Northville Downs, which is celebrating 100 years of live racing, has four remaining nights of live horse racing in 2018: September 14-15, and 21-22 (Friday and Saturday nights).  With Hazel Park Raceway having closed, Northville Downs is the only remaining live horse racing track facility in Michigan. Earlier this year, Northville Downs announced that the real estate where it is located has been sold, and that the track will be moving to a new (yet unannounced) location after the year 2020 racing season. In addition to live racing, the track hosts simulcast wagering (on other tracks around the country) on a daily basis.

Last weekend, the National Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association held its 33rdAnnual National Awards Dinner.  At the event Lisa Campbell was awarded with the Michigan State Breeder of the Year Award.  Ms. Campbell is a member of the Board of Directors of the Michigan Horsemen's Benevolent & Protective Association.


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