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'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

Meeting Attendance Encouraged

February 5, 2016:

Via release, the four horsepeople behind a polarizing proposal for the Ontario horse racing industry have stated that they are cautiously optimistic about upcoming information sessions that have been announced by a new entity that goes by the name of the Ontario Racing on

Western Fair Ready To Kick Off Meet

October 5, 2015:

Trainer Mark Horner of St Marys, Ont. has said that he and other horsepeople are hoping The Raceway at The Western Fair District’s 2015-16 live racing meet can build on momentum achieved last season when overall and per-race wagering were up nearly 20 per on

‘Looooooooooou’ Turning Heads

November 27, 2013:

Mark Horner is the first to admit that he’s not a Toronto Maple Leafs fan, but when he hears the name Franceschetti, he can’t help but get on

O'Brien Winner Doesn't "Knee"d Surgery

April 3, 2012:

While most champion four-year-olds are either occupied in the breeding shed or prepping for the upcoming stakes season, Up The Credit is earning a little extra credit doing double duty this on

Horner Readying Three For Clinton Test

September 1, 2010:

Mark Horner will harness three starters in Sunday’s two-year-old pacing filly Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots event at Clinton Raceway, and the pragmatic trainer says two are still works in progress, while the other on

Horner On The Mistress In The Blizzard

January 13, 2010:

She may not have the profile of most of her counterparts but The Mistress enters Thursday’s $60,000 Blizzard Pacing Series final at Woodbine Racetrack as on

The Masters Passes

March 29, 2009:

Trot Insider has learned that veteran pacer The Masters recently passed on

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