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RCI To Modify NSAIDs Rule

August 5, 2009:

The Board of Directors of Racing Commissioners International (RCI) has begun a process that will result in a modification of current policy toward the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)...read on

Well Said Skips Oliver Wendell Holmes

August 5, 2009:

Trot Insider has learned that Well Said will bypass this Saturday’s Oliver Wendell Holmes Stakes at The Meadowlands in order to prepare for a trip to Chester Downs on Sunday, August 16 for the Battle of Brandywine...read on

Homebred Debuts In Hanover OSS

August 5, 2009:

Mach Dismissal is a third generation product of Jeff and Lori Thomson’s breeding program that the Chesley residents have liked since her first days in harness...read on

Magical Debut Ready For Grassroots

August 4, 2009:

Ontario’s talented three-year-old trotting fillies will battle in their third Grassroots event this Saturday afternoon, and trainer Jason Libby is hoping Woodstock Raceway will be the site of Magical Debut’s return to form...read on

Jamieson Rolls A Seven At Georgian

August 4, 2009:

It was the Jody Jamieson show at Georgian Downs from start to finish on Tuesday evening, as the teamster clicked to win seven times on the 11-race program...read on

Single Horse Spill At Grand River

August 4, 2009:

A spill took place behind the staring gate in the eighth race at Grand River Raceway on Tuesday evening, but track officials have confirmed that horse and driver came away without serious injuries...read on

Ritchie Hoping For Carbon Copy Trip

August 4, 2009:

A perfect trip from an outside post earned Ill Wait For You her first sophomore Gold Elimination trophy at Mohawk Racetrack last week, but driver Trevor Ritchie knows a repeat performance will be tough to orchestrate...read on

Plante And MacDonell To Visit Inverness

August 4, 2009:

Inverness Raceway will have a special guest driver on Wednesday when J.R. Plante arrives in town for a brief holiday...read on

Conference Looms For Gold Cup & Saucer

August 4, 2009:

The press conference for the 50th Gold Cup & Saucer will be hosted by Harness Racing PEI at the Charlottetown Driving Park Entertainment Centre beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 11...read on

Flooding At Churchill Downs

August 4, 2009:

Torrential rains in Lousiville, Kentucky resulted in flash flooding at Churchill Downs on Tuesday morning forcing 22 horses to be evacuated from their stalls...read on

Hambletonian, Oaks Draw Complete

August 4, 2009:

Draws for this Saturday's $1,520,333 Hambletonian and $783,042 Hambletonian Oaks were finalized during a press conference today at the Meadowlands...read on

Equine Canada Partners With Guelph University

August 4, 2009:

Equine Canada is very pleased to announce its new partnership with the University of Guelph Kemptville Campus (UGKC) during the upcoming fall 2009 and spring 2010 semesters...read on

Scientific Games, Brandywine Bookmaking Awarded Contract

August 4, 2009:

Scientific Games has been awarded the contract to operate the Delaware State Lottery Sports Wagering System, and will partner with Joe Asher’s Brandywine Bookmaking LLC to manage the bookmaking services...read on

'Rachel' Ready To Raise The Bar

August 4, 2009:

Sometimes being first at the finish line in a harness race requires that a trainer invest his time and research looking for a champion well before a horse is of racing age. Such has been the case for John Kopas...read on

European Hambo Simulcast Expanded

August 4, 2009:

The 2009 Hambletonian and Hambletonian Oaks are part of a nine-race package Meadowlands Racetrack will simulcast to Scandinavian countries on August 8...read on

Seibel & Rice To Host Hambo On NBC

August 4, 2009:

Gary Seibel, harness racing’s expert commentator, and award winning reporter Kenny Rice, will host NBC’s coverage of the 83rd Hambletonian at the Meadowlands on Saturday, August 8...read on

Clinton's Legends Day Auction Closing

August 4, 2009:

