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Harvest Repeat For Charmbo Brie

October 15, 2018:

For the second straight week it was Charmbo Brie using her come-from-behind skills to post a win in the Harvest Series for two-year-old pacing fillies at Woodbine Mohawk on

Trio Of Super Final Wins Puts Roy In The Leading Driver’s Seat

October 14, 2018:

Louis-Philippe Roy won his first Super Final at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Saturday (Oct. 13) and then won two more to lay emphatic claim to the Lampman Cup title as the leading driver in the Ontario Sires Stakes on

Jimmy Freight Fires For OSS Win

October 13, 2018:

Richard Moreau-trainee Jimmy Freight flushed first over heading to the half, ground towards pacesetter Backstreet Shadow, hooked wheels with the leader briefly in the stretch and slid to a 1:50.2 victory in the $225,000 OSS Super Final for three-year-old colt and gelding on

Percy Bluechip Powers To OSS Score

October 13, 2018:

Taking control early, 3-5 favourite Percy Bluechip wired her competition to take the $225,000 OSS Super Final for three-year-old filly on

Keystone Concrete Catches Competition In Colt Pace

October 13, 2018:

Metro Pace winner and 1-5 favourite Stag Party tried to hold command through the stretch but gave way as Keystone Concrete catapulted through the center of the course to catch pocket-popping Bettors Wish and claimed victory in the $225,000 OSS Super Final for two-year-old colt and gelding on

Run Director Dominates Soph Colt Trot

October 13, 2018:

Challenging leader Stormont Ventnor rounding the final turn, Run Director ducked into the pocket rounding the final turn and popped back out in the stretch, surging past Stormont Ventnor to take the $225,000 OSS Super Final for three-year-old colt and gelding on

Hp Titania Runner Sails In Frosh Filly Trot

October 13, 2018:

Race-favourite Hp Titania Runner ranged into competition from third over through the stretch and held off a late bid from Champagne Jane to take the $225,000 OSS Super Final for two-year-old filly trotters in on

Summer Charm Charges To Frosh Filly Shocker

October 13, 2018:

Surging through a seam at the rail off a pocket trip, Summer Charm shot past her competition in the final eighth and dashed to a 1:52.3 victory at odds of 28-1 in the $225,000 OSS Super Final for two-year-old filly on

Forbidden Trade Threads Way To OSS Win

October 13, 2018:

Driver Bob McClure launched 9-5 co-favourite Forbbiden Trade three wide into the stretch and lunged quickest to the wire between Only For Justice rallying wide and Southwind Avenger fighting at the rail to narrowly take the $225,000 OSS Super Final for two-year-old colt and gelding trotters in on

Smoke And Mirrors Upsets Soph Filly Trot

October 13, 2018:

The Richard “Nifty” Norman-trained Kadabra filly Smoke And Mirrors made front after favourite Sorceress Seelster broke into the first turn and coasted to a 1:55.3 lifetime-best victory to take the $225,000 OSS Super Final for three-year-old filly trotters at odds of on

Super Final Night In The Books

October 13, 2018:

Woodbine Mohawk Park hosted eight $225,000 Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS) Super Finals, one for each division of two and three-year-old Standardbreds, during its Saturday, October 13 on

Exhilarated On A Roll

October 12, 2018:

Artistic Madison did all of the road work in Friday’s $30,000 Fillies & Mares Preferred Pace at Woodbine Mohawk Park, but it was her stablemate, Exhilarated, who pounced on her late and took home weekly bragging on

Rookie Colts Clash In Harvest Series

October 11, 2018:

Two-year-old colts and geldings were front and centre at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Thursday evening, as the Campbellville, Ont. oval hosted the opening leg of the Harvest on

OSS Pick 8 Open; $1,750 Up For Grabs

October 11, 2018:

The I Love Canadian Harness Racing Fan Club and the Ontario Sires Stakes Program are offering a Pick 8 contest, featuring $1,750 in prize money, on the season ending Ontario Sires Stakes Super Final events this Saturday, October 13 at Woodbine Mohawk on

Roy Seeks First Super Final Title

October 11, 2018:

“I will be disappointed if I don’t win one Super Final this weekend because I think I’ve got a lot of good chances, maybe not big favourites, but a lot of horses that can do it.” on

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