Retention-Area Towel Pilot Approved

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June 15, 2017 – On Thursday, June 15, the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency issued a memo to horsepeople competing on the Woodbine Entertainment Group circuit stating that a proposed pilot project in regard to the stocking of clean towels in the retention areas of Woodbine and Mohawk Racetrack has been approved.

The contents of the CPMA’s release on the subject appear below.


MEMORANDUM TO:
Horsepersons at Mohawk Raceway and Woodbine Racetrack (Harness).

SUBJECT:
Approval of a proposal by the Central Ontario Standardbred Association to stock clean towels in the retention area at Mohawk Raceway and Woodbine Racetrack (Harness).

The Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency (CPMA) has approved a pilot project proposed by the Central Ontario Standardbred Association (COSA) whereby clean towels will be made available for horseperson’s use within the retention areas at Mohawk Raceway and Woodbine Racetrack (Harness).

This pilot program is a joint undertaking between COSA and the Woodbine Entertainment Group, the race-course association responsible for the operation of the retention areas at both race-course locations. COSA will be solely responsible for the operation of this pilot program, which may be terminated at any time.

Any questions related to this approved pilot program should be directed to the President of COSA, Mr. Bill O’Donnell at bill@cosaonline.com .


NOTE DE SERVICE AUX:
Professionnels du cheval aux hippodromes Mohawk et Woodbine (courses attelées).

OBJET:
Approbation d’une proposition de la Central Ontario Standardbred Association pour le stockage de serviettes propres dans les enclos des hippodromes Mohawk et Woodbine (courses attelées).

L’Agence canadienne du pari mutuel (ACPM) a approuvé un projet pilote proposé par la Central Ontario Standardbred Association (COSA), dans le cadre duquel des serviettes propres seront mises à la disposition des professionnels du cheval dans les enclos des hippodromes Mohawk et Woodbine (courses attelées).

Ce programme pilote est une initiative conjointe de la COSA et de Woodbine Entertainment Group, l’association de course responsable de l’utilisation des enclos des deux hippodromes. La COSA aura l’entière responsabilité d’administrer ce programme pilote qui peut prendre fin en tout temps.

Pour toute question concernant ce programme pilote approuvé, vous devez communiquer avec M. Bill O’Donnell, président de la COSA, par courriel à bill@cosaonline.com.