His first mount of the 2021 Woodbine season wasn’t a winning one, but for this relatively new jock on the block, it was a good start.
Ontario owner-breeder David Clancy could have a lot on his (Queen’s) Plate with a trifecta of three home-bred hopefuls.
For all her foibles, 'problem child' Samurai Queen had the one quality conditioner Darwin Banach was looking for ‒ talent.
A lifetime of loving horses is evident in this Yugoslavian immigrant with a show jumping background whose first trade was as a chemist.
The Ontario-bred’s first win came later rather than sooner, but for the chestnut’s connections it made the victory all the more memorable.
Trainer Cole Bennett was amazed that the two-year-old daughter of War Dancer was able to go from a hospital room to the winner’s circle.
Trainer Barb Minshall is confident her young star will be up for Saturday’s test against seven rivals in one of two big features at Woodbine.
This big race on the road to next year's running of the Queen’s Plate has attracted a field of eight including a pair for Barb Minshall.
Mel Lawson's decision to let Janet Bedford train his string of horses turned out to be a ground-breaking game-changer for his Jim Dandy Stables.
Trainer sends out Souper Sensational and Right to Freedom in the $100,000 seven-furlong feature for two-year-old fillies on Saturday at Woodbine.