Jockeys Canada

The Jockey’s Benefit Association of Canada (JBAC) is the official association and spokesperson for jockeys riding in Canada and has been in operation for over 75 years as a non-profit corporation.

Operating under a Provincially appointed Executive Director where thoroughbred racing is active, its purpose is to represent and assist jockeys across Canada.

Horse Racing in Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Woodbine Racetrack is a race track for Thoroughbred horse racing in the Etobicoke area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Owned by Woodbine Entertainment Group, Woodbine Racetrack manages and hosts Canada’s most famous race, the Queen’s Plate.

Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada

Fort Erie Race Track is a horse racing facility in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada, that opened on June 16, 1897. The racetrack is often referred to as “the border oval” because of the track’s proximity to the U.S. border. Its most important race is the Prince of Wales Stakes, the second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown.

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Century Mile Racetrack and Casino is a casino and horse racing facility in Leduc County, Alberta, next to the Edmonton International Airport. It is one of two “A-level” horse racing venues in the province of Alberta and the only one-mile racetrack in western Canada.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Hastings Racecourse is a horse-racing facility at Hastings Park, four miles from downtown Vancouver. Originally called East Park, it opened for business in 1889, making it Vancouver’s longest continuously used professional sports facility.

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Assiniboia Downs is a Canadian horse race track on 150 ha of land located in the Winnipeg suburb of St. James-Assiniboia. It is operated by the Manitoba Jockey Club and is the site of the annual Manitoba Derby.

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