Jockey Melanie Pinto

January 1, 1900 Melanie Pinto stands 5’0″  tall and tips the scale at 105 pounds. But, don’t let the tale of the tape fool you – once the gate opens, the … Read More


MAY 10, 2022 Each week, a familiar Woodbine Mohawk Park personality will step into the spotlight to answer a handful of fun, offbeat questions, while giving readers a unique perspective … Read More

About Barbara D. Livingston

Barbara D. Livingston is among the country’s most respected horse racing photographers. Chief photographer for the Daily Racing Form, her own images cover a span of a half-century.  She is a … Read More


APRIL 11, 2022 Michelle Olson guides Eastbound Eddie through the WMP test barn, their first of many experiences together. (Supplied)  Each week, a familiar Woodbine Mohawk Park horseperson will step … Read More

Ashleigh Hensley — Trainer

March 26, 2022 by Victoria Howard Some horse people come from a harness racing family, and others do not. For Ashleigh Hensley, her parents Ron and Jodie Cullen, and her … Read More


Kelly is an award-winning, internationally renowned marketing professional. She cut her teeth in the equine industry. She is an exceptional storyteller with a flair for creative problem-solving. Her capacity to … Read More

Apprentice Jockey Morrison Scores

 Her First NYRA Circuit Victory by NYRA Press Office|12.19.2021|7:58pm Canadian-born apprentice jockey Ailsa Morrison, a 23-year-old native of Moncton, New Brunswick, picked up her first NYRA circuit win Friday at Aqueduct … Read More

Turenne Reflects On Rookie Season

 Published: November 6, 2021 11:30 am EDT Nobody will be sorrier than Jessica Turenne to see the end of the 2021 season at Hippodrome 3R. The 25-year-old has come into her own … Read More

Dr. Melissa McKee of McKee-Pownall Equine Instructor

McKee To Instruct Injury/Lameness Course In Featured, News by COSAJanuary 27, 2022 Dr. Melissa McKee of McKee-Pownall Equine has been announced as the course instructor for Equine Guelph’s “Racehorse Injury/Lameness Prevention & Care” … Read More