In March 2019, the AGCO adjusted the expiry date for all individual Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing licences to fall on the licensee’s or applicant’s birthdate.

On March 18, 2020 the AGCO announced that, in light of the extraordinary measures being taken by the Government of Ontario to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, it would extend the term of all Horseperson licences for one year. Also, given the seasonal nature of horse racing, Horseperson licences (including stables and partnerships) that have expired within the last six months will also be renewed for one year, subject to any rulings or other regulatory requirements. For more information, visit AGCO will extend the term of your active licence, authorization and/or registration.

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