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Clinton -- Ryan Holliday of Mount Forest, Ont. said he has extra incentive to win the 34th Annual Drivers Challenge Aug. 31 at Clinton Raceway that extends beyond trying to prove himself against a group of top drivers from Toronto. Holliday's cousin, Lindsay Foulon, has a two-year-old daughter with leukemia. While Hayden Foulon is being treated at Children's Hospital in London, her family has received support from Childcan (www.childcan.com), the charitable recipient of Clinton's Drivers Challenge for the fourth consecutive year. When Holliday, 26, was recovering from a broken elbow and wrist suffered in an accident in January at The Raceway at The Western Fair District in London, he spent a few days in the same hospital where Heyden was having some tests. "We were talking there one day and my cousin told me about how Childcan helps them. I said, 'Childcan? I'm pretty sure I drive for them in the charity event.' It makes you realize a little more about the good they do. I actually saw firsthand what the money does." The Drivers Challenge will pit Clinton's top three drivers -- Trevor Henry, Bruce Richardson and Holliday -- against Chris Christoforou, Jody Jamieson, Doug McNair, Sylvain Filion and James MacDonald from the Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) circuit. "That day there's a great crowd and there's a lot of good drivers there and it makes for a good day," McNair said. "It's definitely a fun event, but we race pretty tough out there, especially that day. No one does anybody any favours out there, that's for sure. Everybody wants to win and obviously it's for a good cause." All driver fees and proceeds from the day will be donated to Childcan. The charity has already received more than $40,000 from the Clinton Raceway event. The Drivers Challenge has raised more than $275,000 for various charities since its inception in 1981. Renee Simmons is in charge of Family Support for Childcan. She said the charity helps families with simple, daily expenses while they have a child being treated for cancer. "We offer every family a (hospital) parking pass and that is theirs until their child has completed treatment," Simmons said. "When they're in-patient, we set families up with two cafeteria vouchers per day. So, they have two $10 vouchers to spend on meals. "Then, we have an emergency financial assistance fund that our families can access, especially for our families that travel... Our mission is to make sure that the parents can focus on their child's care." Simmons, along with Hayden and Lindsay Foulon are expected to be at Clinton Raceway Aug. 31 for the Drivers Challenge. The program will also feature an Ontario Sires Stakes grassroots event for two-year-old pacing colts, as well as a charity barbeque, loom bracelet sale, 50/50 draw, bake sale, various auctions and a petting zoo, bouncy castle and face painting for the kids. The card starts at 1:30 p.m. "I'm looking forward to the pig roast, I'll be honest with you," Simmons said, laughing. "I always eat very well when I'm in Clinton." Holliday said Hayden's treatment is going well. "They're monitoring her counts all the time. As long as everything's good, she'll be out for the event," he said. As for the racing, Holliday said he's looking forward to testing his mettle against the big city boys, particularly at a track he calls home. "Clinton's a great place to race," he said. "They do a really good job there. They make sure there's a good show every week for everybody. The Drivers Challenge will be no different. They seem to go the extra mile there." Holliday said he might even have a little home track edge. "I know the horses there really well," he said. "I drive them week in and week out. So, maybe I have an advantage. Even to be recognized driving against those guys is pretty cool to me in general. I'm just glad I'm at that stage." by Jessica Carnochan, for Clinton Raceway  

