Here's where we juxtapose.
"The one point that I want to discuss is your future and what it depends on," Buchanan said. "It is more than about the money, it is
about the customer. And today we had some serious horseplayers in the
audience… they are your customers, they are your future… your future
depends on how many people are coming to the track and how many people
are coming to the track and betting… The government is going to support
you based on how many customers you have and how much money they
[wager], so that's your future… Everyone, collectively, has to think
about how you attract bettors and customers to the track and regain
interest in the industry."
Buchanan went on, adding, "I said this yesterday: two years ago if we
had one of these (industry consultation sessions) I don't think we
would have heard 'customer' or 'horseplayer' mentioned. It would have
just been about how much money there was and how we were going to divide
Horse racing Ontario commission chair in 2013.
HANA presser here.
Enjoy your Friday Breeders' Cup day everyone. Well, except in Canada where, of course, the "focus is on the customer".
Sinking marketing money directly into the horseplayer by seeding pools is effective, in both theory and practice In Ontario and elsewher...
One of life's many mysteries on gambling twitter is the Jackpot Bet. Oftentimes people like @shottakingtime, echoed by others, will pos...
Yesterday we wrote about some (many?) inside the business who don't quite understand what we bettors do each day to try and scratch som...
Innovation and horse racing. Put together, the two of them elicit feverish reaction in this sport. One one side you have the customers, alon...
The pandemic and resulting discombobulation has certainly thrown things out of whack in horse racing, and some narratives are being turned o...
Last evening Woodbine cards - both Thoroughbred and harness - were televised on Canada's largest sports network, TSN. From inside the sp...