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The stage is set for the July 30 elimination rounds for three big-money stake races which will be contested at Grand River Raceway's marquee harness racing event, Industry Day, on August 6.

Grand River Raceway's Industry Day Celebration is just around the corner, and the track has released the final weekly report tracking some of the standout Ontario-sired freshman colts and fillies eligible to start in next week's July 30th eliminations for the harness racing event's feature races.

Grand River Raceway's Industry Day Celebration is just three weeks away and the track has released the third of four weekly harness racing reports tracking some of the standout Ontario-sired freshman colts and fillies eligible to start in the July 30th eliminations for the event's feature races.

Grand River Raceway's 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. The richest card in the track's history will be complimented by a Hall Of Fame reunion and a Bobblehead promotion.

Grand River Raceway's Industry Day Celebration is inside of a month and the track has released the next segment of its Battle Watch, which tracks some of the standout Ontario-sired freshman colts and fillies eligible to start in the July 30th eliminations for the harness racing event's feature races.

Grand River Raceway's Industry Day Celebration is just a month away and the track has released the first of four weekly harness racing reports tracking some of the standout Ontario-sired freshman colts and fillies eligible to start in the July 30th eliminations for the event's feature races.

When prominent American harness racing owner, breeder, and yearling sales regular Gordon Banks tells you that Machapelo is the best colt he has raced then you can't help but think this young colt could develop into something special.

Machapelo became the 14th victor in Grand River Raceway's $300,000 Battle Of Waterloo and the biggest harness racing upset in the history of the race during the track's Industry Day Celebration on August 1.

Grand River Raceway's Industry Day event is just around the corner, and the final touches are being prepared for one of the best days of the summer for harness racing fans.

Undefeated harness racing freshman Warrawee Needy cruised to his sixth career victory during the Battle Of Waterloo eliminations at Grand River Raceway on July 25.Campaigned and co-owned by five-time Battle Of Waterloo winning trainer Carl Jamieson, the son of E Dees Cam moved three-wide at the half to grab the lead for driver Jody Jamieson.

The harness racing stage is set for the elimination rounds of Grand River Raceway's signature race, the 14th annual $300,000 Battle of Waterloo, and its companion race, the third annual $150,000 Battle of the Belles.

David Menary knows only too well that to make it in harness racing you have to start at the bottom and then slowly work your way up through hard labor, diligence, keen ears and patience. But Menary has come a long way fast and in just over 12 years of conditioning horseflesh. So much so he's become one of the youngest, most promising and talented harness racing trainers in Canada.

Grand River Raceway celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Industry Day event on August 2. The following is a list of winners from several contests, including the Best Of Show for racing participants, which is sponsored each year by the Ontario Harness Horse Association.

The stage is set for the elimination rounds of Grand River Raceway's signature harness race, the 13th annual $300,000 Battle of Waterloo, and its companion race, the second annual $150,000 Battle of the Belles.

Brusiers Brother has picked up a cheque in all of his stake eliminations this summer, then floundered in the finals, so trainer Louie Eftimiadis changed his strategy and entered the two-year-old pacing colt in Saturday's Grassroots event at Sudbury Downs. "I'm putting him in there because he didn't really race that good in the Battle of Waterloo," explains Eftimiadis.

The handle on Grand River Raceway's marquee event, Industry Day, was up by more than 20 percent. On-track wager for the August 3 event increased 21 percent over 2008 with $109,867 through the windows for this year's 11-race card. The overall bet, including simulcast outlets, totalled $268,102 - a 26 percent rise over last year's event.

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