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A brilliant drive from the outside of the front row from David Miller ensured Shadow Play's 20th career win in today's (Saturday) $328,750 United States Pacing Championship at the Meadowlands Racetrack. Last year's Adios winner paced the mile in 1:47.4 just outside Bettor Sweet's world record time of 1:47.2. It was his third win from six starts this year.

Dr. Ian Moore of Prince Edward Island certainly has a knack for picking out the young horses and doing an outstanding job from day-one with his yearlings. Last year, he bought a colt named Malicious, a son of Bettors Delight out of the mare Silky for $ 45,000 U.S.

The New Zealand and Australian breeding industry will receive a huge shot in the arm when one of North America's best standardbreds will provide a shuttle service "Down Under" in 2010.

Shadow Play scored a decisive victory in his elimination for the $500,000 Breeders Crown Three-Year-Old Colt Pace on Friday night at the Meadowlands. The colt looms the biggest threat to powerhouse pacer Somebeachsomewhere in the Breeders Crown Final next Saturday, November 29.

Dr. Ian Moore, Serge Sevard, and R. G. McGroup Ltd. (Gail and Ron McLellan) are pleased to announce that they have partnered with Blue Chip Farms on World Champion, Shadow Play. All parties look forward to campaigning the million dollar winner in 2009 with the intention to retire Shadow Play to stud duty in 2010 at Blue Chip's Wallkill, NY facility.

Dr. Ian Moore, R G McGroup & Serge Savard's Shadow Play completed a sweep of the two major three-year-old pacing stakes on the Chicago circuit by taking the $300,000 American National Stake on Saturday night at Balmoral Park. The final time of 1:49.3 was just a tick off the stakes record.

Finishing first in the Second City has Shadow Play ready to pay to play in Fun City. A day after Shadow Play's stirring win in Maywood Park's $275,000 Windy City Pace, the colt's co-owner and trainer, Dr. Ian Moore, confirmed that he's coming to New York.

In one of the most gutsy winning performances in the 26 year history of Maywood Park's Windy City Pace, Shadow Play overcame a rugged trip and overtook Badlands Nitro in the late going to nail down a head victory a in stakes record time of 1:50.4.

Well sports fans the page has turned on another season at Hanover Raceway. Under some what varying weather conditions and with a strong sense of fall thick in the air their rain night make up card was greeted with as much enthusiasm from the horseman and drives as always.

Little Brown Jug winner Shadow Play could travel to Lexington's Red Mile for the October 4 Tattersalls Pace after getting some time off to recover from a foot abscess. The injury surfaced during Shadow Play's two-heat victory in the September 18 Jug; the first in 1:50 and the second in 1:50.1, setting the world record for combined time.

Theguardian.pe.ca is reporting that Shadow Play, last weeks World Record holder and Litle Brown Jug winner is to be supplemented to the Tattersall Pace in Lexington, which carries a $700,000 purse. Another clash with Somebeachsomewhere is on the cards!

Shadow Play and David Miller won the 63rd edition of the Little Brown Jug in straight heats with a gutsy performance before 50,796 at the Delaware County Fair. A textbook drive by Miller and a skilled blacksmith gave Shadow Play the tools necessary to win the $551,225 pacing classic.

All of Charlottetown, PEI will be partying tonight, thanks to a convincing two heat victory this afternoon by Dr. Ian Moore's black colt, Shadow Play, in harness racing's most prestigious race for pacers. Driver David Miller turned in two flawless drives to capture the 63rd edition of the Little Brown Jug, at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in world record time.

A half-hour before the $264,589 second heat final of the 63rd Little Brown Jug, it was questionable if Shadow Play could even race, much less win. But win he did as the black colt posted a wire-to-wire, 1:50.1 score on Thursday at the Delaware, Ohio Fair.

Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs will be presenting its 2008 Horse Of The Year awards on the final two racing days of the season Friday and Saturday afternoons. Pacer Of The Year Award in 2008 goes to Shadow Play, trained by Dr. Ian Moore and Mark Ford.

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