It has been a long and lean season of racing for Conrad Farms and jockey Jerome Lermyte but a big win on Oct. 6 in the Cup and Saucer was golden.
The Andre Fabre-trained Waldgeist powered past the great racemare Enable in the late stages of Europe's famous Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
Last year's Pattison Canadian International winner Desert Encounter is riding a three stakes winning streak; Nessy is among the main challengers.
Fastest winners in Canada Oct. 2-6; maiden winners LOOKINATAMIRACLE, POLYDEUCES and IMA BEAST; Frac Daddy has another winner in DAD'S MISSY.
Skygaze, from the first crop of American Pharoah, leads all the way in the Mazarine Stakes but is disqualified for miscues in 1 1/16 mile race for fillies.
Europeans expected to land early next week to battle for the three Grade 1 turf races at Woodbine on Oct. 12; Desert Encounter seeks repeat in PCI.
Ontario-bred Western Taffy tries the Win and You're In Alcibiades Stakes today for Chiefswood Stable and trainer Mark Casse
The Kevin Attard trained Malibu Mambo and More Chances will contest the $225,000 Cup & Saucer Stakes, at Woodbine, over the E.P. Taylor Turf Course.
Grade 3 stakes for 2-year-old fillies lures impressive maiden winner Skygaze, a daughter of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah.
Juddmonte Farms' great race mare seeks to become the first horse to win three Prix de L'Arc de Triomphes; meets 11 rivals at Longchamp.
Fast winners last week plus big wins by Canadian-breds Cleopatra's Strike, Ka Gee Gee and a One Bad Boy update in weekly wrap
Bred in Kentucky by Canadian John Gunther, Vino Rosso won a thrilling Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont only to be disqualified.
Last year's champ, Desert Encounter, could have a few fellow Euros to get past such as Kew Gardens and Mount Everest plus Canadian-bred Tiz a Slam.
Pioneerof the Nile colt makes late rush to take his first stakes victory in Grade 3 for owner Gordon Christoff, trainer John Snow.
Trainer and rider extend lead in their categories after a big Sept. 29 afternoon of racing; She's the Berries picks up Classy 'n Smart win