The filly Solo Album led all the way to win the Ontario Derby (G3) over the boys at Woodbine on Saturday, but was disqualified.
The Grade 3 stake on Oct. 21 has classic winners Velocitor and Touch'n Ride, but the fillies in the field could be tough.
The Turf Endurance series wrapped up on Sunday at Woodbine with Meyer crowned; Red River Rebel won the Turf Sprint Series in August.
Just as it was a year ago, the leading trainer, jockey and owner at Fort Erie are Julie Mathes, Christopher Husbands and Bruno Schickedanz.
The 45-day racing season at the Vancouver track ended this past weekend with jockey Amadeo Perez repeating as top jockey.
Kentucky-bred filly took on the boys and won for trainer Kevin Attard and X-Men Racing 3, Madaket and SF Bloodstock.
A Little Frisky, an Ontario-bred owned by Mark Dodson and bred by Ted Burnett, won the open Glorious Song Stakes to break her maiden.
A stakes-filled card at Woodbine lured big betting and exciting results, including a big win by the country's top juvenile.
Bred by Ivan Dalos' Tall Oaks Farm, the durable gelding was a Canadian and US Champion and a multiple Grade 1 winner.
The Ontario Matron and Ontario Fashion, both Grade 3 stakes, follow the Cup & Saucer on a big Woodbine Saturday card.
Top Canadian juvenile by-passes Breeders' Cup to run for $250,000 in prestigious Cup & Saucer; rain could make turf soft.
Champion jockey has been riding in Britain for almost 40 years and has been on a retirement tour in 2023 throughout the world.
A successful weekend once again at Woodbine ended with a wild finish in the Grade 2 Nearctic Stakes: 3/4 of a length separated the top eight.
Tracy Farmer bought Fev Rover for $971,000 two years ago and that gamble has paid off; E.P. Taylor is second Grade 1 for the mare.
Nations Pride (Ire) wore down fellow European Royal Champion (Ire) to take the 84th Canadian International at Woodbine on Sunday.