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2012 Breeders Crown Night Wraps Up

October 27, 2012:

Harness racing’s brightest stars faced off at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday night in 12 spectacular Breeders Crown championships worth over $6.1 million in on

Sweeter Than Victory

October 26, 2012:

If you ask John Cancelliere to reflect upon Bettor Sweet’s career highlights it’s not the world record of 1:47.2, the second world record mile in 1:48.1f, last year’s Breeders Crown triumph or the fact he’s one of the richest pacers of all-time in North America that’s provided him with the ultimate on

Open Pacers Prep For Breeders Crown

October 21, 2012:

Defending Breeders Crown Open Pace champion Bettor Sweet prepped for this year's championship event with a 1:49.2 winning effort in Woodbine Racetrack's top pacing class on Saturday on

My MVP Wins Kentucky Futurity In Straight Heats

October 7, 2012:

My MVP wore down Archangel in the stretch to win the 120th edition of the Kentucky Futurity for three-year-old trotters in straight heats during a stakes-filled card of harness racing on Sunday afternoon at The Red on

World Champ 'Bettor' Than Ever?

April 30, 2012:

"You have to have an admiration for a horse that can race at this level for as long as he has. Everybody that’s in (the sport) just loves horses, and when you get one that’s that special, to be around him, that’s what we’re looking for in this game.” on

Sweet Future To Receive USHWA Award

December 7, 2011:

Sweet Future, a homebred daughter of Falcons Future--Sweet Dahrlin whose progeny lit up both the two-year-old and the free-for-all pacing ranks this season, was the unanimous choice of the U.S. Harness Writers Association’s broodmare board of on

Will 'Bettor' Be 'Foiled' In Repeat Bid?

November 11, 2011:

One of the top rivalries in the sport will be on display on Saturday night at Balmoral Park as Breeders Crown winner and defending American National Aged Pace champion Bettor Sweet faces Foiled Again, one of only 12 pacers in history to eclipse $3 on

Looking Back On The Breeders Crown

November 1, 2011:

If we learned one thing from Saturday's great Breeders Crown night it should be to celebrate the great horses. A night that had started with trainers and owners scrambling to find replacements for empty sulky seats culminated with champions crowned and horses exhibiting incredible speed and courage in a dozen fantastic on

2011 Breeders Crown In The Books

October 29, 2011:

Harness racing’s top athletes put on a fantastic show at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ont. on Saturday night during the prestigious Breeders Crown card featuring over $6 million in purses with all 12 championships on the same program for the first time ever in on

Small Breeder, Big 'Crown' Influence

October 28, 2011:

Seth Rosenfeld has been in the harness game pretty much his entire life. His parents owned some champions in the 1970s and his uncle, Alan Leavitt, ran Lana Lobell Farms, which his family shared ownership on

Hambo Field Set; Ouellette Sweeps Oaks Elims

July 30, 2011:

A pair of $70,000 Hambletonian eliminations for three-year-old trotters were carded on Saturday at the Meadowlands Racetrack with Broad Bahn and Manofmanymissions turning in winning on

'Matters,' 'Sweet' Turn Up The Heat

July 16, 2011:

Ideal Matters and Bettor Sweet turned in incendiary, victorious performances to highlight an action-packed night of racing at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, providing the perfect exclamation point to Back To The Track on

World Record For Bettor Sweet; Anndrovette Delivers In Artiscape

June 12, 2011:

The best older pacers on the planet made their way to Tioga Downs on Sunday afternoon competing in a pair of rich events, with distaffers duking it out in the Artiscape and the boys battling in the Bettors on

Macraider N, Bettor Sweet Battle To A World Record Dead Heat

May 28, 2011:

Macraider N and Bettor Sweet set a world record in Saturday night’s featured Open Pace at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs by posting the fastest time ever on a 5/8-mile oval in a race finishing in a dead heat for the win. The amazing time on

St Elmo Hero Recovering

May 10, 2011:

After a fading, eighth-place finish in the $50,000 Graduate elimination at the Meadowlands on Saturday, May 7, after a lengthy duel with eventual winner Bettor Sweet, owner John Barnard knew something was wrong on

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