Plate and Woodbine Oaks contenders will be getting some local racing soon as they head towards the August Canadian classics.
July 4th card at Woodbine featured the debut of a potential superstar from Roger Attfield's barn, Charles Fipke's Shirl's Speight.
Coronation Futurity winner Halo Again has returned to Woodbine for Americans Willis Horton and Winchell Farms, trainer Steve Asmussen.
Canadian Hall of Fame trainer Mark Casse carried his winning momentum into Sunday’s 10-race program at Woodbine with victory in the Queenston Stakes.
Some of the top contenders for Canada’s most famous horse race, the Queen’s Plate, will go postward in the $125,000 Queenston Stakes, Sunday at Woodbine.
Yorkton made the fourth start of his season the most memorable of his career, notching his first added-money score in taking Queenston Stakes, at Woodbine.
Conquest Enforcer, racing off a seven-month layoff, boosted his Queen’s Plate credentials with a strong score in Saturday’s $150,000 Queenston Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Mark Casse for owner Conquest Stables, the Into Mischief bay was last seen on October 11 winning the grassy Cup and Saucer Stakes by 6 ¾-lengths over Butterfly Dance and […]
R U Watchingbud, under a determined ride by Emma-Jayne Wilson, nailed Hammerstein in the final stride to capture Saturday’s $150,000 Queenston Stakes, at Woodbine. Owned and trained by John Ross, R U Watchingbud arrived at the seven furlong ‘Poly’ stake for Canadian-bred sophomores from a solid fourth-place effort in a Keeneland allowance tilt while making […]
Sam-Son Farm’s well-bred Speightsong, with Patrick Husbands aboard, made every pole a winning one, taking the featured $150,000, seven furlong Queenston Stakes for Canadian-bred three-year-olds, Saturday at Woodbine. Sent postward a prohibitive 3-5 choice in the six-horse field, Speightsong, a homebred product of Speightstown-Song of the Lark, clicked off fractions of 23.21 and 45.89. Turning […]