It was a day in which even money or close to it favourites were established in all of the seven races - but only three of them actually won.
Quiet grandstands and some unscheduled Race 2 delays notwithstanding, it was an exciting second day of racing at the Vancouver oval.
The week's fastest horses in Canada who won races and a little this and that about a whole lot of short races on the turf on the weekend.
One of Canadian horse racing's greatest jockeys has passed away; Don Seymour loved family, friends and fast and wonderful racehorses.
The Board of Directors made the difficult decision due to the restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic; the Class of 2020 will be inducted in 2021.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins hopes to score at Woodbine as his star filly targets the Fury Stakes on July 5th - the NHLer's first horse to run at the Toronto oval.
While his name is often associated with Pink Lloyd, the man who campaigns the multiple stakes champion is more than just a one-horse wonder.
Jockey has ridden in 20 countries, won Group 1s in more than half a dozen of those and is considered one of Europe's top horsebackers.
Fort Erie racetrack opened its 2020 season on June 2 and had its second biggest wagering mark in the history of the track.
The HBPA of Ontario and Woodbine's CEO Jim Lawson emphasize to horsepeople the importance of continuing to social distance and wear masks as racing nears.
Just 3 voting points separated Starship Jubilee and champion sprinter Pink Lloyd for the 2019 Horse of the Year Sovereign Award.