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MILTON, ON -  March 3, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all horsepeople that schoolers will be offered Thursday morning following qualifiers. A total of 30 spots are open for Thursday's schoolers. Trainers are limited to a maximum of five horses each and are asked to indicate number of pacers or trotters when signing up. Anyone bringing a horse in for schoolers will also need to check in with the paddock judge when they arrive. Sign-up for Thursday's schoolers opens at 2 p.m. and is available by clicking here. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

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Harry G gutsy in Western Fair feature

Harry G and harness racing driver Doug McNair took the tough route to victory in the Mar. 2 N/W$52,000 lifetime pace at The Raceway at Western Fair.   Harry G took back to fifth early, allowing Spectrum Seelster (Travis Cullen) to lead through an opening quarter in 29. McNair quickly pulled the trigger though, going first-up at three-eighths and reaching third by the half in 1:00.3. Harry G poked a nose in front of Spectrum Seelster on the backstretch, but the latter fought back and set the third quarter time of 1:29.1.   The two horses were dead even turning for home, but Harry G found enough for one more push down the lane and drew away to win by half a length in 1:58.3. Spectrum Seelster settled for second, and Sports Nation (Austin Sorrie) came from the pocket to take show.       The winner, a four-year-old gelding by Rollwithitharry took his first win for owner Christina Gillis of Campbellville and trainer Mike Saftic. The horse has now won 10 races from 29 starts and earned just shy of $50,000 lifetime.   Also on the card, Colin Kelly took a driving triple with wins aboard Doc Fanelli in the second, Blackcreek Rosebud in the third, and Together We Run in the ninth. He now has eight in the win column in 2021.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

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Its Academic remains trotting to win

A week after he switched to the pace with meters to go, harness racing horse Its Academic dominated the $34,000 Preferred trot at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Monday, Mar. 1.   The four-year-old trotting stallion got away third, following Oney Hall and Perfetto through a 29.1 first quarter. Its Academic then went first-up on the backstretch and cleared just before the half in 58.1. Driver Doug McNair rated him well to a 1:27.1 third split and the pair cruised home with little asking from McNair.    Its Academic trotted home for a one-length victory in 1:55.2. Perfetto went a taxing first-over trip and stayed on for second. Zig Zag came from last at the half to get third. The winner paid $6.50 to win.       That was Its Academic's first win on the season in two starts for owner Brad Grant. The other outing seemed like a sure victory coming down the lane, but the son of Uncle Peter went from trot to pace just meters from the line, finished first, and was disqualified. The Richard Moreau trainee is now 14 for 25 lifetime with just shy of $475,000 earned.   Earlier in the card, 13-year-old Cool Rock broke a 56-race losing streak spanning more than two years in the $8,000 claiming class. The gelding by Rocknroll Hanover is approaching 300 lifetime starts and has already surpassed $600,000 in earnings. Bob McClure drove the iron horse to victory for trainer Joshua McKibbin and owner Michael Cecile of Windsor.       Mohawk's next scheduled race date is Thursday, Mar. 4.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

