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.