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Stakes Payment Dates Extended In BC

January 29, 2021:

Trot Insider has been informed that the two-year-old and three-year-old sustaining payment dates for the BC Open (Keith Linton/Penny Bath) have been changed....read on

Record Mile For Outlawgrabbingears

March 30, 2019:

Outlawgrabbingears turned in a thoroughly dominant performance Friday evening at Fraser Downs in winning the $75,000 Keith Linton Memorial for three-year-old colt and geldings pacers, and in doing so the colt stretched his winning streak to five in a row....read on

Big Night For Outlawgrabbingears

March 23, 2019:

The same night he was named Alberta's 2018 Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year at the ASHA Awards Gala, Outlawgrabbingears made his sophomore debut a winning one in the Keith Linton Memorial eliminations on Friday night (March 22) at Fraser Downs....read on

Bath, Linton Winners Crowned; Milestone For Masse

April 14, 2018:

Cusdmagicdragon and Boiling Oar were crowned winners in the $75,000 sophomore stakes finals of the Penny Bath and Keith Linton while driver Serge Masse swept the final Open pacing events of the meet to reach the 3,000-win milestone on Friday night (April 13) at Fraser Downs....read on

Linton & Bath Elims Open Fraser Card

April 7, 2018:

Friday night's harness racing card at Fraser Downs began with the elimination rounds for the Keith Linton and Penny Bath Memorial Stakes....read on

Da Magician Triumphs In Linton Final

April 22, 2017:

Da Magician added the Keith Linton Memorial to his resume with a 1:53.1 career-best performance in the $75,000 sophomore colt stakes final featured on Friday night (April 21) at Fraser Downs....read on

Favourites Deliver In Linton Elims

April 14, 2017:

Popular sophomore pacers Da Magician and Senga Nitro stole the show in their respective $10,000 Keith Linton Memorial eliminations featured on the Good Friday (April 14) afternoon card of harness racing at Fraser Downs....read on

Catching Up With Alberta's Trainers

April 5, 2017:

Sunday was a day to wander around shed rows and try and keep warm at Century Downs. A mid-morning snowstorm blanketed the area and forced a 40-minute delay to the start of the matinee card of harness racing. Once the snow was bladed off the racetrack, the 10-race card could proceed. But while trainers were waiting, they were ready to talk....read on

Taking A ‘Crazy’ Climb Up The Ranks

March 27, 2017:

Justabitcrazy has been anything but since driver-trainer Ryan Grundy acquired him in January of 2016....read on

Kokanee Seelster Romps In Linton

April 3, 2016:

North America Cup eligible Kokanee Seelster was a blowout winner in the $75,000 Keith Linton Memorial Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts on Sunday, April 3 as Fraser Downs wrapped up its 2015-16 meet....read on

Clark Sweeps Stakes On Fraser Finale

April 25, 2015:

Trainer/driver Keith Clark swept the $75,000 Keith Linton Memorial and matching filly companion Penny Bath Memorial Stakes during Fraser Downs' meet-closing card on Friday night with North America Cup eligible First Class Horse and Blue Star Texas....read on

Premium Stock Wins Linton Memorial

March 23, 2014:

The lightly raced sophomore pacer Premium Stock took advantage of the passing lane to win his first stake event off a pocket trip on Sunday afternoon at Fraser Downs in the $15,000 Keith Linton Memorial....read on

Big N Bad Wins Keith Linton Memorial

March 31, 2013:

Rebounding from a disappointing finish in his last stakes event, Big N Bag cruised to a career-best victory in Sunday's featured $15,000 Keith Linton Memorial at Fraser Downs, which is for three-year-old pacing horses and geldings that are B.C. owned, bred or sired....read on

Gotta Have Nukes Takes Linton Memorial

April 6, 2012:

Sophomore pacer Gotta Have Nukes, last year's B.C. Breeders Stake champion, returned to victory lane with a 1:55.1 career-best effort in the $15,000 Keith Linton Memorial Stake on Good Friday afternoon at Fraser Downs...read on

Base Camp Wires Keith Linton Final

January 9, 2010:

Base Camp went wire-to-wire to win his Keith Linton Memorial elimination one week ago at Fraser Down and on Friday night, January 8 the four-year-old son of Camluck-Merry Go Round returned to take the $25,000 finale despite the rainy weather and a sloppy track...read on


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