Highlights from over the years
In its glory days, Windfields Farm in Oshawa, Ontario, was rich with some of the bluest blooded thoroughbreds in the world.
Louis Cauz tells us about Queen's Plate starter Rockspring who went to war.
Nicole Kitchener investigates how each betting dollar is divided at three Canadian tracks and in two U.S. jurisdictions.
Former Woodbine publicist Bruce Walker recounts the year of the birth of Canada's greatest horse, Northern Dancer
Canadian Thoroughbred magazine celebrates it 50th anniversary in 2011 and throughout this year some of the biggest moments have been re-visited.
A thoroughbred syndicate is essentially a partnership formed to carry on a business; in this case the ownership of one or more racehorses.