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Fillies Star In ISOBA Stakes

May 7, 2009:

The state-bred stakes action continued on Wednesday night at Balmoral Park as a total of 16 three-year-old filly...read on

Favourites Click In Pompano Features

May 7, 2009:

Too Salty and Crystal Chris captured their respective $20,000 Open assignments on Wednesday at Pompano...read on

Mohawk Hosts OSS Opener

May 6, 2009:

Bringing a freshman Gold Series champion back to form for their sophomore campaign is an inexact science, but trainer Frank O’Reilly feels he has done all he can...read on

Cdn.-Owned Amora Hanover Sweeps

May 6, 2009:

Owner Garth Bechtel of Caledon, Ontario will be rushing to check the exchange rate after scooping up some American cash with Amora Hanover...read on

OLG Reps To Belleville To Show Support

May 6, 2009:

An article by The Intelligencer reports that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation plans to meet with...read on

ID Technician At Sulky Quebec

May 6, 2009:

SC Identification Technician Eddy Vanderveer will be in the Sulky Quebec paddock on Saturday, May 9 to freeze brand any horses requiring freeze brand...read on

Sudbury Cancels Races And Qualifiers

May 6, 2009:

Sudbury Downs has been forced to cancel Wednesday's qualifiers and races due to unsafe track conditions...read on

Fraser Announces Saturday Night Racing

May 6, 2009:

Fraser Downs Racetrack General Manager Chuck Keeling has announced the 2009-2010 season will feature...read on

No Racing At Sandown In 2009

May 6, 2009:

Due to the poor economic climate, Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino and the B.C. Standardbred Association (BCSA) has announced it will not conduct live racing...read on

Blended Whiskey Back On Track

May 6, 2009:

Three-year-old pacer Blended Whiskey is a colt that trainer Travis Umphrey has been high on for quite some time, and Tuesday night at Georgian Downs the son of Rambaran took a crucial step in the right...read on

Raymer Warming Up To Chestnuts

May 6, 2009:

The business of training trotting colts is not for the faint of heart...read on

Noren’s Vertical Horizon Ready To Rock

May 6, 2009:

Bjorn “Bernie” Noren, 33, is the trainer of three-year-old pacing colt Vertical Horizon, who made it to Saturday’s $230,000 Berry’s Creek final...read on

Primo Spur Takes Top Trot

May 6, 2009:

Primo Spur, rebounding from two disappointing races, used a pocket trip and a late brush to capture the $25,000 Preferred Trot in a career best clocking of 1:54.2...read on

Stakes Galore In New Jersey

May 6, 2009:

Three-year-olds – pacers in the $230,000 Berry’s Creek Final at the Meadowlands and trotters in the $181,369 Dexter Cup at Freehold...read on

Jug Fantasy Contest Looming

May 6, 2009:

This year’s Jug Fantasy Stable contest is just days away from getting underway, and Barry Pon, a retired insurance underwriter from Edmonton, Alberta...read on

Sulky Quebec Hosts Saturday Qualifiers

May 6, 2009:

Quebec horsepeople are reminded that qualifiers will take place at Sulky Quebec on Saturday, May 9...read on

Harrington Announces Purse Increase

May 6, 2009:

Horsemen racing at Harrington Raceway were in for a pleasant surprise when looking at the track's most recent condition sheet...read on

Masters Series Deadline Approaches

May 6, 2009:

Georgian Downs reminds horsepeople that nominations for the annual Masters Series close on Friday, May 15...read on

Campbell Honoured To Enter Hall

May 6, 2009:

Trot Insider has spoken with John Campbell about his upcoming induction into Canada's Sports Hall...read on

Bath Beach Aims For Princess Title

May 6, 2009:

She has yet to score a victory in this series, yet a lass named Bath Beach has shown such final-quarter speed that she’s rated the 6-5 morning line favourite going into Thursday’s $67,000 final of the Princess Pacing Series...read on

Fielding’s Giacometti Impresses

May 6, 2009:

The Bettors Delight colt Giacometti was a force to be reckoned with in his rookie campaign on the New York Sires Stakes circuit in 2008, and judging by his sophomore debut at Monticello Raceway on Tuesday...read on

Huge Drop For U.S. Handle

May 6, 2009:

According to numbers released by Equibase on Monday, May 4, wagering on horse races in the United States declined in April by more than $100 million compared with the same month in 2008...read on

Delaware Gambling Bill Doesn't Pass

May 6, 2009:

According to an Associated Press report, house lawmakers dealt a significant blow to governor Jack Markell on Tuesday, failing to pass a bill opposed by the gambling industry that would reauthorize a sports betting lottery in...read on

Tsanakos Has Got The 'Passion'

May 6, 2009:

He may not have known how good Gamblers Passion was when he shelled out $26,000 for the Cams Card Shark filly in the fall of 2007, but now Kostas Tsanakos has -- literally -- gotten a grasp of the situation...read on

Canada's Fastest Woman

May 6, 2009:

The surprise factor is still strong for Alberta's Connie Kolthammer, who wrote her name into the Canadian record books on Saturday by virtue of a 1:51.3 win...read on

Dr McDreamy Steals Show

May 5, 2009:

The 2009 summer racing schedule at Balmoral Park kicked off with the Iggy Magoo stake for three-year-old trotting colts on Tuesday night...read on

