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Wholly Louy On Top Again

July 12, 2008:

For the third week in a row, Wholly Louy scored a wire-to-wire victory in Saturday's $20,000 Preferred Pace on a sloppy track at W...read on

Burgess Debuts Brother to Glidemaster

July 12, 2008:

Truth In Action, the Cantab Hall half-brother to 2006 U.S. Horse of the Year and Triple Crown winner Glidemaster, made his on-track debut on Saturday morning at Mohawk Racetrack for trainer-driver Blair Burgess....read on

Tivoli Hanover Sets Pocono Track Record

July 12, 2008:

Tivoli Hanover won his third straight Open Handicap pace and set a new track record in the process on Saturday afternoon at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs....read on

Boitnott Breaks Maiden at The Rock

July 12, 2008:

In only his second start as a professional driver in a pari-mutuel race, 46-year-old Barry Boitnott crossed under the wire first to break his maiden at Rockingham Park on Friday....read on

Harness Racing Youth League at Vernon

July 12, 2008:

Vernon Downs finished its Harness Racing Youth League Camp on Thursday night with exhibition race between the five contestants....read on

More OSS Action Scheduled At Flamboro

July 12, 2008:

A hotbed of activity for two-year-old Ontario Sires Stakes action, Flamboro Downs hosts its third freshman division in less than a week when the novice trotting colts roll into town on Wednesday for t...read on

The World According to Dean: Standardbreds in Slovenia – who'd have thunk it?

July 12, 2008:

Standardbreds in Slovenia – who'd have thunk it? ...read on

SC Strategic Plan Online

July 11, 2008:

Following a thorough process, Standardbred Canada has released its new, revised Strategic Plan, including an updated mission, vision and mandate statement for the organization....read on

Canadian Open Sale Preview Online

July 11, 2008:

Pedigrees for the 2008 Canadian Open Yearling Sale are now available online....read on

Dewey Dominates In The Dancer

July 11, 2008:

Deweycheatumnhowe made it look easy in the $350,000 Stanley Dancer Memorial on Friday at the Meadowlands by going to the front, making two left turns and trotting flawlessly to his 13th straight win to remain perfect. ...read on

Snow White Delivers In Del Miller

July 11, 2008:

Snow White answered some of the questions surrounding her by turning in her most impressive performance so far this year to capture Friday's $300,000 Del Miller Memorial at the Meadowlands. ...read on

Yorkton Cancels Friday's Card

July 11, 2008:

Due to heavy rains, racing on Friday night has been cancelled at the Yorkton Exhibition.

Racing is set to resume next Friday night.

Touchette Trainees Triple Up

July 11, 2008:

The Pierre Touchette stable was perfect on Friday night at Rideau Carleton Raceway as it went three-for-three on the 15-race program....read on

Scioto Hosts Seven Ohio Stakes Splits

July 11, 2008:

Ohio's best sophomore fillies blew into Scioto Downs on Friday night and put on a great show for the racing fans in seven divisions of Ohio Sires Stakes....read on

To Helen Back In Mohawk's Mares Open

July 11, 2008:

To Helen Back saved the most ground for driver Mike Saftic and they shot through late to win Friday's $42,000 Mares Open Pace at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Goldstar Rosie Scores In Orange Blossom

July 11, 2008:

Undefeated Goldstar Rosie made a clean sweep of the 16th annual Orange Blossom Pacing Series on Friday at Pompano Park, capturing the $21,300 Final with a three and one-quarter length victory for driver Dan Clements....read on

Veterans Take Yonkers' Opens

July 11, 2008:

Veterans Binions and Grain Of Truth shared Yonkers Raceway glory Friday night, winning the $30,000 co-featured Open Handicaps....read on

Jamieson's Fillies Double Up In OSS

July 11, 2008:

The Father-Son team of Carl and Jody Jamieson took two out of the three $40,000 OSS Gold Eliminations for two-year-old pacing fillies on Friday at Flamboro Downs, but unfortunately a No Contest overshadowed their performances....read on

Six Straight For Martha Maxine

July 11, 2008:

When Martha Maxine arrived at the Meadowlands in April, it was tough to say she would turn out to be this good....read on

Track Record For Lantern Kronos

July 11, 2008:

Lantern Kronos set a new track record in winning a W.N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes division at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Friday afternoon....read on

Freaky Friday At Monticello

July 11, 2008:

It was quite the unique day on Friday at Monticello Raceway as the card featured two races that finished in a dead-heat....read on

NYSS Announces Residency Bonus

July 11, 2008:

The trustees of the Agriculture and New York State Horse Breeding Development Fund, which administers the New York State Sire Stakes, today announced they have added a Residency Bonus as part of its Breeders' Awards program....read on

Good Promotion At Rideau

July 11, 2008:

On Sunday, August 3 Rideau Carleton Raceway will be hosting eliminations for the Frank Ryan Memorial Trot. And if you like free gasoline, make sure you get to the track....read on

Mayotte Comments On 'Summertime' Finale

July 11, 2008:

Horseman Roger Mayotte has commented on three-year-old Cams Card Shark colt Windsun Thunder heading into the $58,100 finale of the Summertime Pacing Series Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack....read on

Teague, Gingras Comment On 'Pace' Elim

July 11, 2008:

Badlands Nitro's trainer George Teague, Jr. and Moon Beam's driver Yannick Gingras have made some interesting comments about the showdown they face with Somebeachsomewhere Saturday in the Meadowlands Pace eliminations....read on

Pontiac Okays Silverdome Sale; Racino Possible

July 11, 2008:

City Council in Pontiac, Michigan has approved a $20 million sale of the Pontiac Silverdome to the H. Wallace Parker-owned Silver Stallion, which plans to erect an entertainment destination, including a racino....read on

