Joe Guerrieri (Joey Gee), the new owner of the former Gardiner Farms, cracked the top 10 in the Woodbine Thoroughbred owner rankings in 2018.
Canada’s reigning champion jockey, Eurico Rosa Da Silva, surpassed Mickey Walls’ long-standing record for wins at a Woodbine meeting in a remarkable season.
In April, Gustav Schickedanz, a Canadian horse racing legend, will be honoured with the E.P. Taylor Award of Merit at the Sovereign Awards.
Woodbine’s new jockey, Leonardo Salles, came to Toronto via Brazil, Dubai, Macau, Hong Kong and the U.S. before setting his sights on Canada last fall.
Veteran thoroughbred breeder Larry Falloon is on the move again with new Manitoba stallion Nonios and an improved band of broodmares. He just can’t quit.
The twin sons of Belgian show jumping great, Ludo Philippaerts – Nicola and Olivier – have established themselves as bona fide members of the 5* community.
Sixteen-year-old Sam Walker, from Ontario, had a stellar 2018 season, culminating with an historic ASPCA Maclay National Championship win.
Jim Phillips and his off-the-track Thoroughbred Mike have raised thousands of dollars to ensure others find good homes at the end of their racing careers.
Mike made a big splash at the Thoroughbred Makeover Competition all while raising money for the LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society.
After nearly 50 years in the game, Hall of Famer Bill Graham is letting his horses speak for his acumen as a breeder at Windhaven Farms.
Apprentice jockey Hannah Twomey, of Red Lake, Ontario, says she has a lot of people to thank for getting her career started at Woodbine Racetrack.
Ros who? Readers will be forgiven for not recognizing the name of eventing’s new world champion rider Rosalind Canter, of Great Britain.
Show jumper Francois Lamontagne, of Quebec, is a skilled rider and trainer, who enjoys bringing horses up through the ranks himself and for others.
The winner of the 2018 Hero of the Horse Award is Kris Latham from Squamish, B.C.! Get to know what makes her an exceptional horsewoman and human being.
Steffen Peters has dominated the dressage scene in the United States, as his country’s top performer, for the better part of the 21st century.