Stakes winner Miss Prospector heads the featured race on the second day of the 2021 Hastings meeting, May 10.
BC track is the first to open up for Thoroughbred racing this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on in Canada.
Monday, May 3rd card of seven races begins the season which is scheduled for 50 days, but purse money available for just 25 days currently.
Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds' homebred by Stay Thirsty was undefeated in 2020 for trainer Christine Ammann, who won some awards of her own.
Nominees include 13 candidates for Horse of the Year; actual awards will be presented to winners once pandemic restrictions allow.
The British Columbia Horse Racing Industry Management Committee has proposed 51 racing dates for 2021 with backstretch opening Feb. 5.
Sovereign Award champion mare of 2019 Here's Hannah all guts in Delta Colleen victory on stakes-packed final day of track's meeting.
Turf racing dominated Woodbine last week, several trainers grab their first 2020 wins and Alberta's biggest race comes up this weekend.
Poor air quality in the Vancouver area Sunday led to the Sunday race card at Hastings Racecourse to be postponed until Thursday.
Tod Mountain Stable take the feature with favourite Stay Fantastic, and one other win on the day moves the outfit to just two behind in the owner standings.
"The Queen of Hastings”, Canada’s 2019 Sovereign Award winner Here’s Hannah added another jewel to her crown Sunday afternoon at Hastings.