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Woodbine’s Turf Endurance Series, which will offer $40,000 in bonuses to the winning connections this year, will kick off with a 1-3/8 mile first leg featured on the undercard of the third day of the Queen’s Plate Festival (Canada Day,…

Canadian Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze stood in the winner’s circle for the third day in a row after claiming the $385,000 CSI5* Continental Grand Prix riding Fine Lady 5 on Sunday, June 17, at the Spruce Meadows ‘Continental’ tournament in…

Gamble’s Ghost, patiently handled by Eurico Rosa da Silva, rallied six-wide down the lane to capture Sunday’s $140,000 Grade 3 Trillium Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Josie Carroll for owner-breeder Ivan Dalos, Gamble’s Ghost arrived at the 1 1/16-mile Tapeta…

Team Belgium won the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Poland today, but it was no walk in the park. This fourth leg of the Western European League attracted teams from eight countries to the Hippodrome Arena in the popular…

The AKITA Drilling Cavalry Charge (1.50m) is the second competition of the four-part 2018 Speed Series Challenge. The course designed by Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) was designed to fit in both the International Ring and the Meadows on the Green. During…

Sean and Dorothy Fitzhenry’s homebred stakes winner Mr Havercamp was victorious in his four-year-old debut on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine, defeating past winners of the Steady Growth Stakes in this year’s $100,000 edition. With Eurico Rosa Da Silva aboard, Mr…

Canada’s Eric Lamaze scored back-to-back victories at the CSI5* Spruce Meadows Continental tournament on June 15 and 16. Hot off his win in Friday night’s $131,600 Scotiabank Cup, Lamaze returned to the Meadows on the Green arena on Saturday to…

The first two days of the 2018 Spruce Meadows ‘Continental’ CSI5* featured great international sport. Riders competed putting their best foot forward as they stepped into the Meadow on the Green Ring for the first time this season to take…

This afternoon, the City of Montreal announced the adoption of a by-law prohibiting the use of horse-drawn carriages, or calèches, in Montreal’s downtown core. The by-law will come into effect on December 31, 2019. In a press release the Montreal SPCA said:…

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