What’s happening in Kentucky is being watched by Canadian tracks which could eventually follow suit if the breakage laws change.
Some tips regarding where to look, what to look for, and other important considerations when choosing a broodmare prospect.
The success of Ontario Jockey Club Stakes winner Mason's Gamble is a story of camaraderie and shared dreams.
These restricted races are considered an attractive incentive to buy at the sales, and an important stepping-stone to larger events.
While racing in Canada falls under different jurisdictions, Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act should be of interest nonetheless.
Owner-breeders Sean and Dorothy Fitzhenry choose horse names with a special meaning to them, from song lyrics to SCTV characters.
Woodbine Entertainment's new CCO is dedicated to finding new ways to lead the industry and welcome the public to the sport.
Home to Ted Burnett's Josham Farms Limited and Yvonne Schwabe Thoroughbreds, this stable continues to produce top-quality athletes.
Imagine being told that you couldn't bet more than 90 cents on a triactor. Impossible? No, it happens more often than you might think to winners.
Current whip regulations in this country vary from track to track; will Canada follow suit when all U.S. tracks use the same crop rules?
The OEEEP courses are free and the program matches enthusiastic graduates with busy equine businesses – plus attractive financial incentives.
Katie Larsen's rehoming business has hit its stride, helping former track stars embark upon the next chapters of their lives.
An affordable, fun, low-risk way to buy into the exciting experience of Thoroughbred racehorse ownership in Canada.
The weekly report catches up with trainers Santino Di Paola and Francine Villeneuve to talk about last year's campaigns and 2022 plans.
Chris Blake, who has been leasing stallions to stand at his Ascot Stud Farm for more than 15 years, provides some insight.