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Trot Radio's Best Moments Of 2012

December 31, 2012:

As we head into 2013, Trot Radio looks back at some of Canadian harness racing's best moments from on

Trot Radio's Ont. Racing Year In Review

December 23, 2012:

Today's episode of Trot Radio looks back at 2012, a year that for those in Ontario's horse racing industry meant a year of questions, frustration and on

More On Calgary-Balzac Track

December 5, 2012:

"We've never been this far or this firm with anybody. In the past we've had the design of what we wanted to build and never really found the funding we on

Update On San Pail

November 28, 2012:

After surgery and stem cell therapy to treat an injured ankle in September, San Pail's trainer and co-owner Rod Hughes received an progress update from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky on on

Quebec: 2013 And Beyond

November 25, 2012:

"We had people coming in from Montreal and Quebec City by organized buses, as well as people just coming in on their own from the townships of Montreal and so on. It became a bit of a social occasion. You saw people that you hadn't seen for a was a very positive environment." on

John Snobelen On OMAFRA Report

November 3, 2012:

"We think the basis of it, which is tying the amount of purses and therefore the available number of race days to the amount of handle available - to actually the participation of the horseplayers and fans of horse racing - is a critical issue on a go-forward basis." on

Runciman Wants To Hear From You

October 25, 2012:

"I think there's widespread concern across the province, not just with the racing element, but with the government's so-called modernization on

More Details On NB Track

October 20, 2012:

"I think the days of having a racetrack simply for racing are gone by. We have to merge and find ways of giving a real complete entertainment package - that's really a big part of this." 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

Herve's Last Hurrah

October 4, 2012:

On Sunday night at Rideau Carleton Raceway, Canadian driving legend Herve Filion will be making a special guest appearance competing at the Ottawa-area oval. According to Filion, these will be his "last professional drives" in a long and storied harness racing on

What Would Charlie Do?

August 15, 2012:

On the eve of his induction into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame and days before the anticipated report from the OMAFRA panel, Charles Juravinski gives his take on the slots-at-racetracks situation on this edition of Trot on

Mr. OSS Is Mr. HOF

August 12, 2012:

In this edition of Trot Radio, host Norm Borg sits down with driver Dave Wall about his upcoming honour of being inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame as well as his lifelong passions in harness on

Update From OHRIA On Task Force Plan, Negotiations With Government

July 23, 2012:

"Believe me, OHRIA is weighing all the different options of handling this. And I know on the surface, to many, they don't feel OHRIA's been aggressive on

High Hopes For Gillis Pupils

July 20, 2012:

"Our goal from basically the time we got the colt was to point him to the Hambletonian: that's the race we want to win more than anything...We took the bye this week with hopes that the Hambletonian will be our third start in a row as opposed to our fourth, which I think will be ideal." on

Palone Poised To Make History

July 2, 2012:

"I don’t really perceive myself as any spectacular athlete. I don’t do the work, the horses do the work." on

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