• Williamson Lil

    Lil Williamson

    Lil Williamson captured more than 50 championships in various hack, hunter and jumper competitions in Canada and the United States between 1942 and 1960.  In 1958, she moved to Regina and began to serve as a competition judge. Williamson is Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Catherine Wedge Collection

    Catherine “Cathy” Wedge

    Catherine Wedge began riding at the Saskatoon Pony Cub at the age of eight. She started competing internationally in 1969, and that year won the Working Hunter Championship at the Seattle International Horse Show. As a member of the Three-day Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Sandy Shields Collection

    Sandy Shields

    Sandy Shields grew up around horses on his parents’ Somme, Saskatchewan farm.  His racing career began shortly after he answered an ad for a stable worker in Winnipeg.  Soon he moved on to exercise boy and apprentice jockey winning his Read more →

  • Ray Remmen

    Ray Remmen

    Ray Remmen drove from Saskatoon to New Jersey, with a few stops in between. The journey took him more than 20 years. Remmen’s harness racing career began at the age of eight when he started jogging and driving horses for Read more →

  • Photo : Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame

    Lou Hough

    Beginning in 1961, Lou Hough chaired and organized horse shows in Saskatoon.  In 1973, he played a key role in the organization of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation and served as the Federation’s president from 1975 to 1978.  He served as Read more →

  • Photo : Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame

    Captain Stanley “Cap” Harrison

    Saskatchewan’s most distinguished builder of the sport of thoroughbred racing, Captain Stanley Harrison was recognized for his contributions as a breeder, trainer, writer and race official. Captain Harrison used his talent to capture the spirit of his thoroughbreds for the Read more →

  • Photo : Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame

    Robin Hahn

    Robin Hahn has been associated with horses all his life. He was a groom and assistant trainer at the 1956 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. The team won a bronze medal. Hahn was Canadian 3-Day Event Champion in 1967, 1969, 1971 Read more →