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The top 2- and 3-year-old Ontario-sired colts and fillies converged onto Woodbine Racetrack Saturday night (Nov. 12) to contest eight $300,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Super harness racing Finals. Results of the big races were:

A pair of gifted two-year-old harness racing colts purchased last fall for the relatively modest sum of $20,000 will kick off the $2.4 million Super Final Championships at Woodbine Racetrack this Saturday (November 12).

More than $2.4 million in harnes racing stakes will be up for grabs this Saturday (November 12) at Woodbine Racetrack as eight $300,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Super Finals go to post, featuring the province's top pacers and trotters.

Looking like he was out for a Sunday afternoon stroll, two-year-old pacing colt Warrawee Needy cruised into the Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing record books with an outstanding 1:49.4 performance at Woodbine Racetrack on Monday evening (October 10).

In gate-to-wire fashion, Warrawee Needy established a new stakes record in the $170,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Gold Final for harness racing two-year-old pacing colts and geldings Monday evening at Woodbine Racetrack.

When Warrawee Needy rolls in behind the starting gate at Grand River Raceway on Monday evening (September 26), the two-year-old pacing colt will be facing a little more pressure than the rest of the harness racing field.

Push has come to shove for Ontario's two-year-old pacing fillies as they wrap up their Grassroots regular harness racing season at Flamboro Downs on Wednesday afternoon.

As part of its outstanding Confederation Cup program this Sunday, Flamboro Downs will host $130,000 Gold Finals for the three-year-old trotting colts and two-year-old pacing colts. Slated for Race 6 on the 1 pm matinee, the trotting colt Gold Final will warm up the crowd for the Confederation Cup Eliminations to follow, and driver Jody Jamieson is expecting an impressive performance from the diagonally gaited set.

Warrawee Needy extended his Gold Series unbeaten streak to five with an Ontario Sires Stakes record performance at Flamboro Downs on Sunday evening (August 7). Starting from Post 2 in the first of three $40,000 Gold Eliminations for the freshman pacing colts, 2011 World Champion harness racing driver Jody Jamieson settled Warrawee Needy in third through the early going, tucked in behind pacesetter Shore Light and Fenian Hanover.

The Nyah harness racing club held an interesting eight event card on Thursday July 28, with the honours for the night going to Echuca trainer Faye McEwan and Bendigo based reinsman Leigh Sutton who combined to land a stable treble.

Undefeated harness racing freshman Warrawee Needy cruised to his sixth career victory during the Battle Of Waterloo eliminations at Grand River Raceway on July 25.Campaigned and co-owned by five-time Battle Of Waterloo winning trainer Carl Jamieson, the son of E Dees Cam moved three-wide at the half to grab the lead for driver Jody Jamieson.

The harness racing stage is set for the elimination rounds of Grand River Raceway's signature race, the 14th annual $300,000 Battle of Waterloo, and its companion race, the third annual $150,000 Battle of the Belles.

Warrawee Needy made no mistakes at Rideau Carleton Raceway on Monday evening as he effortlessly claimed his second Gold Final trophy and fifth straight victory. Starting from the trailing Post 9, harness racing driver Jody Jamieson landed the colt in sixth spot through the early going, which saw the other elimination winner, Best Ears, make a break while gunning for the lead from Post 5.

Rideau Carleton Raceway kicked off its 2011 Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing season with a pair of impressive Gold Elimination performances by the two-year-old pacing colts.

After the buzz of anticipation leading up to the two-year-old pacing colt Gold Final at Mohawk Racetrack on Monday evening, watching Warrawee Needy capture the harness racing title with a gate-to-wire effort was almost anti-climactic.

Warrawee Needy with one of the world's best harness racing drivers Jody Jamieson aboard proved to be the top Ontario-sired two-year-old pacing colt so far this season as they stopped the clock in 1:52.2 in Monday evening's $130,000 OSS Gold final at Mohawk. The victory was one of four wins for Jamieson on the night.

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