The draw for posts for the second jewel of the Triple Crown has been moved to May 11 as officials await further tests on Derby winner.
Trainer Bob Baffert confirmed in a press conference Sunday morning findings of an anti-inflammatory in the Derby winner's test.
Barbara Minshall, Norm McKnight and Chiefswood Stables all celebrated wins in the US on Saturday, May 8, while waiting for Woodbine.
The Grade 1 $700,000 Man o' War will feature Gufo and third-place finisher in the 2019 Pattison Canadian International at Woodbine, Ziyad.
Jockeys, breeders and First Nations with interests in horse breeding and racing to ask Saskatoon to change lease with Prairieland.
While racing at Woodbine remains on hold, Queen's Plate eligibles and contenders are busy racing and training.
BC track is the first to open up for Thoroughbred racing this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on in Canada.
A drop-in vaccine clinic for people living in the Covid "hot spot" will take place May 5-7 as racing waits to be given the green light.
Kentucky Derby winner will face plenty of new faces in the second leg of the Triple Crown at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore.
Monday, May 3rd card of seven races begins the season which is scheduled for 50 days, but purse money available for just 25 days currently.
In England, Poetic Flare won the prestigious 2000 Guineas and he comes from a famed Canadian family, plus stakes results elsewhere.