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Briar Goes West To Go For Gold

September 17, 2008:

Mark Austin expects that Briar Goes West will need a new strategy to vie for a Gold final title at Mohawk Racetrack on Friday night....read on

'Lunar' To Georgian Saturday

September 17, 2008:

Heading into Saturday's Trillium Series event at Georgian Downs, two-year-old trotting filly Lunar Stream is looking to expand her education and gain some confidence in her ability....read on

Define The World To Futurity?

September 17, 2008:

He heads to Mohawk Racetrack on Sunday as the reigning Gold final champion, but there is more at stake for three-year-old trotter Define The World than another piece of Gold Series hardware....read on

Freshman Trotters Shine In American Nationals

September 16, 2008:

After last week's elimination battles produced a pair of new track records, Tuesday's rich American National Stake finals figured to be heated affairs from start to finish at Balmoral Park....read on

Filion Doubles Up In Grassroots

September 16, 2008:

Sophomore colts and geldings headed to Kawartha Downs on Tuesday evening for six $20,000 OSS Grassroots divisions and driver Sylvain Filion guided two trotters to new lifetime marks at the Fraserville oval....read on

Bier, Macomber Dominate Colonial Card

September 16, 2008:

Sean Bier drove five winners, including four dominant scores in tandem with trainer Richard Macomber, on Colonial Downs' ten-race Tuesday card....read on

Just Plug It In Takes New Mark In Preferred

September 16, 2008:

Just Plug It In and driver Anthony MacDonald ruled the seven-horse field in this evening's $15,000 Preferred Pace at Kawartha Downs setting a new lifetime mark in the process....read on

Gutsy Volo Draws Into Preferred At Rideau

September 16, 2008:

Gutsy Volo, the Rideau trotting sensation is back in action Thursday after missing out on last weeks featured trot in the preferred class....read on

Galbraith Recovering Following Accident

September 16, 2008:

Ross Galbraith, Chairman of the New Brunswick Horse Racing Industry Association and a Director of Standardbred Canada, is recovering in hospital following an accident on Saturday night at Exhibition Park Raceway in Saint John....read on

Green Acres For Northern McArdle

September 16, 2008:

Northern McArdle held on for a half-length victory to claim the $35,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Green Acres Final for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings this afternoon at Freehold Raceway....read on

Tetrick, Sears To Meet Fans

September 16, 2008:

Tim Tetrick and Brian Sears, two of North America's leading drivers will be in the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association tent at Delaware County Fair on Thursday, September 18 to meet and greet fans and to sign bobbleheads....read on

Encouraging News From New Brunswick

September 16, 2008:

Trot Insider has learned that the New Brunswick Harness Racing Symposium held last week was quite successful. Much was taken away from the meetings, including the creation of a working group developing a blueprint for the provincial industry....read on

Coughlin Knows Something About Horsepower

September 16, 2008:

Being a Pro Stock drag racer, Jeg Coughlin, Jr. has seen his share of horsepower, but the NHRA star recently wanted to check out a different type of horsepower....read on

Slight Switch To Batavia Drivers' Challenge

September 16, 2008:

The Batavia Downs Publicity department has announced that Jim Morrill, Jr. and Jody Jamieson have switched the days that they will be appearing for the Batavia Downs drivers' challenge....read on

'Deuce' Scratched From Jug

September 16, 2008:

Deuce Seelster has been scratched from the second elimination of the Little Brown Jug.

The Western Maverick colt developed a quarter crack and was withdrawn....read on

Entries For Olds Quallies Due Saturday

September 16, 2008:

The Alberta Standardbred Horse Association would like to remind all horsepeople of the qualifiers that will take place at the Olds Agricultural Society on September 23, 24, 29 and 30....read on

'Lulu' Upsets In Harold Dancer

September 16, 2008:

Lulu De Revenue, a 25-1 longshot, benefited from a two-hole trip to win the $75,000 Harold Dancer Memorial Filly Trot this afternoon at Freehold Raceway....read on

Few Spots Left For Handicapping Auction

September 16, 2008:

There are only a few spots left in Trot's Handicapping Auction taking place this Monday, September 22 at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

SC Launches Enhanced Entries & Results Search

September 16, 2008:

The new Standardbred Canada website today launched its new and improved Entries & Results search features....read on

Early Driver Changes At Hiawatha

September 16, 2008:

The race office at the Hiawatha Horse Park would like to remind all horsemen that driver changes for Saturday's card at Hiawatha are needed tonight....read on

Simpson Memorial Dominates Red Mile Card

September 16, 2008:

The Red Mile played host to an action packed 18-race card on Monday night, filled with 12 divisions of the John Simpson Memorial Stakes for freshman trotters and pacers....read on

Wolff Named Meadowlands Track Superintendent

September 16, 2008:

The New Jersey Sports Exposition Authority has named Gary Wolff as superintendent of Track and Backstretch Operations at Meadowlands Racetrack....read on

Out-Of-Competition EPO Testing At Red Mile

September 16, 2008:

The Red Mile, in conjunction with the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, will be conducting random EPO testing for the upcoming Grand Circuit meet....read on

Evergreen Park Has A Winner

September 16, 2008:

Evergreen Park recently held a Trot Canada National Handicapping Championship qualifying round. The fun-filled event had over 60 entries and was a resounding success, with Barry Haidey being crowned the winner....read on

Strict Whipping Rules In Kentucky?

