The video for Shot of Glory — a song that hit number one — was filmed at Woodbine earlier this year because of David Roberts’ deep love for the sport.
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In the first part of an ongoing series on the challenges facing the Ontario horse racing industry – and possible solutions – Cal Bricker, the senior vice-president of horse racing for the Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) corporation, explains integration and what the future holds for horse racing.
Hard work, adaptability and a little girl power has Shannondoe Farms of St. Thomas, ON on the rise thanks to stallion Society’s Chairman and his talented, but spirited, daughter Caren.
It is the morning after Sir Dudley Digges pulled off a 15-1 upset July 3 in the 157th edition of the Queen’s Plate — yes, at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto.
It’s been a year of triumph and tragedy for trainer Mark Casse.
The late Bob Anderson’s favourite horse, Rare Opportunity, was named the Outstanding Broodmare for 2015 at the 41st annual Sovereign Awards.
New regulation of horse racing in Ontario transferred to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario from the Ontario Racing Commission. That’s just the beginning of significant changes in store for horse racing in the province said AGCO CEO Jean Major.
Reductions the Woodbine Entertainment Group has made to the Ontario Sire bonus program have raised the ire of most of the province’s breeders.
Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield said there appears to be considerable merit to the idea of racing the opposite direction on Woodbine’s famed E.P. Taylor Turf Course.
Sam-Son Farm’s respected broodmare/stallion manager Dave Whitford tells the story of how an Irish boy came to play a pivotal role in two of Canada's greatest thoroughbred farms.
Twenty-five years ago, Ron Fawcett bought a farm to impress the woman he was dating and Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds was born near Kamloops, British Columbia.