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Komodo Beach Hits His Stride For Ritchie

September 15, 2021:

There was a point in time that Hall of Famer Trevor Ritchie thought Komodo Beach would never make it to the races, but the retired reinsman has since watched one of the first horses he’s owned in a decade make an incredible turnaround and pace 1:48.4 as a three-year-old at The Red Mile on his way to this Sunday’s $250,000 Kentucky Sire Stakes on

The Best Two-Year-Old I've Driven

May 24, 2021:

TROT reached out to many of the sport’s leading reinsmen and asked them not only to share who the best two-year-old that they had ever driven was, but also if they could remember when it became apparent to them that the horse in question was more special than most of the on / continuer à lire

'Trottin Trev' Tickled With Pacer

September 24, 2020:

Trevor Ritchie was back to victory lane Thursday evening at Woodbine Mohawk Park, but it was a visit in which he was decked out in street clothes as opposed to the black and white silks that fans at the Campbellville oval grew accustomed to seeing time and time on

Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame Board & Committee Updates

November 20, 2019:

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame today announced some changes to its Board of Directors, Nomination and Election committees, as well as a change to the nomination and election on

Thank You, From Trevor Ritchie

August 13, 2019:

"The reason for this letter is to once again thank everyone that has played a part in my road to the [Hall of Fame]. Bill Herbert is the man that changed my life, and started me down this road, but along the way there were countless others - owners, trainers and caretakers alike - that all contributed to my success" on

2019 Hall Of Fame Photo Gallery

August 11, 2019:

Presentation photos from this year's Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony are now available on

Hall Of Fame Welcomes Class Of 2019

August 7, 2019:

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame welcomed its Class of 2019 at the Induction Gala on Wednesday, August 7 at the Mississauga Convention on

Ritchie: Aggressive But Smart

August 6, 2019:

When it came to being at one’s best when the big money was on the line, few drivers, if any, were better than Trevor Ritchie. The diminutive man with the ice in his veins recounts some of his greatest moments on the track in advance of his induction into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of on

Thank You, Trevor

June 23, 2019:

"I was dumbfounded. A top catch-driver like him was actually asking me, a green teenager, my opinion about what was about to occur on the track? Was someone playing a joke on me? Was this for an episode of Candid Camera?" on / continuer à lire

From Legends Day Fan To Driver

June 14, 2019:

Two years ago, driver Trevor Ritchie came to Legends Day at Clinton Raceway as a fan. On Sunday, June 23, he will be suiting up in his black and white colours as the newest addition to the Legends Day on

Ritchie To Drive In Legends Day Trot

June 4, 2019:

There’s always something new at Clinton Raceway’s popular Legends Day celebration, and the 10th edition of the biennial event, which has been set for Sunday, June 23, is no on

Reaction From The Class Of 2019

April 10, 2019:

Trot Insider has gathered reaction from the 2019 Standardbred inductees into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of on

Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame Class Of 2019 Announced

April 9, 2019:

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame Class of 2019 features international stars of the industry, two horses bred in Québec, a female trainer and individuals representing British Columbia, Alberta and on

Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame 2019 Ballot Announced

March 25, 2019:

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame is pleased to announce its 2019 ballot. A total of 30 people and horses comprised of 15 Standardbred and 15 Thoroughbred candidates have been selected to appear on the voting on

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

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