The CTHS Alberta Yearling Sale saw marked increases across the board and a gelding by leading second crop sire Counterforce topped sale.
Canadian-bred three-year-olds run for $400,000 in the grueling Breeders' Stakes at 1 1/2 miles on turf on October 1.
Two young Ontario sires got their first stakes winners at Woodbine Sept. 24 and Canuck Racing Club also has first SW.
The famous Big Red made the International an iconic race and the $750,000 race returns after it was not run in 2022
Dermot worked for Adena Springs North for over three decades and was very influential in Ontario’s Thoroughbred breeding industry.
Plans are in the works for Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses to duke it out in some sprints at the track east of Toronto.
One Bay Hemingway and One More Brew put on a great show in their stretch battle; neither carried the correct weight.
Wagering per race at the 2023 Assiniboia Downs meeting was up and Gourneau and Whitehall take trainer and jockey titles.
Ontario-sired colts and fillies race in two turf stakes races at Woodbine on Sunday, September 24, each named for Canadian stars.
An exciting finale is planned for September 20th, with mandatory payouts of the Jackpot Pick 5 and the Classic Hi-5 pools.
Half-brother to stakes winner and Grade 1 placed My Boy Prince is the third foal of the Ontario-bred stakes-winning mare Hopping Not Hoping.
Frank DiGiulio's sprinting star won a wild version of the Grade 3 Vigil Stakes on Woodbine Mile day, plus more local news.
The son of Mo Town won a spirited duel through the stretch run to win the 76th edition of Hastings' premier race.
Both winners on the grass at Woodbine on Saturday earned a fees-paid berth in $1 million Breeders’ Cup races.
'Boo' plans to stay in the horse racing industry after announcing his retirement from riding on Sunday, September 17.