Keyword: Emma-Jayne Wilson

  • Bangkok and Emma-Jayne Wilson win the Valedictory

    Bangkok Upsets Melmich in Valedictory

    Gail Wood and Dr. Ruth Barbour's homebred and longshot Bangkok nabbed odds-on favorite Melmich at the wire to win the Valedictory Stakes (Can-III) Dec. 4 at Woodbine. 

  • Interpol wins the Sky Classic Stakes.

    Interpol Upsets Sky Classic

    Interpol was the longest shot on the board but the first at the wire in the $200,000 Sky Classic Stakes (Can-IIT) at Woodbine, earning his first graded victory in his second attempt at that level Aug. 16.

  • Danish Dynaformer wins the Plate Trial Stakes.

    Danzig Moon Breakdown Mars Plate Trial

    Danish Dynaformer closed gamely to win the $150,000 Plate Trial by three-quarters of a length June 14 at Woodbine, but the Queen's Plate prep race was marred by the fatal breakdown of Danzig Moon.

  • Turkish wins the Valedictory Stakes.

    Valedictory Distance Just Right for Turkish

    Favored Turkish gave longtime owner Lawrence Cordes an early Christmas gift when he held on to win the marathon-distance Valedictory Stakes (Can-III) on closing day of the 2014 meet at Woodbine.

  • Lexie Lou won the 2013 South Ocean Stakes.

    Lexie Lou Heads Ontario Lassie

    J.R. Racing Stable's Lexie Lou looks to continue her recent success Dec. 14 in the $150,000 Ontario Lassie Stakes at Woodbine following a three-length victory in the South Ocean Stakes.

  • Bear No Joke upsets the Kennedy Road Stakes at Woodbine.

    Bear No Joke Pulls Kennedy Road Upset

    Bear No Joke caught reigning Canadian champion sprinter and pacesetter Essence Hit Man in midstretch and edged past for a 17-1 upset victory in the Kennedy Road Stakes (Can-II) Nov. 30 at Woodbine.

  • Llanarmon and Emma-Jayne Wilson take the Natalma.

    Llanarmon Wins Accident-Marred Natalma

    Avoiding trouble near the eighth pole when favored Ready to Act bore in sharply and hit the rail, Harlequin Ranches' Llanarmon surged between rivals to post a victory in the $200,000 Natalma Stakes (Can-IIT) at Woodbine.

  • Hunters Bay wins the Dominion Day Stakes.

    Hunters Bay Handles Distance in Dominion Day

    Odds-on choice Hunters Bay had no problem with the 1 1/4-mile distance in his first try, putting away Pender Harbour in deep stretch to post a one-length victory in the $204,961 Dominion Day Stakes (Can-III) at Woodbine.

  • City Wolf wins the Durham Cup.

    City Wolf Runs Streak to Four in Durham Cup

    City Wolf, making his stakes debut, shook loose of his rivals at the head of the stretch to register his fourth consecutive victory for trainer Reade Baker in the $144,589 Durham Cup (Can-III) at Woodbine Oct. 2.

  • Winward Islands wins the Nijinsky Stakes.

    Windward Islands Sails to Nijinsky Defense

    Windward Islands collared odds-on choice Fifty Proof just past mid-stretch and edged away in the closing strides to successfully defend his title in the $329,793 Nijinsky Stakes (Can-IIT) on a yielding Woodbine turf course.

  • Moonshine Mullin wins the Victoria Park Stakes.

    Moonshine Mullin Brews Victoria Park Surprise

    Passed in mid-stretch, pacesetter Moonshine Mullin fought back along the rail for jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson to capture the $155,685 Victoria Park Stakes by a nose over Alpha Bettor in a big upset at Woodbine June 12.

  • Emma-Jayne Wilson celebrates victory in the Pimlico Female Jockey Challenge.

    Wilson Wins Pimlico Female Jockey Challenge

    When Canadian Emma-Jayne Wilson won the inaugural $30,000 Pimlico Female Jockey Challenge at Pimlico Race Course in Maryland May 20, it was a no-brainer for her to turn around and donate the winner's share to a worthy cause.

  • Free Fee Lady Collects Bison City Shocker

    Free Fee Lady collected the pieces when 1-10 favorite Embur's Song burnt out in upper stretch, drawing away to a four-length win for jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson in the $241,851 Bison City Stakes at Woodbine July 11.

  • Southdale comes home strong to win the Eclipse Stakes.

    Southdale Makes the Grade in Eclipse Stakes

    Lightly-raced Southdale, a 4-year-old son of Street Cry, took over from pacesetter Fatal Bullet in mid-stretch and held off Stunning Stag by three-quarters of a length to win the Eclipse Stakes (Can-III) June 5 at Woodbine.

  • Smokey Fire is in control in the Kennedy Road.

    Smokey Fire Blazes to Kennedy Road Win

    Smokey Fire, making his stakes debut for trainer Sid Attard, took the lead approaching mid-stretch and held off Field Commission for a three-quarters of a length victory in the $159,787 Kennedy Road (Can-III) at Woodbine Nov. 21.

  • Artie Hot overtakes favorite True Metropolitan to win the Chinese Cultural Centre Seagram Cup at Woodbine.

    Artie Hot Burns Favorite in Seagram Cup

    Artie Hot slipped through an opening along the rail to challenge even-money choice True Metropolitan at the eighth pole and gamely prevailed in the $148,281 Chinese Cultural Centre Seagram Cup (Can-III) at Woodbine July 27.

  • Whyte Earns Top Honors in IJC

    Douglas Whyte aimed for a record and stole a title in a remarkable night of action at Happy Valley Racecourse Dec. 5, with an adoring public roaring their approval for the new Cathay Pacific International Jockeys Championship hero.

  • Like a Gem

    Like a Gem Stops Monashee's Streak

    Like a Gem ran her winning streak to three races in the US$219,564 Maple Leaf Nov. 10 while spoiling the Woodbine debut of Western Canada invader Monashee, who was looking for her 12th consecutive win.

  • Wilson Quickly Finds Fair Grounds' Win Circle

    It didn't take top Canadian jockey and North America's 2005 Eclipse Award-winning apprentice rider Emma-Jayne Wilson long to visit the winner's circle at Fair Grounds.

  • Howaboutrightnow Reaches Maple Leaf Wire in Time

    Under a sly ride from Emma-Jayne Wilson, Howaboutrightnow, a dark bay daughter of Montbrook, eked out a narrow win in Saturday's $187,300 Maple Leaf Stakes for fillies and mares at Woodbine.

  • Rave Reviews for Woodbine's Polytrack Unveiling

    Woodbine unveiled its state-of-the-art Polytrack racing surface for training on Sunday. Hundreds of horses galloped, jogged, or walked while 84 recorded timed workouts ranging from two furlongs to seven furlongs during the morning session.