This week, 17-year-old owner Joshua Attard talks about his Plate hopeful, Silent Poet readies for his Woodbine campaign, plus much more.
A collection of stakes races on Oct. 18 included the Grade 1 E.P. Taylor and Northern Dancer, but the popular race was the Nearctic.
100 was a significant number for some while the dense heat and humidity finally began to fade. Those of note last week were jockey Luis Contreras and 3 Sons.
The Ontario-bred from Stronach Stables won his second graded stakes race on turf July 11 for trainer Nick Gonzalez; son of Silent Name (Jpn).
Recapping the 3rd day of the Woodbine season, honouring a lost member of the Woodbine backstretch family and the return of Bad Boy.
Stronach Stables’ homebred Silent Poet comes into the biggest race of his career, the Grade 1 $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile, at the top of his game.
Stronach Stables’ homebred Silent Poet turned in a track record performance when winning the $175,000 Play The King Stakes at Woodbine.
Stronach Stables’ homebred Silent Poet goes for his first graded crown in Saturday’s Grade 2 $175,000 Play the King Stakes, at Woodbine.
Silent Poet seeks his third straight trip to the winner’s circle when he takes on eight rivals in Saturday’s $100,000 Overskate Stakes at Woodbine.
Silent Poet, favoured at 7-5, scored by a measured length in Sunday’s $100,000 Vice Regent Stakes for Ontario-sired three-year-olds at Woodbine.