Jim Lawson, CEO of the Woodbine Entertainment Group, outlines the future of Woodbine Racetrack now that an expanded casino has been approved.
Evaluating statistics has long played an important role in Thoroughbred racing, but it’s becoming harder to make sense of them from a business standpoint.
Windstrong, a once-promising B.C. racehorse, has found a loving home with Colleen King, thanks to New Stride and now is affectionately known as Gus.
Outgoing CTHS National President, Grant Watson, offers some final thoughts on how the organization is run, as well as its successes and challenges.
New CTHS Ontario President Peter Berringer discusses short- and long-term goals for the organization, starting with regaining the confidence of breeders.
Ray Paulick comments on two recent studies – one on the ability of female jockeys, the other on the anti-bleeding medication furosemide.
Ontario Racing announced on Dec. 14, 2017 that it was undergoing a transformation to attempt to bring all horse racing parties in Ontario together.
A 10-year review of Canada’s leading freshman sires reveals these quick starters have gone on to solidify their place as leading sires in the country.
With impressive facilities, huge crowds and even larger handle, Thoroughbred racing in Hong Kong should be on every racing fan’s Bucket List.
What defines a runner as a true War Horse? These four Canadian examples — still performing at a high level at an advanced age — are a great place to start.
Ray Paulick says that Thoroughbred racing is devoid of national leadership or a structure, which leads to a lack of long-range planning.
Ray Paulick says there’s too much distance between horses and the majority of people living in the modern world, and it’s time to get reacquainted.
It took three years for Pink Lloyd to make it to the races, but the sprinter has made up for lost time with victories in seven straight stakes races.
Racing’s return to Calgary after a nine-year absence is part of a new beginning for thoroughbred racing in western Canada at Century Mile.
Have testing protocols for performance enhancing drugs in horse racing become too precise and are the results being interpreted fairly in Canada?