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'Veto' Victorious In Buffalo Open Trot

February 10, 2018:

Fox Valley Veto found his way through the snow at Buffalo Raceway with relative ease on Saturday night in taking a two-length victory over Lenny Mac in the $9,500 Open Trot in on

OSS Graduate Best At Buffalo

January 20, 2018:

It was 'girl power' as Lenny Mac beat the boys in the $9,500 Open Trot while Itsonlyrocknroll A showed who the 'man' was in the $9,500 Open Pace to highlight Buffalo Raceway's card on Saturday (Jan. 20) on

Better Said Takes Plainridge Feature

July 14, 2017:

After spending the last two weeks competing at Yonkers Raceway, Better Said shipped back to Plainville and brought her New York attitude along as she would not be denied in the $18,000 Open Handicap for filly and mare pacers at Plainridge Park on Friday afternoon (July 14) on

Foiled Again Wins Kane Memorial

October 8, 2016:

Although overlooked by many and sent off at a hearty 9-1, Foiled Again brought his A-game to Genesee County and exhibited the heart that has earned him over $7.4 million in lifetime earnings to win the 14th annual $50,000 Robert J. Kane Memorial Pace at Batavia Downs on Saturday on

Diamond Cowboy Prevails In Open

January 16, 2016:

The longest stretch on a half-mile track in the United States and a pacer with a form that shows a big-time closing kick were the perfect recipe for trainer/driver Shawn Gray in Buffalo Raceway's $10,000 Open Pace on Saturday evening (Jan. 16) on

Lutetium Wins Back To Back Opens

August 7, 2015:

It was business as usual Friday night (Aug. 7) for one of the best resident trotters to ever ply his trade at the historic Genesee County oval. Lutetium (Kevin Cummings) led from gate-to-wire for the second week in a row and captured the $9,500 featured Open Trot at Batavia on

Driver Recuperating From Accident

July 29, 2015:

“I had a pretty good concussion; my brain was bleeding. They monitored it every day to make sure it was under control and it was just wait and see for a while. My memory has been really messed up ever since. I don’t remember the accident or anything that happened before it.” on

New Faces Calling Buffalo Home

January 11, 2013:

The curtain was raised on a brand new season of racing earlier this week at Buffalo Raceway, and new faces continue to arrive on the Western New York racing scene heating up the competition on the track to an all new on

Significant Handle Increase At Batavia

December 12, 2012:

Batavia Downs, America’s oldest lighted harness racetrack, concluded its 66th season on December 8 with significant increases in wagering handle over on

WNY USHWA Driver Of The Year Announced

December 6, 2012:

William Jennings Bryan said “Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice.” In January of this year, Shawn Gray made the choice to move his stable from West Gardiner, Maine to Hamburg, New York, and from that point on, great success was his destiny. The affable horseman from the Pine Tree State not only led all drivers at two separate meets, he also choreographed his personal best year in the on

Buffalo Raceway Honours Meet Leaders

July 22, 2012:

Buffalo Raceway’s Publicity Director Sam Pendolino and Tim Bojarski, National Vice-President of the United States Harness Writers Association, were trackside to present the awards for the top human and equine performers for the 2012 Buffalo Raceway meet on Saturday on

Open Win Part Of Gray's Five-Bagger

May 6, 2012:

Driver Shawn Gray won five of the first eight races on Saturday night's harness racing card at Buffalo Raceway, including the featured $10,000 Open Pace with Cam on

Only Three Winners From 13 Races

April 28, 2012:

In a real oddity, only three drivers won all 13 races on Friday night at Buffalo on

Top Drivers Help Buffalo Start Strong

February 11, 2012:

The current meet at Buffalo Raceway has started strong on the wagering front. One of the reasons for the upswing could be the addition of two national leaders in the sulky this on

Beautiful Start To Buffalo's 70th Season

January 11, 2012:

Starter Todd Reese summoned the horses for the first race at Buffalo Raceway to open the start of the 70th season of live harness racing, but it sure didn’t look like January on

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