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Trot Radio Year In Review

December 31, 2011:

On today's episode of Trot Radio, host Norm Borg looks back on the headlines and people that were top of mind with respect to harness racing in on

San Pail Under-Appreciated?

December 29, 2011:

Although he backed it up in full, San Pail, Canada's three-time Older Trotting Horse of the Year, received a boatload of hype within the harness racing industry in 2011. Apparently, he was also one of the most under-appreciated outside of on

Divisional 2011 Dan Patch Winners

December 27, 2011:

San Pail was a big winner again and Check Me Out dominated once on

2011 O’Brien Award Finalists Announced

December 21, 2011:

On Wednesday, December 21, Standardbred Canada announced the finalists for the 2011 O’Brien Awards, which honour Canada’s best in harness racing over the past on

San Pail Unanimous Choice For O'Brien

December 20, 2011:

The O’Brien ballots have been cast and there was no question in any of the voters’ minds who should be the recipient of the O’Brien Award as Canada’s Older Trotting Horse for on

“He Should Win There, Too”

November 29, 2011:

After having put together a tremendous 2011 campaign, many would concede that Canadian trotting dynamo San Pail is a favourite to capture Horse of the Year honours in his home and native land. His trainer, Rod Hughes, has now said that he is looking south of the border for some year-end hardware, as on

Waples: San Pail "Deserves" HOTY

November 17, 2011:

He may not have come out and said it directly, but driver Randy Waples, pilot of hard-hitting aged trotter San Pail, appears to have thrown his support behind his charge for 2011 Horse of the Year on

Hughes Keeps His Eye On The Prize

November 4, 2011:

Just like his champion trotter, trainer Rod Hughes knows a little something about keeping his mind on the task at hand, even when his pupil has just finished putting the final touches on a standout on

Looking Back On The Breeders Crown

November 1, 2011:

If we learned one thing from Saturday's great Breeders Crown night it should be to celebrate the great horses. A night that had started with trainers and owners scrambling to find replacements for empty sulky seats culminated with champions crowned and horses exhibiting incredible speed and courage in a dozen fantastic on

San Pail's Season Of Memories

November 1, 2011:

“I had a ton of critics. I had people telling me I was doing things wrong right from the word go this year. That I was out to lunch with my ideas and might have left a lot of money unraced for on my on

Arch Madness Makes Rich History

October 30, 2011:

With his fifth-place finish in Saturday night's thrilling Breeders Crown Open Trot at Woodbine Racetrack, Arch Madness made Canadian harness racing on

2011 Breeders Crown In The Books

October 29, 2011:

Harness racing’s top athletes put on a fantastic show at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ont. on Saturday night during the prestigious Breeders Crown card featuring over $6 million in purses with all 12 championships on the same program for the first time ever in on

San Pail: Horse Of The Year?

October 28, 2011:

Win or lose in Saturday's Breeders Crown, the trainer and co-owner of trotting superstar San Pail feels his horse has already cemented his place as this year's top standardbred in North on

Breeders Crown Trot An International Affair

October 25, 2011:

When foreign horses Commander Crowe and Rapide Lebel arrive in Toronto for Saturday’s $600,000 Breeders Crown Trot at Woodbine Racetrack, the obstacles to victory go beyond merely facing five on

'Pail', 'Peelers' Headline 2011 Crown Entrants

October 18, 2011:

Entries for the $6 million Breeders Crown finals this morning revealed the expected – San Pail, Big Bad John, We Will See — and the unexpected in sophomore filly pacer See You At on

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