Driver George Brennan, coming to Harrah's Philadelphia for a single drive on Wednesday afternoon, certainly picked the right horse for whom to make the journey, guiding the American Ideal mare Touchmatic to a new mark of , lowering her old standard by three full seconds, in taking the ,00 [read more] SOA of NY: agreements in place for racing The Standardbred Owners Association of New York wishes to congratulate Tim Rooney Sr.
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Three of the heats went in .3 and three went in .2.
Leading sire Somebea [read more] AJ Destiny 29-1 upset winner at Saratoga Monday’s (May 28) matinee at Saratoga Casino Hotel featured some big upsets by trotters.
The winner of almost $60,000 lifetime has a mark of .4 set at Lexington as a 4 year old.
She is owned by trainer George Anthrop and Steven Noffke of Michigan [read more] PA fair supporter Sue Brickell passes at 67 Susan Brickell, one of the most stalwart of supporters and workers on the Pennsylvania fair circuit and the winner of the 2008 Mary Lib Miller Award, the highest honor given by the Keystone Chapter of the U. Harness Writers Association, passed away after a long and courageous battle with cance [read more] Canadian journalist, owner, fan Ralph Sucee dies Longtime Standardbred industry participant Ralph Sucee passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 26, with family by his side at Lakeridge Health Oshawa, Ont., at the age of 63.
Nehemiah was parked every step of the mile and had to sustain a three-wide bid around [read more] Four Socks one of four wins for Hennessey Dodging a major weather "bullet" as Tropical Storm Alberto roared alongside, Pompano Park got its Sunday night show in featuring Four Socks scoring a "three peat" win the Open Pace, four trainers being honored as winners of the track's incentive program and Wally Hennessey hitting yet another gran [read more] Maui Mama wins Beulah Dygert leg by neck Sunday night at Hawthorne featured trotters as Illinois conceived or foaled three-year-olds were showcased.