Robin I Scoot Dips Below 1:50 Barrier

May 5, 2009:

Robin I Scoot and driver Peter Wrenn turned in a sizzling performance to become the fastest Indiana-sired horse ever at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino Tuesday, May 5...read on

Tymal Cherub Goes Back-To-Back

May 5, 2009:

Tymal Cherub returned to the winner’s circle at the Elora half-miler, Grand River Raceway...read on

Arcadia Bluffs Rallies To Win Wyoming Valley

May 5, 2009:

Arcadia Bluffs passed six horses in the final quarter-mile to get up in time and win the final of the $35,000 Wyoming Valley Trot Late Closer series for three-year-old colts and geldings on Tuesday night at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs...read on

Ladyfield Impressive Tuesday

May 5, 2009:

Joyce and Kathleen Keeler and Linda Keeler's Ladyfield ($3.00, Tony Morgan) was a wire-to-wire winner Tuesday in the featured $17,000 Mares Junior Open at Harrington Raceway...read on

Allard Team Takes Three

May 5, 2009:

Brothers Rene and Simon Allard teamed up to win three races on Kawartha Downs’ 11-dash program including...read on

Five Straight For On Demand

May 5, 2009:

On Demand returned home a repeat winner in the sixth race conditioned event on Tuesday at Western Fair...read on

Safety Vest Requirement Date Extended

May 5, 2009:

The Ontario Racing Commission (ORC) released the following Notice to the Industry Tuesday, May 5 regarding an extension to the requirement to wear a safety vest while jogging or working horses on racetrack grounds...read on

Fast Pay Turning Heads

May 5, 2009:

On Monday night at Mohawk Racetrack, after stepping to a 1:51.3 victory with Pepsi North America Cup-eligible Fast Pay, driver Paul MacDonell stated the obvious to trainer Dave Menary. "Yeah, you've got more than a 'grassrooter' here," said the O'Brien Award winner...read on

Allamerican Native Book Full, Closed

May 5, 2009:

Hanover Shoe Farms announced today that the 2009 book for Allamerican Native is now full and closed...read on

Reduced Pompano Schedule

May 5, 2009:

With just two weeks left to the end of the live race meet at Pompano Park, the track is now featuring live racing on Wednesdays and Saturdays only...read on

Bouchard Headlines Maple Leaf Pace

May 5, 2009:

When Monticello Raceway presents the fifth leg of its Heritage Drivers Series on Monday, May 18, Stephane Bouchard will headline the Maple Leaf Pace, which will feature drivers of Canadian descent....read on

Cohen's Take On The Industry

May 5, 2009:

In a passionate, poignant, critical editorial, outspoken writer and owner Andrew Cohen returns to literary activism in Trot Magazine's annual State of the Industry edition with a piercing look at where harness racing really...read on

Scioto Kicks Off Friday

May 5, 2009:

Scioto Downs opens its 51st season on Friday night with increased purses and a schedule of night racing through September 19....read on

Trot Radio On Gaming Expansion

May 5, 2009:

With the news from British Columbia that gaming may expand into new "community gaming centres", Trot Radio discusses the impact of this development with Great Canadian Gaming's Vice-President Chuck Keeling...read on

OLG To Meet With Quinte West Mayor

May 5, 2009:

According to an article in the Belleville Intelligencer, Quinte West is continuing to pursue the possibility of a racetrack and slots parlour, despite the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission's continued support of Baymount Inc....read on

NA Cup Colts Strut Stuff At Mohawk

May 5, 2009:

A trio of Pepsi North America Cup eligibles visited victory lane at Mohawk Racetrack on Monday evening, and that was music to the ears of the favourite players...read on

GRVR Double For Lumsden/Coleman Duo

May 5, 2009:

Owner David Lumsden and trainer Philip Coleman scored a pair of wins at Grand River on Monday night. ...read on

George Whitcroft Passes

May 4, 2009:

Horseman George M. Whitcroft of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away at the Norfolk Hospital Nursing Home in Simcoe on Saturday, May 2, 2009 at the age of 72...read on

Smedshammer Talks Trotters

May 4, 2009:

Before Arch Madness scored a convincing 1:52.4 triumph in the $85,000 Trotting Classic on Saturday night at the Meadowlands, Trond Smedshammer provided the latest on his top open trotter and he also discussed...read on

Giddy Up Lucky Lights Up The Board

May 4, 2009:

Longshot lovers had a chance to take home some serious cash at Western Fair Raceway on Monday afternoon, especially if they were fond of Giddy Up Lucky...read on

Ashtreos Upsets In OSSS Sequel

May 4, 2009:

Ashtreos used a strong off-the-pace rally to pull off a 30-1 upset in Monday’s single $20,000 division in the...read on

San Pail The Nation’s Fastest

May 4, 2009:

San Pail became this nation’s fastest trotter of 2009 when he scorched Mohawk Racetrack’s seven-eighths...read on

Palone Celebrates 13,000th Win

May 4, 2009:

Dave Palone is a better harness racing driver than harness racing handicapper...read on

Mike Lachance Nears 10,000 Wins

May 4, 2009:

Mike Lachance does not hibernate, it only seems that way. For the second consecutive year, Lachance spent the majority of the winter and early spring away from the racetrack...read on


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