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Tioga Downs will offer late-closers for New York bred 3YO pacers not competing in harness racing's Empire Breeders Classic (EBC).

The superiority of New York-bred 3-year-old trotters For A Dancer and Archangel was again apparent on Friday night at Vernon Downs by virtue of the fact that each was a track record-breaking winner in this season's $472,750 Empire Breeders Classic divisional harness racing events.

The top New York-bred trotting sophomores will gather at Vernon Downs on Friday evening (June 8) to contest harness racing's rich Empire Breeders Classic (EBC) finals.

A look back at the career of famed pacer Artiscape as his namesake race is only days away. That's the highlight of this week's edition of 'Inside Harness Racing.'

Some significant changes have been made to the New York Sires Stakes (NYSS) harness racing program for 2012.

Harness racing tracks Tioga Downs and Vernon Dows have finalized their 2012 race and stakes schedule for the upcoming race season (pending regulatory approval).

See You At Peelers came into Sunday night's (May 29) Empire Breeders' Classic a perfect fourteen for fourteen in her harness racing career, she pulled out of Tioga Sunday night fifteen for fifteen and with the title of World Champion.

In the $283,475 final of the Empire Breeders' Classic for 3-year old harness racing colt and gelding trotters, Dejarmbro and I'm The Answer who will be coupled in Monday's wagering have been made the 9-5 morning line favorites in race number six.

The Tioga Downs' odds maker has dubbed See You At Peelers as the heavy 2-5 morning line favorite for Sunday night's (May 29) $279,175 Empire Breeders' Classic Final for 3-year old filly pacers. After last week's national seasons, stakes, and track record of 1:50.4 in the first start of her sophomore harness racing campaign See You At Peelers extender her undefeated streak to fourteen.

The newest episode of "Inside Harness Racing" includes coverage of See You at Peelers' 14th straight win plus the rest of the Empire Breeders' Classic eliminations at Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs. Other top New York-breds on this week's show include Feel Like a Fool, Fashion Delight, Roadside Delight, Jezzy and Dejarmbro.

Four of the five top pre-season Little Brown Jug contenders were in harness racing action this past weekend. Big Jim, the 2010 divisional champion, kicked off his 3-year-old campaign with an easy 1:51.4 victory in the $25,000 New Jersey Classic eliminations at The Meadowlands.

Last year's 2-year old champion See You At Peelers started off the year with her 14th consecutive harness racing victory in the first division of the Empire Breeders' Classic on Sunday afternoon (May 22) at Tioga Downs. Settling in third through the early parts of the race Marcus Johansson tipped the 3-year old daughter of Bettor's Delight - West Side Glory to the outside and took control of the race.

Sophomore trotting standouts Jezzy and Dejarmbro lived up to their advanced billing, while I'm The Answer and Master's Cook turned in track record performances during Saturday night's 12-race harness racing program at Vernon Downs.

Tioga Downs will host some of the best sophomore pacers the country will likely see in 2011 on Sunday afternoon in Nichols, New York. Headlining the names for the 3-year old colt and gelding pacers are freshman standouts Feel Like A Fool, Fashion Delight, Roadside Delight, and Sir Ziggy's Z Tam, all of which drew in the first of two harness racing divisions.

Eliminations for the $500,000 Empire Breeders' Classics will headline a twelve race harness racing card on Saturday night at Vernon Downs. Leading the way for sixteen trotting fillies in the first division is Jezzy from the always powerful Ray Schnittker stable.

Dr Dreamy and Brian Sears captured the $217,250 final of the Empire Breeder's Classic on Sunday night at the Tioga Downs harness racing track. Sears got away third as the field past the opening quarter in 27.4 with David Miller and Malicious moving to the front, however Sears let no dust settle and moved Dr Dreamy to the front with a second panel of 27.1, reaching the half in 55.

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