Toronto Star



■ The $400,000 Prince of Wales Stakes was an Attard family affair. Haddassah held off Harlan Estate down the stretch to capture the second jewel of the Canadian Triple Crown at Fort Erie Racetrack. Kevin Attard is the trainer for both horses while third-place finisher Keep Grinding is owned by Attard’s son, Joshua, and trained by his father, Tino. Haddassah, ridden by Gary Boulanger, won the 1 3/16mile dirt event in one minute, 56.15 seconds.

■ The U.S. Soccer Federation said it had offered identical contract proposals Tuesday to the players’ associatio­ns for the men’s and women’s national teams, and the governing body said it would refuse to agree to a deal in which World Cup prize money is not equalized.

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