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'Ali' Streaks Into New Jersey Final

May 23, 2015:

Hurrikane Ali continued to impress with another effortless win in the $25,000 second leg of the New Jersey Sires Stakes at The Meadowlands on Saturday on

Guess Who's Poised For Stakes Sweep?

May 22, 2015:

Friday night featured the second leg of the New Jersey Sires Stakes (NJSS) for three-year-old trotters with the fillies and colts each competing in a single $25,000 race with next week's $100,000 finals as their on

Sires Stakes Saturday At Meadowlands

May 22, 2015:

The second leg of the New Jersey Sires Stakes for three-year-old pacers fields one $25,000 division each of fillies and colts at The Meadowlands on Saturday night. The top 10 from the two elimination legs will race in the $100,000 finals on Saturday, May on

Hambo Eligible Turning The Corner?

May 21, 2015:

“He had to get over some aches and pains last year. It’s more mental than anything with him now. The next couple of starts will tell with him.” on

In The Sulky With Ron Burke

May 17, 2015:

One trainer recently said that Ron Burke let Mission Brief trot too fast as a two-year-old, and as a result she wouldn't be one of the top three-year-old trotters of 2015. How did Burke reply? on

Bee A Magician Makes Cutler History

May 16, 2015:

While there is a long history of brilliant mares defeating the older horses at the Free For All trotting level in harness racing, it had never happened in the Arthur J. Cutler Memorial. That all changed on a rainy Saturday night at The on

Stars Out; Sub-1:50 Qualifying Mile

May 16, 2015:

In what was an abbreviated program of six qualifiers at Meadowlands Racetrack Saturday morning, the highlights were fewer than other weeks but still on

Mission Brief Wins Sophomore Debut

May 15, 2015:

Mission Brief returned to the races where we expect to see her, in the Winner's Circle. The fastest two-year-old trotter of all time made short work of her New Jersey Sire Stakes competition in the lone $25,000 division for the sophomore filly trotters, winning in on

Will The TVG Be 'Legend'-ary?

May 15, 2015:

"With the class of horse he's is competing with, we've got to get into a good position. There are no easy races with the caliber of horses that he's racing against." on

Artspeak To Debut Saturday

May 14, 2015:

If you have been waiting for the seasonal bow from Artspeak, the 3-1 top choice in Trot Magazine’s 2015 Pepsi North America Cup Spring Book, you will want to watch the action from the Meadowlands Racetrack this Saturday night (May 16) on

Burke On The Mission Brief Ride

May 13, 2015:

“I have told the other owners that with this horse, the highs will be really high and the lows will be horrible. With her, I’m holding my breath and maybe getting ready to drive to the George Washington Bridge.” on

Norman On The Cutler And His ‘Bee’

May 13, 2015:

Every little thing she does is magic – or at least it has been so far this season for Bee A Magician. According to her trainer, Nifty Norman, “She’s just bigger, stronger, more mature.” on

Bee A Magician Beats The Boys

May 10, 2015:

If the first two starts of her 2015 campaign are any indication, Bee A Magician will be a force to be reckoned with once again. On Saturday night at The Meadowlands, she not only defeated the boys in the $50,000 prep for the Arthur J. Cutler Memorial, she destroyed on

Mission Brief Back On Track

May 9, 2015:

Saturday's Meadowlands qualifiers took place this morning under overcast skies with temperatures in the 60’s as world champion Mission Brief and some notable Pepsi North America Cup eligibles prepped for their upcoming on

The Big M Hosts Grand Circuit Action

May 9, 2015:

With The Championship Meet upon us, The Grand Circuit took center stage on Friday night at The on

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