It took three trips to Quebec and over a year for Sherry McLean to find Oneexcessivenite and her Spaniard yearling and bring them home to Ontario.
Ray Paulick says gaining an edge is not just a racing problem, and that performance-enhancing drugs have transformed several sports into exercises of chemical superiority.
After 20 years at the Woodbine Entertainment Group, including nearly 10 years as its president, Nick Eaves has announced he is leaving the Toronto company on March 31, 2015.
How much revenue does a track keep from pari-mutuel wagering? It depends on what you wager on and where and how you wager. WEG’s Sean Pinsonneault helps demystify a head-spinning set of equations.
Each time, male jockeys boycotted, refusing to participate in a race that included a woman, the races had to be cancelled.
Finding a winner at a yearling sale isn't easy. Some of the most successful people in the game give one piece of advice for picking out a great horse.
Success hasn’t come easily for Nicky and Norman Wylie, owners and operators of White House Stables, but two B.C. champions are putting them on the map.
Spanky is a very lucky horse.
Trivia about Canada's most famous horse race and a tribute to the late Michael Van Every.
From the bounce theory to the turn-back, here are some ingenious approaches to betting on horses.
Racetracks and breeding programs are thriving in the U.S. because of slots-at-racetrack deals.
For 77 years, Santa Anita Park has had a reputation of grandeur and class among horsemen. One visit to the historic race track will leave you wanting more.
Webb Carroll on Starting up Two-Year-Olds.
Expert strategies on picking a winner when your neighbourhood racing season returns from a winter hiatus.
How can a stay-at-home trainer have their horses ready to battle the invading winter-raced, trained rivals? Find out Robert Tiller's answer.