The former jockey from Trinidad started RDP Pony Services at Woodbine in 2021, providing the services of these hardworking heroes of the racetrack.
In this exclusive excerpt from Curtis Stock's new book, a young Ron Turcotte and his buddie Reggie Pelletier desperately comb Toronto for work.
Despite a cancer diagnosis, a serious injury and the loss of a top owner, this jockey-turned-trainer isn’t throwing in the towel just yet.
The Thoroughbred groom has been in the business for over two decades and encourages anyone with an affinity for horses to get in the game.
HBPA president Sue Leslie discusses the newly-signed two-year agreement which sees four fewer race dates in 2024.
Friends and family remember the incredible contribution Todd made to racing in British Columbia, in a multitude of ways.
In this week’s report, trainer Don MacRae and jockey Slade Jones discuss their 2022 seasons and hopes for 2023.
The 80-year-old Alberta-based horseman has been training Thoroughbreds since the 1960s and *might* be thinking about retiring.
His family-owned homebred Poulin in O T, a three-year-old son of Reload, is the cause of much excitement for the upcoming season.
Focus on Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame trainer Josie Carroll and Rafael Hernandez, who won 135 races in 2022.
Krista developed Candy Overload, the Ontario-bred son of local stallion Reload, from a yearling into a graded stakes-placed sprinter.
Woodbine Communications spotlights Woodbine-based horses and horse people ahead of the 2023 racing season.
David and Ann Muscat entered into racehorse ownership by chance but were quickly hooked, thanks to Lobby Bar's success.
The Langlois family has strong, longtime ties with Jamie Attard, which has resulted in an exciting journey of horse ownership.
Colin Davis did his homework to form a small broodmare band and launch his racing career with his Apricot Valley Thoroughbreds.