Canadian Thoroughbred October/November 2017
Let’s Get Reacquainted with the Horse
Ray Paulick says there’s too much distance between horses and the majority of people living in the modern world, and it’s time to get reacquainted....
Pink Lloyd Makes Up for Lost Time
It took three years for Pink Lloyd to make it to the races, but the sprinter has made up for lost time....
Century Downs Sparks a New Beginning
Racing’s return to Calgary after a nine-year absence is part of a new beginning for thoroughbred racing in western Canada....
OTTB: Bayley Russell and Pathway to Yes
The Thoroughbred gelding Pathway to Yes, renamed Parker, was a gift of a lifetime from Hasting Park trainer David Milburn and his partner Minna....
Has Drug Testing Gone Too Far?
In the race to try to stop those from gaining an edge with performance enhancing drugs, have the testing protocols become too precise and are the results being interpreted fairly in Canada?...
Gail Wood: A Lifetime of Quiet Excellence
Woodlands Farm’s Gail Wood may be in “semi-retirement,” but she continues to be one of the most influential people in Ontario’s thoroughbred industry....
Most Potent Broodmares in Manitoba
Tire shop owner Charlie Fouillard owns Manitoba’s most potent group of broodmares....
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