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Canadians’ Career-Changing Hambo

August 2, 2018:

A few seconds can change your life – in this case, 113.2 seconds, to be precise. When the Doug McIntosh-trained and Trevor Ritchie-driven Yankee Paco won the 2000 Hambletonian and became the first Canadian-sired horse to win racing's most prestigious event for sophomore trotters, the careers of those involved would never be the on

Life Changer For Doug McIntosh

August 22, 2016:

“There have been a lot of other great horses that I’ve really enjoyed and made me a lot more money and brought me a lot more success, but this filly was dear to me and she would try so hard every time.” on

Grassroots Action On Canada Day

June 29, 2015:

“The Grassroots is not easy racing now, it’s pretty solid. It’s a good quality of racing, and that’s what we’re after.” on

Doug McIntosh Retiring

April 1, 2015:

It has been announced that trainer Doug McIntosh, developer of Hambletonian winner Yankee Paco and countless other stakes stars, is retiring from on

Pettapiece Meets McIntosh Bros.

November 15, 2013:

Randy Pettapiece, the Perth-Wellington MPP that serves as the PC critic for rural affairs and horse racing, was in LaSalle, Ont. on Thursday to discuss the state of the harness racing industry with two of the sport's top on

McIntosh High On Peaceful Way Starter

September 9, 2013:

Earlier this season, trainer Doug McIntosh didn’t truly know the kind of quality his Peaceful Way starter, Danica Hall, possessed. But after just six starts, it’s clear to most she could be any on

ORC Releases Four Rulings

January 21, 2013:

On Monday, January 21, the Ontario Racing Commission released its rulings into appeals by horsemen Nick Boyd, Mike Lamoureux, Doug McIntosh and Jack on

Windsor Raceway Remembered

November 19, 2012:

Horsemen, employees and fans of the now-shuttered Windsor Raceway congregated last night (Sunday, November 18) in Tecumseth at Canadian Legion Branch 594 to reflect on what was a great run at the historic five-eighths mile on

Sooner Than Later Ready To Get Back To Work

September 25, 2009:

After winning the first Gold Final, Sooner Than Later failed to advance out of the elimination round in the second and third Gold Series events, so trainer Doug McIntosh on

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