Harness racing fillies dropping down from the Ontario Sires Stakes Gold division to the Grassroots level proved successful in several of today’s $18,000 divisions at Clinton Raceway. That moved proved the ticket for Gee Okeeffe in the opening division. She traded the top position with Dewy Take A Selfie through fractions of :31, 1:03, 1:32.2 and was home first with a two length cushion in 2:03. Superbowl Sunshine closed well to take second while Dewy Take A Selfie was third. Chris Beaver trains the winner, a daughter of Holiday Road he co-owns with breeder Wilbur Lang of Ohio. Gee Okeeffe was notching her second win in five tries this year, winning a Gold division on July 23 at Grand River Raceway. That same shift also proved beneficial for Desis Dream who made her first Grassroots appearance after three Gold starts. She went gate to wire for Steve Byron in :30, 1:02.3, 1:32.4 and held off Giona to win by a neck in 2:03.4. Dolce Far Niente was third. John Bax of Peterborough, Ontario, trains the winner, a daughter of Muscle Mass, with breeder Glengate Farm of Campbellville, Ontario. This was Desis Dream’s first lifetime win in five tries. In the third division the field was reduced to five starters with the scratches of Magical Lass and Magic Dancing. Summer Jewel and Mario Baillargeon set the early tempo of :30.4, 1:03 and 2:04.4. Judy The Beauty came up to challenge past the half and kept pressure on the leader the rest of the way but Summers Jewel hung tough to win in 2:04.4. Judy The Beauty had to settle for place while Moon Dance took third. Baillargeon’s brother Ben of Rockwood, Ontario, trains and co-owns the winner, a daughter of Angus Hall who was recording her second straight Grassroots victory and third overall. She came into today’s event sitting third in the Grassroots standings with 124 points behind Stay In Touch and Judy The Beauty who were tied for first with 137. Mario was back on top early in the next split with first time starter Flexyandiknowit who hit the opening quarter in :31.3. Just past that marker Mass Rail was taken out from third to challenge the leader and overtook her just past the half in 1:03. However, she quickly had a challenger in My Mini Snickers by the 1:33.3 third panel. Mass Rail fought back but was hauled down late by My Mini Snickers and James MacDonald who hit the wire first in 2:03. Mass Rail was second with Tymal Fireitup third. It was the second straight Grassroots victory for the Muscle Mass daughter owned by Ron Phillips of Illinois and trained by Ryan Maxwell. It was the same scene in the fifth division as Mario had Zorgwijk Philly on top early and hit the opening panel in :31. Dustin Jones sent Pinky The Intern up to challenge before the half but Zorgwijk Philly maintained the lead and was by the third panel in 1:32. Despite pressure on the outside and inside Zorgwijk Philly was at the wire first in 2:05 over Delcrest Flexyhall and Pinky The Intern. It was the first OSS start and first win for the Southwind Lustre daughter owned and trained by Wayne Langille of Harley, Ontario. Other winners amongst the Grassroots divisions this afternoon were Winem, a daughter of Kadabra trained by Mike Keeling for owner Paula Wellwood of Cambridge, Ontario and driven by Mike Saftic and Wing Flash, also by Kadabra, who went gate to wire for trainer Wayne Henry, who co-owns with Daylon Farms of Komoka, Ontario, to win in 2:04. This group will meet again in Grassroots action on September 9 at Mohawk. From the Ontario Sire Stakes

Clinton Raceway's 34th Annual Charity Driver's Challenge is only two weeks away! Keeping with tradition, Clinton Raceway will be hosting its 34th Annual Charity Driver's Challenge event on their final day of live races, Sunday August 31, 2014. For the third year Clinton will be incorporating their Horsin' Around for Childhood Cancer event into the charity challenge. All participating driver's will be generously donating their fee's to Childcan, an organization based out of London Ontario. Childcan assists local families through diagnosis, treatment and bereavement of childhood cancer. This is the fourth year working in conjunction with Clinton Raceway and raising over $20,000 during the past events. "We are looking both inside, and outside the industry for sponsors and donors of this great event" states co-coordinator Jessica Carnochan. "We have an aggressive fundraising goal of $15,000 this year, and have many opportunities for businesses and individuals to get involved". Race sponsors, driver sponsors, donations for both the silent auction and twoonie auction and volunteers are all needed for the event. This year children will enjoy face painting, bouncy castle, petting zoo, free popcorn, rainbow loom sale and more. OHHA and their Wanna Drive program will be on site, giving fans the opportunity to drive a race horse for a lap of the track between the live races. Ontario Sires Stakes will be in town as well, with two year old colt pacers on track. Please contact Jessica Carnochan at Clinton Raceway (jessicacarnochan@gmail.com or 519.955.6820) or the Clinton Raceway Race Office (519.482.5270) for more information, to become a sponsor, donor or volunteer. by Jessica Carnochan, for Clinton Raceway  

