Frank McMahon

Thoroughbred Legend   Time Magazine called Frank McMahon the “man who did the most to open up Northwest Canada’s wilderness, and convinced oilmen of its treasures.” He was also a major contributor to Thoroughbred horse racing in Canada and his … Continue reading


Legend On a warm Wednesday afternoon, July 1, 1767, the first organized horse racing event in Canada was staged on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. The victory by Modesty, a mare ridden by Captain Prescott, would herald a … Continue reading