Her latest trip spanned seven weeks in Thailand and yes, she even managed to sneak in a day at the horse races.
In this week’s report, trainer Don MacRae and jockey Slade Jones discuss their 2022 seasons and hopes for 2023.
In this week’s report, trainer Darwin Banach and jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson talk about the 2022 and 2023 Woodbine seasons.
Trainer Gail Cox and jockey David Moran look back on the 2022 campaign and ahead to the upcoming 2023 Woodbine season.
Focus on Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame trainer Josie Carroll and Rafael Hernandez, who won 135 races in 2022.
This week, Woodbine turns the spotlight on trainer Steven Chircop and jockey Sahin Civaci as they prepare for the 2023 racing season.
One of Mexico’s leading jockeys is looking forward to his second season and first full campaign at Woodbine.
A look at some of the stand-out fines and suspensions levied at Canada’s five major Thoroughbred tracks in 2022.
Director Scott Trapasso wanted to pay homage to the past but also create excitement for the future with his 'Once Again, The King’s Plate' video.
Female jockeys are beginning to get the recognition they deserve due to a never say die attitude. Like the tenacious stallions they ride, these female jockeys are taking giant strides in drawing attention to Ontario Casinos.
This 20-year-old apprentice from a racing family has been on fire, racking up four wins since her debut in October at Woodbine.
You should know these nine famous female jockeys of all time and their great exploits over the years in horse racing.
This enduring veteran of the sport talks about his lengthy career, the good horses he's ridden, and what keeps him going.
Current whip regulations in this country vary from track to track; will Canada follow suit when all U.S. tracks use the same crop rules?
Leading Woodbine rider Kazushi Kimura answers some fun questions and provides a unique perspective into his personality.
The Irishman and his family relocated to Canada in 2011 and since then Moran has guided horses to multiple graded stakes victories.
The Sovereign and Eclipse Award winner and first woman to win the Queen's Plate also has a penchant for terrorizing fellow jockeys.
How a skinny teenage kid from Barbados ended up coming to Woodbine and going further than he had ever envisioned.
While riders at Woodbine argue they haven't had a pay increase in 20 years, it's not fair to compare Ontario rates to the US or western tracks.
Each week until opening day of the 2022 Woodbine Thoroughbred meet, a familiar name in the sport will be in the spotlight.
One of Woodbine's top jocks, who rode Starship Jubilee to victory in the 2020 Woodbine Mile, answers 5 fun questions as part of a new series.
His 2021 Woodbine campaign saw him leading the meet with 138 wins and topping the earnings chart with $6,360,203.
As the newly-appointed executive director of the JBAC, negotiating jockey fees is one of the tasks at the forefront of his job duties.
Perspectives from Diane Crump, racing’s first female rider, on the unshakeable faith that guided her through the front pages and front lines.
Fifty years later, former jockey Robin Platts and wife Deb celebrate their golden anniversary at Woodbine, where he asked her to marry him.
The jockey from Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, has already had a hot start, including a win in the Plate Trial Stakes aboard Avoman.
2013 Sovereign Award Winner Skye Chernetz reflects on the highs, lows and challenges of the past nine years.
His first mount of the 2021 Woodbine season wasn’t a winning one, but for this relatively new jock on the block, it was a good start.
The discussion over the excessive use of whips ‒ or their use at all ‒ in the sport of horse racing has long been a contentious issue.
It has been a long road to today's formulas and incentives to encourage fairness in the sport and protect the welfare of the jockeys.
University of Kentucky Sports Medicine Research Institute is examining jockey performance and the impact of fatigue, weight loss, and more.
The blow-by-blow report of an infamous and ferocious stretch skirmish between jockeys Don Meade and Herb Fisher in the 1933 Kentucky Derby.
With a 40-year career in the irons, this enduring jock is one of several veteran riders who defy the odds in this punishing career.
Born in Melfort, SK, Jennifer Reid is the ultimate competitor, a rider that continues to enjoy every opportunity she’s given.