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AGCO Official Race Reports

Judges Reports: June 2021
Mohawk - June 14, 2021
Grand River - June 14, 2021
Rideau - June 13, 2021
Clinton- June 13, 2021
Dresden - June 13, 2021
Mohawk - June 12, 2021
Kawartha - June 12, 2021
Hanover - June 12, 2021
Hiawatha - June 12, 2021
Mohawk - June 11, 2021
Grand River - June 11, 2021

For reports from previous months, visit the AGCO Race Reports Archive

As part of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario's commitment to transparency and enhanced communication, the AGCO will pilot the release of race reports after a day / evening of racing.

The AGCO race reports will be available online and will include details on the calls made by Race Officials during each race and other insights impacting each race card. Daily Race reports are common in other racing jurisdictions and have been advocated for by the betting public for additional wagering insights and by participants for improving consistency.

April 9, 2019 - 12:18 pmOn April 6, the judges fined

On April 6, the judges fined Travis Cullen for going a slow second quarter, 29 3/5, after a 26 4/5 quarter and a 56 2/5 half, in a non winners of $5000 last 5 starts. Three races later, in a higher class, non winners $7500 last 5 starts, Jody Jamieson went the quarter in 27 1/5, the half in 57 2/5, for a second quarter of 30 1/5, and did NOT get fined. How can this be?

December 16, 2018 - 8:55 amRoy's violation occurred

Sheldon Rose SAID...

Roy's violation occurred March 2018. He is suspended April 1 to 15 in 2019, a year later.

December 15, 2018 - 1:21 am@Paul... that's an AGCO

December 15, 2018 - 12:59 amAlso what happened to the 15

paul lacroix SAID...

Also what happened to the 15 day suspension Lou Roy received for the drive on the horse Beachin Lindy? It was at Woodbine last winter. Was that swept under the carpet? Please reply.

December 15, 2018 - 12:54 amThe judges are generally

paul lacroix SAID...

The judges are generally pretty good when it comes to pylon violations however in the 9th race at Mohawk the horse Severus Hanover went inside a minimum of 5 pylons.(Dec. 14th). It is quite clear they were more concerned with the 1 horse breaking at the start and whether there was interference to any other horses in the race. There was a very large payoff and it affected my wagering. They cant use the excuse that it was foggy and therefore they missed it as I am half blind and saw it clearly. Pylons are generally pretty easy to watch but in this case the judges were not doing there jobs. Please reply to my comment and let me know why and how this error occurred.
Thank You.


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