Roger Attfield had a good feeling about Charles Fipke's homebred Impossible Time from the first few months the Hall of Fame trainer had her in his barn.
Hollywood Hit has been a smashing success for British Columbia's Peter Redekop, who purchased the Oklahoma-bred privately in May of 2009 from breeder C.R. Trout.
It has been 23 years since Frank DiGiulio Jr. and his late father Frank Sr. surged to the height of Canadian racing with their star colt Domasca Dan.
Grand Adventure most certainly lived up to his name in 2010, taking trainer Mark Frostad and owner Sam-Son Farm on a genuine thrill ride.
When it comes to preparing for her races, Miss Keller likes to get by with a little help from her friends.
Destroy, owned by the Jim Dandy Stable of Mel Lawson, won the Sovereign Award as outstanding broodmare.
Sam-Son Farms, a longstanding leader in Canadian horse racing, continued their excellence as leading money earners in 2010, in a season that included five stakes wins.
Frank Stronach and his Adena Springs proved to be a powerful force in Canada in 2010 with 72 winners from 144 starters and some $3,582,736 in earnings which was more than enough to earn the Aurora, Ontario outfit their fifth Sovereign in six years.
He has a record-tying eight Queen's Plate wins and now, Roger Attfield has the same number of Sovereign Awards as Canada's top trainer.
The man with a plan kept his word.
If the racing world didn't know who Omar Moreno was at the start of the 2010 season, they definitely did by the end of it.