Articles - miscellaneous


Ask the Steward: Blood Rule & Illegal Boot Rules

Show steward Jan Stephens discusses the International Jumping Riders Club's attempts to pressure the FEI into modifying the blood rule in show jumping.


Magical Albert

Lusi was prone to having big babies – her first two foals both weighed nearly 120 pounds, and the equine midwife said they “weren’t easy pulls.”

By: Liz Brown
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Citius, Altius, Fortius

What do Donald Trump, Katy Perry, and the Olympic movement have in common? They are all in love with social media. Find out more in this article.


Ask the Judge: tail carriage, whinnies, squeals, poop and more

In this article judge Randy Roy answers show questions about tail carriage, whinnies, squeals, poop, and more. Keep reading to find out his thoughts.

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Flower Power

Evie Frisque is a virtuoso of making jumping courses beautiful.

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What it Takes to Become a Race Official

The job of a Race Official extends well beyond in-race officiating. They are also in charge of many post-race adjudicative duties such as holding reviews.

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Approval Rating

World Approval gives Mark Casse second straight Woodbine Mile score.


Canadian Millions Night

This article highlights the eve of the Canadian Premier Yearling Sale when the CTHS, TIP and WEG threw a million-dollar party for sale graduates.


Woodbine Sponsors New Turf Showcase

The track said the sponsorship is a good fit in an attempt to draw more attention to its turf program.

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Number Crunch

Trainers both small and large are struggling to make the numbers work in Canada as both purses and the horse population continues to decline.