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The RCMP Foundation recently put 36 horses from the world-famous RCMP Musical Ride Breeding Program on the auction block in September and October, raising more than $500,000. In a first, 18 of the horses were sold during a 30-day online…

Returning for another year of top equestrian action, Olympia, The London International Horse Show will be hosting the world’s best riders in London, from December 17-23. Bringing a ‘first ever’ to Olympia, Charlotte Dujardin CBE and her protégée, Mount St John…

Horse Racing and the Rise of Sportsbook Casinos

Horse racing is one of the oldest forms of gambling in the world and is an activity with roots in many different cultures around the world. The Ancient Chinese, the Sumerians, the Persians, Ancient Greeks, Celts, and many other civilizations…

Camp Creek, saving ground throughout under Rafael Hernandez, moved to the lead on the final turn and drew off for a 3 3/4-length victory in the 2 1/4-mile finale of Woodbine’s second annual Turf Endurance Series on Sunday. The Turf…

Devine Mischief, the first Canadian starter for trainer Joe Sharp, was up in the last jump to edge out Glamanation and Jean Elizabeth in a thrilling three-horse conclusion to Woodbine’s 6 1/2 furlong Ruling Angel Stakes on Sunday. Luis Contreras…

A day of fantastic sport capped off the equestrian events of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 with a last decisive dash for the individual medals in a five-way jump-off. Having produced clears all week, Giacomo Casadei (ITA) sailed…

Hembree, finishing strongly down the centre of the track under jockey Irad Ortiz Jr., was up in time to score by a neck in Saturday’s Grade 2 Nearctic Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack. The $268,700 Nearctic, a six-furlong turf stakes for…

Sheikha Reika capped off a stellar Saturday afternoon at Woodbine for jockey Andrea Atzeni, winning the 62nd running of the Grade 1, $500,000 E.P. Taylor Stakes for fillies and mares, one race after the rider teamed with Desert Encounter to…

Desert Encounter, closing stoutly on the outside under jockey Andrea Atzeni, ran down the 3-1 favourite Thundering Blue in the closing yards to score by a length and lead a 1-2 sweep for European invaders in Saturday’s Grade 1, $800,000…

Sweden’s Douglas Lindelöw (27) and his brilliant bay gelding Zacramento threw down a really courageous performance to win the first leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League in Oslo, Norway today. Fourth to go in…

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