The length of a horse's racing stride and cadence are linked to ability, speed and stamina; this data adds another dimension to buying and breeding horses.
Canadian Thoroughbred looks at what Aldous Snow and Sir Dudley Digges, both former stars of Woodbine, are up to these days.
Maggie and Doug Northcott may have gotten their start in racing and breeding a bit later in life, but it is full steam ahead now.
Johnny Bear and Danish Dynaformer were giants on the racetrack with multiple Graded stakes wins. Find out what the two greats are up to these days.
Northern Dancer, the feisty stallion from Ontario’s Windfields Farm, exploded the myth that Canadian-bred horses could not compete on the world stage.
The CMPA has announced new clenbuterol guidelines; a look at what the drug does, why it is being more strictly regulated, and what industry insiders think.
Are stem cells from older horses a viable treatment option? Likely not, as a loss of cell functionality occurs with age that may limit tissue regeneration.
Farmers involved in the horse racing industry are being asked to join the JCC and HBPA to insist on measures to help them get through the next few years.
A handful of US tracks continue to host racing during the COVID-19 shutdown; smaller tracks Fonner Park, Will Rogers see huge spikes in increased handle.
A look at takeout rates - specified percentages taken by the racecourse - which vary from track to track and wager to wager across the country.
Can ulcer medications weaken bones? A new study out of Kentucky examines calcium absorption in horses dosed with omeprazole.