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Trot Feature - James MacDonald

Catch (drive) A Rising Star

While he may be from a harness racing family, James MacDonald didn’t aspire in his early years to become a professional driver. But once he turned his attention to the craft, there was no stopping him.

By Melissa on

Trot Feature - James MacDonald

Une étoile montante : le conducteur de relève

Soyez rassuré, vous avez très bien réussi en tant que meilleur conducteur canadien avec des statistiques telles que celles de James on

Roger Huston's Jug Favourite Moments

The Voice Weighs In

There aren’t many people in this world who have had a better view of the Little Brown Jug than Roger Huston. In advance of this month’s 69th edition of the race, TROT asked the Hall of Fame racecaller to choose his favourite moments from the past five decades.

By Hannah on

The New Meadowlands

A bright new hope with an uncertain future

With a shiny new facility, and an owner with a passion for the sport, there is optimism in the state of New Jersey. But without the security of casino gaming, the long term health of racing at the Big M remains uncertain.

By Dave Little on

Fraser Downs

Taking Control of their Destiny

Through partnership and investment, the horsepeople of British Columbia are taking responsibility, and aiming high, when it comes to the future of harness racing in the province.

By Sheldon on

The View

Winning Is Not Everything

In professional sports, the conventional thinking is that on-field performance results in off-field attendance. If a team is struggling at selling tickets, many would hypothesize that winning will solve the on

Point De Vue

Gagner n’est pas tout

En sports professionnels, la pensée conventionnelle veut qu’un niveau de performance sur le terrain résulte en une assistance hors terrain. Si une équipe a de la difficulté à vendre ses billets, plusieurs personnes émettraient l’hypothèse que la victoire résoudrait le problè on

SC News

Family Matters

We are very fortunate in the horse industry that we have people with a tremendous passion for horses and our business, often times passed down through generations. Look around our breeding farms or racetracks, and it is not unusual to see two or three generations working together caring for their on

SC News (French)

Affaires de famille

Nous sommes très chanceux, nous de l’industrie des courses de chevaux de pouvoir compter sur des gens portant une immense passion pour les chevaux et notre industrie, bien souvent léguées de génération en génération. Regardez dans nos fermes d’élevage ou nos hippodromes, il n’est pas rare de voir deux ou trois générations travaillant ensemble aux soins de leurs on

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