Ontario owners can once again use Sales Credits earned through Ontario Racing’s TIP to support their Yearling Sale purchases.
Young horses need highly-concentrated nutrients from high-quality hay and/or pasture, commercial feeds and ration balancers.
With the King's Plate looming, Tony Romanelli shares the story of a horse named Fuzzer who will be running in Canada's oldest race on August 20th.
The three-year-old Reload gelding's undefeated season continues with four wins including the first two legs of the Ontario Sires Heritage Series.
Thanks to Ontario Racing’s TIP awards, breeder Ericka Rusnak has continued to profit from the son of Society’s Chairman successes.
A study at WCVM could influence how breeders and veterinarians manage equine abortions, and warn the disease can be a threat to humans.
Some leading breeders detail their regimens for ensuring their stallions are healthy and ready for the rigours of the breeding season.
Colin Davis did his homework to form a small broodmare band and launch his racing career with his Apricot Valley Thoroughbreds.
We look at what could have identified some top horses early on as promising prospects, and putting all the parts of the puzzle together.
Analyzing statistics and pedigrees can identify certain bloodlines that produce the highest probability of successful foals.
Hot sire Frac Daddy produced back-to-back debut victories for Quiet Intent and Quiet Sunday for last year's Woodbine Mile winning trainer.
While pedigree, conformation and health are key components, a modicum of luck comes into play when choosing future racing stars.
The province's various attractive breeding and racing programs support breeders and owners at all levels of racing.
The Minkster sold for $39,853 as a yearling at the 2020 CTHS Sale and the Hyka brothers continue to benefit from OR’s TIP Breeders Awards.
A $7,000 yearling purchase in 2020, Ironstone has taken the family and trainer William Armata on the ride of a lifetime.