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Kosher Mahoney Seeks Second Straight

July 13, 2021:

Kosher Mahoney. Sounds like a sit-com or a Jewish-Irish crime boss. Actually, it’s the unusual name of a promising two-year-old colt trotter who romped by 6-1/2 lengths in his career debut....read on

Take All Comers Upsets In PASS

June 23, 2021:

Take All Comers authored a powerful 1:53.2 victory in his third-round Pennsylvania Sire Stakes event for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings on Wednesday afternoon (June 23) at Harrah’s Philadelphia....read on

A Breakthrough Year For In Range?

May 14, 2021:

In Range was among the sport’s top two-year-old male trotters last year but was tantalizingly close to several signature victories that would have elevated his profile significantly. On Saturday, the Hambletonian eligible kicks off what his connections hope will be his breakthrough sophomore campaign....read on

Pocono Announces PASS Date Change

April 21, 2021:

Management at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Harness Horsemen’s Association, is announcing the movement of two May Pennsylvania Sire Stakes / Stallion Series events to the following day, to relieve possible conflicts for horsemen....read on

Allywag Hanover Heads To Pocono

August 7, 2020:

The early-season high flyer Allywag Hanover leads the sport’s 'glamour division,' the three-year-old colt pacers, to The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono on Tuesday afternoon, when they will compete in three divisions of the $191,159 third preliminary round of their Pennsylvania Sire Stakes....read on

Sophomore Debut For Lyons Sentinel

July 10, 2020:

There are action-packed cards, and then there’s Saturday’s blockbuster program at The Meadows....read on

Early June PASS To Be Rescheduled

May 8, 2020:

Please be advised that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Pennsylvania State Horse Racing Commission has postponed the following Sires Stakes and Stallion Series races....read on

Catch The Fire Ignites Big Dreams

September 6, 2019:

"Win or lose, we’re excited. This is why we all do it. We’ve had offers to sell him and I could never do that. I couldn’t take our one chance at maybe racing in the big races and give it away to somebody else."...read on

Sister Sledge To Pocono Monday

August 16, 2019:

Headed by the undefeated Sister Sledge, the $181,105 third preliminary round of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for two-year-old trotting fillies will be held in three divisions during the twilight card on Monday at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono....read on

Top Fillies Head To Pocono Sunday

August 8, 2019:

The cream of this year’s three-year-old pacing filly crop, including the first six finishers in the Shady Daisy Pace on Hambletonian Day, will gather at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono on Sunday....read on

Juvenile Pacing Fillies To Clash Sunday

August 1, 2019:

This coming Sunday night (August 4), The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono will host the second preliminary round of Pennsylvania-sired stakes competition for two-year-old pacing fillies....read on

Sister Sledge Stays Perfect

July 19, 2019:

Trainer Ron Burke and driver Yannick Gingras each had three wins in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes second preliminary round action for two-year-old trotting fillies Friday afternoon (July 19) on a hot day at Harrah’s Philadelphia, with the pair combining twice, including with the fastest divisional winner, Sister Sledge....read on

Fillies Flaunt It At The Meadows

May 18, 2019:

Four PASS divisions of the Meadow Bright for three-year-old trotting fillies were the feature races on the 14-race Saturday afternoon card at The Meadows....read on

Sophomore Trotters Invade The Meadows

May 11, 2019:

Three divisions of the Hickory Smoke for three-year-old trotting colts highlighted the Saturday (May 11) action at The Meadows....read on

Hallintheclouds Springs PASS Upset

May 10, 2019:

The stars of the day Friday at Harrah’s Philadelphia, where three-year-old trotting fillies contested their first preliminary round in the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and Pennsylvania Stallion Series, were driver Yannick Gingras, sire Cantab Hall, and a $200,000 yearling....read on


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