Two Thoroughbred owners and staunch racing fans have developed an app and web-based platform that will connect trainers, syndicates and owners.
Since its inception over a decade ago, this unique training facility has been giving young riders a taste of the excitement of race riding.
A review by Brian D. Nielsen examines the role of nutrition and management in reducing skeletal injuries in equine athletes.
The Sandhu family business located at the former Ballycroy farm offers a wide range of services from breaking and training to foaling.
A look at the early mornings and busy days of these important backstretch workers who keep their Thoroughbreds charges racing fit.
The former jockey from Trinidad started RDP Pony Services at Woodbine in 2021, providing the services of these hardworking heroes of the racetrack.
Trainer Tharrenos and jockey Contreras talk about the 2022 Woodbine season and their goals for the upcoming 2023 Woodbine campaign.
In this week’s report, trainer Darwin Banach and jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson talk about the 2022 and 2023 Woodbine seasons.
The 80-year-old Alberta-based horseman has been training Thoroughbreds since the 1960s and *might* be thinking about retiring.
His family-owned homebred Poulin in O T, a three-year-old son of Reload, is the cause of much excitement for the upcoming season.
Bowed tendons and suspensory ligament issues are the most common injuries in the racing sectors ‒ but don't have to be career-ending.
The innovative program is benefitting the industry by providing Ontario horse businesses with skilled staff and subsidized wages.
Whether you're training an introvert or an extrovert, an individual approach can nurture the talent that may be hidden.
Research indicates that growing horses' skeletal strength is highly influenced by the daily strains their bones undergo.
KER researchers found that cardiovascular fitness on the racetrack can be correlated to heart rate at the trot on a mechanical walker.