As perennial leading owners by purse money at Woodbine Racetrack, Chiefswood Stables have earned Sovereign Award honours as Canada’s Outstanding Owner.
Paul Ryneveld is the general manager of Century Mile in Nisku and Century Downs in Balzac and sees fixed-odds betting being huge for smaller tracks.
Catherine Day Phillips has not only become one of the country’s top horse conditioners, but she has also been a leader in forming racing syndicates.
Multiple graded stakes-winning owner Bruno Schickedanz says the industry needs to examine how other sports have recreated themselves and are surviving.
To say that Cam Ziprick, who owned his first thoroughbred when he was just 13, is the poster boy for horse racing in Manitoba wouldn’t be an overstatement.
Adrian Munro, a third-generation horseman, remains dead set on helping the industry survive and thrive for future generations to come.
Century Mile’s plan is to bring back the past while at the same time heading into the future of Thoroughbred racing in Edmonton.
Click here for the special digital issue of Canadian Thoroughbred with the 2018 CTHS Yearlings Sales results.
Planning for Ontario’s 2016 Thoroughbred Improvement Program (TIP) is complete, following approval of the budget and Program elements by the Board of the Ontario Racing Commission. The 2016 TIP Program will feature a full season of restricted and stakes racing as well as substantial awards for breeders and stallion owners. With over $16 million in […]
Supplemental entries are now available for the upcoming CTHS Winter Mixed Sale taking place this Saturday, (Nov. 29th) starting at 5 p.m. at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion, Woodbine Racetrack, in Toronto. A total of 99 horses have been consigned to the Sale, which includes 88 in the main catalogue and an additional 11 supplements. This […]