Thoroughbred trainer Reade Baker discusses the steps horse owners and trainers should take once they’ve purchased a yearling racehorse prospect.
Ontario-bred Tone Broke asserted himself as the country’s top 3-year-old with convincing wins in two-thirds of the Canadian Triple Crown series.
Just before his retirement, Woodbine jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva scored his first win in the Woodbine Mile when he rode Ontario-bred El Tormenta to victory.
One Bad Boy made the long trek from California to Toronto and coasted to victory in the 160th Queen’s Plate on a stakes card dominated by Americans.
The CTHS Manitoba Yearling Sale is coming up and the province’s leading Thoroughbred breeder Cam Ziprick is eager to showcase Manitoba-breds to new owners.
Ordered off the Internet from Final Furlong at Assiniboia Downs, the Manitoba-bred mare Something Posative has been an amazing find for Suzanne Henry.
Trainer Reade Baker discusses the finer points of purchasing Thoroughbred yearlings, from conformation and pedigree to pre-purchase exams.
Ada Storm might not have been a star on the racetrack, but partnered with 13-year-old Mack Moore, he’s finding success as a barrel racer.
Long-time friends and business associates, Joan Addison and Ian Black, have teamed up to aim the Thoroughbred colt Dun Drum for the Queen’s Plate.
Trainer Reade Baker says the key to training two-year-old Thoroughbred racehorses is to be slow and cautious so you build a great foundation.