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Veyron wins the hard way

Veyron remained undefeated this season with a first-over harness racing win against Preferred 2 foes on Monday, Mar. 1 at The Raceway at Western Fair.   The eight-year-old gelding left from post five at the behest of driver Scott Coulter, but the outside position forced him to take back to third into the first turn. Zack To The Max led through the first quarter in 29 and half in 59.3. Veyron geared up coming into the stretch for the first time and engaged in a first-over battle with the leader throughout the second half. He put a full length in front of Zack To The Max, but the latter battled back on the inside and took the lead back as the field passed three-quarters in 1:28.3.   Veyron wouldn't be put away so easily, and he made a final panel reroll, coming level with Zack To The Max again as they turned for home. Power and Grace, the 1/2 favourite sprung off Veyron's cover in the stretch, but she would flatten out and finish third. Veyron finally put away Zack To The Max in the final eighth and won by a length.       Veyron's impressive win was his second victory in The Raceway's Preferred-2 class from two on the year for trainer Paul Cameron. Tjs Stable owns the son of Muscles Yankee that has now won 16 races from 95 lifetime starts and earned more than $190,000. He paid $5.40 to win.   Outlawgrabbingears scored the second co-feature in clinical fashion, with driver Paul Davies guiding him to a pocket trip victory on seasonal debut.   Davies sent his mount quickly off the car, but Racemup and Marc St. Louis drove on to put Outlawgrabbingears in the pocket. The order remained the same through 28.1 and 59 fractions, with Homey Joe and J J Powerball activating from the backfield at the halfway point.   Those two would have a minimal effect on the race as the leaders accelerated hitting three-quarters in 1:28.3 and dispatched the outside flow. Outlawgrabbingears swung out of the pocket in the stretch and passed Racemup under a strong drive from Davies to win by three quarters of a length. Racemup finished second and Easton Beach rode the three-hole to a show spot.       Davies co-owns and trains the five-year-old gelding by Smart Shark with Nicole Davies of Arthur and Deborah Pinel of Calgary. That win was Outlawgrabbingears' second straight win, but his first of 2021. He's won 23 races from 50 lifetime starts and earned more than $300,000 lifetime. He paid $3.90 on this occasion.   The Raceway's Mar. 1 card was its first since Wednesday, Feb. 24, after it had to cancel its Friday, Feb. 26 race date. The London, Ontario track is scheduled to be back in action on Tuesday, Mar. 2.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Harness racing fans, harnesslink community, we have some important and exciting news to share with you. The current iteration of our website is now over ten years old and while it has done it's job incredibly well, the time has come for an upgrade.  Due to a number of technological changes, our current website has started to experience several problems behind the scenes which need to be solved. This has also fortunately given us the chance to review our current design as website design has changed a lot over the last ten years.  Our new website will be coming sometime in the next few weeks and should bring with it a faster, cleaner, more modern design. We know that change is hard but we also hope that you will keep an open mind and enjoy our new look when it is launched. Here's to the next chapter! John and the Harnesslink team Here is a picture of our original Website dated 2002

TORONTO, March 1, 2021 - As of today, more than two million households in Canada now have access to live horse racing 24 hours a day for the entire month of March. Ontario Racing, in partnership with Woodbine Entertainment, announced today that it is presenting a free preview of HPItv throughout the month of March for Bell Television subscribers. "As part of our mandate to promote our sport, Ontario Racing is proud to present this free preview as a fantastic opportunity for both casual and dedicated fans to experience world-class horse racing from across the globe, including outstanding live racing coverage from racetracks across Ontario," said John Hayes, Independent Chair, Ontario Racing. "Viewers will also be able to access professional handicapping tips, in-depth race analysis, and get the chance to see some of the sport's top stars, both equine and human, vie for victory at racetracks throughout North America and beyond." Since 2005, HPItv, which is owned and operated by Woodbine Entertainment, has delivered thrilling, worldwide horse racing action to fans in the comfort of their homes or through their preferred mobile device. The March free preview on Bell features three premium racing channels, each with its own unique programing, that combine to showcase a multitude of races daily from across the world. "Horse racing is an exciting sport and we are confident that if we continue to provide opportunities to make our sport more accessible, especially while fans cannot attend racetracks in person, interest in our sport will only grow," said Christina Litz, Vice President, Business Development and Revenue, Woodbine Entertainment. "Last year we launched Racing Night Live on TSN and saw hundreds of thousands of new fans engage with horse racing. This free preview of HPItv is another strategy to grow our sport and we are proud to partner with Ontario Racing on this initiative for fans." Seasoned handicappers and new fans to racing will have the chance to watch and wager on world-class live racing currently being held throughout Ontario: Woodbine Mohawk Park, The Raceway at Western Fair District, Rideau Carleton Raceway and Flamboro Downs. "The Raceway at Western Fair District is thrilled to learn of the free preview of HPItv for the month of March, sponsored by Ontario Racing," said Rob Lumsden, Director of Raceway & Grandstand, The Raceway at ​Western Fair District. "Whether you're a first-time player or seasoned handicapper this is a great opportunity to get into the action, attract new fans and to continue to grow the fan base of harness racing in Ontario." HPItv features up to four tracks of live racing on a single screen from 6:30 a.m. (ET) to 2 a.m. (ET), daily. Many of the world's most prestigious racetracks including Woodbine Racetrack (Canada), Churchill Downs (U.S.), Santa Anita (U.S.), Saratoga (U.S.), Epsom Downs (U.K.), Ascot Racecourse (U.K.), Flemington Racecourse (Australia), Meydan Racecourse (Dubai), Sha Tin Racecourse (Hong Kong), Tokyo Racecourse (Japan), as well as other venues in South Africa, Europe, Asia and beyond, are featured on HPItv. Additionally, HPItv is home to the sport's most prestigious events including the Kentucky Derby (U.S.), Breeders' Cup (U.S.A.), Epsom Derby (U.K.) and Canada's iconic Queen's Plate, slated for August 22 this year at Woodbine Racetrack. As premium channels, the HPItv package is typically only available to subscribers, however the free preview is available to all Bell Television users from March 1 to March 31 on channels 477 to 480 on satellite and channels 475 to 478 on Bell Fibe TV. Fans who wish to enhance their experience can complement their viewing by signing up for HPIbet.com. HPIbet is Canada's leading horse racing wagering site and is a safe, secure and convenient way to ensure users don't miss a moment of the action or an opportunity to place a bet. by Jamie Dykstra, for Woodbine Entertainment  

