Jennifer Morrison

Articles by Jennifer Morrison - 27 results

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Q&A with Glen Todd

Owner, breeder, trainer, promoter, teletheatre owner and media member. There’s virtually nothing Glen Todd doesn’t do in racing in British Columbia.

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OTTB: I Like Mike

Mike made a big splash at the Thoroughbred Makeover Competition all while raising money for the LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society.

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Windhaven: Unwavering Excellence

After nearly 50 years in the game, Hall of Famer Bill Graham is letting his horses speak for his acumen as a breeder at Windhaven Farms.

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Lucky Shamrock Rocks Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint

Manfred and Penny Conrad of Waterloo, ON are ecstatic after winning the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint with Shamrock Rose.

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Why the Best from the West Should Win Sovereign Awards for 2018

Jennifer Morrison shares a peek at her 2018 Sovereign Awards ballot. And she urges people not to overlook western Canada’s star horses.

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Q&A with Eurico Rosa Da Silva

Canada’s reigning champion jockey, Eurico Rosa Da Silva, surpassed Mickey Walls’ long-standing record for wins at a Woodbine meeting in a remarkable season.

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Meet Joey Gee, Ontario’s Newest Top 10 Thoroughbred Owner

Joe Guerrieri (Joey Gee), the new owner of the former Gardiner Farms, cracked the top 10 in the Woodbine Thoroughbred owner rankings in 2018.

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OTTB Spotlight: Saffiano’s Second Chance is a Royal Success

Saffiano, an Ontario bred Thoroughbred, caught the eye of exercise rider Katie Larsen, who later helped him find a new home and career with Meagan White.

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Post Parade Q&A with Reade Baker

Multi-talented horseman, Reade Baker, has retired from training a stable of horses to pursue other opportunities in the thoroughbred game.

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OTTB: Catch Twenty One’s Headed for Horse Trials

When injury ended his race career, the once highly sought after Thoroughbred Catch Twenty One, was rehomed and is now in training to become an eventer.