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On Friday, millions of spectators across the globe will focus their attention on the Opening Ceremonies to kick off the London 2012 Olympics. The extravagant ceremony, arranged by film director Danny Boyle of Slumdog Millionaire fame, is set to thrill read more

Premier McGuinty Responds to Ontario Racing Industry

In June, RacingFuture.com sent an open letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty regarding the end of the slots-at-racetracks program – http://www.horse-canada.com/horse-news/racingfuture-com-sends-open-letter-to-premier/ Read the Premier’s response here.

The first horses have arrived at Greenwich Park, setting for the Olympic equestrian events at London 2012. The equine athletes’ trunks of equipment must undergo the equivalent of the airport-style “mag and bag” checks done on every person attending the read more

Canadian Endurance riders Lee Hutten, Emma Webb and Jessica Yavis won the team gold medal at the 2012 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Riders Championships in the NAJYRC-CH 4* FEI Championship race held July 20, 2012. In an read more

President of the IOC Endorses FEI Awards 2012

Count Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), has given his support to the FEI Awards 2012 as London prepares to host the Games of the XXX Olympiad. Count Rogge, who was elected as the eighth President of read more

Grace Phil, under an expert ride by Steve Bahen, found running room in mid-stretch to capture Saturday’s $125,400 Passing Mood Stakes, at Woodbine. The chestnut daughter of Philanthropist-Loupe de Grace, conditioned by Bob Tiller for the Hoof Hearted Stables, was read more

Stars to Shine put in a determined run to capture her first graded score in Sunday’s $153,000 Grade 3 Ontario Matron Stakes, at Woodbine. The dark bay mare, trained by Mark Frostad for The Grange House Partnership, lacked running room read more

Riding the River, under a masterful ride by Todd Kabel, was steered through a traffic jam at the quarter-pole before powering home a neck winner in Sunday’s Grade 2 $322,200 Nijinsky Stakes, at Woodbine. The five-year-old bay gelding, blocked behind read more

Germany took Dressage Team and Freestyle gold, the British once again dominated in Jumping and the Irish recorded their first-ever team success while also claiming two of the three individual medals in Eventing at the FEI European Pony Championship 2012 read more

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