Mark Casse is one of only three trainers who are enshrined in both the American and Canadian Racing Halls of Fame, along with Lucien Laurin and Roger Attfield.
He stables in Louisiana, Florida, Kentucky, and at Woodbine near Toronto.
Mark has trained 12 Canadian champions as well as American titlists Tepin (2015-2016 champion female turf horse), Classic Empire (2016 champion 2-year-old male) and World Approval (2017 champion male turf horse). Tepin prevailed in the Breeders’ Cup Mile and won the 2016 Queen Anne (G1) during the prestigious Royal Ascot meet in England.
Mark won his first Triple Crown race with War of Will in the 2019 Preakness Stakes and fired right back to win the Belmont Stakes with Sir Winston a few weeks later.