Despite a constant clamour for a horse racing commissioner to cure all of the sport’s ills, experts weigh in on why it’s not feasible.
The Jockey Club of the United States is considering setting a cap on the number of mares that can be bred per stallion during a calendar year.
The battle between Chief Know It All and Double Bear, over the 2017 Canadian Derby result, continues to rage on off the track two years later.
Ontario-bred Tone Broke asserted himself as the country’s top 3-year-old with convincing wins in two-thirds of the Canadian Triple Crown series.
Century Mile’s plan is to bring back the past while at the same time heading into the future of Thoroughbred racing in Edmonton.
The newly built Century Mile marks a turnaround in Alberta’s horse racing industry. General manager, Paul Ryneveld, shares some secrets to the success.
Trainer Reade Baker discusses the finer points of purchasing Thoroughbred yearlings, from conformation and pedigree to pre-purchase exams.
While horse racing will always contain an element of risk, it is crucial that the industry do everything possible to make the sport as safe as possible.
Thoroughbred breeder Ivan Dalos, founder of Tall Oaks Farm, says he is concerned about the future of breeding in Ontario and offers his solution.
The Manitoba-bred mare Escape Clause, the 2018 Sovereign Award winning Champion Older Mare, has her sights set on a Breeders’ Cup win.
John Hayes, chair of Ontario Racing, says OR wants to work with the CTHS and thoroughbred breeders for the betterment of the industry.