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Eleven 3-year-old colts shall contest the 2008 edition of Yonkers Raceway's Art Rooney Pace. The total purse of the '08 Rooney is $618,270, with a pair of $40,000 eliminations set for this Saturday night. The first four finishers in each elim returns for next Saturday night's (July 5) $538.270 final.

Badlands Hanover is best known as the dominant stallion in Delaware. Last weekend Badlands Nitro and Tug River Princess, both unbeaten in 2008 pacers and each sired by Badlands Hanover, scored impressive wins in two of the top events North of the Border winning a North American Cup and a Fan Hanover elimination respectively at Mohawk Raceway in Campbellville, Ont.

While thoroughbred Big Brown failed to a deliver a Triple Crown earlier today in New York, his harness counterpart Somebeachsomewhere remained unbeaten with another scintillating performance...this time in one of Saturday's eliminations for next weekend's $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack.

Each week, Bob Heyden ranks the top contenders for the $1 million Meadowlands Pace on July 19.

With the Burlington Stakes now behind us, Canadian race fans have caught their first glimpse of many of the potential stars heading to the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup. But there’s one highly-rated individual who has yet to set foot on an Ontario track, and that makes him one of the most intriguing choices going into this weekend’s elimination rounds.

A total of 27 colts will make up three $50,000 eliminations for this year's 25th Anniversary Edition of the North America Cup sponsored by Pepsi. The top three-year-old colt and gelding pacers on the continent will be in action, including the undefeated Somebeachsomewhere who has drawn post four in the second split.

We here at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs have been blessed to witness some truly great horses pass this way through the years. From Jenna’s Beach Boy to Bunny Lake to Southwind Tempo, the list of stakes champions here the past decade or so reads like a who’s who of standardbred champions.

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