September 16, 2008:

Yesterday in Kentucky, a safety and welfare committee voted in favour of recommending regulatory changes to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. The changes would see the banning of one-handed whipping in all of the state's standardbred races....read on

News From Truro, Windsor

September 16, 2008:

The September 7 live card at Truro Raceway that had to be cancelled has been rescheduled, and there will be a qualifying session next week at Windsor Raceway....read on

Stuckey's Horse Racing Passion

September 16, 2008:

With a massive arsenal of collectibles and a longtime passion for the sport, 76-year-old horse racing fan Shirley Stuckey truly loves watching the races at Edmonton's Northlands Park -- be it thoroughbred or standardbred....read on

Bursary Winners Announced Sept. 22

September 16, 2008:

Winners of the Atlantic Provinces Bursary Program will be announced next Monday, September 22....read on

Pacific Yearling Sale Catalogue Online

September 16, 2008:

The 2008 BC Standardbred Breeders' Society Pacific Yearling Sale catalogue is now online....read on

Lonestar Legend Loves Jug Post Draw

September 16, 2008:

Trainer Don Swick couldn't help but be upbeat about the post position raw for his charge, Lonestar Legend, in Thursday's $551,225 Little Brown Jug. Lonestar Legend has Post 1 in the opening round's second heat....read on

Good News Lady Could Use Good Luck

September 15, 2008:

Here is the good news regarding Good News Lady: Of the 10 fillies entered in Wednesday's $300,475 Jugette at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Ohio, she is the top money-earner this year. Now, the not-so-good news: She has yet to win a race this season....read on

Ouellette Rebounds From Freak Accident

September 15, 2008:

When your nickname is "Lightning", it comes as no surprise that a few black clouds will follow you around. That's been the case this year for driver "Lightning" Luc Ouellette....read on

Fast Times Loom In Little Brown Jug

September 15, 2008:

There will be no lack of pace in Thursday's $551,225 Little Brown Jug at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Ohio....read on

Racing Resumes In Ohio

September 15, 2008:

It took a hurricane to silence Roger Huston! The Hall-of-Fame announcer was forced to watch in silence because 40–50 mile per hour winds from Hurricane Ike Sunday afternoon knocked out power to the Delaware County Fairgrounds....read on

Clinton To Finish With A Bang!

September 15, 2008:

Though the day will be dedicated to charitable causes the spirit of competition will be front and centre as the final live program for the 2008 season turns to the starting gate at Clinton Raceway on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m....read on

A New Scentsation Gears Up For Flamboro

September 15, 2008:

Ontario's talented three-year-old pacing fillies are headed to Flamboro Downs on Thursday, September 18 for their second last regular season Grassroots event, and the competition will be fierce as the distaffers battle for the right to return to the Dundas oval in October....read on

Mohawk Monday Qualifiers In The Books

September 15, 2008:

A seven-dash card of qualifiers went forward this morning at Mohawk Racetrack over a 'good' surface rated one second slow....read on

Petitpas Optimistic About Jug Contender

September 15, 2008:

Though his charge has drawn in with the likes of Badlands Nitro and Shadow Play in the first Little Brown Jug heat, Giddy Up Lucky co-owner Reg Petitpas is optimistic heading into the annual event this Thursday....read on

Deep Finesse Scores In Nova Scotia

September 15, 2008:

Deep Finesse recorded his eighth straight victory as the Western Paradise colt won a $13,900 division of the Nova Scotia Stakes series for two-year-old pacing colts at Inverness Raceway on Sunday afternoon....read on

Reid On Successful Canadian Open Sale

September 15, 2008:

Trot Insider has spoken with Standardbred Canada Sales manager Heather Reid regarding yesterday's very successful edition of the Canadian Open Yearling Sale, held at SC's newly remodeled Sales Pavilion at Flamboro Downs....read on

Wittup Named Fraser Director, Racing

September 15, 2008:

Fraser Downs today announced that Standardbred Canada chairman of the Board, Jackson Wittup, has been named director, Racing, of the BC track effective October 8, 2008....read on

Fall Extravaganza Early Entry Deadline

September 15, 2008:

Time is running out to enter the 2008 Fall Extravangza Mixed Sale before the early entry deadline....read on

Motion Filed For Case's Release

September 15, 2008:

A report yesterday by the New York Daily News states that an attorney representing harness driver Walter Case, Jr. has filed a motion for judicial release for his incarcerated client....read on

Date, Post Changes At Charlottetown

September 15, 2008:

A date and post change at the Charlottetown Driving Park will be affecting upcoming September cards....read on

Moore High On Shadow Play's Jug Chances

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September 15, 2008:

This afternoon, Trot Insider spoke with Dr. Ian Moore, as he readies his speedy The Panderosa colt Shadow Play for Thursday's Little Brown Jug at the Delaware Ohio County Fairgrounds....read on

Giroux Stable Hot At Rideau

September 15, 2008:

The barn of trainer Sebastien Giroux continued its white-hot streak Sunday night at Rideau Carleton Raceway, as three of its four starters made trips to the winner's circle....read on

Driver Cards At Fraser Friday

September 15, 2008:

According to the BC Standardbred Association, a ten-pack of driver trading cards will be available in the Fraser Downs atrium during the season opener this Friday night (September 19)....read on

Reminder From Western Fair

September 15, 2008:

Ian Fleming, race secretary and general manager of Western Fair Raceway, would like to remind owners and trainers that nominations for the 2008 Middlesex County Series must be postmarked today, accomp...read on

Three-Way Photo In $225,000 Moni Maker

September 15, 2008:

It took over five minutes for the judges to examine the tightest of photographs and declare Diana Hall, a daughter of Like A Prayer, the winner of Sunday night's $225,200 Moni Maker final for three-ye...read on

Elims For Super Night 2008 Contested

September 15, 2008:

The final spots for Illinois' biggest night of racing, Super Night 2008, were up for grabs on Sunday night at Balmoral Park, as sophomore trotters battled in Lady Ann Reed Stakes and Su Mac Lad eliminations....read on


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