Day At The Track

Breakfast Television Broadcast on horse ownership

09:20 AM 22 Aug 2019 NZST
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(left to right) Anthony MacDonald, President of, BT Live Eye host Nicole Servinis, Rooney Blue Chip and his caretaker Cindy Acton, James Traynor, client of
BT Live Eye host Nicole Servinis jogs Rooney Blue Chip, accompanied by Anthony MacDonald, President of

GUELPH, ON -- CityTV's Breakfast Television (BT) Toronto reported live-on-location from Tomiko Training Centre on Wednesday morning to explore fractional racehorse ownership with and Ontario Racing.

BT Live Eye host Nicole Servinis presented four segments from the Puslinch, ON training centre (base operations for during the national broadcast.

The spots included conversations with Ontario Racing's John Siscos about the importance of horse racing in the province's rural economy; Lunch n Learn facilitator Elissa Blowe spoke about the program's mandate to educate groups about racehorse ownership; President Anthony MacDonald discussed the evolution of his business to become the largest harness racing stable in Canada; client James Traynor explained the benefits of owning small fractions of Standardbred racehorses.

Servinis made her on-track debut in a double-seated jog cart accompanied by MacDonald as the pair drove two-year-old trotter Rooney Blue Chip. is hosting an Open Barn on Saturday, August 24 at Tomiko Training Centre. The event provides guided tours of the barns, introductions to some of the 60 horses onsite, and an introduction to fractional Standardbred racehorse ownership. Admission is free but an RSVP is required:

Ontario Racing offers free Lunch n Learn sessions about racehorse ownership, hosted by Elissa Blowe, suitable for groups of all types and sizes :

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by Kelly Spencer, for The Stable


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