view counter
 
view counter
 
 

Stakes Action at Holland Fair

July 5, 2008:

Manitoba's Holland Fair hosted three $3,067 divisions of the Golden Boy Stake for three-year-old pacers and one $7,241 Silk Lace division for sophomore pacing fillies during their Saturday card of harness racing....read on

Wholly Louy Repeats at Woodstock

July 5, 2008:

It was déjà vu all over again for the combination of driver Brad Forward and trainer Casie Coleman as Wholly Louy was a wire-to-wire winner in Woodstock Raceway's $17,500 Preferred Pace on Saturday afternoon....read on

Grand Circuit Week Kicks Off at Pocono

July 5, 2008:

Native Bride continued her winning ways with a victory in a W.N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes race on Saturday afternoon at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. The Reynolds races are the featured part of Grand Circuit Week at Pocono, which runs through Friday....read on

Babies Qualify At Mohawk

July 5, 2008:

Mohawk Racetrack had another full slate of babies qualifying on Saturday morning as there were 14 events scheduled at the Campbellville, Ontario oval....read on

The World According to Dean: Youth is served in Sweden

July 5, 2008:

The Swedes traditionally don't place much emphasis on early ability in their trotters. They prefer to let their bones, bodies, and minds mature. Their goal is to have a sound, useful horse that can perform at the same level year after year. They're not into the "throwaway horse" mentality that prevails with some trainers in North America. ...read on

Noble Doubles Up In Ohio Sire Stakes

July 5, 2008:

Ohio Hall of Fame horseman Sam "Chip" Noble of Xenia won two of the five Ohio Sires Stakes splits contested during a steady downpour Friday at Scioto Downs....read on

Trainers Exonerated From Aminorex Charges

July 4, 2008:

In a release late this afternoon, the Ontario Racing Commission announced that trainers Annette Lorentzon, Karen Cooper, Mitchell Sahely, Garry Merner, George Peters and Kenneth Duncan have been exonerated from Aminorex charges....read on

'Dewey' Makes It A Dozen In Dancer Elim

July 4, 2008:

Deweycheatumnhowe continued his excellence for trainer/driver Ray Schnittker by making it an even dozen when he scored in 1:52.2 to take the first of two $35,000 Stanley Dancer eliminations at the Meadowlands on Friday. ...read on

Snow White Rebounds In Miller Elim

July 4, 2008:

Snow White, the 2007 champion filly, rebounded from a rare miscue last week to win the second of two $35,000 Del Miller eliminations in 1:54 on Friday at the Meadowlands. ...read on

'Meliss' Equals Mohawk Track Record

July 4, 2008:

Four Starzz Meliss turned in a five-star effort on Friday at Mohawk Racetrack, which propelled her to a track record equaling performance for aged pacing mares when she won the Mares Open Pace in 1:49.3....read on

Smoking Gun Scores In Connors Memorial

July 4, 2008:

Smoking Gun pulled off an improbable looking victory for driver Art Mcilmurray at 12-1 to win Friday's $100,000 William C. Connors Memorial for three-year-old trotters at Hazel Park....read on

Track Record For Shake That Junk In Trillium

July 4, 2008:

Shake That Junk etched her name in the Grand River Raceway track record books for three-year-old pacing fillies with a 1:54.2 performance in her Trillium division on Friday....read on

Outlaw Watch Me Wins Yorkton Invite

July 4, 2008:

Outlaw Watch Me watched things from the pocket and then her rivals watched her visit the winner's circle after she captured the $1,500 Yorkton Exhibition Invite on Friday....read on

Condi Lane Lowers Record In Bud Light

July 4, 2008:

Condi Lane withstood an early park out and never looked back on Friday at Flamboro Downs, front-stepping her way to victory lane and setting a new track record for three-year-old trotting fillies in her $40,958 Bud Light Stakes division....read on

Pompano Forced To Cancel Friday's Card

July 4, 2008:

Due to a lightning strike on the main transformer for the racetrack lights, live racing was cancelled at Pompano Park on Friday....read on

Matthews Inherits Mildred Williams Win

July 4, 2008:

