Some notes on racing at Woodbine and Century Mile, leaderboards and big runs by Amalfi Coast and the Tony Gattellaro barn.
Bill and Al Ulwelling and their top filly have had a hard luck year but celebrated a big win Oct. 25 in the Wonder Where Stakes.
Trainer Josie Carroll sent out the fast-improving Belichick to win his maiden with flair in the third jewel of Canada's Triple Crown.
Undefeated son of Deep Impact was rated stoutly in the 1 7/8 mile third jewel of the Triple Crown and battled to victory.
The 2020 Canadian Triple Tiara comes to an end on Sunday when 10 Canadian-bred fillies take to the turf in the $250,000 Wonder Where.
Larry Cordes gives a lot of credit to his granddaughter for the success of his 3-year-old colt who tries for the Triple Crown Saturday.
$100,000 Stakes Race has a Post Time Friday night of 7:38 p.m. and lures top main track older females, female sprinters.
New York Times' Joe Drape reports the third-place finisher in the Kentucky Oaks, Gamine, has come back with the Class C positive.
Son of Where's the Ring fights for his first stakes win at Century Mile for Hurley Racing Stable and trainer Deanna Walper.
11 are going to try the champ as he goes for the Canadian Triple Crown on Saturday Oct. 24 on the grass at Woodbine, 1 1/2 miles.
Canada's unique Triple Crown is really tough to win these days, as it is run on an all-weather surface at Woodbine, dirt at Fort Erie and grass at Woodbine.