Racing at both Flamboro Downs and Rideau Carleton Raceway has been cancelled for Sunday, February 28 due to deteriorating track conditions. Racing is scheduled to resume at Flamboro Downs on Thursday, March 4 with a first race post time of 6:35 p.m. Rideau's next scheduled card is one week from today on Sunday, March 7. From Standardbred Canada

Wheels On Fire remained undefeated in his second harness racing start of 2021 in Woodbine Mohawk Park's $30,000 feature pace on Saturday, Feb. 27.   The six-year-old gelding got loose on the lead, leaving first from the eight-hole. Driver Bob McClure managed the fractions well, piloting his charge to splits of 27.2, 56.4, and 1:25. Points North came first up out of fifth to challenge, making it to within a half-length of the lead, but Wheels on Fire turned him away in the stretch.   Wheels On Fire then needed only to repel a late attack from 1/5 favourite So Much More, which he did. McClure sent his mount into a heavy drive in the lane, but he had the luxury of easing up near the wire as Wheels On Fire put away the final challenger to win by a length in a half in 1:52.3. So Much More held on for second, and East End closed late for show.       Richard Moreau trains Wheels on Fire for Brad Grant of Milton. The Somebeachsomewhere gelding has now won 24 races from 70 lifetime starts and earned more than $400,000.   Woodbine Mohawk Park will resume racing on Monday, Mar. 1 with a 10-race card that includes the Campbellville, Ontario oval's first Preferred event of the year.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Due to deteriorating track conditions caused by the warm temperature in the Hamilton area, Flamboro Downs has cancelled live harness racing for Saturday, February 27. Officials with Flamboro cancelled Saturday's session of qualifiers earlier due to those same track conditions. Racing is scheduled to resume on Sunday, February 28 with a first race post time of 6:55 p.m. From Standardbred Canada