Will and Claire Flemings, 7650km cross country fundraising bike for Jumpstart will wrap up this Sunday at Clinton Raceway. The brother and sister team from Londesboro ON, finished the two month trek in May, and will be on hand to say a few words of thanks to all those who generously donated to the over $40,000 total.   The two set out with a goal of raising $1 for each kilometre biked on the 7650km journey, little did they expect to be exceeding that by over $30,000.   Clinton Raceway is proud to host these two remarkable individuals as part of their family day activities this Sunday August 10. Fans can meet Will and Claire for a photo with their bikes and pass on their congratulations, A representative from Jumpstart will be on site to say thank you as well. Canadian Tire Goderich has generously donated both a girls and boys bike which will be raffled off during the days events. Tickets are just $1 each and all proceeds will be added to the fundraising total for Bike 7650.   Also included during the day will be a full card of live harness races, free hot dogs, face painting, bouncy castle a mascot race and more. Details can be found at www.clintonraceway.com   Post time is 1:30pm   Jessica Carnochan

Driver Doug McNair captured two of the four $18,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots divisions for three-year-old filly pacers Sunday afternoon at Clinton Raceway. One of his victories was for his father Gregg, the other for trainer Tony O’Sullivan. McNair started off the afternoon winning the first division. He sent Born To Dream directly to the top from post seven and she was never headed through fractions of :29.2, :59.4 and 1:28.2, where she fought off a challenge from Milliondollar Babe to win by three lengths in 1:56.4. Always Sunday took second while Milliondollar Babe held for third. The win was the second this year, both at Clinton, for Born To Dream, a daughter of Camluck trained by O’Sullivan for owner/breeders Lomangino Standardbreds of New Jersey. She is the first foal of $665,000 winner Happy Dreamer. McNair’s other OSS score was in the final division where he and Can Art cut the tempo of :27.4, :57.2 and 1:26.3 and managed to hold off a determined Murrayfield to win by a head in 1:56. Goldies Mach was third. Gregg McNair trains the winner, a daughter of Artistic Fella owned by breeder Rob Chapple of Chatham, Ont. This was Can Art’s third win in 10 attempts this year. Another father/son, trainer/driver combo was successful on the afternoon as Tyler Moore guided his dad’s Shadows Wonder to a come-from-behind victory in 1:55.3, the fastest of the four splits. She wore down pacesetter Shes A Hotmama, who held for second, while Medoland Lindeylou was third. Dr. Ian Moore trains the winner he co-owns with R G McGroup Ltd. of New Brunswick and Serge Savard of Quebec, who also co-owned the filly’s sire Shadow Play. Shadows Wonder, who was victorious in her last start at Clinton in the Kin Pace on July 6, was recording her fourth win in 12 trips behind the gate this year. Divisional track record holder Her Own Land also deployed gate-to-wire tactics for James MacDonald. The Blissfull Hall lass breezed through splits of :29.1, :59.2 and 1:27.4 to win in 1:56.3 over Momara and Miss Brandi K. The win was the third in 10 tries for Her Own Land, who is trained by Dave Menary for Hutt Racing Stable of Pennsylvania. The next Grassroots test for this group comes on August 17 at Georgian Downs. From the Ontario Sire Stakes

Canada's leading driver Trevor Henry doubled his weekend win count on Sunday at Clinton Raceway with another five-win performance in the sulky. After winning five races at Hanover Raceway and dominating the Dream Of Glory Trot eliminations, Henry was back at it racking up win after win during Sunday's 10-race card in Clinton. The Arthur, Ont. reinsman started the day with a 10-3/4 length victory in the opener aboard Ninette B for trainer Denis Kerr. He then won the third race by 11 lengths with Jason Libby trainee Ruthies Pride and the fifth as Randy Henry's Girlwithagrin prevailed by a head. Henry later won the final two races on the card with Keystone Samurai prevailing in a four-across finish for trainer Ryan Steward and trotter Strike A Light winning by one and a quarter for conditioner Stephen Brossence. Henry has dominated the Clinton standings this season and boasts 30 local wins, more than triple his closest competitor. He leads all drivers in Canada with a total of 292 wins this year. Compiled with Standardbred Canada files

