Stem cells and stem cell therapy for the treatment of soft tissue injuries in racehorses has made a lot of ground – from experimental to a proven treatment.
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Daughterofthewoods raced three times in her career and each time, the pint-sized chestnut broke like a bullet and was quickly in front of her rivals.
A 10-year review of Canada’s leading freshman sires reveals these quick starters have gone on to solidify their place as leading sires in the country.
Etruscan was foaled at Sam-Son Farm in Milton, ON, in 2003 to the stakes-placed mare Forever Classic. Today he’s a hunter and goes by the name of Howie.
The Thoroughbred gelding Pathway to Yes, renamed Parker, was a gift of a lifetime from Hasting Park trainer David Milburn and his partner Minna.
Woodlands Farm’s Gail Wood may be in “semi-retirement,” but she continues to be one of the most influential people in Ontario’s thoroughbred industry.
This article highlights the eve of the Canadian Premier Yearling Sale when the CTHS, TIP and WEG threw a million-dollar party for sale graduates.
Unmissable was living life as a pasture mate for other horses when Carly Moore spotted her three years ago. Keep reading for more information.
The Ontario Sired racing program has undergone some changes, but many class of races and the breeders’ awards have remained.
Holy Helena and the dominant victory in the 158th Queen’s Plate is a product of three generations of Frank Stronach’s breeding program.
Former Windfields and Gardiner employee would like to open an equine-based assisted learning facility.