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TheStable.ca hosting Christmas Open House

10:06 AM 19 Nov 2019 NZDT
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Guests meet First Glance at the 2018 Christmas Open House
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Tomiko Training Center: site of the Open House
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GUELPH, ON -- Horse racing's fastest-growing fractional ownership stable is hosting its annual Christmas Open House on Sunday, December 15.

TheStable.ca welcomes clients and newcomers of all ages to Tomiko Training Centre (210 Campbellville Rd., Hamilton) to drop-in any time from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The event is free but an RSVP is requested. Those who RSVP online will be eligible to enter a draw to win a 1% share of their favourite horse with free bills for one year (conditions apply).

During the Open House, guests are invited to meet the horses of TheStable.ca and chat with founders Anthony and Amy MacDonald, their staff, clients, and industry professionals.

During each Christmas Open House, TheStable.ca raises money for a local charity; this year the company is collecting non-perishable food items to donate to the Guelph Food Bank. Supporters can also donate funds online directly to the food bank.

The Open House will showcase many of the engaging features of TheStable.ca, including its bi-weekly live streaming video broadcasts of the horses in training. Visitors can also explore the barns on their own or register for a guided tour (spots are limited).

The Open House broadcast kicks off at 10:00 a.m. EST when the yearlings will train in sets on the racetrack. TV commentators preview the horses' pedigrees. The broadcast will include live commentary, interviews and video features and will be live streamed at TheStable.ca.

A catalogue will be available on The Stable.ca website on December 13, detailing all horses for which fractions are available for purchase. The catalogue will include a schedule of when each horse will be showcased on the broadcast during the Open House.

Onsite purchasing will be available for horses and merchandise. Payment can be made with credit card, PayPal, cash, cheque and e-transfer.

The facility offers a heated viewing area with limited seating. Hot and cold drinks will be sold and lunch is also available to purchase.

by Kelly Spencer, for TheStable.ca

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