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Rideau Preferred To Its A Good Thing

August 18, 2011:

After narrow misses in his last two appearances in Rideau Carleton Raceway’s $13,000 Preferred class, Its A Good Thing returned to the five-eighths mile oval on Thursday evening and got all the on

Rideau Feature To Its a Good Thing

July 14, 2011:

Its A Good Thing stepped up in class to the Preferred level on Thursday following a victory against easier company at Rideau Carleton Raceway one week ago, and the class hike didn’t bother the pacer one on

Upset In Rideau Feature; Gagnon & Giroux Dominate

May 13, 2011:

Its A Good Thing needed every inch of Rideau Carleton Raceway’s stretch to rally to a 1:53.4 score in Thursday’s $13,000 Preferred Pace, and the victory was music to the ears of the longshot players who backed him on

Copley & Gendron Dominate At Rideau

January 16, 2011:

The duo of trainer Jamie Copley and driver Stephane Gendron were nearly unstoppable at Rideau Carleton Raceway on Sunday evening, which should come as no surprise based on their success at the Gloucester, Ontario on

Its A Good Thing Leaps Into Gold Series

August 21, 2009:

Its A Good Thing heads into Tuesday’s Gold elimination at Grand River Raceway with an impressive record of seven wins and three seconds in 12 starts this season, but the date of the three-year-old pacing colt’s last start was May on

Oscar Oscar, Its A Good Thing Score In Youthful Splits

April 3, 2009:

Newcomer Oscar Oscar made his Woodbine debut on a wet and sloppy Friday night and issued a strong statement with a convincing 1:54.1 victory in one of two $25,000 divisions in the second round of the Youthful Pacing Series for on

Its A Good Thing, Allamerican Motive Take Youthful Splits

March 27, 2009:

Nineteen sophomores butted heads at Woodbine Racetrack on Friday evening as the Rexdale, Ontario oval played host to the opening leg of the Youthful Pacing Series, which featured a pair of $25,000 on

Down To Six In Apaches Fame

March 19, 2009:

Just six sophomore colts will be going postward in the $48,200 final of the Apaches Fame Pacing Series on Friday night at Woodbine Racetrack, but the race is anything but a foregone on

Good Things Happen In Apaches Fame

March 13, 2009:

It might have been Friday the thirteenth, but the news evidently didn’t reach a colt named Its A Good Thing, who paced to a one-and-a-quarter length victory tonight in the $20,000 second leg of the Apaches Fame Series at Woodbine on

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