The latest bid in Clinton Raceway's Fly with a Legend Auction has come in at $3,500 and the auction ends today at noon...read on

Well Said Named July Horse Of The Month

August 4, 2009:

Jeffrey Snyder and Lothlorien’s (Susan Grange) Well Said added another million-dollar race victory to his growing list of accomplishments in July, which in part propelled him to his second consecutive Horse of the Month award from the U.S. Trotting Association...read on

Xtreme Horsepower Is Back

August 4, 2009:

Georgian Downs in partnership with Standardbred Canada today unveiled the condition sheet for the third edition of Xtreme Horsepower, set for August 29...read on

Patti McGillivary Passes

August 4, 2009:

Patti McGillivary, former trainer and longtime member of Standardbred Canada, passed away suddenly on July 31 at the age of 43...read on

Leg Four Of Fiesty Fillies Completed

August 4, 2009:

The fourth leg of the Fiesty Fillies Pacing Series went postward as part of Monday’s 15-race program at Rideau Carleton Raceway, with a pair of $7,500 divisions on tap for the two-year-olds...read on

Rookie Fillies Impress In Gold Elims

August 3, 2009:

Ruling Class, Warrawee Lassie and Wilsonator all turned in impressive victories in Monday’s trio of $40,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Gold eliminations for two-year-old filly trotters at Mohawk Racetrack...read on

Malicious Dominates In Dream Maker

August 3, 2009:

Malicious remained undefeated in five starts with a powerhouse performance in Monday night’s $56,900 final of the Dream Maker Pacing Series for two-year-old colt and gelding pacers at Mohawk Racetrack...read on

ATSS And Erwin Andrews Series Continue

August 3, 2009:

Fans at Woodstock Raceway in New Brunswick were treated to a terrific matinee program on Monday as another round of the Erwin Andrew Memorial Pacing Series was contested in addition to four divisions of Atlantic Sires Stakes...read on

Well Said Still Leads Poll

August 3, 2009:

For the second week-in-a-row Well Said finds himself perched atop the Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll, but others are nipping at his heels...read on

Gillis, Jamieson On Federal Flex

August 3, 2009:

After a disappointing performance in his Hambletonian elimination on Saturday night at the Meadowlands Racetrack, trainer and part-owner Jeff Gillis told Trot Insider that his pupil didn’t seem to be himself the other night...read on

Sweet Music For Symphonic Hanover

August 3, 2009:

Symphonic Hanover is trained by Jonas Czernyson, who will be looking to win this year's Hambletonian for his former mentor, Per Eriksson...read on

Explosive Matter Rebounds From Accident

August 3, 2009:

The day before the Hambletonian eliminations, Explosive Matter found himself nearly sideways in his trailer on a return trip from swimming at a nearby farm...read on

Wellthereyougo Wins Battle Of Waterloo

August 3, 2009:

Wellthereyougo matched the stakes record with a 1:55 victory in the 12th edition of the $300,000 Battle of Waterloo for two-year-old pacers...read on

Good Luck, Bad Luck Fillies To Grassroots

August 3, 2009:

When Jason Gilchrist climbs onto the race bike behind Queen Of Terror at Rideau Carleton Raceway on Thursday evening, the Spencerville resident is hoping the three-year-old pacing filly is in the mood to race...read on

Pacers To The Turf At Rockingham

August 3, 2009:

Following the smashing success of trotters racing on the grass course at Rockingham Park last Saturday, the pacers will take center stage and try the turf this coming Saturday, August 8 at the venerable 103-year-old racetrack...read on

Ok To Play Ready For The Oaks

August 3, 2009:

He's owned two pacing millionaires, but Quebec businessman Daniel Plouffe hasn't had much luck with trotters...read on

Spud Island Classic Series Deadline

August 3, 2009:

The nomination deadline for the Spud Island Classic is Tuesday, August 4 at 4 p.m. (AST) at the Harness Racing PEI office...read on

