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The Alberta Quarter Horse Racing Association promotes Quarter Horse Racing through the encouragement of breeding and ownership, as well as track development. Inaugurated in 1968, Quarter Horses have been competing in Alberta since 1957, beginning at the Millarville racetrack.

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This pretty filly was born March 30 by Goldin Warrior out of Weeds In My Roses. Picture provided by Isaak Fehr.

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#FoalFriday 

This pretty filly was born March 30 by Goldin Warrior out of Weeds In My Roses.  Picture provided by Isaak Fehr.

Dm us your foal pics to be featured (sire, dam, dob)

#cutiepie #equinechampions #foaling

Yesterday Premier Kenney announced that Alberta is facing an increased risk from variants of COVID-19 and expanded restrictions are back in place. The news is testing the resiliency of the racing industry, and horsemen’s concerns were discussed during the COVID-19 Response Planning meeting today.

Horse Racing Alberta, tracks and horsemen’s organizations are committed to working together to ensure the health and safety of racing participants, as well as a strategy to move racing forward.

Horse Racing Alberta is working with the Alberta Health Emergency Operations Centre Stakeholder Relations Team to establish protocols that would allow live racing to resume without spectators. The request has been made for Alberta Standardbred Horse Association to resume their spring race meet in a bubble, similar to other sports. Training at Century Mile, Track on 2, Century Downs and Rocky Mountain Turf Club will continue with all essential personnel fully following all COVID-19 prevention protocols.

The financial impact of the continued closure of racing entertainment centres is being assessed and a special meeting of the board has been called for next week.

Horse Racing Alberta has a strategy to work with different levels of government and continues to stress the importance of racing on the provincial economy.
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