One of Woodbine's most popular stars will try to stay unbeaten this year with a win in the Kennedy Road Stakes on Saturday.
The homebred mare for 3 Sons Racing is the first winner for Hall of Fame trainer Robert Tiller for the 2023 season.
There are less than two months before the opening of the 2022 Woodbine racing season, the first one set to begin on time in two years.
Canada's darling and one of the country's all-time top sprinters surged to a thrilling win in the Grade 2 Kennedy Road in his final race.
The great Canadian sprinter will be retired to LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society's farm in Hillsburgh, ON following his final race.
Canadian hero has made a friend in jockey Rafael Hernandez and the pair have an easy task in Woodbine's weekend feature race.
Woodbine had to cancel its September 23rd card due to heavy rain on the Tapeta, but two stakes races on Saturday are good to go.
Sunday at Woodbine, all eyes will be on 9-year-old Pink Lloyd, while Derzkii takes on six in the Woodstock Stakes.
Dale Romans on QP prospect Smiley Sobotka; Robert Tiller talks Pink Lloyd and other stable stars; and more.
The remarkable 8-year-old Woodbine hero Pink Lloyd set another milestone in a fast victory in his 4th Vigil Stakes win at Woodbine.
The eight-year-old faces 8 rivals and looks to boost his earnings to $2 million, as post times for Friday and Saturday are shifted to 12:50.
And Queen's Plate contenders were in action with Olliemyboy and Tecumseh's War posting good efforts as Sept. 12 classic nears.
Champion Pinkie perks up another Thursday afternoon at Woodbine with his 21st stakes win as he nears $2 million in earnings.
The eight-year-old gelding boasts 23 wins from 28 starts lifetime with purse earnings over $1.8 million and is currently riding a seven-race win streak.
Three-time champion sprinter returns as an 8-year-old and surges to 2-length win in Grade 3 for his 23rd career victory on June 25.