Breeder of Eclipse Award champion Maryfield, Mike Carroll raised dozens of top class horses including the 2021 Queen's Plate winner.
Lady Speightspeare blows turn while Queen's Plate winner Safe Conduct is out-paced in Gulfstream stakes.
Wellspring Stables' top colt has not raced since getting bogged down in the Breeders' Stakes and seeks firmer grass in New York.
The door is wide open for the Sovereign Award for Champion 3-year-old colt in Canada should Safe Conduct not make his third required start.
Trainer Phil Serpe believes she holds the key to victory in the $400,000 Breeders’ Stakes on Sunday at Woodbine.
A full field of 12 has been entered for the third jewel of Canada's Triple Crown on Oct. 3 including Queen's Plate winner Safe Conduct.
With Plate winner Safe Conduct awaiting the Breeders' Stakes, a number of Plate starters will get a chance to do better on dirt.
Dr. Robert Vukovich's Canadian-bred colt will prepare for the October 3 Breeders' Stakes at Woodbine at 1 1/2 miles on turf.
New York trainer talks about Dr. Robert Vukovich's Safe Conduct, the large colt who was plucked from a breeding sale as a weanling.
New York-based Ontario-bred makes a victorious return to his home province, fulfilling a lifelong dream for Toronto breeder Mitchell Kursner.
Worlds collided August 19 when the 2-year-old Standardbred trotter Safe Conduct won a division of the Ontario Sires Stakes Gold.
Toronto businessman Mitch Kursner has put together a boutique breeding operation and a colt from his first broodmare is in the Queen's Plate.
The field for the Plate continues to hover around 17 as owners and trainers are set to enter their Canadian-bred 3-year-olds.
The Plate Trial and Woodbine Oaks were held last weekend but did not yield a standout horse for the Queen's Plate.
Saturday features the fillies in two stakes races, the Selene and Fury; on Sunday the boys battle it out in the Marine and Queenston.