Will we ever see these records broken? Thanks, Bob Heyden; this is awesome info February 11, 2021 by Bob Heyden Twenty-five things we may never see again in harness racing: … Read More
The Little Horse That Changed the Face of Racing Northern Dancer, the feisty stallion from Ontario’s Windfields Farm, exploded the myth that Canadian-bred horses could not compete on the world … Read More
Originally Published America’s Best Racing LEGENDS March 4th, 2021 BY J. Keeler Johnson Hall of Fame jockey Earl Sande aboard 1930 Triple Crown winner Gallant Fox (BloodHorse/Keeneland Library) When Justify completed his … Read More
On this day in 1969, Barbara Jo Rubin became the first female jockey to win a recognized race in the United States!
The Jockey Club of Canada has announced that Sam-Son Farm will be presented with the Special Sovereign Award during the 46th annual Sovereign Awards Ceremony. The Special Sovereign Award honours … Read More