Ivan Bigg breaks down a stunning superfecta payout on Sunday at Woodbine, and offers tips on how to bet smart on Kentucky Derby day.
Dr. Michael Lindinger, PhD, responds to the article " Why the AGCO Lowered the TCO2 Test Threshold" in order to address a number of issues.
Even though they make up almost 80% of horse racing, there is a strong case for changing, or outright abolishing, them.
Horseperson and racing fan Ruth Schmidt sent CT a letter about last week's Sovereign Award results for Outstanding Trainer.
The steady decline of racing could be reversed during this unprecedented time with proper marketing to target a society starved for competitive sports.
Day Phillips, Attard and Tiller agree doping indictments needed to happen, but industry overwhelmingly made up of honest trainers.
Peter Berringer, currently the President and National Director of CTHS-Ontario, has enjoyed more than 40 years in the racing industry.
Trainer, owner, breeder, simulcast host, bloodstock agent and stakes coordinator Vicki Pappas is one of the most recognizable people in Canadian racing.
Few people have devoted more hours to trying to build a sustainable future for Canada’s thoroughbred industry than Sue Leslie.
Almost 50 years after industrialist Ernie Samuel founded Sam-Son Farm, the thoroughbred operation remains one of the most successful in North America.
As one of Canadian racing’s biggest fans, Casse has arguably been one of the influential horsepeople for Woodbine racetrack.
Closing in on 850 career wins, Hall of Famer Josie Carroll holds rank as one of North America’s most prominent trainers with two Queen’s Plate triumphs.
Colebrook Farms’ founder John Burness has been breeding and racing horses in Ontario for more than 40 years and has a deep love for the industry.
As the CEO of the Woodbine Entertainment Group since 2015, Jim Lawson has been at the forefront of guiding Canada’s horse racing industry toward the future.
Jessica Buckley, Woodbine’s senior VP of standardbred and thoroughbred racing, is one of the most influential people in thoroughbred racing in Canada.
As regulator of Canada’s largest horse racing jurisdiction, Jean Major plays a critical role in influencing where horse racing is headed in the province.
Sovereign Award-winning breeder Ivan Dalos has built up his vastly successful breeding and racing operation from the ground up.
Owned by Vancouver’s John Gunther and his daughter, Tanya Gunther, Glennwood Farm, a ‘boutique’ thoroughbred breeding operation, has bred 38 stakes winners.
As owner and operator of the successful Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in King City, ON, Glenn Sikura has carried on the legacy begun by his father, John Sikura.
Glen Todd is no stranger to the racing spotlight or to the Hall of Fame; it’s safe to say that horse racing runs deeply through his veins.
Few people in the thoroughbred world have had the type of impact on the sport – both on and off the racetrack – that Frank Stronach has.
Toronto-based horse owner Frank Di Giulio, Jr is perhaps best known as a partner in 2017 Horse of the Year Pink Lloyd and also as a CTHS director.
This Ontario Sovereign and Eclipse award winner has wowed horsepeople and horse racing fans like since her debut in 2004.
Apart from being the breeder of 2018 Horse of the Year Wonder Gado, David Anderson has been busy of late advocating on behalf of Ontario breeders
As a former reporter, Curtis Stock is well aware of how important it is for horse racing to get its stories out to a wider audience.
As perennial leading owners by purse money at Woodbine Racetrack, Chiefswood Stables have earned Sovereign Award honours as Canada’s Outstanding Owner.
Paul Ryneveld is the general manager of Century Mile in Nisku and Century Downs in Balzac and sees fixed-odds betting being huge for smaller tracks.
Catherine Day Phillips has not only become one of the country’s top horse conditioners, but she has also been a leader in forming racing syndicates.
Multiple graded stakes-winning owner Bruno Schickedanz says the industry needs to examine how other sports have recreated themselves and are surviving.
To say that Cam Ziprick, who owned his first thoroughbred when he was just 13, is the poster boy for horse racing in Manitoba wouldn’t be an overstatement.
Adrian Munro, a third-generation horseman, remains dead set on helping the industry survive and thrive for future generations to come.