Freshmen Out In Mohawk Qualifiers

August 3, 2009:

The Monday morning nine-race qualifying session at Mohawk Racetrack featured a quartet of two-year-old races...read on

No Sibling Rivalry For The Givens Brothers

August 3, 2009:

Brothers Wayne and Les Givens have developed their own competitive stables in Seaford, Delaware, but the siblings share respect for one another...read on

Kentucky Fair Finals Highlight Red Mile Opener

August 3, 2009:

The weather was perfect and the action on the track eventful, as the 134th season of racing got underway on Sunday, August 2nd at The Red Mile...read on

Trotters Close Out Southland Festival

August 3, 2009:

The inaugural edition of the Chicago Southland Festival of Racing came to a close on Sunday night with a pair of $50,000 trotting events bringing down the curtain on a very festive weekend at Balmoral Park...read on

Whips Donated To Benefit Moore

August 3, 2009:

To help raise funds to defray huge medical expenses for horse owner Jason "Slim" Moore of Hartley, Delaware, nine autographed harness drivers' whips are on sale...read on

Bell Dominates At Yorkton

August 3, 2009:

A wet track delayed racing from Friday until Sunday on the Yorkton Exhibition track, but driver Laurie Bell took the change of schedule in stride winning three races from the eight-race card...read on

Ritchie Recovering

August 3, 2009:

Although Jim Ritchie returned to the bike during Friday’s qualifying session at Mohawk Racetrack for the first time since being involved in an accident...read on

The Power Of The Show

August 3, 2009:

Take one part Industry Day, one part Coldplay, one part Ministry of Transportation and one part absentmindedness. Mix together and you get a marketing epiphany...read on

Glamour Boys Clash In Gold Elims

August 3, 2009:

The Ontario Sires Stakes program rolled into Campbellville, Ontario on Sunday evening, as Mohawk Racetrack hosted to a trio of $40,000 OSS Gold Series eliminations...read on

Zorgwijk Knight Still Perfect In OSS

August 3, 2009:

Freshman trotting colt Zorgwijk Knight scored his second straight Grassroots victory with a 2:04.2 triumph at Sudbury Downs on Sunday...read on

Boys Of Summer Series Continues

August 3, 2009:

The photo finish camera was put to work to determine the winner in Sunday’s lone division of the Boys Of Summer Pacing Series, and after close examination Mcmurray Hanover got the nod by the narrowest of margins...read on

Truro Hosts Frank & Beth Stanfield Memorial

August 2, 2009:

Three-year-old pacing fillies were out in full force at Truro Raceway on Sunday afternoon as the Nova Scotia half-mile oval hosted a trio of $16,787 divisions of the Frank and Beth Stanfield Memorial...read on

Three Bagger For Beaton’s Barn

August 2, 2009:

Trainer Donald Beaton had a big day at Inverness Raceway during Sunday’s matinee thanks to a three-win...read on

Campbell’s Troops Triple Up

August 2, 2009:

The Sunday afternoon program at Evergreen Park belonged to trainer/driver Brandon Campbell, who made three trips to victory lane...read on

In Free Dominated By Gliding Fashion

August 2, 2009:

The betting public tabbed Gliding Fashion as the filly to beat in Sunday’s $42,700 final of the In Free Trotting Series, and the Rob Fellows-trained rookie didn’t disappoint...read on

Bartlett Takes Tioga Challenge

August 2, 2009:

Jason Bartlett captured the third edition of the Tioga Downs Drivers’ Championship on Sunday, but it came right down to the final leg of the competition before a winner was determined...read on

McIntosh Mastery In Clinton Grassroots

August 2, 2009:

Trainer Bob McIntosh pulled off an OSS Grassroots natural hat trick at Clinton Raceway on Sunday afternoon, thanks to wins with three-year-old pacing colts Lucky Herb, Layton Seelster and Panjour Monsieur...read on


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