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Schnittker On 'Dewey' Heading To Futurity

October 1, 2008:

Ray Schnittker finally found something to dislike about Deweycheatumnhowe's season: It's coming nearer to an end....read on

Major In Art Surfaces

October 1, 2008:

This morning, Woodrow Wilson and Metro Pace winner Major In Art put in his first charted line since capturing the million-dollar Metro August 30 at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

No 'Beach' / 'Official' Matchup In Tattersalls

October 1, 2008:

Somebeachsomewhere and Art Official have drawn into separate divisions of the Tattersalls Pace, thus a rematch between the two speedy performers will have to take place another time....read on

'Dewey' Draws Outside In Kentucky Futurity

October 1, 2008:

The field for Saturday's Kentucky Futurity at the Red Mile is now set with likely favourite Deweycheatumnhowe drawing the outside Post 10....read on

Two-Week Grace Period For Ontario Safety Vest Requirement

October 1, 2008:

The Ontario Racing Commission has announced that, starting today, Paddock judges will be checking all drivers for safety vests. The ORC judges have granted a grace period of two weeks for any driver unable to obtain a vest due to limited supply....read on

KHRC Hires Interim Chief Vet

October 1, 2008:

Dr. Bryce Peckham has been hired by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission on an interim basis to fill the role of chief veterinarian, which was left vacant after Dr....read on

Atlantic Sires Stakes Redrawn

October 1, 2008:

Due to an error when the races were originally drawn, two Atlantic Sires Stakes events, set for Saturday, October 4 at Northside Downs, have been redrawn....read on

Sweeney, Hannum Appointed To Penn. Commission

October 1, 2008:

Pennsylvania governor Edward G....read on

OHHA Group RRSP Reminders Sent

October 1, 2008:

Members of OHHA's Group Registered Retirement Saving Plan (RRSP) who have not yet made their 2008 contribution will soon receive a reminder in the mail....read on

OSS Gold At Kawartha Straight To Final

October 1, 2008:

Seven two-year-old colt pacers were entered today for the Ontario Sires Stakes Gold eliminations scheduled to be contested Saturday, October 4 at Kawartha Downs....read on

Quebec's Driving Reps Confirmed

October 1, 2008:

Eight of Quebec's top drivers have been confirmed to the Quebec Regional Driving Championship, scheduled for Sulky Trois Rivieres on Tuesday, October 28....read on

NJSS Action Coming Up At Freehold

October 1, 2008:

A trio of two-year-old colts will put winning streaks on the line in $35,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres finals this week at Freehold Raceway....read on

Biggar "Shocked" By Lack Of Support

October 1, 2008:

On Monday, the Prince Edward Island provincial government stated that it would not be funding repairs to the grandstand at Summerside Raceway, which has left members of the Prince County Horsemen's Cl...read on

'Rocketop' Keeps Rolling

October 1, 2008:

The biggest stakes event of the season for Illinois-conceived and foaled two-year-old trotting colts turned into nothing more than a stroll in the park for divisional leader Southern Rocketop, as the...read on

John Kovacs Celebrates 1,000th Win

September 30, 2008:

Driver John Kovacs enjoyed a two-win performance at Georgian Downs on Tuesday evening, and that was just enough to put the reinsman into the 1,000-win club....read on

Fall Extravaganza Early Entries Due Today

September 30, 2008:

Entries for Standardbred Canada's 2008 Fall Extravaganza Sale are now being accepted, and today is the deadline for entries to the main catalogue....read on

Pacing Colts Do Battle In Distinction

September 30, 2008:

Three divisions of the Distinction Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings were contested at Sulky Trois Rivieres on Tuesday evening, with each division carrying a purse of $15,000....read on

17 Entered For Kentucky Filly Futurity

September 30, 2008:

Hambletonian Oaks winner Creamy Mimi and Filly World Trotting Derby champion Lantern Kronos will hope to advance from their respective first heat divisions to the Kentucky Filly Futurity final on Friday at The Red Mile in Lexington....read on

Manzi Returns A Winner

September 30, 2008:

Cat Manzi, who spent the last 43 days on the sidelines nursing an injury, was reacquainted with the sulky and the winner's circle earlier this morning....read on

O'Reilly Trainees Ready For Rideau

September 30, 2008:

Frank O'Reilly is heading back to Ottawa for Friday's two-year-old trotting filly Gold final with a pair of youngsters he likens to a high powered sports coupe and an oversized luxury car....read on

Nine Would Be Fine For Tweedle Dum

September 30, 2008:

Pompano Park's track record holder, Tweedle Dum, will shoot for his ninth straight win on Wednesday evening in the Florida oval's Open Trot....read on

Kawartha Cancels

September 30, 2008:

Kawartha Downs was forced to cancel today's card of racing due to unsafe track conditions caused by inclement weather in the Peterborough area....read on

PEI Government Won't Pay For Grandstand

September 30, 2008:

Prince Edward Island treasurer Wes Sheridan has said that the provincial government will not be offering funding to revamp the grandstand at Summerside Raceway....read on

Freshmen Trotting Fillies Square Off In Lexington

September 30, 2008:

Harness racing action is underway once again at the Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky, and this afternoon's card of racing will shine the spotlight on two-year-old trotting fillies as they battle in five divisions of the International Stallion Stakes....read on

Commander Crowe Returns Victorious

September 30, 2008:

After a three-month layoff, the undefeated Swedish trotting star Commander Crowe showed no signs of rust en route to his 23rd straight victory on Monday in the HallandsMästaren at Halmstad....read on

