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Running free: Scott Horner’s journey from Bay Street to the racetrack

Scott Horner sits in the sulky as he trains his two-year-old standardbred, Dramatic Point, at Sunshine Meadows Equestrian Centre in Delray Beach, Florida last month. Horner is a Shawville native who retired from a very successful career as a corporate lawyer in 2015 to pursue his passion for racing horses.

CALEB NICKERSON
SHAWVILLE Feb. 19, 2017
Scott Horner is a passionate man.
The Shawville native demonstrated this indomitable zeal over 25 years in working as a lawyer in Toronto, quickly becoming one of the most respected names in financial transaction law.
But he retired from his Bay Street firm Osler Hoskin & Harcourt in 2015; trading in his wing-tips for a pair of boots and heading to Florida to pursue his real passion: standardbred horse racing.

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