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Shartin N Sweeps To Victory

March 4, 2020:

Shartin N ($2.60) wasted absolutely no time finding her way back to the winner's enclosure, sweeping from last to first for a 1:50 score in a $50,000 Mares Invitational Pace on Wednesday night (March 4) at Dover on

Shartin N To Resurface

February 27, 2020:

The connections of Shartin N had a chance to soak up some sun while celebrating a multiple award-winning night for the distaffer during last Sunday’s Dan Patch Awards in Florida, but it’s time to get back to work for them and the multi-talented on

Shartin N To Get Some Rest

February 26, 2020:

No one needs to worry about Shartin N resting on her laurels, although she might get to relax a little more this year than her previous two on

Shartin N Crowned US Horse Of The Year

February 23, 2020:

On Sunday (Feb. 23), Shartin N became the first pacing mare to be named U.S. Horse of the Year, as she received harness racing’s top honour to cap the U.S. Harness Writers Association’s Dan Patch Awards banquet at Rosen Shingle Creek on

Shartin N Surfaces

February 19, 2020:

After having been absent from the charter’s eye since the TVG Mares Pace in late November, Shartin N, the accomplished aged distaffer, surfaced on Wednesday morning (Feb. 19) during a five-race qualifying session at Dover on

King's Season To Remember

January 13, 2020:

“It’s amazing what you can do in this business. My wife and I lived in a tack room some years ago and then we go and win the Breeders Crown. I like to say I’ve walked every street.” on

Dan Patch Champions Announced

January 3, 2020:

The 2019 Dan Patch Award divisional racehorse winners were announced on Friday evening (Jan. 3) live during the Meadowlands Racetrack's on

Shartin N Goes Wire-To-Wire In Poll

December 3, 2019:

Shartin N closed out the 2019 Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll the way she started — on on

Shartin N Remains Atop S-Bred Poll

November 26, 2019:

Weekend winners Caviart Ally and Papi Rob Hanover both moved into the Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown top 10 for the first time this season, while the top three — Shartin N, Bettors Wish, and Greenshoe — remained on

Shartin N’s Bro Impresses Trainer

November 24, 2019:

“He is a bigger horse. He is taller... He has always been able to run a half (pace a half-mile) around my track in a second to half a second faster than [what Shartin N did at that point in her career].” on

Is Shartin N Back To Herself?

November 22, 2019:

“It was concerning, trying to figure out what I might have done wrong or what else I could have done to have her back in shape. She certainly appeared in her last start to get back to being Shartin again. Everything appears to be back in order.” on

Shartin N Remains Atop S-Bred Poll

November 19, 2019:

There has been some movement near the top of the weekly Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll, but not enough to dislodge Shartin N from her on

Shartin N Remains Atop S-Bred Poll

November 12, 2019:

Only one horse in the Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown top 10 was in action last week, but there will be more action from that group in the next two on

Shartin N Back In To Go

November 11, 2019:

It has been announced that the incomparable Shartin N is back in to go and is set to renew the rivalry that she has going with one of her main on

“I Want [Horse Of The Year] So Bad”

November 7, 2019:

Many horsepeople tend to play coy with public statements when it comes to year-end awards. There is no doubt that the connections of the industry’s stars are gunning for the accolades after a hard-fought season, and rightfully so. One particular trainer is not even about to mince words about Horse of the Year on

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