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JULY 2018 THE RIDER /27


Q.R.O.O.I: 11 Harwood Avenue South, Suite 202, Ajax, Ontario L1S 2B9 Telephone: (905) 426-7050 • Fax: (905) 426-7093 Email: qrooiheadoffice@gmail.com


www.qrooi.com


PRESIDENT


Bob Broadstock 18101 Cedardale Road, Nestleton, Ontario L0B 1L0 (905) 986-0044 email: bob_broadstock@hotmail.com


VICE-PRESIDENT


Erik Lehtinen RR #2, Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R2 (905) 852-5245


Greg Watson 785 Hwy 7A, Bethany, ON L0A 1A0 (705) 277-0248


Chantelle Bourgeois - 416-985-7046 Chantelle.Bourgeois@t4g.com


Ralph Pearson - 905-243-4501 ralphpearson@bellnet.ca


Dr. Gayle Sommer P.O. Box 91, Leaskdale, ON L0C 1C0 (647) 999-6554


Quarter Racers


Congratulate Doug Ford and


NewAjax MPP Rod Phillips onWin


Phillips have demonstrated a strong commitment to protecting the quar- ter horse racing industry in Ontario and we will be pleased to work with them to protect Ajax Downs and en- sure this important component of our rural economy can grow again,” said Bob Broadstock, President of the Quarter Racing Owners of On- tario Inc. (QROOI) Quarter racing has faced an un-


Ajax — Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario Inc. is congratulating Doug Ford on his party’s election win last night and welcomes new Ajax MPP, Rod Phillips. “Both Doug Ford and Rod


Bryanne Sheppard 749 Waite Road, Pontypool, ON L0A 1K0


certain future, following the Liberals plans to close Ajax Downs when a casino at Durham Live! is built sometime in the future. Supporters of quarter racing worked hard to make sure voters in area ridings knew that the Ontario Liberals had abandoned the 1,700 jobs that rely on quarter horse racing continuing, and to make sure that Ajax voters knew almost $8 million dollars of revenue sharing for the town was at stake because of the past govern- ment’s decision. Rod Phillips and Doug Ford


and not much time to do it, but the future can be bright for quarter horse racing in Ontario, providing OLG and Great Canadian Gaming come to the table with the new govern- ment, the track owners and quarter horsemen, Broadstock added.


slots at racetracks program creates another opportunity to protect Ajax Downs, absent of an agreement to with Great Canadian Gaming to keep Casino Ajax open. “We’ve got a lot of work to do,


each expressed support for maintain- ing Casino Ajax, which is necessary for Ajax Downs to remain viable for quarter racing, during the campaign. The announcement to restore


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