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Hannah Gill – Profile

I am a Junior Designer, soon to be graduate from the Media Communications program through Humber College. I have extensive experience in the equestrian industry, which has given me valuable skills, including perseverance, excellent work ethic, and I don’t mind getting a little mud on my hands. Through my program, I have developed my skills in photography, graphic design, videography, and Adobe software such as illustrator, photoshop, InDesign, after effects, and premiere pro. In my spare time, I enjoy rewatching… Read More »Hannah Gill – Profile

JOHN R. VELAZQUEZ PUERTO RICAN JOCKEY

JOHN R. VELAZQUEZ PUERTO RICAN JOCKEY Intro Puerto Rican jockey From United States of America Type Sports Gender Male Birth 24 November 1971, Carolina, Puerto Rico, USA Age 49 years Star sign Sagittarius Residence Carolina, Puerto Rico, USA Awards Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey 2004 Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey 2005 George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award 2009 Best Jockey ESPY Award 2011 Profiles    EMBED INFOCARD ON YOUR WEBSITE SOCIAL TWITTER Last updated on: 7/22/2020 John Velazquez @ljlmvel 2 time Kentucky… Read More »JOHN R. VELAZQUEZ PUERTO RICAN JOCKEY

Chantal Mitchell: Profile Chantel

Mitchell Reflects On Dream Season Published: January 22, 2020 11:29 am ET Could the best still be to come for 2019 O’Brien Award finalist Alicorn? If her family tree is any indication, Alicorn’s rookie season is just the tip of the iceberg. A daughter of Bettors Delight – Mythical, Alicorn concluded her two-year-old season with a summary of 7-4-0 in 13 starts with $536,907 in earnings for trainer Chantal Mitchell and owners Windermere Stable LLC of New York, N.Y. and… Read More »Chantal Mitchell: Profile Chantel

CASIE COLEMAN – Standardbred Trainer

CASIE COLEMAN Standardbred Trainer Born: 6/13/1980 in Victoria, British Columbia Resides: Cambridge, Ontario Colors: Royal Blue-Gold-Grey Career In 2014, Coleman’s success with three-year-old pacers continued, as her stable star Mcwicked won the Adios and the Breeders Crown. Mcwicked also won the O’Brien Award as three-year-old pacer of the year. In 2013, Coleman’s Vegas Vacation captured her a second consecutive Little Brown Jug title. Coleman captured her first Little Brown Jug in 2012 with Michaels Power, who also won the Confederation Cup and Upper Canada… Read More »CASIE COLEMAN – Standardbred Trainer

Perry Wayne Ouzts – Jockey – Profile

Meet Perry Ouzts, The 66-Year-Old Jockey Who Won’t Quit April 24, 2020 Anne Marshall After 47 years, Perry Ouzts is still racing. (Mickie Winters) This article is more than 1 year old. On Jan. 29, 2006, Perry Ouzts was racing at Turfway Park in northern Kentucky on the back of a horse named Finders Chance. He was in second place, traveling at about 40 miles per hour when suddenly the horse collapsed. Perry and the horse hit the ground hard. Hours later,… Read More »Perry Wayne Ouzts – Jockey – Profile

MIC’D UP – BOB McCLURE

MIC’D UP presented by INFOTRAC Weekly segments will feature a different driver as they take you behind the scenes during a live race at Woodbine Mohawk Park!

MIC’D UP – JAMES MACDONALD

It has been a while since we brought you the famous Mic’d Up from Woodbine@Mohawk Park. This one is from a month ago with unique new camera angles. SEE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE AND SUBSCRIBE.  MIC’D UP presented by INFOTRAC Weekly segments will feature a different driver as they take you behind the scenes during a live race at Woodbine Mohawk Park!

MIC’D UP – SCOTT WRAY

Get in the driver’s seat and closer to the action with MIC’D UP presented by INFOTRAC Weekly segments will feature a different driver as they take you behind the scenes during a live race at Woodbine Mohawk Park!

MIC’D UP – JAMES MACDONALD

Get in the driver’s seat and closer to the action with MIC’D UP presented by INFOTRAC Weekly segments will feature a different driver as they take you behind the scenes during a live race at Woodbine Mohawk Park!

HANDICAPPING ANGLES

A couple of nights ago in a difficult NW1 race, my favorite angle popped up and I was so excited. In NW1 races they are very hard to handicap with horses not having much experience in these cases angles become way more important than let’s say top-level races. In this case, the angle I was working on was all about the driver, the trainer had driven this horse for his first couple of races but then his latest effort catch… Read More »HANDICAPPING ANGLES