The road to the Breeders’ Cup moves north this weekend to the Canadian International, and we preview it on the Ron Flatter Racing Pod. Trainer Graham Motion discusses his 6-year-old gelding Spring Quality, the second morning-line choice for Saturday’s race, as well as his 2-year-olds being aimed for the Breeders’ Cup. Woodbine track announcer Robert Geller handicaps the Canadian International, the E.P. Taylor Stakes and even The Everest, the world’s richest turf race going on this weekend back in the country where he grew up – Australia. Ron has the story of the first woman ever to call races regularly at a North American track, he goes over listener feedback, and he has a tribute to the late southern California handicapper Jack Karlik.