The 15-day spring meeting begins April 2 with some fans permitted and a host of important stakes races on most of the cards.
Graham Motion talks Queen’s Plate, trainer Sandy McPherson closes in on 900 career wins, Ontario stallion American Guru, and more.
There is movement on Canadian Thoroughbred's Top 15 Queen's Plate contenders' list for the Aug. 22 Canadian classic.
Canadian-breds Gretzky the Great and Smiley Sobotka faded at Turfway in the Jeff Ruby on the Tapeta surface.
Godolphin's 4-year-old colt Mystic Guide wins but the showcase evening of racing was marred by the breakdown of Zenden.
An application has been made to the AGCO to add two additional days at the end of the season, October 25-26, for a total of 42 race days.
Canada's famous jockey looks forward to 2021 season at Woodbine, hopes home country steps up its racing industry.
Canadian-bred colt trained by Mark Casse is in post 10 in a big field for the Grade 3 Jeff Ruby Steaks on March 27.
Also on the Meydan card is the $5 million Classic on the turf and Ontario-bred Channel Maker heads that field from post 2.
Led by Greatest Honour, the race is one of the most significant stakes races leading up to the Kentucky Derby.
Philip Serpe's high hopes for Safe Conduct, sophomore trainer Rodney Barrow seeks another strong campaign, and more.