Ho hum ... 38-1 shot Gus's Gamble won the most chaotic race condition to take down the $26K Power Pick 6 pool.
Mike Langlois Reflects on his King's Plate win with Paramount Prince in just his 14th start as an owner with his second Thoroughbred.
The excitement and emotion behind the scenes was captured by Hayley Morrison on Canadian racing's biggest day at Woodbine Racetrack.
If a horse gets a clear, unchallenged lead, it has a great possibility of winning — and so it was for Paramount Prince.
Maybe the best way to tackle this year’s Plate is to go with the obvious – but also take a shot at the less obvious.
Thirty years ago, a soap opera revolved around a Canadian Triple Crown champion, a prep race and a jockey's casual comments.
How to use horses that tend to finish underneath, and why the 75th Manitoba Derby at Assiniboia Downs was a memorable one.
The 75th Manitoba Derby features a mandatory payout of an estimated $2 million pick-5 jackpot – here's how you might snag that.
The three-year-old Reload gelding's undefeated season continues with four wins including the first two legs of the Ontario Sires Heritage Series.
Why Jerry Gourneau’s horses were scratched at ASD for three days, and how it affected handicapping the three race cards.
Half of the eight races that day were written for non-winners of two races lifetime (nw2L) where just about anything can happen.
Alf Bavington guided E.P. Taylor’s Major Factor to victory in the 92nd (and final) running of the King’s Plate at Woodbine Park.
HBPA president Sue Leslie discusses the newly-signed two-year agreement which sees four fewer race dates in 2024.
Consistency and quality of racing top the list - plus Canada’s leading rider, Kazushi Kimura, debuts at the southern California track today.
Wrapping up the Canadian racing season with a recap of handicapping tips to carry you over the winter and beyond...