The Ontario Sires Stakes Season Begins

The 2015 Ontario Sires Stakes season kicked off on Wednesday at The Raceway at the Western Fair District with three-year-old trotting colt Olympic Son winning the first of the evening’s four $52,500 Gold divisions. A two-time Grassroots winner as a freshman, Olympic Son and driver Trevor Henry established the lead from post three and carved […] Read more »

Stubborn Belle, Second Sister, Ms Mac N Cheese, And Solar Sister Take Elimination Wins In The WEG-SBOA Stakes

  Ontario-sired three-year-old fillies were out in full force for the eliminations of the WEG-SBOA Stakes on Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack. A pair of $25,000 eliminations were contested for both pacing and trotting divisions to determine the fields for next Saturday’s finals. A group of 22 sophomore trotting fillies were split into two 11-horse […] Read more »

Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame Participates In Doors Open Toronto May 23rd And 24th

  Looking for something to do this weekend?  Visit the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame and Woodbine Racetrack as they take part in Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf.    This is your opportunity and to learn about the history and heritage of Canadian horse racing from historians and docents including Hall of […] Read more »

Bee A Magician Makes History By Being First Mare To Win The Arthur J. Cutler Memorial In 17-Years

While there is a long history of brilliant mares defeating the older horses at the Free For All trotting level in harness racing, it had never happened in the Arthur J. Cutler Memorial. That all changed on a rainy Saturday night at The Meadowlands. Bee A Magician, the overwhelming 4-5 favourite did what had yet […] Read more »