Highlighting some of our industry’s best and most interesting people and horses.
Kyle Bossence pauses briefly before a wide smile comes to his face as he repeats the question. “What’s the best part of owning and training horses? Pretty much everything, I guess.”
Ontario standardbred owner Brad Grant of Milton, ON said it will be next-to-impossible for him to top 2018, so he will simply have to cherish the memories for as long as possible.
Standardbred owners don’t come much bigger than Toronto real estate tycoon Marvin Katz, but it wasn’t always champagne and winner’s circles in the horse racing game.
Veteran Ontario thoroughbred breeder and owner John Burness (Brnjas) said he doesn’t think it’s possible to “pack more enjoyment into two minutes than you can watching your horse run at the...
Jim Bruce has been enamored with racehorses and racing since he was 16-years-old and went to the racetrack with his brother Warren.
Shelly MacMillan doesn’t consider herself a horse whisperer. Not in the least. But on the morning of September 17, 2016, as she often does, she leaned in close to the young filly and offered up a...
For over 40 years, Vera Simpson has navigated through the ups and downs of Ontario horse racing with an unwavering optimism, cognizant of its challenges, but buoyed by its opportunities.
“I have two memberships for gyms and I don’t go to them. I have this. Once this bug gets to you, I don’t think it will ever be replaced.”
For Sue Leslie, the biggest key to horse racing flourishing in Ontario comes down to one word: Unity.
It’s a scene that Bob Broadstock has seen countless times over his years in Quarter Horse Racing, one that he never tires of and one that speaks to the importance of a relationship between the...