Last Week's Poll Results

September 30, 2008:

Last week's SC Poll asked: "If Walter Case applied for a driver's licence in your jurisdiction, would you be in favour of granting him a licence?"...read on

Monticello To Race Friday Afternoons

September 30, 2008:

Effective Friday, October 3 and continuing throughout the month, Monticello Raceway will be adding Friday afternoon cards to its live racing schedule....read on

Chief Vet For Kentucky Commission Resigns

September 30, 2008:

On Friday, September 26, Kentucky Horse Racing Commission chief veterinarian Lafe Nichols sent in a letter of resignation, yet cited no reasons for the decision....read on

Post Time Change Saturday At CDP

September 30, 2008:

Harness Racing PEI has confirmed a first race post time change for the live card scheduled for Saturday, October 4 at the Charlottetown Driving Park....read on

Hébert Reflects On Gingras

September 30, 2008:

A funeral service for horseman Jean-Marc Gingras will take place at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, and fellow veteran horseman Jacques Hébert has reflected on the 78-year-old....read on

Keystone Horatio Will Be Back In '09

September 30, 2008:

Ontario's gifted three-year-old pacing colts bring their heated rivalry to Rideau Carleton Raceway on Thursday evening and trainer John Kopas is hoping it is Keystone Horatio's turn in the Gold final winner's circle....read on

Freshmen Fillies Flock To Flamboro

September 29, 2008:

More than half of Flamboro Downs' Monday program was dedicated to two-year-old trotting fillies, who invaded Canada's fastest half-mile oval for OSS Grassroots action....read on

Two Splits Of Trillium Series Completed

September 29, 2008:

Artimittateslife and Windsong Eva both captured their respective divisions of the Trillium Series for three-year-old filly pacers tonight at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Fillies Battle In Gold Elims At Mohawk

September 29, 2008:

Cheap Motel and St Lads Popcorn came away with victories in their respective $40,000 OSS Gold Series eliminations for two-year-old pacing fillies at Mohawk Racetrack on Monday evening, but they didn't have much luck in the post position draw for next week's final....read on

One Spot Open In Xtreme Harness Camp

September 29, 2008:

Due to a late participant cancellation, Grand River Raceway has one spot available for its Standardbred Xtreme Adult Harness Camp....read on

Lola Van Zonneveld Passes

September 29, 2008:

Lola Van Zonneveld, whose son-in-law, John Campbell, is racing's winningest driver, passed away September 27, 2008 in New Jersey after a brief illness. She was 77....read on

Italian Stallion Out

September 29, 2008:

Italian trotter Infinitif most likely will miss Saturday's Allerage at The Red Mile in Lexington. The four-year-old is suffering from a minor ligament injury, trainer Marie Ortolan said, and will be given time off....read on

Allerage The Final Stop For Arch Madness

September 29, 2008:

Arch Madness will have one more chance to add to his win total....read on

ORC Issues Safety Vest Reminder

September 29, 2008:

The Ontario Racing Commission would like to remind all drivers of the requirement to wear a safety vest in racing, starting October 1....read on

Restrictions On Horses Coming From U.S.

September 29, 2008:

The Ontario Racing Commission would like to ensure that all industry stakeholders are aware of the current federal restrictions on the import of horses to Canada (or returning to Canada) from the United States....read on

Crazed Takes Break Before Futurity

September 29, 2008:

While his rivals raced, Crazed enjoyed time off before Saturday's Kentucky Futurity at The Red Mile....read on

Daniel Harnois Passes; Arrangements Announced

September 29, 2008:

Trot Insider has learned that Daniel Harnois, former president of the Quebec horsemen's association (ATAQ), lost his bout with cancer over the weekend and has passed away....read on

North American Record For T-Bred Curlin

September 29, 2008:

On Saturday, September 27, four-year-old thoroughbred colt Curlin became the richest racehorse in North American history, as he captured the $750,000 Jockey Gold Cup at Belmont Park, pushing his career earnings to $10.25 million....read on

Newhart Named Dover Race Secretary

September 29, 2008:

Rod Newhart will assume the duties of race secretary at Dover Downs when the Delaware capital-city raceway begins its 40th season the last Sunday in October....read on

Dr. Moore: No Red Mile For Shadow Play

September 29, 2008:

This morning, Shadow Play's trainer Dr. Ian Moore told Trot Insider that the Little Brown Jug winner will not be supplemented to the Tattersalls Pace at the Red Mile, as The Panderosa colt is fighting a hoof separation....read on

Mr Feelgood Sold To Australian Owners

September 29, 2008:

Mr Feelgood, the 2006 Little Brown Jug winner, has been sold to Australian connections and is heading into quarantine next week....read on

Possible Retirement For Windsong Espoir

September 29, 2008:

Windsong Espoir 2,1:55.3 ($759,136) was withdrawn from the Ontario Sires Stakes Gold final on September 28 at Mohawk Racetrack. The three-year-old Kadabra colt has been shut down for the rest of the season, and there is a possibility that his career is over....read on

Mike Stein Passes

September 29, 2008:

Mike Stein, owner and operator of Victory Lane Farms Training Center in Flamborough, ON, passed away suddenly on his farm on Wednesday, September 24....read on

Georgian Overhauls Condition Sheet

September 29, 2008:

Georgian Downs has announced that it has completed an overhaul of its condition sheet, including an enhanced purse structure....read on

Amateur Canucks Excel In Billings

September 29, 2008:

Perhaps it was only fitting that the Canadian members of the C.K.G. Billings Amateur Driving Series won most of the contests on their home turf this past weekend....read on


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