Discussing the benefits of the CTHS decision to require all foals born in 2017 and beyond to be implanted with identification microchips.
Lindsey Fex and the thoroughbred Diamond Hunter are one of two Alberta entries heading to the $100,000 Thoroughbred .
A few years after putting her own training stable on hold, Rachel Halden won the Breeders’ Stakes with Garland Williamson’s 26-1 longshot Camp Creek.
The video for Shot of Glory — a song that hit number one — was filmed at Woodbine earlier this year because of David Roberts’ deep love for the sport.
For many who love the sport of horse racing, ownership seems like an impossible dream. But this notion has been turned upside down for 40 lucky Winnipegers.
In the first part of an ongoing series on the challenges facing the Ontario horse racing industry – and possible solutions – Cal Bricker, the senior vice-president of horse racing for the Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) corporation, explains integration and what the future holds for horse racing.
Is exchange wagering a game changer for horse racing?
Longshot filly fends off foes to take top prize.
Sir Dudley Digges was bred heavily for the turf, but also has dirt prowess thanks to Storm Cat from the incomparable Northern Dancer line.
Ray Paulick says traditionalists are going to have to get used to the new face of horse racing.
Twenty-five years ago, Dance Smartly’s first major step toward greatness came with a dominant performance in the 1991 Queen’s Plate.
Allyson, who had grown up in nearby Woodstock, Illinois, said if Jesse was willing to take the chance on moving to Woodbine, she was willing to as well.
Ray Paulick says until we can say with all honesty that we are doing everything possible to make this the safest and most humane sport it can be, horse racing will always remain under the public’s critical microscope and face an uncertain future.
Lyle and Phylis Farkash were presented with the Champion Alberta bred Trophy at the Night of Champions by Alberta Minister of Agriculture and Forestry.
New regulation of horse racing in Ontario transferred to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario from the Ontario Racing Commission. That’s just the beginning of significant changes in store for horse racing in the province said AGCO CEO Jean Major.