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Piloted by Jim McAleney, Part the Seas

Part the Seas Splits Rivals to Win Bessarabian

Part the Seas won her second stakes score off the claim with a thrilling stretch run in Sunday’s Grade 2 $150,000 Bessarabian Stakes, at Woodbine. Part the Seas, a four-year-old daughter of Stormy Atlantic, was claimed for $62,500 by trainer…

Welloiledmachine

Welloiledmachine Successfully Defends Halton Title

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…

Jockey James McAleney

Skylander Girl Prevails in Ontario Debutante

Skylander Girl enjoyed a perfect trip under Jim McAleney en route to her second stakes score in Saturday’s $140,000 Ontario Debutante Stakes, at Woodbine. Owned and trained by Alex Patykewich, the dark bay daughter of Stroll was glued to the…

Jockey Jim McAleney guided Tu Endie Wei

Tu Endie Wei Makes the Grade in Seaway

Tu Endie Wei took the lead at the top of the lane and held on strong to win the $168,500 Grade 3 Seaway Stakes, Saturday at Woodbine. The three-year-old bay daughter of Johar-Ms. Cornstalk, trained by Reade Baker and ridden…

River Rush and Jim McAleney

River Rush Storms to Plate Trial Triumph

Stronach Stables’ River Rush, confidently ridden by Jim McAleney, broke his maiden in style Sunday afternoon, crushing a field of Queen’s Plate hopefuls in the $150,000 Plate Trial Stakes at Woodbine in track record time of 1:48.97 for the mile…

Jim McAleney, Stormy Lord

Stormy Lord Takes Connaught Cup

It was a winning weekend for conditioner Ian Black and Kinghaven Farms, who recorded their second added-money win in as many days, this time with Stormy Lord in Sunday’s Grade 2, $168,900 Connaught Cup. After watching Fifty Proof and jockey…

Backstretch Q&A With Jockey Jim McAleney

Jockey Jim McAleney, a winner of 2,177 lifetime races, was hurt in an on-track spill on October 31, at Woodbine, resulting in a broken collarbone, and lung and rib injuries. Now, he’s back and eager to get a quick start…

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