Angie Matthews and Scotian Delight were declared the winners after an eventful Mildred Williams Driving Series event at Grand River Raceway on Friday....read on

Fox Valley Sage Sets Record At The Rock

July 4, 2008:

Fox Valley Sage established a new mark for four-year-old pacing mares when she covered the Rockingham Park mile in a sizzling 1:52.2 on Friday....read on

Oil Prices Affect International Racing

July 4, 2008:

South Korea has decided to say lights out to night-time horse racing due to record high oil prices....read on

Smith, Mccooeye Seek Class

July 4, 2008:

After four years off from racing, Mccooeye is fit and back for some racing action, but finding a class to race in near his home in Woodlawn, Ontario has proven to be a struggle....read on

Stevenson Fed Up

July 4, 2008:

Fed up with the current climate of the standardbred racing industry in Alberta, Brad Stevenson of Verve Racing Stables has sent Trot Insider a letter sounding off on the situation....read on

Moulton Comments On Dire Rideau Situation

July 4, 2008:

This afternoon Trot Insider spoke with Russ Moulton, executive director of the National Capital Region Harness Horse Association, about the situation caused in the Ottawa area due to the influx of Quebec horses....read on

Willie Win vs. Grandy The Grey!

July 4, 2008:

This Sunday, Oxer Stables will be hosting a horse show that will also feature standardbred horses. During lunchtime the heavily anticipated mascot race between Grand River's Grandy the Grey and Standardbred Canada's Willie Win will take place....read on

Beshear Dissolves KHRA

July 4, 2008:

Yesterday in Kentucky, an executive order was signed by governor Steve Beshear dissolving the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority....read on

Mike Barrieau On Return To Driving

July 4, 2008:

He hasn't driven in a pari-mutuel race in 15 years, but this morning Trot Insider spoke with pilot Mike Barrieau, who will be steering Longworth Legacy tomorrow at Exhibition Park Raceway....read on

OHHA Youth Camps Underway For 2008

July 4, 2008:

The 2008 season of OHHA Youth Camps kicked off yesterday for young horse enthusiasts in the Flamboro Downs area. Eight local children are participating in the camp which runs through to Sunday when the kids will actually drive the horses they've been partnered with in two exhibition races....read on

Holmes On Sports Gambling Push

July 4, 2008:

This morning Trot Insider spoke with Jane Holmes of the Woodbine Entertainment Group in regard to the recent push by Canadian racetracks, associations and the Ontario Government for legalized Las Vegas-style sports wagering....read on

Atlantic Sires Stakes To Summerside

July 4, 2008:

Some of the best young horses from across the Maritimes will be showcased in a full slate of Atlantic Sires Stakes action at the Summerside Raceway throughout the coming week....read on

McCown On Legalized Sports Wagering

July 4, 2008:

The topic of legal, single-game sports wagering at Ontario's casinos and racetracks has been in the news this week. And the original Primetime Bobcat, award-winning Fan 590 radio host Bob McCown, has let his feelings known....read on

Reminder: Horseperson's Benevolent Tourney

July 4, 2008:

Officials from The Horsepersons' Benevolent Fund would like to remind all Maritimers of the first annual Horsepersons' Benevolent Golf Tournament, to take place at Fox Meadows Golf Club in Stratford, PEI on Wednesday, August 13, 2008....read on

Malabar Man On Hand For Induction

July 4, 2008:

Malabar Man will be personally inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame on the evening of Sunday, July 6. It is only the second time a horse honouree has been present for the induction ceremony....read on

Schnittker Talks 'Dewey'

July 4, 2008:

"He's the one to beat now. I hope to get this pressure every year....read on

Filly And Driver Alright After Mohawk Spill

July 3, 2008:

Driver Mario Baillargeon and three-year-old pacing filly Canaco Reveille came away relatively unscathed in a one-horse spill in Thursday's second race at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Mccooeye Reunited With The Winner's Circle

July 3, 2008:

The comeback for millionaire trotter Mccooeye didn't start off very well, but the classy campaigner found his way to victory lane on Thursday night at Rideau Carleton Raceway....read on

