Monthly Archives: June 2018

Fathers Day and sire of the century

As all the excitement and controversy around Justify’s Belmont victory abates and Father’s Day looms it seems appropriate to delve further into the grand chestnut colt’s heritage.  At the top of the list has to be Nearctic.  Indeed the aristocratic, … Continue reading

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Justify and Canada’s ‘Rivers of Gold’

Justify, needless to say, has renewed my mission to champion Canadian-bred horses.  His lineage is brimming with some of the very best Thoroughbreds this country has produced.  And a lot of them: Nearctic, Northern Dancer, Flaming Page, Nijinsky, Windfields, Victoriana, … Continue reading

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Justify, the Triple Crown and Canada’s “Rivers of Gold”

No doubt about it, Justify deserves Horse of the Year, if not the century. We are all in awe of his courage, stamina and power.  Hence, at least from my perch, it comes as no surprise he boasts a long … Continue reading

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