Post Parade Q & A with Corrine Andros
Profiled in Canadian Thoroughbred’s Faces at the Races monthly feature, Corrine Andros appears to be on the fast track to success. The personable rider won 18 races at Hastings Park in 2014, including four wins on the May 17, eight-race card. Andros talks advice, designing her own racing silks and plays handicapper when it comes to what she’s looking to achieve in the next five years. What was the best memory of winning your first race? The entire race. From the paddock, when the trainer, Craig MacPherson, told me to go win it, and my response was, ‘We will!’ to when I asked Vying For Glory to move and he did. He didn’t stop and I never even cocked my stick. It was Craig’s first win in 2014, which meant a lot to me to be able to do that for him. And my first professional win off the bush tracks,…
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