20 Dec Viva Lloydminster! Gold Horse Casino opening ceremony held in Lloydminster, SK
December 20, 2018 – Lloydminster, SK – The Border Tribal Council, the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA), and Little Pine First Nation held a ribbon cutting and soft opening event today to celebrate the opening of SIGA’s newest entertainment destination: Gold Horse Casino (GHC).
The more than 49,000 square foot full-service casino is SIGA’s seventh casino in the province. It features a gaming floor with more than 250 of the latest slot machines, 18 electronic table games,
and five live table games. Gold Horse Casino also brings a state-of-the-art event center for live entertainment, banquets and meetings; a bar and grill, and a deli.
Chief Reginald Bellerose, SIGA’s Board Chair, speaks to the collaboration of key partners involved in making this casino a reality.
On behalf of SIGA, we’re thrilled to be opening our seventh entertainment destination in Saskatchewan, a consolidated effort between us and our key partners, the Border Tribal Council, Little Pine First Nation and the City of Lloydminster. This development is an exciting addition to Lloydminster, and one that will benefit our province’s 74 First Nations and the local community.
The land for the development is owned by Little Pine First Nation, which was responsible for the site development. The facility landlord is Border Tribal Council, which leases the casino property
to SIGA, which, in turn, is responsible for the casino’s operation.
Zane Hansen expands upon what this newest property means for Lloydminster and area. “This casino will have an immense impact in the local community and surrounding area, as do all
SIGA casinos. Through our operations, we contribute to our local communities by creating jobs, helping drive tourism, supporting local businesses and making a positive impact through community investment and volunteering,” he says, adding “To date, SIGA has invested more than $200,000 in sponsorships in Lloydminster and area.”
The Gold Horse Casino will have its first full day of operations on December 21, 2018, opening at 9 a.m. The casino will be open 17 hours a day, Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 a.m.
(MST), and Thursday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Gold Horse Casino is located at 3910 41st Street in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. For more information and to check out the upcoming live entertainment, please visit
Gold Horse Casino joins SIGA’s family of casinos, which includes Bear Claw Casino & Hotel, Dakota Dunes Casino, Gold Eagle Casino, Living Sky Casino, Northern Lights Casino, and Painted Hand Casino.