Doug Anderson & Rita Eskudt

It started with the dream to buy two Northern Dancer fillies. Doug Anderson ascended on the Yearling Sale at Woodbine in the early 1980’s and quickly came to realize that the last of the great sireâ

David Anderson ~ Anderson Farms Ontario Inc.

The figure of speech ‘born into the business’ is often used metaphorically however for David Anderson he cannot remember a day that he did not eat, sleep, and breathe every aspect of the horse rac

Mitch & Marla Kursner ~ Carnegie Hill Stable

For Toronto native Mitch Kursner it was the golden days of racing that lured him into horse ownership. Mitch and his paternal grandfather were often among the fans that packed the grandstand to cheer

Sean & Dorothy Fitzhenry

Dorothy has always loved horses and rode them when she was a little girl. When she met and married Sean, he recalls a promise to his new bride that one day he would buy her a riding horse. Three decad

Bernard & Karen McCormack – Cara Bloodstock

Simply for the fun of it was the explanation behind the circumstance. An Anderson Farms bred filly in Bernard and Karen McCormack’s Cara Bloodstock consignment did not sell and seeing as the success

John Fielding

A Director on the Woodbine Board, John Fielding, may not be a household name on the Thoroughbred side of racing. Be that as it may he is quite well known and accomplished in Standardbred racing circle

Richard Day

Richard Day is a commercial breeder who has been racing a few of his homebreds under the guidance of his trainer and sister, Catherine Day Phillips for the past 21 years. Richard’s most notabl

Lindy Barrow

Devoted friendship inspires new generation of ownership It has been 26 years since Lindy Barrow posed with her family in the winner’s circle at Woodbine. Back then, the daughter of the late Helen Ga

Don Ferguson

Photo from left to right – Don Ferguson with daughter Delaney, wife Maureen, daughter Annie and son Jack The next generation Don Ferguson has recently embarked on what would be deemed, the next