Global Access Lives Up To Expectations In Marine Stakes

Eight-time Sovereign Award-winning jockey Patrick Husbands had full confidence in Live Oak Plantation’s homebred colt Global Access heading into the Grade 3 Marine Stakes and the three-year-old son of Giant’s Causeway lived up to his expectations winning the 1-1/16-mile main track event in 1:42.83 on Saturday at Woodbine Racetrack. Hoffa’s Union established the lead out […]

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Casse Continues Hot Streak With Victory By Souper Tapit In Woodbine’s Eclipse Stakes

Trainer Mark Casse completed a sweep of the Victoria Day long weekend stakes at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Canada, as Souper Tapit prevailed in a photo finish in Monday’s Grade 2 Eclipse Stakes. With Patrick Husbands aboard, Live Oak Plantation’s homebred Souper Tapit defeated his determined rival Mr Ritz in a head bob at the […]

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Federal Law Carries Team Casse Momentum Through Queenston Stakes Win

After celebrating former Woodbine runner War of Will’s Preakness Stakes victory yesterday at Pimlico, Canadian Hall of Fame trainer Mark Casse carried his winning momentum into Sunday’s 10-race program at the Toronto oval with a grand slam including the featured $125,000 Queenston Stakes for three-year-olds. Casse has dominated recent stakes action at Woodbine, sweeping the […]

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Champion Are You Kidding Me Seeks Fourth Eclipse Stakes

Multiple Sovereign Award champion and millionaire Are You Kidding Me goes for the Grade 2 Eclipse Stakes grand slam, Holiday Monday at Woodbine. A 12-time winner from 42 career starts, nine-year-old Are You Kidding Me will look to add to his record trio of wins in the 1 1/16-mile event for four-year-olds and upwards. Trained […]

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Power Gal Powers Home On Top In Selene

Jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson worked out a perfect pocket trip aboard Power Gal to take the $125,000 Selene Stakes (Grade 3) for three-year-old fillies in a mild upset on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack. After winning the Selene last year with Miss Mo Mentum, the combination of trainer Mark Casse and owner Gary Barber struck again […]

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Summer Sunday Makes The Most Of Spring Saturday In Ballade Stakes

It was a super spring Saturday for Summer Sunday as the four-year-old filly added the $100,000 Ballade Stakes to her resume in her Woodbine comeback. With her Ontario Sires Stakes romp in the six-furlong distaff feature, the Silent Name-Dancing Allstar filly is now a five-time winner in as many starts over the Woodbine course for […]

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‘I’m Meant To Be Here’: Stein Back In The Saddle After A Three-Year Retirement

After announcing his retirement in 2016, jockey Justin Stein will resume riding and competing in the sport he loves this weekend at Woodbine Racetrack. “It had almost gotten to the point where I had fully written off horse racing as something that I would do again,” said Stein, who spent two and half years living […]

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Pink Lloyd Three-Peats In Season-Opening Jacques Cartier

Making his season’s debut on Saturday afternoon, Canada’s reigning Champion Male Sprinter Pink Lloyd won the third straight edition of the $125,000 Jacques Cartier Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack. The six-furlong Jacques Cartier, which was upgraded from Listed Status to Grade 3 this year, is for horses four years old and up. The field of a […]

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Da Silva Caps Six-Win Day With Wando Stakes Victory

Jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva capped off a six-race win streak on Sunday afternoon’s card at Woodbine by taking the $100,000 Wando Stakes with three-year-old colt Skywire. Queen’s Plate prospect Skywire stalked fellow Mark Casse trainee Federal Law through early fractions of :24.19, :47.85 and 1:11.01 in the two-turn main track feature. Da Silva then […]

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Souper Success Makes A Statement With Woodstock Win

With Jesse Campbell aboard for his second stakes win through the first two weekends of the Woodbine meet, Souper Success pulled off a 16-1 upset with a late rally in the $100,000 Woodstock for three-year-olds on Saturday. A supplemental entry in the six-furlong sprint, Souper Success dueled past the favorites down the stretch to prevail […]

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