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T Barrr delivers timely win for Fleming and McNair

Two-year-old trotting gelding T Barrr scored his first lifetime win in Gold action at Mohawk Tuesday.

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Hometown filly scores Gold win number four at Mohawk

Freshman trotting filly Kadabra Queen scored her fourth Gold win and driver Sylvain Filion won five races at Mohawk on Monday.

Bright Day for Sunny Singh

It was a bright day for jockey Sunny Singh at Fort Erie Race Track. The veteran jockey took home five wins from seven starts on Saturday’s card.

Lets Leavem Takes Kawartha RUS Trot

Lets Leavem left his rivals in the dust in Saturday’s Racing Under Saddle trot at Kawartha Downs as he won by more than 12 lengths.

Kamikaze Lindy Seeks Third Straight Win

Kawartha Downs will host its only Racing Under Saddle race this Saturday night where Kamikaze Lindy will attempt to record his third consecutive victory.

Notice to the Industry: 2018 Standardbred Improvement Program Approved

The 2018 Standardbred Improvement Program (SIP), based on the recommendations of the industry representative Standardbred Advisory Group, has been approved by the Ontario Racing Board of Directors.

Win A Share in A Racehorse!

Standardbred Canada and Forest City Sales are pleased to announce the Ontario Sires Stakes will sponsor the “Win A Share in A Racehorse” contest in conjunction with the London Selected Yearling...

Hannelore Hanover dazzles in Maple Leaf Trot

Hannelore Hanover got her Maple Leaf Trot redemption with an impressive 1:51.1 victory in Saturday’s $594,000 event at Mohawk Racetrack.

World Approval gives trainer Mark Casse a second straight Woodbine Mile

World Approval earned intercontinental plaudits at Woodbine on Saturday with his convincing win in the Grade 1 Ricoh Woodbine Mile, the second straight for trainer Mark Casse.

Photo: Under the setting sun

This photo was taken by Ontario Racing contributor Krista Carignan during the 2017 Thoroughbred season at Fort Erie.