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February 2017

  • Trot Feature - Joe Faucher

    Outspoken and Out For Change

    When Joe Faucher envisions the future, he pictures big things. As he takes the helm at the Quebec Jockey Club, the optimistic leader is intent on taking horse racing in the province to new levels. By Paul on

  • Trot Feature - Joe Faucher

    Franc et à la recherche de changements

    Quand Joe Faucher regarde vers l’avenir, il voit de grandes choses. Au moment de prendre les commandes du Québec Jockey Club, l’objectif du leader optimiste est de relancer les courses de chevaux de la province vers de nouveaux niveaux. Par Paul Delean // Traduction Louise Rioux on

  • Breeding

    Breeding The Best: Advice From the Pros

    The breeding business is not a perfect science, and success is far from guaranteed. But, when you do things the right way, your chances are greatly on

  • MERF


    From a renewed optimism in the Ontario horse racing industry comes a breeding facility built to grow alongside. By Perry Lefko on

  • Bill Loyens

    Swan Song

    For Bill Loyens, a lifetime of owning and breeding standardbreds may be winding down, but the love of horses that he first experienced almost 60 years ago, has never disappeared. By Chris on

  • D Gs Camme

    Blissfully Aware

    When PEI’s Ronnie Matheson went looking to purchase a Blissfull Hall yearling back in 2011, he was successful. In that very same colt he also found a future Maritime superstar that would become his horse-of-a-lifetime. By Melissa Keith on

  • Post Time

    Post Time with Dan Gall

    In early January as I was watching the World Junior Hockey gold medal game between Canada and the United States, I felt terribly disappointed at the end, when after three hours of incredibly exciting hockey, we watched the gold medal awarded with a passive, slow and boring on

  • The View

    An Unforgettable Legacy

    It was September 1st, 2001 and the $1.1 million Metro Pace was heading to the gate. As the field approached the first turn, a son of Matts Scooter named Mach Three was working hard to take the early on

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