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A Call For Support In Michigan

March 6, 2020:

The North American Harness Horse Alliance (NAHHA) has taken action to help support harness racing in on

ORC: Be Cautious Of EHV-1

January 2, 2013:

On Wednesday, January 2, the Ontario Racing Commission released a notice to the industry in response to a case of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) at Sports Creek on

Hoping For 'Instant' Help In Michigan

December 10, 2012:

As legislation regarding the legalization of 'instant racing' currently sits in a Senate committee in the state of Michigan, both track operators and horsemen alike are hoping for the best in a on

'Instant Racing' Bill Moves Along In MI

November 13, 2012:

Legislation approved last week in Michigan's state house is a step in the right direction for 'historical racing' or 'instant racing' to become reality at state racetracks, but according to a report, the movement still has an uphill battle to on

'Operation Save Michigan Horse Racing'

April 30, 2012:

It's been a busy couple of weeks in Lansing, and tremendous progress has been made in the fight to save racing in on

Police Investigating After S-Breds Injured

August 12, 2011:

According to a report, authorities are actively searching for the individual or individuals that released a trio of standardbreds from a barn which led to injuries which could prove to be on

Robert Williams, III Loses Life In Accident

June 2, 2011:

The Michigan Harness Horsemen's Association has reported that 26-year-old trainer/driver Robert 'RJ' Williams, III passed away on

Kramer To Return Home To Michigan

February 10, 2011:

Look out drivers, longtime perennial leader Brad Kramer is returning home to on

Comments On Sports Creek Raceway

January 31, 2011:

Horsepeople, employees and customers have chimed in on the state of Michigan's Sports Creek Raceway. And although the track has seen a drastic reduction in race dates, those which enjoy the track enjoy it a on

Kramer Up And Coming In East?

November 30, 2010:

When Brad Kramer decided to move from the racing scene in Michigan and move to New York State he knew he was taking a chance. He was always among the leading drivers in his home state and his move east was without on

Pinnacle Closing Simulcasting; Future Grey

November 4, 2010:

In Michigan, Pinnacle Race Course, which opened only two years ago, on July 18, 2008, has announced it will be closing its simulcast operation and shutting the plant down for the winter, with resumption on

Forward, Piroski, Wallis Fined, Suspended

September 3, 2010:

In keeping with the mandate of the Ontario Racing Commission to protect the integrity of racing and maintain the fairness of the sport, the director has ordered the immediate suspension of the licenses of on

Harmon: "I Am Innocent, 100 Per Cent"

June 18, 2010:

Don Harmon, one of five horsemen currently suspended from racing as a result of ongoing race fixing allegations in the state of Michigan, has spoken out on the situation, as he has gone on the record as saying, "I am on

Detroit News Explores Michigan Industry

June 1, 2010:

In a pair of articles, The Detroit News has shined its spotlight on the State of Michigan's horse racing on

Finley On Michigan Allegations, Pools

March 9, 2010:

Award-winning racing writer Bill Finley has stated that he strongly doubts alleged race fixers focused on the pools at Michigan on

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