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Georgian's Jug Trip Announced

September 2, 2008:

Georgian Downs has announced the details of a first class trip down to the Little Brown Jug which would allow all participants to enjoy the revered experience in style....read on

Reminder: OSAS Night At The Races

September 2, 2008:

The Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society has sent out a reminder about its fundraising dinner at Mohawk Racetrack scheduled for Monday, September 15. Tickets for the event are available for $50 each....read on

Harrington Announces Survival Contest

September 2, 2008:

Harrington Raceway has announced that its inaugural Online Survivor Showdown contest will begin September 7 and is open to Canadian residents....read on

Globetrotter Series Washed Out At Pinette

September 2, 2008:

The final leg of the Goodwill Racing Series got underway yesterday at Pinette Raceway and was abruptly cancelled after two races as a thunder storm accompanied by torrential rain hit the area....read on

PASS Action Highlights Chester Program

September 2, 2008:

Two-year-old trotting colts and geldings took center stage during the Labour Day card at Chester Downs, with Salutation Hanover delivering the strongest performance during Pennsylvania Sires Stakes action....read on

Ramlall Snares 'Geek' Championship

September 2, 2008:

Longtime racing fan Schmeling Ramlall emerged the victor of the summer edition of Grand River Raceway's Geek Squad Championship, held at the Elora, ON track yesterday....read on

Back To School Series Reminder

September 2, 2008:

Kawartha Downs has announced conditions for the Back To School Pacing Series, which will offer separate divisions for males and females and is to kick off with elims on Saturday, September 6 followed by added-money finals Saturday, September 13....read on

Raising Rachel Perfect In Champlain

September 1, 2008:

Raising Rachel improved her unbeaten streak to six with another flawless effort in one of three divisions of the Champlain Stakes for two-year-old filly trotters on Monday night at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Trotters Make Headlines At Mohawk

September 1, 2008:

Abbey Road C inched a little bit closer to becoming a double millionaire thanks to a sharp victory at Mohawk on Monday evening, and Muscles Marinara became a millionaire thanks to a third-place effort later on the card....read on

Fillies Square Off In NLSBA

September 1, 2008:

The St. John's Racing and Entertainment Centre rolled out the red carpet for filly pacers earlier this afternoon, as they did battle in a pair of non-wagering divisions of the NLSBA....read on

Stakes Galore At Fredericton

September 1, 2008:

Fans attending the Labour Day matinee at Fredericton Raceway were treated to a terrific program which featured a number of top performers....read on

Ritchie Recovering After Sudbury Spill

September 1, 2008:

A scary accident at Sudbury Downs on Saturday evening earned driver Jim Ritchie an overnight stay in St. Joseph's Hospital, but the veteran horseman is now home and recovering nicely....read on

Art Official Cruises In Cane Pace

September 1, 2008:

Art Official extended his win streak to five-in-a-row with a thoroughly convincing victory in the $392,850 Cane Pace earlier this afternoon at Freehold Raceway....read on

Shady Daisy Stakes Contested At Freehold

September 1, 2008:

Happy Dreamer and Cartniverous came up with winning efforts in their respective divisions of the Shady Daisy stake for three-year-old pacing fillies earlier this afternoon at Freehold Raceway....read on

Champs Folly Upsets In Battle Of Freehold

September 1, 2008:

Champs Folly became the first colt to find the chink in the armour of Dial Or No Dial, who saw his four-race win streak come to a grinding halt in this afternoon's $156,940 Battle of Freehold for two-year-old pacers....read on

Scioto Beefs Up "Super Night" Card

September 1, 2008:

A set of $20,000 Invitationals - one for trotters and one for pacers – are going to be added to the card for Ohio Super Night at Scioto Downs on Saturday, September 6....read on

PHHA Doubles Bonus Until End Of Meet

September 1, 2008:

The Pennsylvania Harness Horsemen's Association's president, Earl Beal, Jr., has announced that the organization will increase the bonus for any Pennsylvania owned, trained or sired winning horses at Pocono Downs....read on

Big Weekend For Mildred Williams Series

September 1, 2008:

