This pair of Woodbine grooms - one newbie, one veteran - are eagerly looking forward to the 2021 racing season.
Woodbine Entertainment's newest director is a horse owner and is keen to boost horse racing's business, development, and fan base.
Ontario owner-breeder David Clancy could have a lot on his (Queen’s) Plate with a trifecta of three home-bred hopefuls.
There have been many eccentric gems in the sport who caused mayhem in the morning but were all business in the afternoon.
Crystal Todd speaks of life as a groom for one of the track’s most successful stables, that of Canadian Hall of Famer Josie Carroll.
For all her foibles, 'problem child' Samurai Queen had the one quality conditioner Darwin Banach was looking for ‒ talent.
A lifetime of loving horses is evident in this Yugoslavian immigrant with a show jumping background whose first trade was as a chemist.
The Ontario-bred’s first win came later rather than sooner, but for the chestnut’s connections it made the victory all the more memorable.
Trainer Cole Bennett was amazed that the two-year-old daughter of War Dancer was able to go from a hospital room to the winner’s circle.
In just her second full season of training, Christine Ammann finished as runner-up in the year-end win standings at the 2020 Hastings meet.
His ground-breaking surgery to correct dorsal displacement of the soft palate earned the moniker 'The Llewellyn Procedure'.