- Goldlure - winner of the 1937 King’s Plate
- Cease Fire – winner of the 1937 Prince of Wales
- Bunty Lawless – winner of the 1938 King’s Plate
- Archworth – winner of the 1939 Triple Crown
- Willie the Kid- winner of the 1940 King’s Plate
- Budpath - winner of the 1941 King’s Plate
Tracks that were open in the Toronto-area during the time period were Woodbine, Dufferin, Thorncliffe and Long Branch.
Most racehorses begin their racing career at the age of two.
Definition of Terms:
- Sire: Father of the horse.
- Dam: Mother of the horse.
- Furlong: A measurement unit of distance commonly used in horse racing.
- Claiming race: All the horses entered in the race can be purchased.
- Calling of the race: the term used when the track announcer describes the position of the horses during the race.
This exhibition was one of the projects that was completed during a 120-hour Public History placement at the Digital Scholarship Centre in Scott Library at York University. The author is completing her final semester of her Honours Bachelors of Art degree majoring in history. This online exhibition allowed the author to combine her two passions of history and horses. All of the photographs, except for few, were scanned by the author. All photograph directly included in the exhibition are from the Toronto Telegram Photograph Collection housed at the Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections located at York University.
 “Bobby Watson,” Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame, March 25, 2019. URL: https://www.canadianhorseracinghalloffame.com/1998/12/15/bobby-watson/.