Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Landowners put the squeeze on Kasamatsu Racecourse

Booming ticket sales at the Kasamatsu Racecourse, one of the fifteen horse tracks of the National Association of Racing has witnessed spiraling costs for...

Sapporo racecourse opens family-friendly turf park

The Sapporo Racecourse, one of the JRA’s ten major horse racing tracks, recently opened a “Turf Park” to better accommodate family outings by offering...

HKJC hires former government official as corporate comms officer

Racing operator Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) has appointed a former Hong Kong minister for mainland China affairs as the company’s executive director of...

Racing Australia pushes law to stamp out illegal bookmakers

Any persons involved in Australia’s racing industry who is suspected of placing a bet with an illegal operator can now have his or her...

Yat Yuen faces hefty fines for greyhound abandonment

Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome, which was forced to move out from the canidrome premises on Friday, may be required to pay hefty fines for...

HKJC tips hat at Royal Ascot to boost revenue

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is shaking up simulcast betting, with the planned introduction of a so-called "world pool" on the U.K.’s five-day Royal Ascot meeting in 2019, bringing together a powerful mix of racing cultures.

HKJC commingling revenue growth surges

The Hong Kong Jockey Club posted a 5.8 percent increase in turnover for the 2017/2018 season, though the amount wagered through commingling partners surged 154.8 percent.

DICJ rejects Canidrome extension request

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau on Thursday confirmed it had rejected the extension requested by Macau Yat Yuen Canidrome, and that the July...

Canidrome requests 120 day extension

The Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome Club submitted its plan to re-house its 600 greyhounds on Tuesday, requesting a 120-day extension to use the Canidrome...

Unadopted greyhounds could mean heavy fines for Canidrome

Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome could face hefty fines if it leaves any unadopted greyhounds in the canidrome after July 21, said the Civic and...

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