatchewan To Drop Funding In 2013

March 29, 2012:

Following the lead of Ontario and New Brunswick, the provincial government in Saskatchewan announced on Wednesday that funding for horse racing would end in on

WMR Organizers Thrilled With First Meet

October 12, 2011:

"I think it was very well received by the community and it's too bad we couldn't keep it going a little longer. We had great crowds, a lot of wagers. I think it all exceeded our expectations." on

LeDrew Getting The Word Out

September 27, 2011:

It is now half-way through the track's inaugural meet, but officials with the newly-opened West Meadows Raceway have gotten word about the Regina half-miler on

LeDrew Returns To The Sulky

August 3, 2011:

A familiar face returned to the track at Cornerstone Raceway Tuesday.

Coming off an extended suspension Glenn LeDrew was back in the seat for the first time this summer in Saskatchewan, and he picked up a pair of wins to mark the on

Third Time's A Charm?

February 22, 2011:

If Glenn LeDrew's lucky number is three, the racing gods could be on his side for this Saturday's Western Regional Driving Championship at Fraser Downs in British on

2010 Yorkton Wrap-Up; Look To Future

September 15, 2010:

If you ignore the repeated bad weather which caused the cancellation and rescheduling of race nights all season long, including the season finale last Friday, it has been a good year of standardbred racing in on

Kolthammer, LeDrew Talk Yorkton

September 13, 2010:

The harness racing season has come to an end at Cornerstone Raceway in Yorkton with the final race card Sunday, a make-up day from Friday which on

LeDrew & Worthen Team Up For Five

June 26, 2010:

To say Glenn LeDrew had a big night in the sulky at Cornestone Raceway in Yorkton Friday evening would be a huge understatement as he drove five winners on the nine-race card, all for trainer Shawn on

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