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The Latest On Larry Lederman

October 26, 2011:

While the harness racing industry has focused most of its attention on this Saturday's Breeders Crown, a collective breath is held with fingers crossed for announcer Larry on

Can Gray's Luck Turn Around?

October 21, 2011:

"A five-eighths mile track, it sure makes a big difference. We've got five in to go in the stakes finals, and we've got two eight holes and two seven holes." on

Storm Weathered, Gillis Now #1

October 20, 2011:

"He'll always hold a soft spot in my heart, he came at a tough time for me. Without him I don't know if either of the other two [colts] would have existed for me." on

Roberts Swinging For The Fences

October 14, 2011:

"Make no mistake, nobody at Northlands is happy with the status quo, nobody's happy that our numbers continue to fall. But we're going to go to the ends of the Earth to do whatever we can to promote the product and to build that on-track on

"Pricing Is Too High"

October 12, 2011:

"I don't know if there is a consensus [on takeout] to be honest. When some of the people down there heard I was on this panel, they sat me down and said 'you can't really think that reducing takeout is a good idea.' on

Maritime Heavyweights Seek Crowns

October 8, 2011:

"He's tremedously fast, very big and has gone a lot of trips in the Maritimes. Trotters before couldn't attain that kind of speed." on

A New Era At Fraser

October 6, 2011:

Ten months of harness racing, a dominant trainer returning home and a reduced takeout rate for the horseplayers. Can Fraser Downs convert these positives into a successful Fall-Winter meet? on

Takter Updates On 'Pastor' & 'Peelers'

September 28, 2011:

"She's really unique. I've never personally been that kind of speed with her, I was actually thrilled to sit behind her and see how easy she floats. My track is not that fast so I value that as maybe a :48 or on

Racing Returns To Regina

September 17, 2011:

After nearly a decade-long hiatus, live harness racing will return to Saskatchewan's capital city on Sunday with the inaugural card at West on

That's All You Gotta Know

September 15, 2011:

"I probably should have been out about eight weeks, but I came back in five weeks. Driving those types, you don't get them every year to drive. I was a little lame when I came back but I was alright sitting in a racebike." on

Bigtime Ball Back For The Fall

September 12, 2011:

Platelet-rich plasma and stem cell therapy are becoming more and more prevalent in helping athletes both in and out of harness racing recover from injuries. Will it help Bigtime Ball recover enough to compete with and tackle the aged pacing division? on

Where Is Warrawee Needy?

September 8, 2011:

The last time Warrawee Needy raced, he finished out of the top three for the first time in his short but impressive career. Where is the colt that has prompted early and lofty comparisons to some of harness racing' on

Clinton Creates Community Bond

September 2, 2011:

One of Ontario's most popular summer harness racing destinations, Clinton Raceway continues to do its fair share of community service work with special cards like Legends on

How Good Is Daylon Magician?

August 29, 2011:

Five years ago, the top trotting colt in the Ontario Sires Stakes faced the best in North America when those trotters shipped to Canada - and he defeated them. Can David Lemon’s homebred world champion Daylon Magician repeat what Majestic Son did in 2006? on

Drivers Handicap Xtreme Pick 4

August 26, 2011:

Who better to handicap the $10,000 Xtreme Pick 4 than Dan Clements, Anthony MacDonald and J.R. Plante, three of the top drivers in the history of Xtreme Horsepower? on

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