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.
Thoroughbred breeding involves producing winning racehorses and, often more importantly, producing racehorses that will create quality offspring.
Dr. Tracey Chenier and Dr. Elizabeth Scholtz at the Ontario Veterinary College at Guelph discuss some of the current research topics in broodmare health.
Sayler and Brandt are hopeful that Balooga Bull will take them all the way to the 2012 Manitoba Derby, the province's race that Sayler has yet to win.
This Month: Reade Baker on Evaluating Racehorses.
While it wasn't a sure thing that he'd be working in the industry, it was a pretty safe bet the ideal job for Jeff Bratt would be in the Thoroughbred world.
Sadler's Wells, by Northern Dancer, has arguably been the world's premiere sire for the past two decades, and surely the top siring son of the great Northern Dancer.