view counter
view counter

Informative COSA TV Session

May 24, 2020:

As the countdown to racing continues, there are many questions that still exist for horsepeople in Ontario as the harness racing community will have to adjust to a new on

Ontario's Return To Racing On COSA TV

May 23, 2020:

The return of live harness racing in Ontario will be the topic of discussion during this Sunday night’s live edition of COSA on

Horner Busy During Shutdown

April 24, 2020:

“Right now we’re fortunate that we are essential to the care of these horses. We’re still hard at it every day, waiting on a green light to go and when we get it we’ll be ready!” on

Class Act Goes Out A Winner

January 30, 2020:

Trot Insider has learned that open class pacing mare The Joy Luck Club has been retired following her start on Thursday (Jan. 30) at Flamboro on

Horner On COSA’s Marketing/Promotions

January 22, 2020:

“So now [COSA has been] entrusted with the responsibility to bring awareness – marketing, promotion – for our industry, and we’re doing things that I think will have an impact.” on

A Message From SC's Chair

October 25, 2019:

Welcome everyone from around the world to Woodbine Mohawk Park! We are all wishing for an outstanding weekend to the Best of the on

Horner Elected New SC Chair

February 2, 2019:

On Saturday, February 2, Standardbred Canada elected its Officers and Executive Committee for on

Local Reaction To Western Fair Situation

January 13, 2019:

In light of Gateway Casinos’ announcement that it has leased land for development elsewhere in London, Ont., the CBC has taken a trip to The Raceway at Western Fair District to discuss the topic of gaming potentially leaving the stalwart harness on

Horner Calls For Government Support

January 3, 2019:

Horsepeople in southwestern Ontario are being encouraged to contact their local MPPs and politicians of all levels to express a message of urgency regarding the future of harness racing at The Raceway at Western Fair District. Horseman Mark Horner is sharing his own letter, addressed to Premier Doug on

'Joy'-Filled Season For Horner

February 2, 2018:

Despite a winless freshman campaign, The Joy Luck Club blossomed into a champion filly at three, capturing the $225,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Super Final at Mohawk to cap a 14-win season. And for Mark Horner, the journey of his homebred from troubled beginnings on the racetrack to an O’Brien Award nomination has been a dream come on

Western Fair Discussions Continue

November 13, 2017:

The London Free Press has published an article about the ongoing discussions in regard to future gaming and potential expansion at the Western Fair on

Early Patience Paying Dividends

October 2, 2017:

“We really focused on preparing her for a lifetime of racing. It was about doing the right thing and ensuring she developed in the right way. People speak of the fact she didn’t win in 10 starts (last year as a juvenile), but we loved her at two.” on

Colville Re-Elected As SC Chair

January 28, 2017:

On Friday, January 27, Standardbred Canada elected its Officers & Executive Committee for on

Button Up A Life Changer

September 13, 2016:

“I think like all great horses, he had the will to compete and win and he was tough as nails. He had great gate speed and was sound for a lot of years.” on

Button Up Retired

June 2, 2016:

Button Up, one of the most recognizable names in Ontario harness racing over the past decade, has officially hung up his horse shoes at age on

view counter

© 2020 Standardbred Canada. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement and compliance with the legal disclaimer and privacy policy.

Firefox 3 Best with IE 7 Built with Drupal