The participants involved in the Mildred Williams Driving Series have had a very busy schedule in recent weeks, and they'll wrap up the long weekend by making a stop at Fredericton Raceway this afternoon....read on

Summerside Cancels Monday Card

September 1, 2008:

The harness racing card scheduled for Monday afternoon at Summerside Raceway has been cancelled due to heavy rains as a weather system continues to drench the Maritime region....read on

Breeders Crown Featured On TVG

September 1, 2008:

Trotters & Pacers, a series of half-hour features on the harness racing community, debuted this morning at 9:30 a.m. on TVG....read on

SC Office Closed For Labour Day

September 1, 2008:

Please take note that Standardbred Canada's Mississauga, ON, office will be closed in observance of Labour Day on Monday, September 1....read on

Im Just Special Scores In Simcoe

August 31, 2008:

Im Just Special survived a scare as the heavy 1-5 favourite to deliver in Sunday night's lone $249,853 division of the Simcoe Stakes for three-year-old filly pacers at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Win Streaks Alive In Champlain Stakes

August 31, 2008:

Federal Flex and Hibbler both kept undefeated streaks intact while Manningly took the other split in Sunday's trio of Champlain Stakes divisions for two-year-old colt and gelding trotters at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Stakes Mania At The Red Mile

August 31, 2008:

The cream of the crop from the KYSS program got together at The Red Mile on Sunday evening, as the Lexington oval hosted eight championship finals worth $300,000 apiece....read on

Clinton Hosts OSS Six Pack

August 31, 2008:

Freshmen pacing colts and geldings made their way to Clinton Raceway on Sunday afternoon for a total of six $20,000 OSS Grassroots divisions....read on

Scorpion Moon Triumphs In Carney Memorial

August 31, 2008:

Scorpion Moondelivered on his odds-on promise to the Rockingham Park faithful earlier this afternoon in the $50,000 Joseph Carney Memorial Trot at Rockingham Park....read on

MacInnis Memorial To Cloaked In Glory

August 31, 2008:

Cloaked In Glory was a non-factor sixth in last weekend's Jamie Walker Memorial at Inverness Raceway, but he was all business earlier this afternoon in the $1,300 Frank MacInnis Memorial at the Nova Scotia half-miler....read on

Stakes Action On "The Rock"

August 31, 2008:

The Newfoundland and Labrador Standardbred Breeders Association second annual stakes program will take place this weekend during the Labour Day card at St. John's Racing and Entertainment Centre....read on

Federal Flex Primed For Champlain Stakes

August 31, 2008:

Carl Jamieson's highly-regarded Federal Flex is set to impress again tonight in his $111,636 division of the Champlain stakes for two-year-old trotters....read on

Sophomore Fillies Square Off In Simcoe

August 31, 2008:

Fresh off a win in the SBOA Stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies, it's no surprise that Im Just Special is rated the 6-5 morning line favourite going into tonight's $249,853 division of the Simcoe Stakes at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Aged Pacers Under The Radar

August 31, 2008:

With the harness racing world focusing its attention on the World Trotting Derby and the major stakes card at Mohawk last week, three aged pacers that at one time made major headlines - Dunachton Gale, Artist Stena and Buckeye One - managed to slip past the mainstream eye with notable accomplishments over the past few days....read on

Major In Art Aces Metro Pace

August 30, 2008:

Major In Art, expertly handled by Brian Sears, emerged from a tense four-horse battle in late stretch to capture the $1 million Metro Pace, the richest harness race in the world for two-year-olds, Saturday evening at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Breeders Crown News Centre

August 30, 2008:

Saturday's card at Mohawk Racetrack featured some of the top open pacers and trotters competing in four Breeders Crown Finals with over $1.7 million in purses up for grabs. All of the up-to-date information surrounding the events can be found right here....read on

Mister Big In Breeders Crown Open Pace

August 30, 2008:

Mister Big, twice the runner-up in Breeders Crown races, got his first title by winning Saturday's $532,150 Open Pace by 3-1/2 lengths over defending champion Artistic Fella in 1:50. ...read on

