One Bad Boy made the long trek from California to Toronto and coasted to victory in the 160th Queen’s Plate on a stakes card dominated by Americans.
The CTHS Manitoba Yearling Sale is coming up and the province’s leading Thoroughbred breeder Cam Ziprick is eager to showcase Manitoba-breds to new owners.
Ordered off the Internet from Final Furlong at Assiniboia Downs, the Manitoba-bred mare Something Posative has been an amazing find for Suzanne Henry.
Trained by Mike Nault, the three-year-old filly Hidden Grace, by Going Commando—High Pioneer by Pioneering, is now a perfect 4-for-4 at Assiniboia Downs.
Lindsay Day talks to Canadian equestrian Olympian Jimmy Day about his how equestrian sport in Canada started, his horses, and giving back.
Ada Storm might not have been a star on the racetrack, but partnered with 13-year-old Mack Moore, he’s finding success as a barrel racer.
Dr. Orlaith Cleary, an Irish-born equine surgeon, has travelled the world and landed at the Ontario Equine Hospital, working with racehorses at Woodbine.
Long-time friends and business associates, Joan Addison and Ian Black, have teamed up to aim the Thoroughbred colt Dun Drum for the Queen’s Plate.
Wonder Gadot, owned by Gary Barber, claimed the 2018 Horse of the Year Sovereign Award, and was named Champion Three-Year-Old Female.
In this first instalment of “Training to Win” with Reade Baker, the veteran Thoroughbred trainer shares his insights on techniques and strategies.
Jonathan Zammit became Woodbine Racetrack’s vice-president of thoroughbred racing operations in January of 2017 – a challenge he’s taken on with gusto.