Nicole Kitchener investigates how each betting dollar is divided at three Canadian tracks and in two U.S. jurisdictions.
Canadian Thoroughbred magazine celebrates it 50th anniversary in 2011 and throughout this year some of the biggest moments have been re-visited.
With their success in hosting horse shows that are consistently well supported, Spruce Meadows remains a model venue in the industry.
A thoroughbred syndicate is essentially a partnership formed to carry on a business; in this case the ownership of one or more racehorses.
Insurance policies for our equines, mortality plus medical and surgical benefits, are standard in the industry and de rigueur for our pricey show horses.
Catherine Willson reviews the animal welfare legislation in Canada.
Humour columnist Doug Breen tries to imagine that the first ride was like for the first brave caveman.