HORSE RACING ALBERTA
CENTURY MILE RACETRACK LICENSING OFFICE HOURS
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and any holiday race days
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Due to extreme winter weather for the month of February the difficult decision has been made to cancel opening day of racing at Century Downs Racetrack and Casino.
The weather has made it impossible for horsemen to keep horses prepared to race. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have cause and look forward to opening, March 17th.
Just a reminder, it is MANDATORY for all trainers to provide a CURRENT Worker's Compensation Number or a letter from Worker's Compensation Board why the applicant does not need to have coverage.
Worker's Compensation Board applications are available online. (https://www.wcb.ab.ca)
By Order of the Steward's/Judge's Board
February 25, 2019
The 2019-2021 Horse Racing Alberta Business Plan is now available for download from the documents page
The Jockey Club of Canada is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2018 Sovereign Awards honouring Canada’s Champions and recognizing their outstanding achievements in Canadian Racing. The winners of the twelve horse categories and the five human categories will be announced at the 44th Annual Sovereign Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at Chateau Le Jardin in Woodbridge, ON.
My Gal Betty
War of Will
Lookin to Strike
Tiz a Slam
Tiz a Slam
Chiefswood Stables Limited
Tall Oaks Farm
Mark E. Casse
Lenny A. Seecharan
Eurico Rosa Da Silva
Rafael Manuel Hernandez
Finalists to be announced during the 44th Annual Sovereign Awards Ceremony
In addition to the 17 Sovereign Awards listed above,Gustav Schickedanz and the late William D. Graham will each be honored with the E.P. Taylor Award of Merit for their life long dedication and outstanding contribution to the Thoroughbred Racing and Breeding industry in Canada.
Woodbine’s 2018 Player of the Year, Nick Noce of Rochester, N.Y. will be presented with the Award for Outstanding Handicapper and once again, the Award for Outstanding Groom will be presented by Sponsor OLG.
Winners of the three 2018 Media Awards will also be presented at the 44th Annual Sovereign Awards Ceremony. Media Awards are judged by the Journalism Professors at Humber, School of Media Studies & Information Technology, in Toronto, Ontario. The three finalists in each of the three media categories will be announced on or before March 1, 2019.
The Jockey Club of Canada was founded in 1973 by E.P. Taylor to serve as the international representative of the Canadian Thoroughbred industry. The mission of The Jockey Club of Canada is to promote and maintain a high standard for Thoroughbred racing and breeding in Canada at a level which is recognized internationally for the benefit of all those interested in the sport including the general public by operations and services such as, but not limited to: evaluating all Graded, Listed and Black-type races in Canada annually; conducting the annual Sovereign Awards for outstanding achievement in Thoroughbred racing and breeding in Canada; maintaining a field office in Canada for the Jockey Club of the United States and the Jockey Club Registry Service; and by representing Canada as a Member of the IFHA.