Saturday's Hanover Raceway card includes Ontario's second-ever monte/RUS race with pari-mutuel wagering. Seven women from Canada and Norway will compete in race three on the card. Among the competing trotters will be Radical Dreamer, a monte recent winner at Clinton Raceway in 2:04.4h. The five-year-old son of Majestic Son-Paidindreams-Royal Strenght is owned by Ron O'Neill of Cambridge and Doug Millard of Woodstock and will be ridden by Marit Valstad. He is a career winner of US$89,791 (sulky and monte) with 12 career victories and a record of 3, 1:58.4f. Race 3 - Hanover Raceway July 26, 2014 Trot, purse C$2,200 (EX, TR) RACING UNDER SADDLE (CANADIAN/NORWEGIAN CHALLENGE) Post time: 07:51 P.M. Horses Entered: 7 (Horse, Rider, Trainer, ML Odds) 1 Callie Magoo, G Berg, J Braid, 7/1 2 Radical Dreamer, M Valstad, R O'Neill, 9/5 3 King Trut, S Town, P Shepherd, 9/2 4 Charlie Tuna, B Kennedy, J Yake, 10/1 5 Tragically Shipp, A Aursand, L Watson, 3/1 6 Dayplanner, V Amundsen, J Walker, 2/1 7 Hetties Honey, A Humphris, M Macri, 7/2 Hanover Raceway will also play host to 'Wanna Drive?' on Saturday evening. Fans will get a chance to drive a racehorse around the Hanover oval between races thanks to the Hands On Horses Program. byThomas H. Hicks, for Monte America      

After crossing Canada in April and May of 2014, Bike 7650 will end its fundraising goal as a part of Clinton Raceway's Family day event, Sunday August 10 from 1:30-4:00pm. The brother and sister duo from Londesboro ON, set out from Vancouver, B.C. on Sunday April 13, 2014 and made the 45 day trek across Canada, covering 7650kms in a variety of weather all in the name of Canadian Tire's Jumpstart Program. The goal was to raise one dollar for every kilometer biked, never did they imagine they would end up raising in excess of $38,000, giving kids in this area a sporting chance. The event coincides with Clinton Raceway's Family and Fan Appreciation day. There will be plenty of activities during the live race card. Will and Claire will be on site for a meet and greet and to say "Thank You" to all of those who have contributed to their success. A Jumpstart representative will say a few words of thanks, and local Canadian Tire owners will be on hand to show their appreciation as well. Piller's will be giving out free hot dogs, along with face painting, a bouncy castle, mascot race and more. Part of the day will include a Loonie Raffle for both a girls and boys bike. Tickets are just $1 each and all monies raised will be added to Bike 7650's fundraising efforts. Post time for the days live race card is 1:30pm with events wrapping up at 4:00pm. by Jessica Carnochan, for Clinton Raceway  

Not even Mother Nature's fury could keep fans from attending Georgian Downs' Family Day experience last weekend. Despite dark clouds and a few raindrops fans lined up to enjoy miniature pony racing, bouncy castles, mini golf and rides around the track with a standardbred racehorse. In fact, the sign-up list to hop in the double-seated jog cart for a tour of the oval was filled in less than a half hour. People came from all over to take part in the fun, including one family that came straight from a Blue Jays game earlier that day. "We were rushing checking the time hoping that we wouldn't miss our chance to ride behind a racehorse," said Stacey Marchand. When asked if it was worth the rush she said, "Yes! It was great, but it goes by a lot quicker than you think - probably because you don't want the ride to end." Al Whiteside, a newcomer to the track, learned of the event via a radio promotion. "I won my chance to ride with a horse on the radio and my friend's wife tried to trade me my ride for concert tickets because she loves horses that much," said Whiteside. Over forty racing fans - young and old - enjoyed the adrenaline rush of sitting behind a racehorse for the first time, and for each of them it was an experience they won't soon forget. For your chance to drive a racehorse here are events coming up at a track near you: Saturday, July 26 - Hanover Raceway (Hanover) Saturday, August 2 - Hiawatha Horse Park (Sarnia) Friday, August 8 - Grand River Raceway (Elora) Sunday, August 10 - Dresden Raceway (Dresden) Friday, August 29 - Grand River Raceway (Elora) Saturday, August 31 - Clinton Raceway (Clinton) For photos from Georgian Downs' Family Day event, visitwww.handsonhorsesprogram.ca by Stacey Reinsma, for Hands On Horses Program      

