The Nova Scotian trained at Woodbine alongside Frank Merrill, who had led all Canadian trainers until April 23.
Derby week begins with several recent dropouts and additions to the field; Oaks post draw Monday, Derby draw on Tuesday.
The Ocala Breeders' Sales April sale of juveniles wrapped up April 23 and an Anderson Farms' Ontario-bred attracted attention.
In an edition of Stronger Together, Woodbine Entertainment president and CEO Jim Lawson is confident racing will get going in the province.
The prospect of rain on April 24 means many Kentucky Derby entrants will have their final workouts on Friday morning.
Due to a collaborative effort by the horse racing industry, C-218 includes language that prohibits fixed odds betting on horse racing.
TCA will host Bid on the Bluegrass, an online auction of Kentucky-themed items and experiences in support of Thoroughbred aftercare.
Queen’s Plate hopeful Took a Wrong Turn, trainer Nathan Squires, Ones To Watch, Ontario stallion Souper Speedy, and more.
Ontario-breds by Cairo Prince and Classic Empire bring $280,000 and $220,000 respectively as juvenile sale continues.
Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds' homebred by Stay Thirsty was undefeated in 2020 for trainer Christine Ammann, who won some awards of her own.
And Canadians did some buying on the first day of the April Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale in Ocala, led by Malta Manors.