Postmodernism and Westbeach blew up the Woodbine Mohawk Park tote board on Friday, Feb. 26 with two late-closing upsets.   Postmodernism went from last to first in the ninth race at 25-1 in an eye-catching move rarely seen in harness racing. With it, she secured the last of three $20,000 feature races and a first victory for new owners.   Driver Bob McClure dropped back with her to eighth at the start and continued to sit near the back through fractions of 27.2, 57, and 1:26.2. The pair pulled fourth-over coming around the far turn as Free Flyin Ticket overtook Sunday Afternoon at the head of the field. McClure fully unleashed Postmodernism at the eighth pole, and she unfurled her metaphorical wings. The five-year-old mare flew home, passing eight horses in the stretch and getting by Sunday Afternoon in the last possible stride to win.       Postmodernism took her fourth lifetime victory from 28 starts and surpassed $50,000 in earnings with the Feb. 26 1:54.2 win. It was also the daughter of American Ideal's first win for trainer Jody McClure and 2729346 Ontario Inc. The mare paid $53.90 to win.   Six races earlier, 22-1 shot Westbeach converted a perfect trip into her first win of the season in the first of three co-features, passing the two favourites in the lane for a big upset.   Driver Sylvain Filion guided her into the pocket early, sitting behind Major League N through fractions of 27.2, 57.2, and 1:25.3. Swift Ally marched up to challenge first-over turning for home. The top two battled into the lane with drivers Ed Hensley and Doug McNair asking their mounts for more. Filion slid Westbeach out mid-stretch, but the five-year-old mare needed every meter of racetrack to get it done. She hit another gear in the final 1/16th and nailed Swift Ally by a head.       Swift Ally was game in second, as was Major League N, who finished third by half a length. The winner paid $47.40.   Westbeach took her first win since November 2020 in 1:52.3. The Sombeachsomewhere mare has now tallied eight wins from 50 starts and earned more than $110,000 lifetime for Lachance Racing Stable and Dragon Racing Inc. Her most recent win comes under the conditioning of trainer Richard Moreau.   Sheswildnfree jogged as expected in the second of the three co-features, scoring by two lenghts with the whip lightly used and the earplugs unpulled.   She tucked in third into the first turn at 1/5, but driver Filion quickly pulled the trigger and sent his mare to the top. She cleared Northern Sultan, who led to the quarter in 28.1 and who moved to the safety lane on the backstretch for an unknown reason. Meadowbranch Noble followed Sheswildnfree into the outside flow but took the pocket after Northern Sultan vacated the rail. Sheswildnfree set a 58.4 half and a 1:28.3 three-quarters with Archies Star providing mild pressure first-over. The leader kicked away with minimal urging from Filion, cruising home for a two-length victory and a new life's mark of 1:56.2.       She's now two-for-two in 2021 for trainer Benoit Baillargeon. The four-year-old mare by Muscle Mass has four wins and more than $50,000 lifetime against her name from 20 lifetime starts. She's owned and was bred by Thomas and Elizabeth Rankin of St. Catherines.   Mohawk is back in action on Saturday, Feb. 27 with a 10-race card.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

LONDON, ON - Management at The Raceway at Western Fair District would like to notify horsepeople and harness racing customers of a post time change for all cards at the half-mile oval.   Effective Tuesday, March 2, the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday cards at The Raceway will begin at 6:30 p.m.   The change is due to unprecedented mild temperatures during this time of the year.   The post time will be in effect until March 29 when post times will revert to 5:50 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and 4:50 p.m. on Fridays.   Management would also like to express a sincere appreciation to all associations for the quick approval and turnaround time regarding this change.   by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

MILTON, ON - February 26, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all harness rcing horsepeople of its updated schedule for training and schoolers. Due to mild temperatures and rain, Woodbine Mohawk Park has cancelled training for Saturday (February 27) morning. The next set of training days are scheduled for Tuesday (March 2), Friday (March 5) and Saturday (March 6). Sign-up for training opens Saturday (February 27) at 2 p.m. Woodbine Mohawk Park will also offer four schoolers following this Monday's (March 1) qualifiers. Sign-up for schoolers also opens Saturday (February 27) at 2 p.m. Sign-up links for training and schoolers are available below: Training: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 Friday, March 5, 2021 Saturday, March 6, 2021 Schoolers: Monday, March 1, 2021 by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

LONDON, ON - Friday's live harness racing program at The Raceway at Western Fair District has been cancelled. The cancellation has come due to continuing warm weather in the area which has adversely affected track condition. The next program of live program at The Raceway is slated for Monday night with a first post at 5:50 p.m. Management at The Raceway apologize for the inconvenience. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway  

