In Pictures: Prepping for the Ricoh Woodbine Mile

September 15, 2018

TORONTO, September 15, 2018 – Woodbine’s award-winning track photographer Michael Burns captured highlights from the post position draw and some of the contenders in action leading up to the 22nd running of the $800,000 Ricoh Woodbine Mile (Grade 1).

Here is a behind-the-scenes look at some of the Woodbine Mile hopefuls heading into Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup ‘Win And You’re In’ turf test. Click here for an overview of the complete field.

Woodbine’s Racing Secretary Stu Slagle (left) and track announcer Robert Geller (right) with guest drawmaster Andre De Grasse conducting the post position draw on Wednesday, Sept. 12. (Michael Burns Photo)
Olympic medalist Andre De Grasse was the guest drawmaster for the Ricoh Woodbine Mile field. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Good Samaritan. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender La Sardane. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile favourite Delta Prince. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Delta Prince. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Vanish. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Vanish. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Mr Havercamp. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Mr Havercamp. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Lord Glitters. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Lord Glitters. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Oscar Performance. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Oscar Performance. (Michael Burns Photo)
Ricoh Woodbine Mile contender Stormy Antarctic. (Michael Burns Photo)

 

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