Washington-based freshman sire Understatement saw his first winner Oct. 1 when filly Classic Statement drew off to a five-length score in the fourth race at Hastings Racecourse.
|Brighouse Belles S. (BT)||$39,160g||3&up, f/m||6.5f||Details|
|Swift Thoroughbreds Inaugural S. (BT)||$39,160g||3&up||6.5f||Details|
|Jim Coleman Province S.||$38,920g||3yos||6.5f||Details|
|Ross McLeod S. (BT)||$38,920g||3yos, Fillies||6.5f||Details|
|George Royal S. (BT)||$38,810g||3&up||6.5f||Details|
|Vancouver Sun S. (BT)||$38,810g||3&up, f/m||6.5f||Details|
|Emerald Downs H. (BT)||$38,600g||3yos, Fillies||6.5f||Details|
|River Rock Casino H.||$38,600g||3yos||6.5f||Details|
|Strawberry Morn H. (BT)||$37,905g||3&up, f/m||8.5f||Details|
|John Longden 6000 H. (BT)||$37,905g||3&up||8.5f||Details|
|British Columbia Cup Hong Kong Jockey Club||$50,000||3yo, f||8.5f|
|British Columbia Cup Sir Churchill Derby Trial||$50,000||3yo,||8.5f|
|British Columbia Cup Classic||$50,000||3&up,||9f|
|British Columbia Cup Distaff||$50,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
|British Columbia Cup Nursery||$50,000||2yo,||6.5f|
|British Columbia Cup Marathon||$20,000||3&up,||11f|
|British Columbia Cup Debutante S||$50,000||2yo, f||6.5f|
|C.T.H.S. Sales S||$50,000||3&4yo, f||8.5f|
|Delta Colleen||$50,000||3&up, f/m||9f|
|Jack Diamond Futurity||$100,000||2yo, c/g||6.5f|
|S.W. Randall Plate||$50,000||3&up,||9f|
|Sadie Diamond Futurity||$100,000||2yo, f||6.5f|
|British Columbia Oaks||$100,000||3yo, f||9f|
|British Columbia Derby||$150,000||3yo,||9f|
|Fantasy S||$75,000||2yo, f||8.5f|
|Ballerina S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||9f|
|British Columbia Premiers||$100,000||3&up,||11f|
The Munnings colt Barkley did everything he could to remain undefeated, but the improving Sky Mesa gelding Opportunistic just got the better of him in the $75,100 Emerald Downs Derby for 3-year-olds July 31 at the Washington racetrack.
Wet weather that has hindered preparation of horses to race has led Hastings Racecourse to scrap its April 23 program and instead offer a 10-race card April 24.
Multiple stakes-placed Merlot and 3-year-old filly Color Me Gold netted the co-highest price of $30,000 at the March 26 paddock sale at Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Emerald Downs in Washington and Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, British Columbia, will offer a bonus for horses that sweep the tracks' signature events for 3-year-olds in 2016.
Square Dancer and Touching Promise were honored as the top horses at Hastings Park for the 2015 season at British Columbia's annual Thoroughbreds Awards Dinner.
Deltin Stable and Ed Walsh's Killin Me Smalls shipped in from Northlands Park in Alberta to capture the $100,000 British Columbia Premier's Handicap (Can-III) at Hastings Racecourse Oct. 12.
Russell J. and Lois Bennett's homebred Touching Promise took control early and never looked back, rolling to an easy victory in the $100,000 Ballerina Stakes (Can-III) at Hastings Racecourse for the second consecutive year.
Russell J. and Lois Bennett's homebred Touching Promise is waltzing into the Oct. 12 Ballerina Stakes (gr. III) at Hastings Racecourse off two straight stakes wins at the Vancouver track.
With a brilliant stretch drive, Bear Stable and Riversedge Racing Stables' Academic beat males for the second straight contest in the $250,000 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) Sept. 13 at Hastings Racecourse.
Other than a troubled run in the Queen's Plate, Academic has had a standout year and she'll run against the boys for the third straight race in the $250,000 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) Sept. 13 at Hastings Racecourse.
It's a Factum aced the second race at Hastings Racecourse Aug. 9, going gate to wire while becoming the first winner for young Florida stallion Factum, a half brother to prominent sire War Front.
At the Jockey Club of Canada's Graded Stakes Committee annual review of the graded and listed stakes in Canada, the committee upgraded one listed race to bring the total to 44 graded stakes for 2015.
Hastings Racecourse general manager Darren MacDonald has been named director of BC Racing and will direct British Columbia racing operations for Great Canadian Gaming.
Three-year-old Ole's Miss, recent winner of the British Columbia Oaks, tackles older fillies and mares for the first time while making her graded stakes debut in the Ballerina (Can-III) Oct. 13 at Hastings Racecourse.
Alert Bay took command in the drive and posted a comfortable two-length win in the $135,225 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) at Hastings Racecourse Sept. 14 as owner Peter Redekop won the race for a third straight year.
Koffee Grinder, whose four-race win streak at Hastings Racecourse ended in August, looks to get back to the winner's circle in the $150,000 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) Sept. 14 at the Vancouver bullring.
The opening of the 2014 Thoroughbred season at Hastings Racecourse April 27 will officially mark the 125th anniversary of racing in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
A multi-party agreement has paved the way for a three-year funding model for Hastings Racecourse in British Columbia, Canada, officials said Feb. 17. The 2014 Thoroughbred meet is expected to begin in late April or early May.
The Jockey Club of Canada's Graded Stakes Committee held its annual review of the graded and listed stakes in Canada and while the number of graded stakes in Canada remains unchanged at 43 there is one notable downgrade.
Commander defended his title in the British Columbia Premier's Stakes (Can-III) while Madeira Park secured the first graded stakes win in her career in the Ballerina Stakes (Can-III) Oct. 14 at Hastings Racecourse.
Miss Derek, third as the favorite in the British Columbia Oaks five weeks ago, will look to make amends when facing older rivals in the $100,000 Ballerina Stakes Can-III) at Hastings Racecourse Oct. 14 in Vancouver.
Multiple grade III winner Title Contender could continue his recent success in Canada Oct. 14 at Hastings Race Course, when he goes up against eight others in the $100,000 British Columbia Premier's Handicap (Can-III).
Title Contender, rebounding from a dismal effort in the Canadian Derby (Can-III), snatched the lead from pacesetter Modern and romped to victory in the $144,045 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) Sept. 8 at Hastings Racecourse.
Craig MacPherson, leading the trainer standings at Hastings Racecourse, sends out a formidable duo in Reporting Star and Bluegrass Pride for the $150,000 British Columbia Derby (Can-III) Sept. 8 at the Vancouver track.