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Sheer Brilliance headed back to his roots after nearly two months on the road since his last start at Tioga Downs. In Sunday afternoon's $18,000 Open Handicap pace, harness racing driver Corey Braden wasted no time getting Sheer Brilliance to the front from post position number six through an opening panel of 26.1.

Aruba Vacation has been stabled at Tioga Downs since he began for harness racing trainer Guy Howard in his two year old season and has been a force to reckon with on his home turf. On Friday night, the 4-year old son of Dream Vacation - Dixie Hit notched his first win of the 2011 season at Tioga Downs in the $18,000 Open handicap trot.

Penny Pincher was a force to be reckoned with in the fillies and mares open pace early on in the 2011 season before a few breaks led to a one month hiatus from harness racing. In her third start back from the break Penny Pincher posted her second consecutive win at Tioga Downs on Friday night.

Oh No Three O scored his second straight victory at Tioga Downs in the harness racing featured condition trot with Corey Braden. Leaving from post position number two, Oh No Three O and Braden sat in the stalking position through an opening quarter in 27.2.

The extremely warm weather helped produce fast race times for the harness racing 3-year old sophomore pacing fillies in the $74,000 New York Sire Stakes late closers on July 12th at Monticello Raceway action with a 1:56:3 clocking by Tiamo the fastest of the six $12,300 divisions.

Harness racing driver Phil Fluet and That's Justice took home the featured $16,500 Open Handicap pace on Monday evening (july 11), for the second straight week. Leaving from post position number five, Fluet settled That's Justice in fourth along the pylons as Lahaye (Brandon Simpson) stepped out to an early lead with favorite Winbak Dimensions (Jimmy Marohn Jr.) settling in second through an opening panel of 27.

Rocklamation and harness racing driver Corey Braden took home the $76,200 Ladyship Stakes on Saturday night at Tioga Downs in 1:52.2. Leaving from post position number seven, Braden hustled Rocklamation off the gate and to the lead through the first quarter in 26.4.

It was finally Leanback Coco's night on Friday night in the featured $16,500 harness racing fillies and mares open handicap pace. In the last five starts at Tioga Downs in the Open Leanback Coco had been twice on two occasions and third on three.

Jon Win captured his third win of the year on the special Monday afternoon (June 13) harness racing program at Tioga Downs. Leaving from post position five in a mid-condition level for trotters, Corey Braden sent Jon Win right to the front end through fractions of 27.2 and 58 before opening up on the field down the backside through a third quarter in 28.4 to reach three quarters in 1:26.4.

Tye Loy shipped into town with newcomer Sand Windsor on Friday night and took home the featured $16,500 Fillies and Mares open handicap pace. Leaving from the rail Sand Windsor worked out a perfect second over cover trip and tipped three wide as the field passed three quarters in 1:24.4.

Tidewater Teddy shook off an interference incident at the three-quarter pole then passed five front steppers in the stretch to capture the $38,500 Harness Racing Virginia Breeder's 3 year old colt and gelding pace Saturday afternoon at Colonial Downs. The race was one of eight divisional championships that were contested on the day.

Rick's Crossroads and Nine Innings scored respective second leg harness racing division wins in lifetime best times on Wednesday afternoon (October 27) in the "Juniors" Pacing Series at Colonial Downs.

On an evening when Colonial Downs carded six three-quarter mile races as part of its harness racing 'Speed Weekend', Game Day scored the fastest time of the six, crossing the wire in 1:22 4/5.

Corey Braden, the leading harness racing driver at Colonial Downs' current fall harness meet, won five consecutive races on a drizzly Sunday afternoon at the New Kent track.

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