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Mohawk Raceway hosted Canada's richest night of harness racing for the 2013 season with the North Amercia Cup Night Saturday. Purses for the evening's program totaled more than $2 million with six major events headlined by the $1,000,000 30th annual North America Cup Final for three-year-old pacing colts.

Ok racing fans, after three weeks I have picked horses in 16 race with only 7 winners, but I picked three of the five race winners last week and broke dead even so we are still at a profit of $7.80 for this weekend.

Bee A Magician and Angies Lucky Star both scored decisive victories in their respective eliminations for this year's harness racing Elegantimage Stakes on Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack.

This Week: Currier & Ives (colt and filly divisions), The Meadows, Washington, Pa.; Armbro Flight, Elegantimage, North America Cup, Fan Hanover and Goodtimes eliminations, Mohawk Racetrack, Campbellville, Ontario; and Roll With Joe and Artiscape, Tioga Downs, Nichols, N.Y.

Check Me Out, with harness racing driver Tim Tetrick at the controls, hung on to edge rival Maven by a nose in a stakes, track and Canadian record 1:52.1 to win the $530,000 Elegantimage Stakes on Saturday (June 16) at Mohawk Racetrack.

On a stakes filled Saturday night, harness racing drivers Tim Tetrick and Ron Pierce both won two stake races each at Mohawk Racetrack. Tim Tetrick won the $530,000 Elegantimage Stake for three-year-old trotting fillies with Check Me Out and the $642,000 Fan Hanover Stake for three-year-old pacing fillies with American Jewel.

If Rick Zeron can craft a winning trip with Miss Paris in the $530,000 Elegantimage final on Saturday night at Mohawk, the end result will mean a trip to "The City of Light" for the harness racing veteran driver and his wife, Joyce.

When she was a baby, harness racing conditioner Jonas Czernyson speculated whether Maven would ever overcome her attitude of entitlement and display her true talent when it was time to advance to the gate, but his concerns were most definitely unfounded.

Sweet Lou, last year's champion two-year-old colt pacer in the United States, heads a field of 10 of the continent's finest harness racing three-year-olds for Saturday's $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack.

The luck of the draw was unkind to the harness racing trotting star Check Me Out the last time she competed at Mohawk Racetrack, so this time nothing was left to chance. Check Me Out lost only two races in 16 starts last year. The first came in her elimination race for the $455,940 Peaceful Way Stakes, when she was defeated by a half-length by Win Missy B.

The finest sophomore trotting fillies on the continent were showcased at Mohawk on Friday evening in a pair of $30,000 harness racing 'Elegantimage Stakes' eliminations. Hambletonian eligible Check Me Out and Maven scored victories in their respective eliminations.

All Ready Hanover has garnered attention since she stepped out onto the racetrack for her three-year-old harness racing campaign and she will look for more in her Elegantimage Stakes elimination this Friday at Mohawk.

When Miss Paris captured the $300,000 OSS Super Final last season in her final start of her harness racing freshman campaign, she established herself as a top threat this season in the provincial program. The regally-bred daughter of Kadabra-Pizza Dolce was a $210,000 yearling purchase and has banked $486,656 in her rookie season for trainer Richard 'Nifty' Norman.

The Rick Zeron trainee, Lady Rainbow has had a very productive sophomore season this year and her WEG harness racing conditioner hopes that continues when she lines up behind the gate in Saturday's $35,000 Hambletonian Oaks eliminations at The Meadowlands.

Trot Insider has learned that 2011 Elegantimage winner Crys Dream has received a 90-day suspension following a positive test from the June 18 stakes race at Mohawk Racetrack. According to Ontario Racing Commission judge Tom Miller, the test result was received by the ORC yesterday (Tuesday) and harness racing trainer Henrik Hollsten was notified at that time.

See You At Peelers remained on top of the weekly harness racing 'Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 poll' while See You At Peelers remained on top of the weekly Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 poll while Up The Credit used his win in the North America Cup to move up the rankings.

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