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.
Bob and Mark Krembil are applying successful investment strategies and patience learned from the financial world in the hopes of building Chiefswood Stables into a perennial powerhouse with the help of Hall of Fame jockey Robert Landry.
Frank Stronach discusses turning Gulfstream Park into a horse theme park, breeding better cattle and his renewed focus on horse racing.
Highfield Park Stock Farm is poised for success at Century Downs.
Jim Lawson grew up relishing any chance to tag along with his Hall of Fame father on trips to the Woodbine backstretch. Now Lawson is hoping to bring some of that backstretch passion to his new position as chief executive officer of Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG).
Longevity, loyalty and a deep devotion to their thoroughbreds have made Jarvis and Florence Swereda one of the most likeable, popular couples in racing in Winnipeg.
When Bob Anderson died in 2010, his son, David, went against the norm and opted to reinvest heavily in Anderson Farms of St. Thomas.
It took three trips to Quebec and over a year for Sherry McLean to find Oneexcessivenite and her Spaniard yearling and bring them home to Ontario.
After 20 years at the Woodbine Entertainment Group, including nearly 10 years as its president, Nick Eaves has announced he is leaving the Toronto company on March 31, 2015.