Wrapping up the Canadian racing season with a recap of handicapping tips to carry you over the winter and beyond...
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.
In the final race card of the season you handicap differently – not for class, instead you look for “gameness.”
You can learn a lot about how things are shaking out on the day; this just might become your favourite handicapping angle.
If you had heeded Mike Welsch's advice and included Blue Stripe in your Breeders’ Cup Distaff ticket, you may have done the happy dance.
A nw2L case in point at Woodbine on Saturday: when the horse looks logical, but most of the time the logical horse doesn’t win.
Computing fractions may be tough to wrap your brain around - but the horses with the best closing fractions comprised the trifecta.
While it's not possible to watch all the racing all the time (especially when beautiful weather is beckoning) Sunday at Woodbine was the wrong one to miss.
The truth is, the nw2L condition usually doesn’t lend itself to logic, so save your brainpower for other race conditions.
The handicapping 'rule' for big turf stakes events continues to apply, so use it to your advantage in upcoming races.
Historically, horses haven’t transitioned well from the synthetic surface at Woodbine to the dirt surface at Fort Erie.
While nothing works all the time, here are a few examples of horses with the highest speed numbers who won recently at this distance.
Hot sire Frac Daddy produced back-to-back debut victories for Quiet Intent and Quiet Sunday for last year's Woodbine Mile winning trainer.
The best betting outcome is often not thanks to the winner; here's how to spot the serial 2nd through 4th-place finishers.
The province's various attractive breeding and racing programs support breeders and owners at all levels of racing.