How much revenue does a track keep from pari-mutuel wagering? It depends on what you wager on and where and how you wager. WEG’s Sean Pinsonneault helps demystify a head-spinning set of equations.
Maple Grove Stock Farm, a true family operation born 67 years ago with the purchase of a single mare, celebrates one of its best years in the sport.
The inaugural Thoroughbred Owners Conference were pretty much what one would expect from a gathering aimed at educating potential horse owners.
John Carey is a hands-on, eighth generation Irish horseman that has made an impact in Ontario’s breeding industry thanks to his T.C. Westmeath Stud Farm and Old Forester, Canada’s leading freshman sire in three of the last five years.
Steve and Kathleen Kemp's Ballycroy Training Centre is beginning to reap the rewards of investing in better mares when the horse racing industry was in a down cycle.
Finding a winner at a yearling sale isn't easy. Some of the most successful people in the game give one piece of advice for picking out a great horse.
A closer look at the Queen's Plate winner's pedigree
As interim director of a new industry collective called Ontario Horse Racing, lifelong horseman John Snobelen is key to implementing a dramatic overhaul of the province's horse racing industry in the wake of the cancellation of the Slots at Racetracks Program.
Captivating, Sam-Son Farms, John C. Oxley, Mark Casse
In 2003, three years after Glenn Harvey sold his business and retired young, Kelynack Farms was born on a 200-acre spread in Burlington, Ont.