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Dragon Again Retired From Stud Duty

April 12, 2017:

Dragon Again, a sire of the winners of more than $124 million, has been officially retired from stallion duties effective Tuesday (April 11) on

WEG's Jamie Martin To Retire

April 7, 2017:

After 17 years of dedication, innovation and leadership, Executive Vice President of Racing Jamie Martin has announced that he will retire from Woodbine Entertainment Group at the conclusion of the 2017 Thoroughbred meet in on

More HOF Honours For Campbell

March 26, 2017:

A guest on The Meadowlands' In The Sulky pre-race show on Friday, March 24, John Campbell discussed plans for his final drives with Bob 'Hollywood' Heyden, who announced that harness racing's all-time leading driver will be inducted into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame this on

Bee A Magician Retired

March 24, 2017:

Trot Insider has learned that Bee A Magician, one of the best Canadian-sired horses to ever set foot on the racetrack, has been retired at the age of seven and will start a broodmare on

Campbell On Career Transition

March 19, 2017:

"It's something I'm really looking forward to. I've had a great run driving, but it will come to a close." on

Campbell Confirms Driving Retirement

March 18, 2017:

What started in London, Ont. in June 1972 will come to a close 45 years later as harness racing's all-time winningest driver, Canadian-born John Campbell will retire from active competition this on

Successful S-Breds In Second Career

March 1, 2017:

If you ever happen to go for a carriage ride at Maymont Park in Richmond, Virginia, check out the stock up front, as you will see a couple of Standardbreds with combined purse earnings of more than $1 on

Mission Brief Retired, Sold

February 22, 2017:

Trot Insider has learned that world champion trotting mare Mission Brief has been retired and on

Standardbred Canada's So Retires

January 31, 2017:

On Monday, January 30, Rosenna So, Standardbred Canada’s Chief Financial Officer since its inception in 1998, officially retired from her position after 33 years of dedicated service to the Canadian Standardbred on

Blissfull Hall Comes Home

January 27, 2017:

It was 17 years ago that Blissfull Hall was named Canada's Horse of the Year, and 17 years ago that he started his stud career. Now the pacing Triple Crown winner is coming home after concluding his years as a on

Divine Caroline To Be Retired, Bred

January 24, 2017:

It has been announced that Dan Patch and Breeders Crown winner Divine Caroline p,3,1:49.2 ($880,335) has been sold and will be retired and bred this on

Surrealist Doubles Up At Truro

January 15, 2017:

After topping the North American standings for wins last year, veteran pacer Surrealist is off to a perfect start in 2017 as he made it two-for-two in the top class at Truro Raceway on Sunday afternoon (January 15) on

“He’s The Right Horse For Me”

January 12, 2017:

He raced 90 miles over North American Standardbred raceways during his career, but it is the 600 trail miles that Rum Tuff Customer has trotted for his new owner, Suzanne Horne, that have made him the subject of yet another successful racehorse retirement on

Barona Lilac Retired

January 10, 2017:

Trot Insider has learned that Barona Lilac, who has given so much both on and off the track during her career, has been retired. Now all of those that have loved watching the pacer on the track, or have been a benefactor of her philanthropic endeavours, are invited to come out and honour on

Terry Retiring From Delaware Fair

January 9, 2017:

Phil Terry, the director of marketing for the Delaware County Fair, has announced his retirement, effective January 31, on

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