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About Us

About Us


Mila and Tony Kalloo

... In January of 2007, Tony Kalloo tried to redeem a lottery ticket at a local variety store. That's when he discovered, to his enormous delight, that he had won $16 Million in the Super-7 draw. Because the Kalloos were close friends with Peter Gross, they entertained his request for initial funding of a horse racing newspaper. That is how Down The Stretch was born.



Peter Gross editor

... has spent most of the past 45 years immersed in the mainstream media of Toronto. He is recognized for his many years as a sports reporter and humourist with CITY-TV and his voice is familiar to radio listeners because of the 23 years during which he was the sportscaster on 680News, Canadas most listened-to AM radio station. Gross is also notorious for his passion for the ponies and his love of betting. In various capacities, Gross has been reporting on and writing about horse racing from his earliest inception in local broadcasting. In his history with the horseraces, Gross has driven the winner of a media harness race, had a thoroughbred race named in his honour, announced a few races (badly), scarfed down dozens of Queens Plate Barbeques, ridden quarterhorses, watched in the stands at Churchill Downs as Awesome Again won the Breeders Cup Classic and he has been honoured with two Sovereign Awards from the  Jockey Club of Canada for best feature story. In February of 2020, Gross began producing and hosting the weekly Down The Stretch podcast which is easily found on Toronto Mike, Stitcher, Apple and IheartRadio.

Gord Steventon

Art Director/Web Master

gord2warehouseCU_edited.jpg his 50 years in marketing, discovered early that to be able to successfully deploy his acumen of disdain and indifference for fellow workers, he had to attain a senior position.  He did and, in less than 10 years in packaged goods marketing with international companies, became a VP.  Now, through a mutual friend he met Peter Gross, and now Gord does stuff for DTS.  When not doing stuff for DTS he drinks, a lot…

Susan Nash

Susan's versatility is astounding as demonstrated by the number of her successful careers so far, including
fitness instructor, personal trainer, polysomnographic technologist, factory cleaner, waitress and Parking
Enforcement Officer for the Toronto Police Service. She is an excellent speller, a huge amount of fun and an
extremely nice person. We're lucky to have her on board.

Associate Editor

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