Management for the Ontario Select Yearling Sale has confirmed that the sale will be held once again in 2021. "We understand the importance of having a live sale in Ontario and we will be putting together a sale to help the interests of breeders,” said Pat Woods, Ontario Select Sale Manager. Entries from outside consignors are now being accepted. More details concerning deadlines will be released soon. "At the present time, dates and venues are being discussed and will be determined over the next few months," said Woods. “Please stay tuned for more details in upcoming press releases and updates posted on the Ontario Select Sale website.” Those interested in the sale are encouraged to check frequently at ontarioselectyearlingsale.com for more information. “The Ontario Select Sale Company would like to ensure everyone that we will be diligently working with Public Health to maintain all protocols in order to ensure the safety of all involved with the sale,” said Woods. “Last year, we continually provided updates on all mandated health safety protocol and we will continue to do that in 2021.” For information on the sale, please contact Pat Woods at pat.woods@winbakfarm.com or call him at 905.838.2145. From Winbak Farms

Lyons Liberty sailed past the top four in Woodbine Mohawk Park's top condition on Thursday, Feb. 25.   There was copious harness racing action up front; Hes Swift won the early duel and took the driver's seat, but Lobel Bruiser pulled the trigger after a 28 opening panel. The latter took over at the half in 56.1 and had no time for a breather, setting a 1:24.3 three-quarter time while maintaining a one-and-three-quarter length advantage.   Lyons Liberty grabbed golden second-over cover, rode it to the head of the stretch, and quickly outkicked it. James Macdonald asked for pace and Lyons Liberty supplied plenty of it, shooting to the top under light urging and coasting to a two-length win in 1:53.1.       His third lifetime win in this N/W 2 or $30,000 lifetime event came just a fifth of a second shy of his lifetime mark. The son of American Ideal has earned $44,532 for Threelyonsracing of Brantford on 19 starts. Tony Beaton has trained the horse since its return to Ontario in October 2020. A win ticket returned $4.00.   One race prior, 7/5 favourite Hp Starlette won the N/W 2 or $20,000 lifetime class in a similar move, but it took much longer for her to seal the deal than Lyons Liberty.   Rjs Invictus led through the half in 29 and 59.1 fractions with the field single-file behind him. Hp Starlette went first-up passing five-eighths and made it from fifth to second by the three-quarters in 1:29. Her and Rjs Invictus threw down in a close stretch drive, but Louis-Phillipe Roy sent her into another gear in the final eighth of a mile. She proved a length too good for Rjs Invictus, who finished second. Modern Mass followed Hp Starlette in the outside flow and closed for show.       Hp Starlette took her third lifetime victory in 1:57.3 for trainer Jean Tourigny. The four-year-old trotting mare by Muscle Mass has now earned more than $75,000 for owners/breeders Claude Hamel of Ayer's Cliff and Guy Desautels of Montreal. She paid $4.90 to win.   Tourigny is off to a hot start to the season, winning four races from seven starters so far. He moved to Ontario last season and ranks among the top conditioners in 2021.   Mohawk will be back in action on Friday, Feb. 26.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

