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How Good Is Daylon Magician?

August 29, 2011:

Five years ago, the top trotting colt in the Ontario Sires Stakes faced the best in North America when those trotters shipped to Canada - and he defeated them. Can David Lemon’s homebred world champion Daylon Magician repeat what Majestic Son did in 2006? on

Drivers Handicap Xtreme Pick 4

August 26, 2011:

Who better to handicap the $10,000 Xtreme Pick 4 than Dan Clements, Anthony MacDonald and J.R. Plante, three of the top drivers in the history of Xtreme Horsepower? on

It's Good, But Is $10 Million Enough?

August 17, 2011:

"We did a survey of existing studies and what we found was there is often a lot of good ideas but there was very low implementation on

Judging Without Punishing Bettors

August 11, 2011:

"The argument for disqualifying the horse [with Ontario's one-handed whipping rule] is that an owner could pay a driver a lot of money to use the whip one-handed on his horse in a big on

Durand On Hambo, Heats, Breeding

August 5, 2011:

"It really wasn't planned to be a Hambletonian venture here, we bought this horse at Harrisburg and he just did everything right all on

Film Your Race Day This Saturday

August 4, 2011:

"People fall in love with harness racing for different reasons. Some people really love the puzzle aspect of it, some people really love the horses. Personally I love both of those things but I really, really love the characters and any good piece of media tells a on

Jamieson, Callahan Face Off

July 30, 2011:

The Canada-U.S rivalry is heating up before drivers Jody Jamieson and Corey Callahan start their quests to be named harness racing's World Driving on

Arch Madness On Cusp Of History

July 22, 2011:

"If he gets there and gets past Peaceful Way, Mister Big - being the richest Canadian-sired standardbred of all time, regardless of gait, will be one of our next goals." on

Can San Pail Best His 'Arch' Rivals?

July 20, 2011:

"He rocked the trailer all the way home that night, so I knew he knew he got beat. He wasn't happy about it." on

Hudon Hopes For Historic Win

July 13, 2011:

Never before in harness racing has a horse with the word "big" in its name won a million dollar race. Can Phil Hudon break that streak with Big Jim in Saturday's Meadowlands Pace? on

Jamieson On M-Pace, 'Needy' Offers

July 6, 2011:

All eyes are on Pepsi NA Cup winner Up The Credit heading into this weekend's eliminations for the Meadowlands Pace. His trainer, Carl Jamieson, has discussed his tactics with the colt heading into the big tilt, but has also discussed his top two-year-old, Warrawee Needy, and the offers which have on

Out Of His Father's Shadow

July 2, 2011:

One of the breakout stars of Canadian harness racing over the first part of 2011 is driver Billy Davis, Jr., who has cracked the top five in wins and already surpassed his 2010 seasonal totals before on

McNair On Success, Stable Standouts

July 1, 2011:

In 2010, OK Commander looked to be on his way to a solid three-year-old campaign before an injury sidelined him for the season. Up to the plate stepped Aracache Hanover, who belted out a $745,000 season at three and is now competing with the top older horses at on

No Hambo For Crys Dream?

June 24, 2011:

See You At Peelers convincingly beat the boys in the 2011 Art Rooney Pace at Yonkers earlier this month. Could Crys Dream, harness racing's other femme fatale turn the trick on the trotting side? on

Could Equipment Reduce Bleeding?

June 23, 2011:

"The bit has been staring us in the face for 5,000 years but it was a mistake made in the Bronze Age. The bit is neither needed nor necessary nor in fact helpful in communication. A driver can communicate more effective if that bit is taken out of the horse's mouth." on

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