Classy Lane Up For Sale

July 11, 2008:

Owner Jamie Millier has announced that Classy Lane Stables Training Centre in Puslinch, ON is up for sale....read on

MacGrath Speaks With USA Today

July 11, 2008:

In terms of North American mainstream media, it doesn't get much bigger than USA Today, and the publication has spoken to Somebeachsomewhere's co-owning trainer Brent MacGrath heading into the Meadowlands Pace eliminations Saturday....read on

BC Yearling Sale Entries Close Aug. 15

July 11, 2008:

Entries are now being accepted for the 2008 annual Pacific Yearling Sale, to be held Sunday, October 5 at the Agriplex Complex in Cloverdale BC....read on

Alborano Not Worried About 10-Hole

July 11, 2008:

His Pacific Fella horse may have drawn Post 10 for the $600,000 William R. Haughton Memorial this Saturday at the Meadowlands Racetrack, but by the sounds of it owner Joseph Alborano isn't worrying....read on

No Conditional License For Valley View

July 11, 2008:

Yesterday in Pennsylvania, the state Gaming Control Board denied Centaur LLC's request for a temporary, Conditional Category 1 slots gaming license for the proposed Valley View Downs racetrack prior to the completion of its background investigation and suitability hearing....read on

Call For AB Support Continues; Website Up

July 11, 2008:

The four young Alberta standardbred racing fans that have started a petition to support the industry in their province have now launched a website to further trumpet their cause....read on

Ackerman Crew Doubles Up In NYSS

July 11, 2008:

It was a night of firsts Thursday, with Yonkers Raceway hosting its first New York Sire Stakes event of the season - the Empire's first look at its first-season trotting colts and geldings....read on

Whycantiforgetyou Equals Saratoga Record

July 11, 2008:

Whycantiforgetyou equaled Saratoga Raceway's track record for four-year-old pacing mares on Thursday when she stopped the teletimer in 1:53.1 to take the featured $15,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace....read on

Filly Frenzy At Summerside

July 10, 2008:

It was a filly-filled program at Summerside Raceway on Thursday evening, as the PEI half-miler played host to multiple divisions of the Atlantic Sires Stakes for sophomore pacers....read on

Dazzling Mile For Dial Or Nodial

July 10, 2008:

Dial Or Nodial turned heads won he broke his maiden in a time of 1:53.4 in a NJSS division at The Meadowlands on July 3, and he dropped jaws on Thursday evening when he took the $175,000 NJSS Final for freshman pacing colts and geldings in 1:51.4....read on

Muscle Hill Takes NJSS Final

July 10, 2008:

Muscle Hill was an impressive maiden-breaker on Thursday evening at The Meadowlands, and he sure picked a fine time to do it....read on

Sweet Calypso Gearing Up For Grassroots

July 10, 2008:

Monday, July 14 marks the second event in an exciting month of Ontario Sires Stakes action at Grand River Raceway....read on

Lots Of OSS Action For Locke

July 10, 2008:

Harness racing fans will get their first glimpse of Ontario's two-year-old trotting colt crop on Tuesday, July 15 at Kawartha Downs, as the freshmen make their Ontario Sires Stakes debut in three $40,000 Gold Series eliminations....read on

Constant Craving Euthanized

July 10, 2008:

This afternoon, Trot Insider spoke with trainer Rene Bourassa, who broke the sad news that the sharp three-year-old Camluck colt had to be euthanized this past weekend at the University of Guelph....read on

Lederman Back For Xtreme Horsepower

July 10, 2008:

Larry Lederman, the voice of Xtreme Horsepower, returns for a second year behind the mic on August 9 at Georgian Downs....read on

Dr. Reid Comments On Meeting, Industry

July 10, 2008:

This afternoon, Trot Insider spoke with Horse Racing Alberta chairman and chief executive officer Dr. David Reid regarding the industry stakeholder meeting which took place yesterday....read on

Calling The Next Generation

July 10, 2008:

How would you like to be the person to find a future Driver, Trainer or overall Horseperson of the Year?...read on

Landry Comments On Layoffs

July 10, 2008:

This afternoon, Trot Insider spoke with Gerard Landry, Attractions Hippiques' vice president, Racing, who explained that the Quebec track operator has had to lay off roughly 65 employees working at Hippodrome de Montreal....read on

Connections Comment On $90,000 Dygert

July 10, 2008:

For as long as Hawthorne Race Course has conducted a harness meet, the Erwin F. Dygert Memorial Trot has been its featured racing event....read on

Hands On Horses

July 10, 2008:

Trot 4 Kids will be headed to the Country Heritage Park every Monday throughout the summer to conduct an informative learning session called 'Hands On Horses.'...read on

WEG Announces New Features

July 10, 2008:

The Woodbine Entertainment Group has announced a new addition to its website....read on

Road To The Hambletonian

July 10, 2008:

Each week, Ken Warkentin of the Meadowlands Racetrack ranks the contenders for the $1.5 million Hambletonian, to be contested August 2 at the East Rutherford, New Jersey oval....read on

Ford Comments On Dancer Chances

July 10, 2008:

All eyes will be on Deweycheatumnhowe in this Friday's $350,000 Stanley Dancer Memorial at the Meadowlands Racetrack as he bids for his 12th consecutive win. But a full field of 10 will line up behind the gate to try and derail the undefeated, early Hambletonian favourite, including Ace High Hall for trainer Mark Ford....read on

Aldred Comments On Sandown

July 10, 2008:

BC Standardbred Association executive director David Aldred has spoken with the Times Colonist regarding the three-day meet at Sandown Park, which kicks off this coming Saturday afternoon on Vancouver Island....read on


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