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MILTON, ON -  March 3, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all horsepeople that schoolers will be offered Thursday morning following qualifiers. A total of 30 spots are open for Thursday's schoolers. Trainers are limited to a maximum of five horses each and are asked to indicate number of pacers or trotters when signing up. Anyone bringing a horse in for schoolers will also need to check in with the paddock judge when they arrive. Sign-up for Thursday's schoolers opens at 2 p.m. and is available by clicking here. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  
Harry G and harness racing driver Doug McNair took the tough route to victory in the Mar. 2 N/W$52,000 lifetime pace at The Raceway at Western Fair.   Harry G took back to fifth early, allowing Spectrum Seelster (Travis Cullen) to lead through an opening quarter in 29. McNair quickly pulled the trigger though, going first-up at three-eighths and reaching third by the half in 1:00.3. Harry G poked a nose in front of Spectrum Seelster on the backstretch, but the latter fought back and set the third quarter time of 1:29.1.   The two horses were dead even turning for home, but Harry G found enough for one more push down the lane and drew away to win by half a length in 1:58.3. Spectrum Seelster settled for second, and Sports Nation (Austin Sorrie) came from the pocket to take show.       The winner, a four-year-old gelding by Rollwithitharry took his first win for owner Christina Gillis of Campbellville and trainer Mike Saftic. The horse has now won 10 races from 29 starts and earned just shy of $50,000 lifetime.   Also on the card, Colin Kelly took a driving triple with wins aboard Doc Fanelli in the second, Blackcreek Rosebud in the third, and Together We Run in the ninth. He now has eight in the win column in 2021.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink
A week after he switched to the pace with meters to go, harness racing horse Its Academic dominated the $34,000 Preferred trot at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Monday, Mar. 1.   The four-year-old trotting stallion got away third, following Oney Hall and Perfetto through a 29.1 first quarter. Its Academic then went first-up on the backstretch and cleared just before the half in 58.1. Driver Doug McNair rated him well to a 1:27.1 third split and the pair cruised home with little asking from McNair.    Its Academic trotted home for a one-length victory in 1:55.2. Perfetto went a taxing first-over trip and stayed on for second. Zig Zag came from last at the half to get third. The winner paid $6.50 to win.       That was Its Academic's first win on the season in two starts for owner Brad Grant. The other outing seemed like a sure victory coming down the lane, but the son of Uncle Peter went from trot to pace just meters from the line, finished first, and was disqualified. The Richard Moreau trainee is now 14 for 25 lifetime with just shy of $475,000 earned.   Earlier in the card, 13-year-old Cool Rock broke a 56-race losing streak spanning more than two years in the $8,000 claiming class. The gelding by Rocknroll Hanover is approaching 300 lifetime starts and has already surpassed $600,000 in earnings. Bob McClure drove the iron horse to victory for trainer Joshua McKibbin and owner Michael Cecile of Windsor.       Mohawk's next scheduled race date is Thursday, Mar. 4.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink
Veyron remained undefeated this season with a first-over harness racing win against Preferred 2 foes on Monday, Mar. 1 at The Raceway at Western Fair.   The eight-year-old gelding left from post five at the behest of driver Scott Coulter, but the outside position forced him to take back to third into the first turn. Zack To The Max led through the first quarter in 29 and half in 59.3. Veyron geared up coming into the stretch for the first time and engaged in a first-over battle with the leader throughout the second half. He put a full length in front of Zack To The Max, but the latter battled back on the inside and took the lead back as the field passed three-quarters in 1:28.3.   Veyron wouldn't be put away so easily, and he made a final panel reroll, coming level with Zack To The Max again as they turned for home. Power and Grace, the 1/2 favourite sprung off Veyron's cover in the stretch, but she would flatten out and finish third. Veyron finally put away Zack To The Max in the final eighth and won by a length.       Veyron's impressive win was his second victory in The Raceway's Preferred-2 class from two on the year for trainer Paul Cameron. Tjs Stable owns the son of Muscles Yankee that has now won 16 races from 95 lifetime starts and earned more than $190,000. He paid $5.40 to win.   Outlawgrabbingears scored the second co-feature in clinical fashion, with driver Paul Davies guiding him to a pocket trip victory on seasonal debut.   Davies sent his mount quickly off the car, but Racemup and Marc St. Louis drove on to put Outlawgrabbingears in the pocket. The order remained the same through 28.1 and 59 fractions, with Homey Joe and J J Powerball activating from the backfield at the halfway point.   Those two would have a minimal effect on the race as the leaders accelerated hitting three-quarters in 1:28.3 and dispatched the outside flow. Outlawgrabbingears swung out of the pocket in the stretch and passed Racemup under a strong drive from Davies to win by three quarters of a length. Racemup finished second and Easton Beach rode the three-hole to a show spot.       Davies co-owns and trains the five-year-old gelding by Smart Shark with Nicole Davies of Arthur and Deborah Pinel of Calgary. That win was Outlawgrabbingears' second straight win, but his first of 2021. He's won 23 races from 50 lifetime starts and earned more than $300,000 lifetime. He paid $3.90 on this occasion.   The Raceway's Mar. 1 card was its first since Wednesday, Feb. 24, after it had to cancel its Friday, Feb. 26 race date. The London, Ontario track is scheduled to be back in action on Tuesday, Mar. 2.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink
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