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‘Fantastic Day’ At Spring Showcase

Published: May 14, 2017 1:58 pm ET

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Organizers with The Stable’s (thestable.ca) Spring Showcase have told Trot Insider that they are very pleased with how the Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 14) open house has gone, and have cited a positive vibe and solid turnout of potential investors at the Tomiko Training Centre in Campbellville, Ont.

Spectators line the rail to watch two-year-olds train at The Stable’s Spring Showcase at Tomiko Training Centre on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, 2017 (SC Photo)

As of early afternoon, more than 300 people were on-hand for the event, which features Mother’s Day promotions, activities for kids, and The Stable’s two-year-olds in training participating in training sets for those in attendance.

To watch ‘The Stable’s Spring Showcase live, click here.

A drone captures footage of one of the sets of two-year-olds going a training mile at Tomiko Training Centre on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, 2017 (SC Photo)

The crowd has been big crowd, the energy has been positive, and all those in attendance, including the organizers, are happy with the way things have gone.

"It's a fantastic day, a huge crowd, great weather and seems like a real success,” Anthony MacDonald told Trot Insider. “Most of the people here are new people and completely new to the industry. That is good for The Stable, and, more importantly, for the entire industry."

Anthony MacDonald, pictured readying one of The Stable’s two-year-olds during the Spring Showcase at the Tomiko Training Centre in Campbellville, Ont. on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, 2017 (SC Photo)

O’Brien Award winning driver Jody Jamieson, just one of the top reinsman steering horses at the open house, told Trot Insider that he is pleased with the day has gone, and stated that The Stable is attracting interest in the industry.

"Any new idea is a great idea,” Jamieson told Trot Insider. “Anthony is creating investors and fans. Once you get involved, it gets it in your blood. Once it's in your blood, it's there to stay. I'm happy to help out."

Spectators watch two-year-olds train at The Stable’s Spring Showcase at Tomiko Training Centre on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, 2017 (SC Photo)

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