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Sebastian K To Hanover Shoe Farms

August 12, 2015:

Brothers Tristan Sjöberg and Michael Knutsson (Knutsson Trotting Inc.) are proud to announce that they have reached an agreement with Jim Simpson, the President of Hanover Shoe Farms to stand the world's fastest trotter Sebastian K at the world's most renowned Standardbred breeding Farms beginning with the 2016 breeding season....read on

Retirement Ceremony For Sebastian K

July 30, 2015:

Officials with The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono have announced that the $100,000 Invitational Trot scheduled for August 22 will be named ‘The Sebastian K’ in honour of the recently-retired trotter that recorded the fastest trotting mile in the history of harness racing to date....read on

Durkin-Owned Trotter Retired

July 28, 2015:

Coraggioso, the New York Sire Stakes colt trotting champion of 2012, has been retired, according to owners Tom Durkin and Joe Spadaro....read on

Hes Watching Retired

July 25, 2015:

Hes Watching, one of harness racing’s most brilliant performers of recent times, has been retired....read on

Sebastian K Retired

July 17, 2015:

The owners of Sebastian K announced on Friday morning that their trotting star has been forced into early retirement due to injury....read on

Shelliscape Retired

July 6, 2015:

Two-time Breeders Crown winner and world champion Shelliscape has been retired and is in foal to Somebeachsomewhere, owner-trainer Jeff Bamond Jr. said Monday....read on

Just One Day Retired From Racing

June 15, 2015:

Homebred trotting mare Just One Day, a consistent competitor among the Preferred ranks on the Ontario 'B' circuit for many years, has been retired from racing....read on

All Smiles At Manzi Retirement Dinner

June 2, 2015:

The John Manzi Retirement Dinner on Sunday, May 31 at the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame in Goshen, New York was a sell-out event in honour of the hardest working publicist the Standardbred sport has ever known....read on

Golden Receiver Racing For Charity

May 31, 2015:

Making his much-anticipated return from a retirement, which ultimately resembled a winter layoff, double millionaire Golden Receiver ($4.70) proved triumphant over his four rivals in Sunday (May 31) afternoon's featured $10,000 Open Pace at Vernon Downs....read on

Loiselle's Last Call: "And That's That!"

May 31, 2015:

Track announcer Dan Loiselle, the voice of Canadian horse racing, brought his 29-year career as thoroughbred race caller to a close with a stirring stretch call as Galina Point stormed home victorious in Sunday's $125,400 Lady Angela Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack....read on

Storied Career Comes To A Close

May 28, 2015:

"Dan developed a style that conveyed the excitement of horse racing in an accurate and professional manner, with a tone that matched the excitement of each race he called. In doing so, he earned the accolades of his peers and the praise of racing fans throughout his career."...read on

Loiselle Enters The Homestretch

May 16, 2015:

Heading down the homestretch of his legendary race-calling career, Canadian sports icon Dan Loiselle was profiled this weekend by Global News....read on

Voelz Hanover Retired

May 10, 2015:

Trot Insider has learned that pacing mare Voelz Hanover, who set a world record at two and made more than $150,000 for seven straight seasons, has been retired....read on

Hot Shot Blue Chip Returns

May 8, 2015:

Hot Shot Blue Chip has returned. Where he goes from here remains to be seen, but trainer Jonas Czernyson is happy to have the mercurial trotter back in his barn.

It is a much better place for the nine-year-old gelding than out in his fields....read on

Bolt The Duer Injured, Retired

May 2, 2015:

Trot Insider has learned that multiple world record setter Bolt The Duer has been retired after suffering a career-ending injury....read on


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