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Stallions Standing In NJ In 2018

March 12, 2018:

The SBOANJ is proud to announce the award-winning lineup of New Jersey stallions for 2018. Three world champion trotting stallions – Muscle Hill, Trixton, and Walner. In addition, four pacing stallions-Great Vintage, Lis Mara, Santa Fe Beachboy and Sunfire Blue on

Soto Tops Open Pacers At Yonkers

February 25, 2017:

Saturday night offered any number of entrants for Yonkers Raceway’s upcoming George Morton Levy Memorial Series (nominations close this Wednesday, March 1 — hint, hint), including favoured Soto (Matt Kakaley, $4.50), winner of the featured $50,000 Open Handicap on

Yonkers Hosts Third Round Of Levy

April 3, 2016:

Yonkers Raceway’s Saturday night brought with it the third round of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series. Four, $50,000 divisions featured something for everyone, as in a pair of series hat tricks, a Ron Burke double, the fastest local mile of the season and a locally-debuting U.S. Harness Horse of the on

Doo Wop Hanover Upsets State Treasurer

September 12, 2015:

Steering his fifth winner of the night, driver Ronnie Wrenn Jr. sent Doo Wop Hanover wire-to-wire to win the $225,000 Jim Ewart Memorial Pace contested during Saturday's Ohio Super Night at Scioto on

Meadows Feature To Santa Fe Beachboy

October 31, 2014:

Santa Fe Beachboy quarter-poled to the lead and held off the determined bid of Visible Gold to capture Friday’s $18,000 Preferred Handicap Pace at The on

Murderers Row Romps At Meadows

October 17, 2014:

She wasn’t wearing pinstripes, but Murderers Row knocked one out of the park Friday afternoon at The Meadows when she blew away the field in 1:59, fastest of four divisions in the opening leg of a late-closing series for freshman filly on

McWicked Victorious In The Adios

July 26, 2014:

Heavy 1-5 favourite McWicked fought off fellow elimination winner Somewhere In L A to prevail in the $400,000 Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids Presented by Coors Light at The Meadows on Saturday afternoon. The undercard saw the filly companion race go faster than the boys and establish a new all-age track on

DePinto Trainees Dominate Stakes

July 29, 2012:

Saturday’s Delvin Miller Adios card at The Meadows also featured promising candidates for next year’s “Pace for the Orchids” in the $88,076 Gov. David L. Lawrence, a Grand Circuit stake for freshman colt and gelding pacers. If those hopefuls progress, expect trainer Sam DePinto to be all over the 2013 Adios, as he captured three of the four divisions with Double The Dragon, Our Dragon King and on

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