All Along

Thoroughbred French-bred filly All Along (FR), trained by Frenchman Patrick Louis Biancone and ridden for most of her career by Walter Swinburn, was the first winner of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (G1) to race in Canada winning the … Read more

Lexie Lou

Thoroughbred Bred by late Hall of Fame Builder Dr. Michael Colterjohn’s Paradox Farms, in Caledon, ON, Sligo Bay-sired Lexie Lou was purchased in the 2012 CTHS Yearling Sale by Owner/Trainer John Ross who directed her 2-yr-old campaign of 8 starts … Read more

Josie Carroll

Thoroughbred Trainer Since establishing her own stable in 1994 Josie Carroll has accumulated 796 wins, including 44 graded stakes in both Canada and the USA and earnings exceeding  $44.8 million in 4,786 starts for owners the likes of CHRHF Honoured … Read more

Mickey Walls

Jockey A career in racing was inevitable for Mickey Walls, born in Vancouver, BC to horse racing parents, trainer Joe Walls (recently deceased) and mother Carol who is still actively involved the industry.  Walls began riding professionally at Vancouver’s Exhibition … Read more

Bory Margolus

Thoroughbred Builder Based in Alberta, the late Bory Margolus was a successful business executive who would also become a leading force in Western Canada’s thoroughbred racing industry.  From the time he purchased his first horse in 1952 until his retirement … Read more

Angus Hall

Standardbred As a racehorse Angus Hall earned $830,654 in 26 lifetime starts and took a mark of 1:54.3.  In 26 lifetime starts over two racing seasons, the regally-bred son of Garland Lobell – Amour Angus, bred by Québec’s Ferme Angus, … Read more

Tricky Tooshie

Standardbred Tricky Tooshie was bred and owned during her racing career by Laurent Bergevin of Québec.  Trainers included her co-breeder Jean L. Deblois, followed by Rick Zeron and then Linda Bedard.  As a two-year-old she raced in Québec where she … Read more