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Futurity Day In The Books In Lexington

October 7, 2018:

Another fantastic afternoon of racing was contested Sunday at The Red Mile in Lexington, KY., with three-year-old trotters in the spotlight in the Kentucky Futurity and Kentucky Filly Futurity - a staple of the closing day card at the famed oval....read on

World Record For Ice Attraction In Allerage

October 7, 2018:

Ice Attraction was nowhere to be found in the early stages of Sunday’s $72,000 Allerage Farms Fillies & Mares Open Trot, but she was a major force in the closing strides for trainer/driver Ake Svanstedt....read on

Fastest Trotting Mile Ever: 1:48.4

October 6, 2018:

Homicide Hunter became the fastest trotter in harness racing history with a 1:48.4 mile in the $145,000 Allerage Farms Open Trot on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 6) at The Red Mile during a Grand Circuit card full of stakes races that either broke, matched or just missed world records in 10 of the 11 dashes....read on

Warrawee Ubeaut In 1:48.3!

October 5, 2018:

The teletimer at The Red Mile took a serious beating Friday afternoon when Warrawee Ubeaut turned in a punishing performance to become the fastest freshman pacer in the history of the sport....read on

Amateur Events To Debeck, Oldford

October 5, 2018:

Two trots in the Hall Of Fame Amateur Series went to post on Thursday afternoon at The Red Mile and when they declared the races official Rodney Debeck and Steve Oldford each reined a winner in their respective splits....read on

Stars Out At The Red Mile Sunday

October 5, 2018:

A total of 12 sophomore colts will compete in two six-horse eliminations for the $620,000 Kentucky Futurity on Sunday, Oct. 7 while 16 fillies dropped into two eight-horse eliminations for the $320,000 Kentucky Filly Futurity. These two events highlight a star-studded finale to The Red Mile's Grand Circuit meet....read on

'Beach' Memories: Red Mile Repeat

October 4, 2018:

It was 10 years ago this year that pacing colt Somebeachsomewhere dominated harness racing's headlines throughout his nearly flawless sophomore season....read on

Five Straight For Cantab Fashion

October 4, 2018:

After having been sent postward as the 6-5 second choice on Thursday (Oct. 4) at the Red Mile, Cantab Fashion got the jump on 3-5 favourite Green Manlishi S and outsprinted his competition to win the third of three divisions of the $275,600 Trixton International Stallion Stakes in 1:51.4....read on

Red Mile Showdown For Top Fillies

October 4, 2018:

“It will be interesting to see how it shapes up. We’re in Lexington with a mile track and we’re all going to get a fair shot.”...read on

Lazarus In Red Mile Spotlight Saturday

October 4, 2018:

This Saturday (Oct. 6) at the Red Mile, Down Under sensation Lazarus N will make his fifth North American start when he faces nine rivals in the $179,000 Mister Big Allerage Farms Pace, sponsored by Muscara Standardbreds....read on

Big Week For Avritt In Lexington

October 3, 2018:

“If I hadn’t been lucky enough to buy her (Dominique Semalu), no one would have heard of me in this business. I sold a lot of high-priced yearlings out of her and kept a bunch of her daughters and they’ve all been tremendous producers. It was the luckiest day of my life.”...read on

Stallion Stakes Galore Friday

October 3, 2018:

Jim Campbell trainee Cloud Nine Fashion will look to extended her career unbeaten streak to seven this Friday (Oct. 5) at the Red Mile, as she is set to contest the last of five divisions of the $324,500 International Stallion Stakes (ISS) for two-year-old trotting fillies. Four divisions of the $245,000 ISS for two-year-old pacing fillies will also highlight the program....read on

Cantab Fashion, Green Manalishi To Spar

October 2, 2018:

Recent Bluegrass Stakes winners Cantab Fashion and Green Manalishi S will each put their respective win streaks on the line this Thursday (Oct. 4) at the Red Mile, as the colts are set to clash in the third of three divisions of the $275,600 Trixton International Stallion Stakes....read on

‘Chin’ Turns Some Heads

October 2, 2018:

“He wasn’t even stressed afterward. He came out of the race great. That was exciting for everybody involved. To come out of the woods with a maiden trotter in September and win on the Grand Circuit, that’s pretty fun.”...read on

Stay Hungry Rebounds In Lexington

September 30, 2018:

After being disqualified to fourth in his first Little Brown Jug heat as he attempted to claim the Pacing Triple Crown, millionaire Stay Hungry came back to take the first of two divisions of the $183,000 Somebeachsomewhere Bluegrass Three-Year-Old Colt and Gelding Pace at The Red Mile on Sunday (Sept. 30)....read on


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