John Burness (Brnjas) of Colebrook Farms speaks about the state of Ontario’s breeding industry, and how important it is to have its own horse population.
A look at how local media covered the end of Thoroughbred racing at Northlands Park, after 118 years. In the end, the Edmonton track went out with a bang.
Ray Paulick says racing – especially horse owners – will have a tough time convincing politicians it deserves a piece of the action from sports gambling.
A look at the history of the Manitoba Derby, which just celebrated its platinum edition at Assiniboia Downs, with the 70th running on August 6th.
Assiniboia Downs will have a new and dynamic element to its live racing this year and it’s attracting more horses than usual to the prairie track.
“Brandenburg,” a Thoroughbred mistakenly thought to be bred by Windfields Farm is living the life with two families at the CAM Equestrian Centre.
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.