In this annual statistical review of the Canadian Thoroughbred, Ray Paulick highlights some interesting facts from horse racing past and present.
Ray Paulick recounts the conspiracy theories he’s heard about stewards or placing judges who are “out to get” the downtrodden horseplayer.
Inbreeding to Northern Dancer has become more frequent. In 2018, in particular, we have seen an explosion of multiple linebreeding to Northern Dancer.
Seven years after the cancellation of the Slots at Racetracks Program, HBPA president Sue Leslie is still trying to lead the industry to a better place.
How breeder awards and incentives can help bolster the Ontario horse racing industry’s supply chain to improve the horse population.
Ray Paulick says racetracks of the 21st Century will bear little resemblance to old tracks, with big grandstands and sprawling parking lots.
The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (CTHS) provides a quick review of the process for how to register a Thoroughbred foal in Canada.
Manfred and Penny Conrad of Waterloo, ON are ecstatic after winning the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint with Shamrock Rose.
Acquiring Sky Promise was pretty much a shot in the dark. Find out how trainer Robertino Diodoro’s $40,000 claim became champion of the west.
A director at the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency said she doesn’t expect hair testing to be adopted in Canadian horse racing any time soon.
Forty-one of 50 U.S. states have made dog racing illegal, Florida being the latest and most important state to do so. Is horse racing next?