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CAMPBELLVILLE, August 9 - It was a milestone night on Friday evening at Mohawk. After driver Jody Jamieson celebrated $100-million in career earnings as a driver in race two, trainer Casie Coleman notched her 2,000th win later on the card in race ten. Coleman’s Beat The Drum got under the wire first in a condition event for driver Scott Zeron in 1:53 to reach the 2,000 win plateau. Coleman, a resident of Cambridge, has been named Canada’s Trainer of the Year five times and has career earnings approaching $45 million as a trainer. “When I first came to Ontario, I never dreamed I’d win 1,000 races lifetime let alone 2,000 at my age,” Coleman said. “It’s pretty surreal to think that my team and I have accomplished this. It’s just a great feeling.” The 33-year-old’s top horses in recent years include North America Cup winner Sportswriter, Breeders Crown winner Betterthancheddar, Little Brown Jug winner Michaels Power, American Ideal, Art Colony, Idyllic and Moving Pictures, just to name a few. by Greg Gangle  

Second in every Gold Final since mid July, two-year-old harness racing pacing filly Kims Royal Day finally found her way to the winner's circle with a convincing four and three-quarter length victory at Georgian Downs on Saturday night.

Kims Royal Day has captured three Gold Elimination trophies and currently leads the two-year-old pacing filly division with 212 points, but so far a harness racing Gold Final victory has eluded her.

Front end control proved an effective strategy for freshman pacing fillies Its No Secret and Kims Royal Day as they cruised to victory in their respective Gold Eliminations at Flamboro Downs on Friday evening.

Trevor Henry has a pair of Lampman Cup trophies on the mantle of his Arthur home and the driver is in the hunt for a third Ontario Sires Stakes title with an outstanding week that he capped off by guiding a pair of three-year-old pacing colts to Grassroots harness racing victory at Georgian Downs Saturday (August 18).

Mcardle four year old mare Bullet Point was the fastest of the night Friday December 9th at Woodbine Raceway posting a 1:52 time flat for harness racing trainer Blake MacIntosh and driver Keith Oliver.

Canadian harness racing trainers Blake Macintosh and Casie Coleman have a mutual respect for each other. Actually there's a bit more than that going on - they are in love. They also don't mind bragging a bit when one of their stable runners has toppled the other.

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