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Limelight Beach Wins Jug

September 18, 2014:

Three-year-old pacing gelding Limelight Beach won the 2014 Little Brown Jug in straight heats at Ohio’s Delaware County Fair on Thursday, September 18, giving North America’s leading trainer, Ron Burke, his first career Jug on

Pennsylvania Champions Crowned

September 7, 2014:

The best Pennsylvania-sired two-year-olds gathered at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Saturday night for their $1,240,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Championships on

Cane Pace To Lyonssomewhere

September 1, 2014:

Facing seven rivals and a track bias which played in the favour of stalkers and closers, Lyonssomewhere held sway from odds-on favourite Hes Watching for a 1:49.4 victory in the $437,325 Cane Pace, the featured event on a star-studded Labour Day card at Tioga on

Takter Sweeps Zweigs; Sebastian K Cruises In Crawford

August 29, 2014:

Jimmy Takter-trained sophomore trotters dominated the Dr. Harry M. Zweig Memorial divisions while Sebastian K cruised wire-to-wire to win the Crawford Farms Open Trot on Friday night at Vernon on

Father Patrick Returns Sunday

August 14, 2014:

“That day had it all –- the million dollars, the Hambletonian, Father Patrick and everything he’s accomplished. It was such a downer. Even though I had a great day, I didn’t feel like celebrating." on

Hambletonian Day 2014 Complete

August 2, 2014:

Hambletonian Day has concluded with harness racing's brightest stars competing on a stellar stakes-packed program at Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, New on

Gingras Vies For Hambletonian Glory

August 1, 2014:

North America's leading driver Yannick Gingras has grown to become one of the sport's go-to reinsmen when big money is on the line and this Saturday he will have an opportunity of a lifetime as he vies his first victory in harness racing's richest trotting race with the morning line on

Archangel Ready To Roll

August 1, 2014:

"Whether I would have gone by or not, we’ll never know, and the record is his. But my horse was going to trot 1:49 too.” on

Gingras On “The People’s Horse”

May 27, 2014:

He defies what you would expect from a world-class professional athlete at the top of his game in just about every category except heart. He lacks size, is an old man in a younger man’s game, and isn’t blessed with blinding speed or a chiselled on

Western Vintage Stars In NJSS; Gingras Wins Seven

May 18, 2014:

Western Vintage opened his 2014 campaign on a winning note, capturing the $50,500 first leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings featured on Saturday night's undercard at The on

Gingras Celebrates 5,000th Career Win

May 9, 2014:

Yannick Gingras posted his 5,000th career driving victory when he piloted Dry Gulch to the winner's circle in the fourth race on Friday afternoon (May 9) at Harrah's on

Gingras: "There's No Pressure"

April 23, 2014:

“He’s become one of the fans’ favourites and a lot of people are watching him. People appreciate him more now." on

Gingras Discusses ‘Foiled’s Heart

March 27, 2014:

“I first drove him as a four-year-old after [trainer Ron Burke] bought him. He won in 1:50, and I thought, ‘Alright, there’s some talent there,’ but if anyone said then he’d go on to win more than $6 million, I would have figured they were crazy.” on

Gingras Pads Lead At Big M

March 20, 2014:

On what is likely to be Yannick Gingras’ final night at The Meadowlands until after The Levy and Matchmaker Series, the Big M’s leading driver went out with a driving on

Gingras Discusses Singer Series

February 26, 2014:

Yannick Gingras says it will be a challenge for Time To Quit to win the Charles Singer Memorial Series at Meadowlands Racetrack, but for now the Big M’s leading driver is focused on Thursday’s second on

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