Brigham Dream Scores In Mare Trot

August 30, 2008:

Brigham Dream, driven by Luc Ouellette, won the $266,075 Breeders Crown Mare Trot by a half length over Susies Magic in 1:53.2 at Mohawk Racetrack on Saturday night. The time was one-fifth of a second off the stakes record. ...read on

My Little Dragon Takes Mares Pace

August 30, 2008:

My Little Dragon won her third career Breeders Crown championship by claiming Saturday's $352,815 Mare Pace by two lengths over Darlins Delight in 1:50.1. ...read on

Corleone Kosmos In Breeders Crown Trot

August 30, 2008:

Corleone Kosmos and John Campbell sought redemption in the $638,580 Breeders Crown Open Trot on Saturday after breaking at the wire and being placed second in last year's event at Mohawk Racetrack. ...read on

Breeders Crown Bios Online

August 30, 2008:

The Hambletonian Society and Standardbred Canada bring you detailed bios for each of the competitors heading into Saturday night's lucrative Breeders Crown finals....read on

'Right' Is Right In Shes A Great Lady

August 30, 2008:

Right Right came on strong in deep stretch for the win in the $672,000 Shes A Great Lady Final tonight at Mohawk Racetrack. ...read on

Smoking Gun, Define The World In Simcoe Stakes

August 30, 2008:

Smoking Gun charged up in the final strides to snatch victory from Don Giovanni in the first of two $132,237 divisions of the Simcoe Stakes for three-year-old colt trotters tonight at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Bax, Byron Double Up In Grassroots

August 30, 2008:

Valley Courtney maintained her hold on top spot in the three-year-old trotting filly point race, and stablemate Grammy Hall chalked up her first provincial victory at Hanover Raceway on Saturday evening to give driver Stephen Byron and trainer John Bax the Grassroots double....read on

Sophomore Fillies Shine At Sudbury

August 30, 2008:

Sophomore pacing fillies shipped into Sudbury Downs for three $20,000 Grassroots divisions of Ontario Sires Stakes on Saturday night and displayed some serious speed on a stakes-packed card....read on

Saratoga Sire Stakes Success For Morrill

August 30, 2008:

Driver Jim Morrill, Jr. made the most of his trip to Saratoga Gaming and Raceway on Saturday, piloting six winners on the 13-race card, including a clean sweep of the four New York Sire Stakes divisions for two-year-old pacing fillies....read on

EPR Stacked With Stakes

August 30, 2008:

Exhibition Park Raceway hosted a card stacked with a series of stakes events on Saturday including Atlantic Sires Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts, the Atlantic National Exhibition Invitational and the Maritimer Stake....read on

Holiday Credit Atones At Yonkers

August 30, 2008:

For the second time in eight nights, the Empire's leading three-year-old colts and geldings graced Yonkers Raceway, this occasion being the $233,583 New York Sire Stakes Armand Palatucci Trot....read on

Astreos Flash Upsets In Slots Cup

August 30, 2008:

Astreos Flash posted at 14-1 upset in the $88,600 Slots Cup Final at Hiawatha Horse Park on Saturday evening for trainer/driver Larry Small....read on

Mason, Anness Dominate At Miami Fair

August 30, 2008:

Miami Fair hosted a series of stakes events on Saturday afternoon and horsemen Don Anness and Darryl Mason dominated the nine-race card....read on

Racing To Resume At Montreal

August 30, 2008:

Horse racing at Hippodrome de Montreal could resume, on a limited scale, as early as next week....read on

Northside Hosts Mildred Williams Pace

August 30, 2008:

For the second time, the Mildred Williams International Driving Series was hosted by Northside Downs on Saturday afternoon and Tipphill Booze Hag used front-end tactics to prevail in the $600 pacing event....read on

Fillies Deadheat In NJSS At Freehold

August 30, 2008:

Arbeedo got up in the final strides to reach the pacesetting Wildflower Hanover and finished in a rare deadheat for win in a $50,500 New Jersey Sire Stakes for two-year-old pacing fillies on Saturday at Freehold Raceway....read on


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