2014 Canadian Triple Crown Trio

On the heels of Lexie Lou’s victory in the Queen’s Plate on July 6 at Woodbine Racetrack (see complete coverage in the August/September issue), two other talented thoroughbreds stepped up to win the last two legs of the Canadian Triple Crown. Meanwhile, the Plate winner’s connections opted to skip the remaining legs of the Crown. Instead, Lexie Lou handily won the $250,000 Wonder Where stakes on Aug. 10 at Woodbine to push her 2014 earnings to the brink of $1 million. Prime Time Prince of Wales Moments before the Prince of Wales Stakes was run for the 76th time at Fort Erie racetrack, owner Jayson Horner shared some thoughts with jockey Eurico da Silva, who was riding his colt Coltimus Prime. “I just told him that we believe in our horse,” said Horner. “And I said to him to ride him like he was the winner.” Could a horse race…

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