A picturesque farm, a vibrant red barn, and a set of happy thoroughbreds grazing in the field dominate Lewis Farm, a property owned and operated by Beverly and Steve Owens, in Kleinburg, Ontario. Immersed in the scenic setting, it’s easy to miss the hoof pick sized ‘Beware of Dog’ sign clinging to the bottom left hand corner of the weathered wooden sign. But Chase, a monstrous dog wagging his tail by the barn, offers endless kisses. A rough and tough Daschund by the name of Rudy alerts every horse that there is a visitor. Owens has yet to arrive back from the early morning grind at Woodbine Racetrack where he works seven days a week as a trainer. When Ownes arrives, he is dressed in a crisp blue shirt sans the safety vest and riding helmet he is usually sporting on Woodbine’s backstretch. Inside the first barn he quickly turns…
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