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Cold Certified won for the 2nd time in two starts in 2013, both on the 5/8th mile oval in Nichols, Ny. Both times Corey Braden put the 4 year old son of Kadabra-I Like Stephanie on the front and both times he never looked back. Tonight, over a tracked listed sloppy after hours of steady rain, Cold Certified wrangled the front in a quick 27.4. After backing down to the half in 57.4, Braden used another burst of speed to lengthen his lead to five thru ¾ in 1:26.1 and cruised home to a length and three quarter victory over a hard charging Windsong Hercules, who shook loose late to close for 2nd, Fool's Revenue was 3rd. Corey Braden posted a driving triple while Bruce Clarke and Victor Kirby each secured driving doubles; Tyler Raymer had a training double. Also taking place during the races was the Annual Miss Tioga contest. A record 19 contestants entered to battle it out for the crown. When the dust settled, Mary Katherine Julp from nearby Vestal, Ny was the winner. She currently attends UMBC studying Biology and Pre-dental. Tioga Downs continues live racing action on Sunday, July 28th with New York Sire Stakes for 3 year old colt pacers, post time will be 1:30pm, for more information on Tioga Downs please visit us online at www.tiogadowns.com. Jason Bluhm  

Brookroad Knight and Corey Braden captured Saturday night's $16,000 open handicap trot at Tioga Downs. Leave from post position number two in a field scratched down to eight, Braden got away fifth as Aruba Vacation (Fern Paquet Jr.) led the field to the quarter in 27.3.

Closing Credits and harness racing driver Corey Braden captured the second leg of the Nichols True Value Pace on Sunday afternoon at Tioga Downs.

The driver's championship race at the Colonial Downs fall harness racing season heated up Thursday afternoon (October 4) as Chris Page and Corey Braden, two names synonymous with titles here, made big moves in the standings.

Jane Dunavant's Taste Of Paradise and Manley Brown's Justgottogetthere scored respective final leg harness racing wins in a pair late closer trotting series Thursday afternoon (September 20) at Colonial Downs.

Harness racing driver Corey Braden made his presence felt Sunday afternoon in his first appearance at the 2012 Colonial Downs fall meet. The 42 year old brought home three winners including a perfectly timed drive aboard Manley Brown's Salazaar in the $5,000 feature.

Kendall Blue and Goshen-based harness racing driver Jason Bartlett captured the $39,200 William Auto late closer final on Sunday afternoon (July 1) at Tioga Downs in track record time for 4-year old trotting mares in 1:53.2.

Don't Know Chip and harness racing driver Corey Braden captured Tioga Downs' $16,500 open trot on Saturday night. The duo got away fourth as Aruba Vacation (Fern Paquet Jr.) hustled the field to the quarter in 27.3.

Kiddie McCardle and harness racing driver Corey Braden took home Friday night's $16,500 featured fillies and mares open handicap pace at Tioga Downs.

Horsemen from the little town at the southeast corner of Maryland are making their presence felt across the state at Rosecroft Raceway. Two of the tight knit group of harness racing trainers based at the Pocomoke City Fairgrounds have found the winner's circle in recent weeks, with William Brittingham, Jr.'s Golly Me coming home victorious twice and Cliff White's Cedar Hall Boy achieving a new lifetime mark of 1:55.

Drivin' Miss Rudee made a successful return to Virginia Saturday afternoon when she captured the first leg of the 'Mad Dash For Cash' harness racing Pacing Series at Colonial Downs.

Harness racing trainer Stacey McLenaghan's entry of Little Pop Queen and Whiting Hanover finished first and second respectively in the New Kent Pacing Series' first leg Thursday afternoon at Colonial Downs.

Fox Valley Sly, who finished out of the money in all three early legs of the VHHA Pacing Series, pulled a stunning harnes racing upset in Wednesday's (October 19) $9,000 final leg at Colonial Downs over a sloppy track.

Harness racing driver-trainer Stacy McLenaghan, a 26 year old native of New Kent, swept both ends of a late "sprint-like" daily double Wednesday afternoon (September 21) at Colonial Downs. The final two races, along with a trio earlier, were contested at the three-quarter mile distance.

Colonial Downs will kick off its fourteenth season of pari-mutuel harness racing this Saturday, September 17th with a twelve race card that includes first leg divisions in a pair of late closer stake series.

Hello Great Mate and Lewayne Miller posted a mild upset victory in Friday night's feature condition event. Leaving from post position number four, Miller settled in early and made a quarter pole move in 27.3. Hello Great Mate then led the field through fractions of 57.2 and 1:25.1 before Miller stepped on the gas to cruise to victory in a new seasonal mark of 1:53.2.

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