Follow the journey of star filly Inglorious from birth to Woodbine Oaks and Queen's Place glory.
The bloodlines of Inglorious.
Pender Harbour wins a squeaker at Fort Erie, taking the second jewel of Canada's Triple Crown, the Prince of Wales Stakes.
"There is nothing in my life that I've been successful at in my first attempt. I've had to work hard at everything I do. I've made mistakes, but the secret is not to make the same mistake twice."
In 2003, three years after Glenn Harvey sold his business and retired young, Kelynack Farms was born on a 200-acre spread in Burlington, Ont.
He has been the leading trainer by wins at Woodbine for four consecutive years and now Mark Casse wants to win the big ones.
The anti-bleeding medication furosemide is used to treat bleeders in most racing jurisdictions in North America but what happens if the drug is, one day, limited or banned?
Dave Wilson, one of Canada's winningest jockeys has surged back to top form just two years after a sudden illness took him by surprise.
How can a stay-at-home trainer have their horses ready to battle the invading winter-raced, trained rivals? Find out Robert Tiller's answer.
With two crops of foals at the races, Old Forester led all Canadian sires in 2011 by progeny earnings and two-year-old earnings. Other leading stallions included Gilded Time, Philanthropist, Wando and Vibank.
Thirty years after embarking on a thoroughbred breeding business in St. Thomas, Ontario, the Everatt family are still going strong with top yearling consignments and a new stallion business.