Four exciting races featuring Canadian Premier Yearling Sale graduates take place in the run-up to the CTHS 2023 sale on August 30th.
The 1 1/8-mile Tapeta event for Canadian-foaled 2-year-olds is a significant race on the road to the Queen’s Plate.
Canada's head of state, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II visited Woodbine four times for the Queen's Plate, making lasting memories.
Moira is tabbed as the 5-2 morning-line favourite as 11 will vie for Plate honours on a stakes-filled Sunday card of racing at Woodbine.
Sunday at Woodbine featured multiple graded stakes, inquiries, invading winners and some longshot surprises.
A talented field of 14 contest the Grade 2 Connaught Cup over the E.P. Taylor Turf on Saturday at Woodbine.
This well-known Alberta Thoroughbred racing supporter was a stalwart owner, breeder and restaurateur for many decades.
The August 31 auction has yearlings by 67 stallions and will be held at the Woodbine sales pavilion on the south side of the racetrack.
One track from each province will be featured in the racing picks section of Canadian Thoroughbred, providing selections and some comments.
Queen's Plate-winning trainer John Cardella and graded stakes-winning conditioner John MacKenzie were successful horsemen.
There are 100 Canadian-bred 3-year-olds nominated to the 2022 Canadian Triple Crown which begins with the 163rd Queen's Plate.
There are 40 graded stakes races scheduled to run in Canada, down one from a year ago, that being the Grade 1 Canadian International.
Year two of the COVID-19 pandemic once again hung over the world and racing in this country struggled, but also had many great stories.
News from tracks across the country as racing people and breeders try to stay afloat following two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The three-year-old filly will be making her North American racing debut in this Sunday’s Grade 1 $600,000 E.P. Taylor Stakes at Woodbine.