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CAMPBELLVILLE, July 30 – Wheeling N Dealin, who went undefeated last season in nine starts, will start in the $1.2 million Hambletonian on Saturday at The Meadowlands in New Jersey. Trained by Dustin Jones and owned by Ecurie Synergie, Wheeling N Dealin remains winless from three starts this season. The son of Cantab Hall will begin from post four for regular pilot Sylvain Filion. Three eliminations will take place with the top three finishers plus one fourth place finisher will return later that afternoon to compete for the rich final. On Tuesday, before the draw took place, WEG’s Communications department spoke with trainer Dustin Jones. To watch the video, please click on the link below:  http://bcove.me/445vfed2 by Greg Gangle  

CAMPBELLVILLE, ON - Last year's Ontario Sires Stakes driving champion Sylvain Filion piloted a pair of two-year-old trotting colts to Grassroots victory at Mohawk Racetrack on Monday, July 15. The Milton resident made his first appearance in the winner's circle following the third Grassroots division, guiding Northern Idol to a surprising one and one-half length victory. The lightly regarded son of Kadabra and $248,972 winner Independent Woman took control heading by the halfway marker and never looked back, cruising home to a 2:00.3 victory. Filion engineered the victory for trainer Rob Fellows of Rockwood and his partners Synerco Ventures Inc. of Toronto and Blair Corbeil of Beaumont, AB. The win was the Kadabra gelding's first in two starts. In the June 29 Grassroots season opener at Kawartha Downs, Northern Idol made a break and finished seventh. Filion's second victory came in the final $18,000 division with favourite Whichamacallit, who reeled in the leaders through the stretch to chart a one and one-quarter length victory in 2:00.2. Filion piloted the Deweycheatumnhowe son to victory in his first lifetime start for trainer Dustin Jones of Campbellville and owner Ecurie Synergie of Montreal, QC, who offered up $75,000 for the young trotter at last fall's Harrisburg Yearling Sale. The wins will maintain Filion's current position atop the 2013 driver's standings, but the reinsman is under heavy pressure from Moffat resident Jody Jamieson, who piloted Maximuscle to the fastest mile of the five Grassroots divisions Monday. The Angus Hall son stopped the teletimer at 1:58.1, five and one-half lengths ahead of his peers. Eric Valiquette trains Maximuscle for owner-breeder Ecurie Provoquante of Mirabel, QC. The other Grassroots division winners were R Choochoo Charlie (2:00.4) and Pasadena Star (1:59.3). The two-year-old trotting colts make their third Grassroots start at Georgian Downs on July 30. Next on Mohawk Racetrack's Ontario Sires Stakes calendar are the Mid-Summer Challenges for the two-year-old pacing colts and fillies on Friday, July 19.  Click here for complete results  by Sandra Snyder  

Last year's O'Brien Award winner, Wheeling N Dealin is set to begin his sophomore campaign this Saturday at Mohawk. The son of Cantab Hall went undefeated as a rookie from nine starts last season along with $683,544 in earnings.

Harness racing trainer Dustin Jones hopes third time's the charm as he prepares the 2013 Hambletonian Winterbook favorite and the undefeated Wheeling N Dealin for the $1.2 million classic, which is scheduled for Saturday, August 3 at the Meadowlands Racetrack.

The $1.2 million Hambletonian and filly companion stakes, the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks, will be raced on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 3, at the Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, New Jersey. The 88th edition of the classic event will revert to the format of heat racing as conducted from 1991-1996, with eliminations and the harness racing final on the same day.

With two track and Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing records, a repeat Super Final champion, a dead heat and a photo finish, Super Final night 2012 was one for the history books.

Dustin Jones came up empty in his first several attempts at buying a yearling at the Standardbred Horse Sale, but the third time was a charm.

Wheeling N Dealin remained undefeated in nine lifetime starts after capturing the $600,000 Breeders Crown Two-Year-Old Colt Trot on Saturday night (October 27) at Woodbine. The Dustin Jones pupil and Canadian harness racing driver Sylvain Filion got away mid-pack behind Royalty For Life (Tim Tetrick), who clocked the opening panel in :28.

The Dustin Jones-trained Wheeling N Dealin went eight-for-eight with another harness racing victory in the two-year-old colt trot Breeders Crown at Woodbine Racetrack yesterday (Friday october 19). The mile went in 1:55.1.

Since his first tangle with Knows Nothing in the July 21 Canadian Breeders Championship Prestidigitator has not been able to achieve favoured status in the harness racing public's eye, and Monday's $130,000 Gold Final at Woodbine Racetrack was no different.

The talented Primrose Lane trotting stallion - Kadabra - proved to be a trotting powerhouse in the eighth of 12 races - the featire $130,000 Gold Final - at the Woodbine harness racing meeting tonight (Monday October 8) in Ontario, Canada.

Wheeling N Dealin remained undefeated in seven starts this season as he captured the $462,000 William Wellwood Memorial Trot on Saturday (Sept. 15) at Mohawk.

Harness racing trainer Dustin Jones and longtime owner Serge Godin could be in for a big night Saturday when a pair of talented trotting colts step onto the track at Mohawk.

Wheeling N Dealin, driven by Sylvain Filion, remains undefeated in six career starts as he took the fastest of two $30,000 William Wellwood Memorial harness racing eliminations on Friday evening (September 7) at Mohawk.

Wheeling N Dealin remains undefeated after lowering the stakes record in his harness racing Champlain Stakes division on Friday night at Mohawk. The Dustin Jones-trained Wheeling N Dealin captured the first $140,914 split in 1:55-flat, which is also one-fifths of a second shy of the track record for two-year-old trotting colts.

Harness racing three-year-old trotting colt rivals Prestidigitator and Knows Nothing lined up beside each other at the start of Saturday night's $130,000 Gold Final and less than two minutes later they thundered across the Mohawk Racetrack finish line in the same formation.

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