Queen’s Plate hopeful Took a Wrong Turn, trainer Nathan Squires, Ones To Watch, Ontario stallion Souper Speedy, and more.
Ontario-breds by Cairo Prince and Classic Empire bring $280,000 and $220,000 respectively as juvenile sale continues.
Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds' homebred by Stay Thirsty was undefeated in 2020 for trainer Christine Ammann, who won some awards of her own.
And Canadians did some buying on the first day of the April Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale in Ocala, led by Malta Manors.
Nominees include 13 candidates for Horse of the Year; actual awards will be presented to winners once pandemic restrictions allow.
With less than two weeks to the Run for the Roses and Kentucky Oaks, the fields for the big races are firming up.
Newly-crowned Sovereign Award Champion Turf Male Say the Word wins big, Horse of the Year Mighty Heart fights hard.
Canada's newly-crowned Horse of the Year makes his 4-year-old debut at Keeneland Apr. 17 while Woodbine is still on hold.
The one-eyed wonder won two-thirds of the Canadian Triple Crown and also was named the champion 3-year-old colt.
The gallop show for the popular Ocala April juvenile sale is underway with horses set to sell April 20-23.
Canadian Triple Crown-winning trainer Mike Keogh, Queen’s plate hopeful Derzkii, trainer Bill Tharrenos, and more.