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Moore Discusses His Weekend Trio

May 29, 2014:

"He's got a heart of gold and he'll just keep going until the sun goes down. He's like that when I train him, when I race him...he's not a horse that pulls up when you train him, you have to pull him up." on

ORC Issues Trio Of Rulings

January 6, 2014:

On Monday, January 6, the Ontario Racing Commission released a trio of rulings in regard to appeals by Thomas Durand, Dr. David Grant and Dr. Ian on

ORC Rules On Appeals

October 3, 2013:

On Thursday, October 3, the Ontario Racing Commission released its rulings regarding the appeals of licensees Dan Creighton, Kelly Goodwin, Richard Moreau, Keith Cassell and Dr. Ian on

Arthur Blue Chip Scratched

August 30, 2013:

Arthur Blue Chip, who was installed the 7/2 second choice to win Saturday's $683,000 Metro Pace at Mohawk, has been scratched due to on

Dr. Moore On $135K Shadow Play Colt

July 18, 2013:

During Shadow Play’s exceptional racing career Dr. Ian Moore called the pacer one of the toughest horses he had ever worked with, so when the stallion’s first crop of Ontario yearlings went on the auction block last fall the Guelph resident was willing to invest some on

Eighteen Romps In Gold Cup & Saucer

August 18, 2012:

Eighteen went wire-to-wire in a 1:51 track record equalling performance to win the 53rd edition of the $60,000 Sobey's Gold Cup & Saucer, which wrapped Old Home Week festivities on Saturday evening at Charlottetown Driving on

New Owners 'Treasure' Cup Colt

June 16, 2012:

Sally and Sophie MacDonald never expected the little colt known as State Treasurer would have such a big impact on their lives. They can't even begin to fathom how they'd react if the Dr. Ian Moore trainee takes all the spoils in the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup, Saturday night at Mohawk on

Dr. Moore Discusses NA Cup Eligibles

May 1, 2012:

Trainer Dr. Ian Moore is hoping one of his three-year-old pacing colts, State Treasurer, Spinarama or Ontheclock Hanover, can travel the same path as last year’s Pepsi North America Cup on

Moore Injured In Training Accident

July 30, 2011:

Dr. Ian Moore, trainer of Delvin Miller Adios finalist Eighteen, suffered four cracked ribs in a training mishap Friday at The on

Moore Crunches The Number 'Eighteen'

June 8, 2011:

In the second of Saturday’s three eliminations for the Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack, the Dr. Ian Moore-trained colt Eighteen will start from Post 5 with driver Paul on

Moore Sues University Of PEI

January 3, 2011:

According to a report on CBC News, Dr. Ian Moore is suing the University of Prince Edward Island for $250,000 after being denied a six-month leave of absence last fall and then being forced to retire last on

Can Malicious Bounce Back?

June 18, 2010:

Ranked as one of the top five sophomore pacing colts heading into the 2010 season, Malicious was on track for a smooth ride into the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup; however, his racing luck on

Moore Comments On His Sophomores

May 10, 2010:

Two entered, one scratched. After the races at Woodbine Racetrack on Saturday night, trainer Dr. Ian Moore assessed Wellthereyougo's performance and provided an update on the scratch of on

Malicious Returns

April 22, 2010:

On Wednesday morning one of the top rated pacing colts set foot on the track for his first qualifier of the season, and that colt was on

"The Best Two-Year-Old We've Had"

March 31, 2010:

With the same ownership group that captured a Little Brown Jug in 2008, the connections of Malicous will aim for more hardware as their three-year-old ranks as a top 10 selection for Trot Magazine's Pepsi North America Cup Spring on

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