John LeBlanc Jr. shares memories of his first Woodbine win, jockey Leo Salles is looking to have a big year, plus Ones To Watch.
News on some Canadian-based horses and people who are in action south of the border early in the new year, 2021.
Ontario's biggest stallion station with a large racing stable to match had a good day Dec. 19; plus more racing, stakes news.
Exceed, a colt bred by the owner and breeder of Ami's Holiday, won his maiden July 26 for Colebrook Farms which stands the stallion.
Benjamin Hutzel, the owner and breeder of Passion for Action standing at Colebrook Farms, has waived the 2020 stud fees for his stallion.
Breeding contract fees for Ontario sires Perfect Timber and Danish Dynaformer, standing at Colebrook Farms, will be waived.
Stallions, breeding mares and foals arriving at Canadian farms, which keep human numbers in one area to a minimum and sanitizing to the max.
Canadian-owned Clear Destination entered in Grade 3 Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream on Saturday for Colebrook Farms, John Burness
Manitoba's Barry Arnason purchases multiple winner by Tiznow, Conquest Tizfire; other buyers include Spring Farm and Colebrook.
The latest Grade 1 winner to be born in Canada is Hard Not to Love who has been expertly loved and cared for to realize her potential
Colebrook Farms, Peter Redekop, Windways and others from Canada buy mares as the large sale has reached seven sessions in Lexington.