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Royal Canadian Bloodlines

There is clearly a pattern of genetic royalty involved in the thoroughbred breed in general, and the Canadian breed in particular.


Woodbine’s Quest to Run a Financially Viable Race Track

Woodbine executives are committed to being more transparent and creating a dialogue with horse people as they strive to run a financially successful track.

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Savvy Advice

Prospective horse owners attending the first annual Thoroughbred Owners Conference came away with a bevy of tips about the experience from some of the most successful people in the game.

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Money Talks

When all of the costs have been tallied at the end of the year, keeping a racehorse in training can cost $40,000 to upwards of $75,000 a year or more.

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Married… With Horses

More and more couples are working together in the backstretch.


Calling All Developers

Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) is eager to develop the 684-acre site home to Woodbine Racetrack. Although, the project will be a slow, methodical one.