A rather unlikely bad-tempered racehorse stunned the world by taking all three races of the fledgling American Triple Crown in 1919.
Determined to promote the sport by forming affordable syndicates, this enthusiastic racing family is committed to both hard work and having fun.
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.
'Jet Lee' is back in the irons, racing fit and ready to rock - whenever the starting gates open again at the Etobicoke track.
“The racetrack was my babysitter,” says Kevin McKinlay, who turned an early passion into a successful business at Hidden Springs Farm in Zephyr, ON.
Melmich was a $20,000 claim who retired with $1,388,331 in earnings. Now he could be part of this year's Retired Race Horse Project with Caroline Godson.
As One Bad Boy began to pull away from favoured Avi’s Flatter in the stretch of the 160th Queen’s Plate, Ron Clarkson's 56-year dream was coming true.
Hidden Grace capped off a perfect season with what appeared to be a hard-fought victory in the $50,000 CTHS Stakes at Century Downs - but it really wasn’t.
The Alberta fractional Thoroughbred racehorse ownership group hit the jackpot recently with a claimer-turned-stakes filly named Whoop It Up.