The Canadian Horse of the Year returns to Woodbine Racetrack on Canada Day, Thursday July 1st, to face six challengers.
DAZN Day at the Races will kick off Saturday, June 26th and feature racing from Woodbine, Belmont, Delaware Park and Churchill Downs.
For the first time since December 2019, fans will be allowed at Woodbine racetrack to watch horse racing from the apron or Champions dining.
With the early Plate favourite Weyburn not likely to come to Canada, the 'gallop for the guineas' is up for grabs less than two months out.
Hastings has carded a seven-race card for June 29 and the HBPA BC will meet with backstretch workers on Friday, June 25.
Crystal Glacier, Heavenly Curlin and Skygaze will take aim at the Grade 3 race on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine.
Woodbine Entertainment congratulates the Senate on passing sports betting legislation with protection for the horse racing industry intact.
Live Oak Plantation's Souper Stonehenge won his first stakes race in the Grade 3 Jacques Cartier while the champ Pink Lloyd is second.
Two races after Manitoba-bred star Hidden Grace won the Red Tail Landing Stakes in a track record, Stone Carver did the same in the Journal.
LNJ Foxwood's brilliant filly Boardroom wins first graded stake of Woodbine season, trained by Josie Carroll.
Sunday at Woodbine, all eyes will be on 9-year-old Pink Lloyd, while Derzkii takes on six in the Woodstock Stakes.