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Berube, Tessier, McDonald Shine Sunday

December 24, 2018:

Trainers Yves Tessier and Matthew McDonald found success on the 15-race program at Rideau Carleton on Sunday, Dec. 23 with Tessier taking five races, including the $8,100 Preferred Pace, and McDonald taking three. Top honours on Sunday night, however, would go to driver Pascal Berube who kicked off the holidays with a six-pack of his on

National Debt Scores At Hippodrome 3R

May 6, 2018:

The Jocelyn Gendron-driven National Debt was tops in the $6,000 Invitational-Handicap Pace on Sunday (May 6) at Hippodrome on

Hippodrome 3R Meet Underway

April 29, 2018:

American Wiggle, in his debut at the Hippodrome 3R on Opening Day (Sunday, April 29), gave notice to his 29 potential competitors in the $200,000 Prix D’Ete later this season that he is ready for action, as he scored an impressive victory in the track’s Invitational-Handicapped on

Open Winners Seek Repeats At 3R

April 28, 2017:

Both the Open Pace and Open Trot winners last week on opening day at the Hippodrome 3R are returning to headline the harness racing action this Sunday with big hopes of repeat trips to the winner’s on

Hippodrome 3R Season Kicks Off; No Longer Offering 'Show' Wagering

April 23, 2017:

Hippodrome 3R kicked off its 2017 season of live harness racing on Sunday, April 23, as the Quebec half-miler played host to a nine-race card that feature both an $8,000 Preferred 1 Trot and an $8,000 Preferred 1 on

Roy And Tessier A Winning Team

March 19, 2017:

Driver Louis-Philippe Roy and trainer Yves Tessier were the stars of the Sunday harness racing card at Rideau Carleton Raceway, sweeping the co-featured Winners Over events during a multiple-win on

Mares In Preferred Spotlight

April 29, 2015:

Trotting mare Torches Angel and pacing mare Eat Me Up shared the spotlight on Wednesday night at The Raceway at the Western Fair District, winning their respective $7,500 Preferred 3 on

Torches Angel Takes Flamboro Preferred

March 15, 2015:

Trotting mare Torches Angel and driver Billy Davis Jr. waited for the passing lane to upend the favourite's bid for a wire-to-wire victory in Saturday night's $7,500 Preferred 3 at Flamboro on

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