Horwath, “There’s Rebuilding That Needs To Be Done And Breeding Will Be Part Of That.”

During a media scrum this week at the Fort Erie Race Track, Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath said that a long-term solution for racing at the historic Fort Erie track and the entire provincial racing industry should be a priority. According to an article by the Fort Erie Times, Horwath said that a solution should be provided to […] Read more »

Physicallyinclined To Stud In Ontario

   Ontario Sires Stakes graduate Physicallyinclined will be standing his first season at stud in 2017. A son of Mach Three – Artisticallyinclined (a full-sister to multiple stakes and O’Brien Award winning millionaire Armbro Amoretto), Physicallyinclined won eight races competing in Ontario as a two- and three-year-old for owner-trainer Bruce McGean, who handed over the […] Read more »

Merchandiser To Stand In Ontario

  Merchandiser 3, 1:53.4, by Muscle Hill, will stand at Stonewater Farms in Ancaster, Ontario for the 2017 breeding season. Merchandiser will stand for an introductory fee of $4,000 (CAD). His co-owner and trainer, Greg Peck, said, “Several Ontario breeders have told me they want to breed to a son of Muscle Hill in Ontario […] Read more »

New Stallion, Believeinbruiser, Returns To Ontario

After a few seasons standing stateside, pacing stallion Believeinbruiser is returning to Ontario for stud duty in 2016. The son of Mach Three – Believeinyourdream stood the last few years in Ohio. Lou Eftimiadias brought him back to Ontario due to renewed confidence in the province’s breeding and racing program. From limited opportunity, Believeinbruiser has […] Read more »

Amigo Hall Returns To Ontario

Robert Burgess, syndicate manager of the Amigo Hall Syndicate, has announced that prominent sire and Hambletonian winner Amigo Hall 3,1:54s ($1,046,905) is returning to Ontario for the 2016 breeding season. Amigo Hall will stand stud for the 2016 season at Kendal Hills Stud Farm in Campbellcroft, Ont. The service fee for Amigo Hall will be […] Read more »