Ontario Racing announced on Dec. 14, 2017 that it was undergoing a transformation to attempt to bring all horse racing parties in Ontario together.
Riversedge Racing Stables is one of the top owners and yearlings buyers in western Canada thanks to its proprietors Robert Vargo and Norm Castiglione.
It took three years for Pink Lloyd to make it to the races, but the sprinter has made up for lost time with victories in seven straight stakes races.
In mid-August, Ontario Racing (OR) chair Hugh Mitchell addressed a number of issues facing the association group that represents the industry to government.
As another tool to help you find success at the sales, here are the top earning horses in 2016 and their pedigrees from each racing jurisdiction in Canada.
Twenty years ago, Frank Stronach’s homebred Awesome Again came out of obscurity to win the Queen’s Plate in just his third career start. But that was only the beginning for the richest Canadian-bred in history.
Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) is eager to develop the 684-acre site home to Woodbine Racetrack. Although, the project will be a slow, methodical one.
The manager of racing for Marquis Downs in Saskatoon, SK talks about the 2017 season, economic challenges in Saskatchewan and the superpower he would most like to have.
Dermot Carty, the man responsible for overseeing Adena Springs North talks about the state of the Ontario breeding industry, and more.
From ups and downs through 35 years of owning and breeding horses in Toronto, Frank Di Giulio Jr.’s passion and loyalty has rarely wavered.