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Simple Kinda Man Wins Battle Of Waterloo

August 7, 2017:

After only winning one of his first five career starts, M and L of Delaware, LLC’s Simple Kinda Man ($16.50) sprung a 7-1 minor upset in the $200,200 Battle of Waterloo on Monday afternoon (August 7) at Grand River Raceway, using a steady first-over push to grind down 9-5 favourite Burning Midnight and evade 40-1 longshot Hudson Phil in 1:55....read on

Filion Prepares For Battle

August 6, 2017:

“Before the draw, I thought I had a really good shot, but after the draw, I said ‘Well, I have an outside shot now.’”...read on

MacIntosh Stable Making Noise

August 6, 2017:

Blake MacIntosh’s solid 2017 season isn’t going unnoticed. The resident of Cambridge, Ont. is currently sporting a training average slightly under .300 and his charges are racing well. He has pointed out that his lesser-priced horses have been delivering, which has provided his stable with quite a boost....read on

From Backstretch To Big Leagues

August 4, 2017:

Drivers Bob McClure and Doug McNair have been attending Industry Day at Grand River Raceway since they were young enough to spend most of the Civic Holiday afternoon in the bouncy castle....read on

Industry Day Details

August 3, 2017:

Grand River Raceway’s 27th annual Industry Day horse racing celebration is set for this coming Monday afternoon (August 7) with a powerful race card and fun activities for all ages....read on

Stage Set For 'The Battles'

July 31, 2017:

Elimination night for 'The Battles’ is now in the books at Grand River Raceway in Elora, Ont. as the half-mile oval now prepares for next Monday afternoon’s Industry Day matinee....read on

Sports Column Wins Battle Of Waterloo

August 1, 2016:

Confidently handled by driver Chris Christoforou, Sports Column delivered on his pari-mutuel promise with a front-end effort in the $159,500 Battle of Waterloo for Ontario-sired two-year-old pacing colts and geldings to close out Grand River Raceway's Industry Day celebrations on Monday, August 1....read on

Aint Three Ok Ready For Battle

July 31, 2016:

“The story Steve tells me that he went down to his mom’s in Kentucky to look at some horses, and there was a guy who had six yearlings out in a field, and they felt like there was a champion in the field, so they bought them all.”...read on

Stage Set For Industry Day Battles

July 25, 2016:

A five-pack of eliminations - a pair for the Battle Of Waterloo and a trio of tilts for the Battle Of The Belles - was contested Monday evening at Grand River Raceway, and as a result the stage is now set for those Industry Day finals....read on

‘Battle’ Eliminations Drawn

July 22, 2016:

This coming Monday night (July 25), a total of 16 colts and 20 fillies will vie for a spot on the centre stage of Grand River Raceway’s marquee event, Industry Day....read on

Gearing Up For Industry Day 26

July 18, 2016:

Grand River Raceway’s 26th annual Industry Day Celebration is just around the corner, and the event esteems to be one of the best days of the summer for harness racing fans....read on

Filly's Win Triggers Flashback

July 17, 2016:

When Shanghai Sugar won her Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots division at Clinton Raceway on Sunday (July 17), Travis Henry and his partners experienced a moment of déjà vu....read on

Noms For ‘Battle’ Races Due Feb. 16

January 27, 2016:

Nominations for Grand River Raceway’s major races must be locked in by February 16. Following the final sustaining payment on April 15, a list of horses eligible to start in the elimination races will be posted, kicking off a social media contest that will feature a VIP lunch for four during the 26th annual Industry Day event on August 1....read on

Magnum J Wins Battle Of Waterloo

August 3, 2015:

The father-son tandem of Doug & Gregg Mcnair connected for their third Battle Of Waterloo win on Monday afternoon at Grand River Raceway, winning the $227,397 final with Magnum J....read on

The Result Of Instant Responsibility

August 2, 2015:

“Over the last few years, things have been really different. I’ve been in the barn every morning; I have people to answer to all the time and more responsibilities. It actually made me grow up and mature a lot more. I took on everything he had, so I had to grow up. I couldn’t go out and party all the time; that helped me out a lot, for sure.”...read on


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