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Millers Hopeful For Hambletonian Win

August 2, 2017:

“I think the horse (Devious Man) is really sharp and really good. I’m not thrilled about the draw, but hopefully we can advance from there and get to the final. Hopefully we can win [the elimination] and secure an inside spot for the final." on

Devious Man Punches Ticket To Beal

June 21, 2017:

Less than a week ago, trainer Julie Miller was uncertain whether she would send Devious Man to the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial. Devious Man’s performance in last Sunday’s Empire Breeders Classic made the decision on

Rookies Impress At Gaitway

June 19, 2017:

Dave Van Wart walked away from Gaitway Farm wearing a broad smile this morning, but that’s not unusual. Van Wart, who grew up near the training facility and still lives in the area, has owned harness racing horses for the past six years and spends as much time as possible watching them prep for the races at trainer Tom Fanning’s on

Burke, Miller Enjoy Big Days At Gaitway

June 5, 2017:

Ron Burke and Julie Miller sent out the majority of Monday’s two-year-old trotters and pacers at Gaitway Farms’ first qualifiers of the month, and both trainers were happy with what they saw from their young horses as they prepare for the season on

Tuonoblu Rex To Make His Mark?

May 25, 2017:

“The whole purpose of sending him to the USA was to see what he is, so we put him in everything. He’s going to decide his fate. The worst scenario is that he’s an Open [level] trotter. That’s not a bad gig. But if he can step up and go with the top horses in the U.S., that would be fantastic.” on

Response To NY Glaucine Rulings

February 17, 2017:

On Friday, February 17, lawyer and Standardbred horse owner Howard Taylor issued a response to the New York State Gaming Commission’s statement and handling of the glaucine positives that were produced in New York on

A 'Man' With Hambo-Winning Pedigree

February 10, 2017:

“We know Walner is definitely the big horse in this division and he will be tough to beat, but we think we have a nice horse....The Hambletonian for him? We will see how it goes, but getting there is in the family.” on

The Hambletonian Dark Horses

August 4, 2016:

A word of advice concerning Saturday’s Hambletonian: don’t take the “other guys” for granted. Southwind Frank and Bar Hopping will be the clear-cut favourites when the 91st edition of the Hambletonian, presented by Mullinax Ford, takes place at the Meadowlands on Saturday (Aug. 6). But there are at least four talented dark horses that can make things very interesting coming down the on

Trainer Tunes Out Drama, Noise

July 22, 2016:

"I really try to just stay off social media at this point. I don’t read a bunch of stuff. I need to focus on my horses, not what everybody else is doing. I really just try to zone in and let the external noise figure itself out." on

It's Miller Time At Buffalo Raceway

July 13, 2016:

It was 'Miller time' at Buffalo Raceway on Wednesday night (July 13) as the husband and wife combination of Andy and Julie Miller dominated the action in the New York Sire Stakes for the two-year-old colt and gelding on

Herrera Makes Driving Debut

June 7, 2016:

When announcer Larry Lederman went through the driver changes for Monday’s eighth-race qualifier at Gaitway Farm, spectators shared a few puzzled looks when Fredi Herrera was named on the No. 1 horse, Southwind Cruze, from the stable of trainer Julie on

Burke/Gingras Take Six At Gaitway

June 6, 2016:

Ron Burke can’t say whether he has a horse similar to Southwind Frank in his group of two-year-olds that qualified for the first time Monday (June 6) at Gaitway Farms, but the trainer was generally pleased with what he saw from his 25 rookies that went to the on

Statements On Glaucine Positives

February 11, 2016:

The following statement was issued by Meadowlands Chairman Jeffrey Gural in light of recent reports that horses have tested positive for Class 2 drug glaucine in New on

Returning Trotter In Deep

December 2, 2015:

Julie Miller likens Opulent Yankee’s return from a nearly five-month layoff to compete in Friday’s Open Handicap for trotters at the Meadowlands to “jumping off the high dive a little bit.” But it might help the trainer determine whether the four-year-old gelding can make a big splash in on

Miller's Rookies Ready To Rumble

October 15, 2015:

Julie Miller does not have morning line favorites in Friday’s Breeders Crown eliminations for two-year-old male and female trotters at Woodbine Racetrack, but the trainer is happy with the way her Milligans School and Womans Will are heading into their respective on

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