Harness racing father and son trainer and driver teams combined to win the final two $18,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots divisions for two-year-old pacing fillies this afternoon at Clinton Raceway. Both duos won their respective events with a daughter of Mach Three, the fastest of which was Wicked Speed. With Scott Young in the sulky for trainer, co-owner and dad Bob Young, the diminutive lass went gate to wire in :30, 1:00, 1:30.2 and stopped the clock in 1:59 over Brilliant Idea and Hurricane Trina. It was the second straight win in as many lifetime starts for Wicked Speed who made her debut in an overnight at Clinton last Sunday where she won by five lengths to earn $2,000. That effort combined with today’s winnings find the filly paid for as she cost $10,000 at last year’s Lexington Select Sale for Bob Young of Guelph, Ontario and partner Marsha Sugarman of Status Stables, Ma. Young noted that the filly’s price was likely as a result of her stature. “She’s grown quite a bit since we got her and I think she’ll grow more by the time she’s three. She has a big, powerful rear end on her. She wears a fairly long hopple, 57 1/2 inches and no boots. “She’s done everything right from day one. She’s got tons of brains and likes her work,” he praised. Doug McNair was at the lines for dad Gregg in the fourth division with Mach Denali who managed to win by more than two lengths despite suffering interference just past the three-quarters when the lead filly made a break. Mach Denali was home in 2:01 over Jinglewriter and Ok Heartbeat. Gregg McNair, also of Guelph, shares ownership of the filly with Tony Lawrence and William Brown of Hanover and Paul Kidd from Guelph. This was the first lifetime win for the filly in three tries. Doug McNair also piloted the fastest winner on this afternoon’s card, Kastie Snoops who tripped the timer in 1:58.4. Tony O’Sullivan trains the Sportswriter filly, a half-sister to $573,000 winner Dalhousie Dave, for owner/breeder John Fielding of Toronto. The other two divisions were captured by Stonebridge Quest (Camluck) and Trevor Henry in 2:00.4 and Chase The Shadows (Shadow Play) with Ryan Holliday up in 1:59. The next Grassroots test for this group will be at Mohawk on August 11. To view the complete results from today’s card, please click Clinton Results - July 20. Ontario Sire Stakes

Five RUS ladies and their trotters descended on the Huron County oval Sunday afternoon to partake in the very first Racing Under Saddle Wagering Event in North American RUS history. It was a gate to wire victory for rider Sarah E Town and five year old mare Radical Dreamer, clocking a time of 2:04.4 but only after a photo to determine the winner. Dayplanner, trained by Julie Walker, and ridden by Marit Valstad was a close second, with Twin B Excalibur and rider Evelyn Harms rounding out the triactor. "What a huge privilege it was to win this race" states Town, "I want to make a mention that second place finisher Marit Valstad won with this horse last week at Mohawk and had another great race this week". Town is looking forward to the rest of the season riding with RUS. The next scheduled Racing Under Saddle event is set for Georgian Downs on July 19. Ex Blue Jay Kelly Gruber was also on hand to greet racing and baseball fans of all ages as part of a fundraiser for the Clinton Minor Baseball Association. Two tickets were auctioned off to the highest bidder (Shannon Henry) to any destination that Air Canada flies. LH Hollys Cam in the fifth took home the lions share of the purse for owner Lois Anderson of Clinton, trainer Robert Anderson and driven to the wire by Ryan Holliday. Ontario Sires Stakes action makes its first appearance at Clinton Raceway for the 2014 season on Sunday July 20, with two year old filly pacers, and celebrates it's 40th Anniversary. Fill'er Up at Clinton Raceway with free coolie cups, anniversary cake, the chance to win $50 gas cards after each OSS race on the day's card, as well as OSS T-shirts and hats all afternoon on the Super Sunday Show! Post time 1:30pm by Jessica Carnochan, for Clinton Raceway  

On Saturday July 12, at new Meadowlands, Orange Bigi (6f SJ's Caviar-Emerald City-Donerail) qualified in 2:01 for Sofia Fredlund and trainer Joe Hanney. The same day, at Saratoga Harness, a monte/RUS exhibition was staged that drew an eight horse field. The top two finishers were a nose apart in the 2:04.4h contest with Jessie Say More (4g Jailhouse Jessie-Need We Say More-Super Ben Joe) securing the victory for Michelle Crawford and trainer Frank Davis. Tymal Oh So Nice with Heather Reese aboard was second with Admirable Hanover and Jennifer Conner third, ten lengths back. Action continues Sunday July 13th at Ocean Downs with a three horse field battling for a $6,000 purse. The field consists of CJ's Crown (Caroline Green), Flowing James (Tara Hynes) and Truth In Action (Karen Isbell). In Ontario, at Clinton Raceway, their monte event is the first on the regular card with pari-mutuel wagering. Five trotters will contest this event for a purse of $2,200 and it's race #2 on the afternoon program. The field includes Charlie Tuna (B. Kennedy), Twin B Excalibur (E. Harms), Dayplanner (M. Valstad), Radical Dreamer (S. Town) and Shipps Xceptional (J. Fenwick). On Monday July 14 the NY RUS Series continues at Waterloo. Race #5 is a three-horse monte event for a purse of $530 with the field consisting of Kash Now (Michelle Miller), Striking Mystery (Jennifer Lowrey) and John-michael (tba). Rapid Strategy (9g King Conch-Rapid Sahbra-Master Willie) with owner/trainer Lindsey Blackler aboard in this 2:08k score July 5 at Goshen Historic Track on Hall of Fame day. Admirable Hanover and Jennifer Conner finished second. www.monteamerica.com by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

