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Forbidden Trade Out Of Cashman

August 5, 2020:

What would have been a 2020 John Cashman Memorial Trot featuring three former Hambletonian champions has been reduced to two with the withdrawal of 2019 Hambletonian winner Forbidden Trade from Saturday's (Aug. 8) on

Nat Ray Memorial Renamed

March 12, 2013:

The New Meadowlands is announcing that the Nat Ray Free For All trot will be known as the John Cashman Jr. Memorial beginning with the 2013 race on Hambletonian Day, August on

Mister Herbie & Chapter Seven Ready For Rematch In Nat Ray

August 2, 2012:

Harness racing’s top-ranked older trotters --- Chapter Seven and Mister Herbie --- are ready to renew acquaintances in Saturday’s $250,000 Nat Ray Invitational at the Meadowlands Racetrack as part of a star-studded Hambletonian Day on

Hambo & Nat Ray To Air On CBS

July 31, 2012:

CBS Sports Network will present a 90-minute high-definition live broadcast of the $1.5 million Hambletonian, $714,050 Hambletonian Oaks and $250,000 Nat Ray on Saturday, Aug. 4 beginning at 3:30 on

Hambletonian Day News Centre

August 6, 2011:

One of the greatest days in harness racing is here. No less than 14 stakes events at The Meadowlands with the world watching. North American trotting's richest prize, the $1.5 million Hambletonian is on the on

Slave Dream Sidelined

July 29, 2011:

When the best older trotters in North America compete in the $300,000 Nat Ray on August 5 at the Meadowlands Racetrack, last year’s winner, Slave Dream, will not be lining up behind the on

You Say He Can Go How Fast?!?

August 11, 2010:

After having not raced a horse at the Meadowlands Racetrack in 17 years, trainer Frank O'Reilly has said that he was over the moon when Slave Dream won the $300,000 Nat Ray this past weekend. The horseman has also said that massive speed could be coming on

Top Trotters To Skip Nat Ray

August 3, 2010:

Three of harness racing's most dominant trotters will not appear on this year's Hambletonian Day program electing to skip the $300,000 Nat on

Nat Ray To Lucky Jim In 1:50.1

August 8, 2009:

Rebounding from his first defeat this year in the Maple Leaf Trot, Lucky Jim was simply awesome for driver Andy Miller, crushing the top open trotters in harness racing with a 1:50.1 track and world record effort in $300,000 Nat Ray Free For All Invitational Trot on Saturday afternoon at the on

San Pail Invited To Nat Ray

July 28, 2009:

In an article posted today on, Rod Hughes, trainer of the Maple Leaf Trot winning San Pail, has gone on record as saying that the excitement in the stretch drive "darn near killed me." on

Hambletonian News Centre

August 2, 2008:

The $1.5 million Hambletonian takes place this afternoon at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey. All of the up-to-date information surrounding the event is right on

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