After surviving the fire that tore through San Luis Rey Downs thoroughbred training center, Belvoir Bay is making her trainer, Peter Miller, proud.
A&A Farms is the latest project for entrepreneurs Andrij and Andrea Brygidyr, and the father and daughter team is having the time of their lives.
The story of a Thoroughbred that was too slow to race, but sure knows how to dance in the dressage ring in his second career with partner Jennifer Moore.
Just before his retirement, Woodbine jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva scored his first win in the Woodbine Mile when he rode Ontario-bred El Tormenta to victory.
Eight-time champion jockey Rico Walcott has returned to the irons with a new outlook on life after having a tumour removed from the front of his brain.
Ole Nielsen’s life-long obsession with horse racing began when we was 12, and has culminated in a victory in the Canadian Derby.
Woodbine’s senior manager of racing operations, Karl Lagerborg, has seen, and loved, it all in 41 years working numerous jobs in the industry.
There was no one quite like Assiniboia Downs’ 12-time leading trainer, Ardell Sayler, who died of heart failure in May at the age of 66.
Owner George Gilbert and leading BC trainer Phil Hall are on fire at Hastings Racecourse thanks mostly to stellar three-year-old filly Summerland.
One Bad Boy made the long trek from California to Toronto and coasted to victory in the 160th Queen’s Plate on a stakes card dominated by Americans.
The CTHS Manitoba Yearling Sale is coming up and the province’s leading Thoroughbred breeder Cam Ziprick is eager to showcase Manitoba-breds to new owners.