Former groom, farm manager and magazine editor T. Lawrence Davis has penned an exciting murder mystery set in the world of horseracing.
While modern horse racing regulations are becoming increasingly tough, there are prominent memories of scandals throughout history.
The group continued to build momentum during sales season, picking up four yearlings including a Souper Speedy filly at the CTHS sale.
Since its inception over a decade ago, this unique training facility has been giving young riders a taste of the excitement of race riding.
Mike Langlois Reflects on his King's Plate win with Paramount Prince in just his 14th start as an owner with his second Thoroughbred.
Ontario owners can once again use Sales Credits earned through Ontario Racing’s TIP to support their Yearling Sale purchases.
The Sandhu family business located at the former Ballycroy farm offers a wide range of services from breaking and training to foaling.
A look at recent issues and upgrades at the 65-year-old racetrack in Manitoba as the biggest day of the 2023 meet approaches.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program prepares students for horse-related jobs and encourages businesses to sign on with wage incentives.
Woodbine Racetrack has earned its place in Canadian history and will continue to be a vital part of the racing industry for years to come.
While the job is exciting, it is also dangerous, fickle and stressful, and jocks are deserving of the support afforded other pro athletes.
Horse racing is full of highs and lows, but the ownership group Geaux Racing are ensuring a good future for their beloved racehorse.
“Any time I’m around a horse, I’m happy” says the University of Guelph student of her very special intern placement.
The young Ukrainian had some preconceived notions about racing, but is now an enthusiastic student of the Thoroughbred game.
A look at the early mornings and busy days of these important backstretch workers who keep their Thoroughbreds charges racing fit.