The three-year-old pacing filly Her Own Land and driver James MacDonald kicked off the Kin Pace elimination round on Sunday afternoon with a 1:55 track record performance at Clinton Raceway. MacDonald also drove Skippin By to victory lane in another $8,000 elimination while driver Doug McNair doubled up with a pair of homebred fillies Can Art and Born To Dream. With the inside post advantage in the afternoon's opener, favourite Her Own Land set up shop on the front end and carved out panels of :27.4, :57.4 and 1:26.2 before holding off the late-rallying Shadows Wonder (Trevor Henry) for the half-length victory. Haute Couture (Alfie Carroll) finished seven and a half lengths behind in third. Fresh off a career-best 1:54 victory in her last start in the Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots at Mohawk Racetrack on June 19, Her Own Land now has two wins in six starts this year. She is trained by David Menary and owned by Hutt Racing Stable of Paoli, Pennsylvania. Her Own Land was just a $2,000 Canadian Yearling Sale purchase, who now boasts $27,660 in purses and is the favourite heading into next weekend's $65,800 stake final. To view the rest of the story click here.

Clinton Raceway presented its fans with a 10-race program on Sunday afternoon, and driver Trevor Henry dominated the card thanks to five trips to victory lane. Henry, a resident of Arthur, Ontario, clicked with Eyes Of A Fool (2:01.2) in Race 2 to get the ball rolling, and he returned to take the checkered flag in Race 4 with P L Dangerous (1:56.4). Henry He came right back to take Race 6 with Twin B Gangster (2:02.4), and followed it up with a triumph in Race 8 with Pacific Oak (1:55). Henry did his final happy dance in Race 9 with Ricky Bobby (1:59). To view the rest of this story click here.

Hot, Hot, Hot that was the word of the day at Clinton Raceway this Sunday. Plenty of live racing action on track, and winning off track for the large crowd on hand as the fourth week of Clinton Raceway's 2014 live season got under way. Father's and their children of all ages, from all over South-western Ontario made their way to Clinton on another beautiful sunny day. The Super Sunday Show had give-aways between each race to keep them entertained, and the horses didn't disappoint with great on track action. Race two was a battle at the wire between the five, Decroft Havaball, and six Talkin Foolish. It was Decroft Havaball that managed the win for Clinton Trainer Randy Marriage for owner Clarence Dekens of Clinton, and driven to victory by Trevor Henry Ninette B, for Jane Kerr of Goderich (trained by Denis Kerr) and Kittykittybangbang, for Lema Chapple of Wingham rounded out the triactor in the fourth race on the days card, while fourth post Torches Angel trained by Peter Hamilton and owned by Catherine McClure of Clinton managed a second place finish is the second last race of the day. The final race on the card, was a battle in the stretch as Live For Today, owned by Catherine & Darcy McClure of Clinton, and trained by Darcy edged out a second place Albergetty. An on track attendance of over 550 and handle just shy of $24,000 was recorded. The fun and racing continues at Clinton Raceway Sunday June 22 with the ever popular miniature exhibition horse race on track, with a meet and greet with the horses. Live race post time 1:30pm. All the details can be found at www.clintonraceway.com by Jessica Carnochan, for Hanover Raceway  

There will be live harness racing as scheduled this Sunday June 1 at 1:30pm at Clinton Raceway.   The 160th Annual Clinton Spring Fair comes to town June 5-8, resulting in no live racing on Sunday June 8.   Live racing will return Sunday June 15 at 1:30pm.   visit www.clintonraceway.com for complete season details.   by Jessica Carnochan, for Clinton Raceway  

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