Woodbine Mohawk Park has recently changed its health protocol, promoting a healthier and more environmentally friendly experience for guests. Woodbine is one of the first casinos to take these steps in an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and promote better overall health.
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Woodbine Entertainment, Ontario’s leading horse racing company, has announced changes to its health and safety practices at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Participants in the Standardbred horse racing facility who have not yet presented confirmation of complete vaccination will be compelled to do daily quick tests, according to the business.
The corporation previously declared that all employees and horsepeople would be required to produce complete evidence of vaccination when visiting its Ontario estates. Individuals who have not been properly vaccinated must engage in the company’s Enhanced Screen Program in order to receive access to the company’s horse racing facilities.
There will be no further track tests.
All competitors who have not shown full immunization evidence will be forced to perform daily quick testing beginning December 13, 2021, according to Woodbine Entertainment. Before going to the paddock or racing venues, they may do the tests at home and submit the findings online. Rapid testing will no longer be conducted at Woodbine Mohawk Park.
Participants who are required to do quick tests as part of the Enhanced Screening Program will also need rapid testing kits, which come in a box of 25. They are now available for free at Milton’s horse racing facility, but this may change in the future.
If a customer orders a kit, they will get an email with instructions on how to log in and enter their findings. The kits are available at the track’s new paddock security office, which is located close to the entrance where horses are checked in, during race nights. Participants must also display their Woodbine ID badges in order to choose their kits.
To assist with the transition, the firm will continue to operate onsite clinics with paramedics throughout the week of December 13, when the new procedures go into force. Participants will be given information on how to do the tests on their own at home during the clinics.
Changes to the Winter Series
Woodbine Entertainment previously announced the addition of four more events to its Winter Series calendar at Woodbine Mohawk Park. A pair of claiming series for Ontario sired four-year-olds, as well as the Ontario Boys and Ontario Girls events, are among the four new races. The series includes the already well-known Niagara, Valedictory, Blizzard, Snowshoe, Wine & Roses, and Family Day.
The Queen’s Plate is up next.
Last Monday, the coveted CA$1 million annual Queen’s Plate event received an update from the horse racing leader. The 163rd edition of the race is set to take place on Sunday, August 21, 2022, and it will be held in August once again. In addition, the firm wants to organize a 133-day Thoroughbred meet during next year’s racing season.
Harness Link, December 4, 2021, “Vaccination policy amended at Mohawk Park.”