Welcome To D2D Racing Stables

Interested in owning racehorses? D2D has created a website where you can start owning racehorses with even a minimal investment. Get ready for the excitement and thrill of owning a racehorse. Start owning horses that race both in Canada and the United States and live your dream with D2D Racing Stable.Visit our link below for the latest and current offerings.



Standardbred Canada is your source for the latest news,race results,entries,blogs and so much more.If your looking to sell a horse standardbred Canada also provides a sales board and many more members services click the link to find out more.


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Are your interested in fractional ownership? have you every wanted to own a race horse and didn't have either the resources or the avenue to get you to that winners circle? D2D Racing Stable is your source to fractional ownership use the contact link to find out more

USTA's PathWay


This section is designed for those with interest in the American harness Racing scene. At USA trotting you will get the the latest entries,results from all tracks in the USA + if your looking for the latest hoof beats news and video posted this site is a must to visit.Click the link to go directly to their site.

The Equine Retreat

The Equine Retreat:

Welcome to the Equine Retreat, a family run farm nestled on a few acres of land outside of Dresden, On. Operated by Sharon Crowe Pishl, and her son Michael, the farm has been in business since 1990, and Sharon has owned and worked with many animals for over 40 years.

D2D Racing Stable is currently racing one horse under lease and is in the process of purchasing additional horses. Please continue to visit this page as the new offering will be listed here or email us at [email protected]

Horse racing is a type of equestrian sport which was designed to provide entertainment for large crowds of people. After horses were no longer required for combat in battle, equestrian sports were seen as a good alternative to test the ability of a horse rider. Ancient Greek Olympic chariot horse racing was a popular source of entertainment, which has further developed into mounted horse racing. At famous racing tracks such as Arlington Park, you will find horse racing is an exciting sport for people to Place a bet on. Who would have thought that an equestrian sport would have developed into one of the most entertaining sports in the world!

For the second week in-a-row the $34,000 Preferred Trot at Woodbine Racetrack went to Charmed Life for the tandem of driver Jody Jamieson and trainer Dave Menary. The hard-closing campaigner utilized her off-the-speed skills to perfection once again en route to capturing her eighth win of the season. Jamieson tucked into an early five hole with Charmed Life while a host of foes took turns on the lead. Fearless Man and Samira Hanover battled to the quarter pole in :27.1 before the latter worked her way to the front, and she came under quick pressure in the backstretch from Slip Into Glide. He led the field for just a few strides, however, and eventually gave way to a backstretch blasting Daylon Magician. That career winner in excess of $1.7 million cleared to the top without much of a tussle and he took the group through middle intervals of :56.2 and 1:24.1. Jamieson was on the move first-over with Charmed Life before the field traveled into the final turn, and that duo was on even terms with Daylon Magician turning for home. Charmed Life muscled past the leader and drew clear to win by 1-3/4 lengths over Daylon Magician, with third prize going to Catch The Dream..Continued Here

The United States Harness Writers Association has announced that the Dan Patch Awards for 2014 Pacer of the Year, Trotter of the Year, and Horse of the Year will be announced in a special live webstream during the afternoon of Thursday, December 18. The announcements will be made at Victory Sports Bar at the Meadowlands and streamed live on the racetrack’s website, playmeadowlands.com. Voting for the 2014 Dan Patch Awards, which honour the champion harness horses of the year as voted by members of the U.S. Harness Writers Association (USHWA) and the American Harness Racing Secretaries, will close on the morning of Tuesday, December 16..Continued Here

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Video Of The Week


Part # 1 Betting on Horses Theres more to betting at the track than simply picking up a program saying I like all the # 5 horses and casting your wagers.Sometimes we get drawn in by the horse with the most catchy name and other times we are drawn in to the myth of betting a grey horse on a grey day.

So tell me what color horse do you bet on a sunny day or a cloudy day? If you are looking to actually win money,there are some basic steps to take before laying down your wager. The mistake most bettors make is trying to determine what kind of bet they want to make.

There are tons of different options, in a variety of combinations. The most common and simplest Wager is a straight bet: In a straight bet,you choose one horse to come in first place.In my years of wagering I would say the novice bettor stands greater odd of being successful if he or she begins with the easiest bet which is a show bet.

Now with that being said you must also understand the odds. If the odds on a horse are 4/1, that means you will make $4 profit on every dollar you bet. At most racetracks, there is a minimum bet of $2, so you will make double the odds on your bet (if you bet the minimum on a horse with 4/1 odds, you will walk away with $10 if you win the original $2 plus $8 profit). You may also see odds listed as a dollar amount. This stands for how much you will make on a $2 bet on a given horse. (If the listed price is $8, thats how much you will profit from a minimum bet. If you bet $20 on a horse, multiply the payout by five.) Stay tuned for part 2 in this series later this month.
Horse Racing Betting