For the second consecutive year, the most famous Canadian horse race will be held later in the summer due to COVID-19.
News on some Canadian-based horses and people who are in action south of the border early in the new year, 2021.
Talented 6-year-old horse, fresh off conquering the mighty Pink Lloyd at Woodbine, continues to shine since missing more than 2 years.
Now 5, the one-eyed mare comes off a layoff for her owners and trainer John Shirreffs and has a new rider in Ricky Gonzalez.
Gary Barber celebrated On A Tour's win on Jan. 3 at Gulfstream Park in a $50,000 maiden claiming under Luis Saez.
Owner, trainer and breeder Kristin Mulhall performed emergency tracheotomy on her four-month-old colt, saved his life, and now he's a winner.
Two-time Sovereign Award winner and Eclipse Award winner has ridden two races in Riyadh to start 2021 and will return when Woodbine begins.
A 2-time graded stakes winner at Woodbine in 2020, Lou Tucci and Gary Barber's gelding tops Prairie Bayou Stakes.
22-year-old son of Woodbine rider Simon Husbands, nephew of Patrick, is a rising star in Barbados and recently takes Derby on War Eagle.
Coming off an eight-month layoff, the Speightstown colt ran away from previously undefeated Nashville in Boxing Day feature at Santa Anita.
This is not a happy holiday story; 7-year-old multiple stakes winner of $620,000 seemingly did not have anyone looking out for him.