Clouthier Weighs In

July 3, 2008:

OHRIA executive director Hector Clouthier today emailed Trot Magazine conveying his full agreement with editor Darryl Kaplan's July 2008 installment of The View, which states the sta...read on

Elite Fillies Battle At Sulky Quebec

July 3, 2008:

A set of $33,000 Elite divisions for three-year-old trotting fillies went to the gate at Sulky Quebec on Thursday evening, and winning cheques were doled out to Altesse and Afternoon Dreams following their impressive scores....read on

Bunkmeister Sets PASS Record

July 3, 2008:

In a scintillating career debut, Bunkmeister paced to a stake record 1:52.3 in a $256,685 Pennsylvania Sires Stake for freshman colts and geldings Thursday at The Meadows....read on

Babies Battle In NJSS At The Meadowlands

July 3, 2008:

There were five NJSS divisions on tap at The Meadowlands on Thursday evening, with rookie trotting and pacing colts and geldings taking centre stage....read on

Rare Friday Night Card AT CDPEC

July 3, 2008:

The horses take the stage on a rare Friday night performance at the Charlottetown Driving Park Entertainment Centre, with first race post time set for 7 p.m....read on

ASHA Issues Statement

July 3, 2008:

The Alberta Standardbred Association issued a release this afternoon stating it is extremely concerned with Northlands Park's recently-announced agreement with the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association....read on

Hot Collectibles On eBay.ca To Support Chase

July 3, 2008:

Do you want a copy of Crazy Good: The True Story of Dan Patch, the Most Famous Horse in America? How about one with 11 autographs and a pair of Somebeachsomewhere's shoes?...read on

Hip Numbers For PA Preferred Online

July 3, 2008:

Hip numbers for the PA Preferred Yearling Sale, to take place Sunday, August 24, are now available online....read on

Young Race Caller In The Spotlight

July 3, 2008:

The Daily Gleaner has shone its light on Chris Davies, Fredericton Raceway's man in the booth who at age 19 has already called over 1,000 races....read on

Last Call For Tickets And Online Voting

July 3, 2008:

Grand River Raceway has issued a reminder about deadlines for two upcoming events -- Powder Puff Night and the inaugural Race Announcer Contest....read on

Ericsson Recovering

July 3, 2008:

The BC Standardbred Association has reported that Fraser Downs trainer Sten Ericsson was admitted to the Peace Arch Hospital, in White Rock, BC earlier this week after suffering a stroke at his home....read on

TROT 4 Kids Track Tour Contest Winner!

July 3, 2008:

Matthew Perry of Charlottetown, PEI is the winner of the June TROT 4 Kids' Track Tour Contest and a dinner for two gift card to the Charlottetown Driving Park Entertainment Centre's Top of the Park Dining Room....read on

Sudbury To Reduce Purses

July 3, 2008:

Sudbury Downs announced this morning that due to the extended labour dispute by OLG employees at the facility, the track will be implementing a significantly reduced purse structure, effective July 9, 2008....read on

Sunday Horse Show To Feature S-Breds

July 3, 2008:

Sunday, July 6 from 9:00 a.m. to approximately 4:00 p.m., a horse show featuring standardbred horses will be taking place at Oxer Stables, located at 6250 Walkers Line....read on

B Strike Three Gold For Connections

July 3, 2008:

At the end of the 2007 season, vets were shocked B Strike Three was in such good health after finding the colt had a very serious medical condition. What the colt has done after just six starts in 2008 has been remarkable....read on

Road To The Hambletonian

July 3, 2008:

Each week, Ken Warkentin of the Meadowlands Racetrack ranks the contenders for the $1.5 million Hambletonian, to be contested August 2 at the East Rutherford, New Jersey oval....read on

Henriksen High On Clerk Magistrate

July 3, 2008:

With already one Hambletonian victory under his belt, trainer Per Henriksen is looking at grabbing another this year with Andover Hall colt Clerk Magistrate....read on


view counter
 
 
 

© 2017 Standardbred Canada. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement and compliance with the legal disclaimer and privacy policy.

Firefox 3 Best with IE 7 Built with Drupal