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Plainridge Feature To Nows The Moment

June 18, 2021:

Since returning to Plainridge Park after a stint at Yonkers Raceway, Nows The Moment has been third and second in the track's top trot. On Friday the six-year-old son of Credit Winner returned to the winner's circle off a very strong showing in the day's feature on

Closers Click In Plainridge Features

June 17, 2021:

A pair of $15,000 condition races - one for horses and geldings and one for fillies and mares - both featuring six-year-old and younger starters were contested at Plainridge Park on Thursday and winners Alex Having Fun and Know Your Roll both won as a result of strong stretch on

Plainridge Open To My Pal Joe

June 14, 2021:

Heavy rain and a very wet racing surface welcomed 18 top pacers who squared off in two events for a total of $45,000 at Plainridge Park on Monday afternoon and both races provided thrilling stretch on

Plainridge Open Trot To Eurobond

June 11, 2021:

Coming off an 8-3/4 length victory in a seasonal best time of 1:53 last week, Eurobond returned to Plainridge Park and tallied another easy win in the $20,000 Open trotting feature on Friday on

Stake Eligibles Shine At Plainridge

June 10, 2021:

Two fast fillies bred in Massachusetts that competed in both the Massachusetts and New York Sire Stake programs at two, each put in career performances in a pair of $12,500 condition races on Thursday at Plainridge Park as they tuned up for their respective three-year-old campaigns. Both are from the stable of Sheena McElhiney and were driven by Shawn on

Athearn Remains Hot At Plainridge

June 7, 2021:

Things have been going quite well for driver Matty Athearn in recent weeks, and the hits kept on coming during Monday’s card at Plainridge on

Lucky Weekend Best In Plainridge Trot

June 4, 2021:

A pair of winners-over trots -- one worth $20,000 and the other $15,000 -- highlighted the action at Plainridge Park on Friday afternoon and despite the day-long rain, both winners prevailed off strong on

Record-Setting Score For Stihl N

June 3, 2021:

History was made at Plainridge Park on Monday afternoon when Stihl N won the featured $20,000 Mass-Grads series for state-bred horses and geldings. After capturing the race by a gapped seven lengths in the time of 1:50, Stihl N recorded the fastest race time ever over any track in the state by a Massachusetts-bred pacer in the history of the sport in the on

Gray Sweeps Plainridge Features

May 31, 2021:

Plainridge Park’s 2020 dash driving champion Shawn Gray was on fire Monday as he won the top three featured paces of the week at The Ridge during the Memorial Day on

Plainridge Open Trot To Eurobond

May 28, 2021:

Coming off a disappointing break-marred start one week ago, Eurobond bounced back in style to soundly defeat six opponents in the $20,000 Open Handicap trot at Plainridge Park on Friday on

Wyatt J Sweeps Them

May 27, 2021:

Race Secretary Paul Verrette introduced a new Open pacing class at Plainridge Park this week for four- and five-year-old horses and geldings that were bred in on

Team Sweep Of Plainridge Features

May 24, 2021:

Driver Greg Merton, trainer Amanda Kelley and the Scheigert Stable proved to be a potent combination at Plainridge Park on Monday afternoon as they scored wins in the top two pacing features of the on

Lucky Weekend Romps At Plainridge

May 21, 2021:

After assuming an unfamiliar position on the front end, Lucky Weekend turned it into an easy victory in the $20,000 Winners-Over Handicap trot at Plainridge Park on Friday on

No Quarter Sets Plainridge Record

May 20, 2021:

Since coming to Massachusetts from Ohio’s Miami Valley Raceway, No Quarter has been a formidable foe finishing second and first in two starts. But on Thursday, the son of Somebeachsomewhere-Take That Hanover really swelled up and re-wrote the Plainridge Park record book for four-year-old pacing horses by scorching the Plainville oval in 1:49.2, displacing the 21-year-old standard of 1:49.3 set by Space Shuttle in on

Speed Show For JK Will Power

May 17, 2021:

JK Will Power ran off three straight wins at Plainridge Park this year before drawing post eight last week. On Monday he found himself back on the left wing and took full advantage of the situation as he won the $20,000 Open Handicap pace at The on

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