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Wallace On Easy Lover Hanover

November 25, 2019:

"These [kinds] of horses do not get much attention paid to them by the people who are Grand Circuit or young horse-focused. But I do have the small-time owners and trainers comment on ‘Easy Lover’ and how great it is to see him do well. He's a bit of throwback doing what he has done, but what's wrong with that?" on

S-Bred Trainer Wins T-Bred Turf Clash

September 24, 2018:

A veteran Ontario Standardbred trainer with nearly 2,000 career wins under his belt tasted another on-track victory Sunday (Sept. 23) – but this time it was with a runner over the on

Caretaker Day Concept Praised

July 19, 2018:

The inaugural National Caretaker Appreciation Day took place Saturday (July 21) at Woodbine Mohawk Park — and at multiple tracks across the country this weekend — and it would be a challenge to find an individual who feels recognizing the unsung heroes of the sport isn’t long on

The Blissfull Feeling Of Success

July 2, 2018:

It’s been 20 years since the day that Blissfull Hall raced in the Little Brown Jug, taking on his rivals in an epic afternoon for the ages. But for harness racing enthusiasts, and his connections, the memories of that day remain on / continuer à lire

Wallace Back On Centre Stage

May 26, 2018:

“[The Camluck Classic] is definitely something that Brad and I had talked about for this season. He’s bigger and stronger this year and he’s become a man. I think he can do some pretty nice things this season.” on

Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame 2018 Ballot Announced

March 26, 2018:

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame is pleased to announce its 2018 ballot. A total of 30 horses and people comprised of 15 Standardbred and 15 Thoroughbred candidates have been selected to appear on the voting on

MacDonald, Wallace To Host Open House

November 21, 2017:

More than 50 yearlings by leading sires such as Kadabra, Sweet Lou, Somebeachsomewhere and Captaintreacherous purchased at the fall yearling sales, will hit the training track Sunday for's Second Annual Open on

Wallace, Sikura Discuss Ontario Industry

October 24, 2017:

This past weekend, Standardbred horseman Ben Wallace and Thoroughbred breeder Glenn Sikura discussed the changes in the Ontario horse racing industry during a radio show which was broadcast to multiple markets in the on

Easy Lover Hanover Looks To Step Up

September 28, 2017:

"The work that we’ve put into him, and the work he’s had to do to race, has certainly stuck to him; it has not set him back one inch. That gives me the feeling that maybe down the road he could be a division one aged horse." on

Canadian Premier Yearling Sale Results

September 2, 2017:

Some names familiar to harness racing were active participants in the recently concluded 2017 Canadian Premier Yearling Sale held at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion in on

Barn One's Memory Lives On

July 19, 2017:

It would be difficult to imagine that Ben Wallace could be more connected to another horse than freshman pacing colt Barn on

More Year-Round Mohawk Comments

June 19, 2017:

The Woodbine Entertainment Group announced last week that its live Standardbred racing product will be moving to Mohawk Racetrack in 2018. Jim Lawson, WEG’s chief executive, has commented further on the move, as have a pair of well-known Standardbred on

Update On Easy Lover Hanover

April 11, 2017:

The last time race fans saw Easy Lover Hanover, the Somebeachsomewhere gelding was toughing out a victory in the $314,600 Hap Hansen Progress Pace. Now trainer Ben Wallace has said that the hard-knocking bay will soon be reemerging at his old stomping on

Trainers Reflect, One Year Later

January 4, 2017:

A year to the day of the tragic barn fire at the Classy Lane Training Centre, the CBC has run an article that profiles some of the individuals that were the hardest hit in the heartbreaking ordeal. Through the generosity of the equine industry and followers of the sport, those affected were helped back onto their on

Progress To Easy Lover Hanover

November 28, 2016:

Owner Brad Grant of Milton, Ont. rolled the dice when he supplemented Easy Lover Hanover for $25,000 to this year’s Hap Hansen Progress Pace, and the gamble paid off big time for the streaking son of on

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