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Standardbred Champs Ready For Visitors

October 1, 2013:

Champions of tomorrow are coming to the fore at the Red Mile Grand Circuit meet, which concludes this Sunday (Oct. 6). But just 10 miles away from the track live some champions of yesterday who work full time to make friends for on

Officials Announce Won The West Open

September 13, 2013:

The racing officials at the Delaware County Fair are pleased to announce that, thanks to the support of James Koehler, the Jug Day Open Pace originally carded with a $5,000 purse will be increased to $10,000 and will be renamed the Won The West Open on

Won The West To Kentucky Horse Park

October 4, 2012:

The Kentucky Horse Park will welcome multiple Breeders Crown winning standardbred Won The West to the Hall of Champions with a special event to be held on Saturday, October 6 at 10:15 on

Won The West To Be Honoured Jug Day

September 7, 2012:

Won The West, two-time U.S. Pacer of the Year and Breeders Crown champion, will be honoured in Jug Day ceremonies on September 20 at the Delaware, Ohio County on

Rebeka Bayama Crowned 'Golden Girl'; Golden Receiver Wins Haughton

August 17, 2012:

Quebec-owned Rebeka Bayama and driver Sylvain Filion followed their cover three-wide and then rallied home to win the 10th edition of the $218,850 Golden Girls for open mares during Friday night's stakes-filled harness racing card at Meadowlands on

Won The West To Be Retired

August 16, 2012:

Won The West, O'Brien Award winner and two-time divisional Dan Patch champion, will be officially retired on Friday night at the Meadowlands on

Chapter Seven Shows Serious Speed

May 26, 2012:

Breeders Crown champion trotter Chapter Seven put forth a speedy 1:51.4 career-best mile in his four-year-old debut during Saturday morning's qualifying session at Meadowlands on

Uncle Peter Wins Qualifier; Won The West Returns

May 19, 2012:

Breeders Crown champion Uncle Peter turned in a career-best performance in his second qualifier of the season during the morning session at Meadowlands Racetrack, which also saw heavyweight pacer Won The West on

Foiled Again To Return Thursday

March 7, 2012:

Although Canadian and U.S. divisional champion Foiled Again's 2012 debut was foiled by sloppy track conditions last week, trainer Ron Burke says his prized pacer is still on on

Ron Burke's Sweetest Win

January 28, 2012:

For the second straight year, trainer Ron Burke topped all trainers in wins with 797 while also setting a new personal best with $18.5 million in stable earnings. In a year filled with major stakes wins, which one topped them all? on

No Breeders Crown For Won The West

October 2, 2011:

Won The West, who captured last year’s Breeders Crown, will not start in this year’s $500,000 event on October 29 at Woodbine on

Manofmanymissions Rebounds; Haughton Field Set

August 13, 2011:

Three-year-old trotting colt Manofmanymissions overcame the outside Post 10 to score a record-setting 1:52.1 victory in his $175,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Championship at the Meadowlands Racetrack, which was part of a $700,000 Night of Champions for state on

Heavyweights Tussle In Ben Franklin Elims

June 26, 2011:

Trainer Gregg McNair recently surpassed $30 million in lifetime earnings, and one of the stars from his career year in 2010 added more to that bankroll on on

Big Mile Has Won The West Ready For More

June 22, 2011:

Entering last weekend’s $100,000 Mohawk Gold Cup Invitational Pace, Won The West was in the midst of a slump unlike any of his career. He made quick work of ending it on

Won The West Equals Canadian Record On Cup Undercard

June 18, 2011:

Won The West turned in a sizzling 1:47.2 performance equalling the fastest mile in Canadian harness racing history on Saturday’s Pepsi North America Cup undercard at Mohawk on

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