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Peter Barry of Dunham, QC and Kilrodan Abbott, faced a challenging course and a large field of competitors to finish eighth in the CIC3* at the Richland Park Horse Trials held in Michigan, USA. Barry and Kilrodan Abbott, his own read more

Competing in Normandie France , at the venue for the 2014 World Equestrian Games – Eventing Championship , Canadian Olympian Rebecca Howard took fourth place against a strong international field at the CIC3* in Le Grand Complet, Haras du Pin. read more

‘Logan’ Peaks in Algoma

Logan’s Peak and jockey Eurico Rosa da Silva took over from Rose and Shine heading into the far turn and galloped away from her rivals to win the $125,000 Algoma Stakes for fillies and mares, Wednesday evening at Woodbine Racetrack. read more

No Stopping Go Greeley in Simcoe

Go Greeley continued his impressive juvenile campaign winning Wednesday’s $200,000 Simcoe Stakes in a dramatic photo finish over Spin the King, at Woodbine. Owned and trained by John Ross, the dark bay son of Horse Greeley saved ground throughout the read more

Lexie Lou Awarded Muskoka on Disqualification

Lexie Lou, who lost a stretch-long battle by a nose to favoured On Rainbow Bridge, was awarded victory in the $200,000 Muskoka Stakes for two-year-old fillies, Wednesday night at Woodbine Racetrack. The stewards ruled that On Rainbow Bridge and jockey read more

‘Good Better’ best in Elgin

Good Better Best earned his first stakes score with a determined stretch run in Wednesday’s $125,000 Elgin Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Roger Attfield for owner Harlequin Ranches, the five-year-old son of Best of the Bests sat just off the read more

Bear No Joke Upsets Black Hornet in Kenora

Bear No Joke, ridden by Eurico Rosa da Silva, caught odds-on Black Hornet inside the sixteenth pole to win the $125,000 Kenora Stakes, one of six yearling sales stakes featured Wednesday evening at Woodbine Racetrack as part of Canadian Million read more

Christine and Dennis Windsor’s Welloiledmachine powered his way to a convincing victory in Wednesday’s $125,400 Halton Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Mike Keogh, the five-year-old son of Mobil took command heading into the turn of the one-mile turf tilt and read more

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