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Old Forester Colt Tops CTHS Ontario Winter Mixed Sale

The annual Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society Winter Mixed Sale was held Nov. 23 at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion in Toronto, Ontario, where 135 cataloged horses resulted in 70 sold for a total of $344,800 (Canadian), up 120 percent from $156,700 in 2018. The average increased by 70 percent from $2,902 to $4,926, with the median […]

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CTHS Ontario Canadian Premier Yearling Sale Catalogs 273

The catalog for the 2019 Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society: Ontario Division Canadian Premier Yearling Sale is now online, featuring 273 entries. The auction will take place Thursday, Aug. 29 at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion on the grounds of Woodbine Racetrack in Rexdale, Ontario, beginning at noon, Eastern. Graduates are eligible for a series of sales […]

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Weanling Violence Colt Tops CTHS Ontario Winter Mixed Sale

The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (Ontario Division) Winter Mixed Sale held Nov. 24 at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion in Toronto, Ontario, closed with across-the-board gains, led by a weanling colt by Kentucky sire Violence. A total of 81 horses were cataloged, resulting in 54 sold for a total gross of $156,700 (Canadian dollars) up from […]

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Canadian Premier Yearling Sale Sees Declines In Average, Horses Sold

Two hundred and four (204) horses were sold at the Canadian Premier Yearling Sale (CTHS Ontario), which took place at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion on August 31. The gross of $3,630,000 was a slight increase over 2016, but the average price declined from $19,236 in 2016 to $17,794.12 in 2017, a 7.5 percent decrease. The […]

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Canada: CTHS Announces $12M, Five-Year Breeders Incentive Program

On October 31, 2013 the Board of the CTHS Ontario unanimously endorsed and then delivered a paper to the Minister of Agriculture/Premier, as well as Messrs.’ John Snobelen, Elmer Buchanan, John Wilkinson and Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Mrs. Deb Stark, entitled “Measures Necessary To Save The Ontario Thoroughbred Industry”. The organization’s mission statement was “to […]

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