The race is on to keep Edmonton oval’s future on-track.
Richard Hamel, Shannon Beauregard and Jesse Campbell take readers inside the jockeys’ rooms at Hastings Park, Northlands Park and Woodbine Racetrack.
In 2015, according to Equibase, there were 5,909 trainers in North America who saddled at least one starter. Keep reading to learn about the financial side.
In this article Ray Paulick talks the about separation of the casino business from the racing business, and trends in horse racing.
Reductions the Woodbine Entertainment Group has made to the Ontario Sire bonus program have raised the ire of most of the province’s breeders.
Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield said there appears to be considerable merit to the idea of racing the opposite direction on Woodbine’s famed E.P. Taylor Turf Course.
Should I stay or should I go? Staying put or sunny climes for horses over the winter.
Versatility, speed and stamina up for grabs with some of the new stallions in Canada for 2016.
Paralyzed Jockey Alyssa Selman is overwhelmed by new wheelchair-accessible home.
There’s lots of work to be done to bring Saskatchewan’s equine and racing industries in line with other industries of similar size and with other jurisdictions in the province’s agriculture sector.
Ray Paulick asks: what can we learn from the Hong Kong Jockey Club's approach?
Jockey Ryan Moore won his third straight Pattison Canadian International at Woodbine and also won the E.P. Taylor Stakes, making him the first rider since 1998 to win both stakes in the same year.
A stirring stretch run by Irish-bred Mondialiste spelled victory in the Woodbine Mile.
On Aug. 5 at the Mississauga Convention Centre, five thoroughbred legends were officially inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame.
Anthony Esposito, Neal Wilson and Ron Burke take you inside the world of Woodbine jockey agents.