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Coulter Ready For Battle With Live Racing Set To Return In London

he Raceway at Western Fair District is now less than two weeks away from kicking off its 2019/20 live racing season and one of those anxiously awaiting its return is defending driving champion...

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Shawn Steacy hoping to continue the family win streak

Shawn Steacy heading to Woodbine Mohawk Park with five freshman for Friday's Grassroots Semi-Finals.

Hospitaliti Speeds To Picov Derby Victory

American invader Hospitaliti made good on her sizzling Alex Picov Memorial Derby trial victory from two weeks ago to take the $62,900 final on Sept. 23 on a warm and breezy afternoon at Ajax Downs.

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Temperamental fillies find the winner’s circle at Mohawk Park

Two frustrating freshman trotting fillies leapt from fifteenth to fifth with Gold wins at Woodbine Mohawk Park Tuesday.

Sam-Son’s mighty Mile moment: Ontario shines on world stage

Can an Ontario-bred win a major Grade 1 race? On September 14 at Woodbine, the horse racing world found out the answer.

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Major Bay triumphs in his Gold Series debut

The favourites faltered at Grand River Raceway on Monday, but Major Bay and Threefiftytwo delivered big Gold Series wins.

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Sunny Dee crushes OSS and Flamboro Downs records

In a spectacular finish to the three-year-old pacing filly regular season, Sunny Dee lowered the OSS and Flamboro Downs records on Sunday.

Tall Dark Stranger perfect in Metro

Undefeated rookie Tall Dark Stranger established a new stakes record with a 1:49.1 victory in Saturday’s $750,000 Metro Pace.

Ontario Racing Scene (HRU): Ontario adopts high definition signals for all of its tracks

All but three of the province’s tracks are now broadcasting in high definition, with Hiawatha, Kawartha and Leamington expected to be sending out an HD signal sometime next year.

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Henry pads Lampman Cup lead with Grassroots double

The two-year-old pacing fillies brought the curtain down on their Grassroots regular season on Friday night at Woodbine Mohawk Park.