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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.

See You At Peelers made it an easy 18 for 18 straight wins to remain unbeaten in the $601,000 Fan Hanover tonight at Mohawk Raceway Saturday the 18th June. Harness racing driver Brian Sears did not even lift the whip at the daughter of Bettors Delight and just jogged in 1:50 flat to equal the stakes record.

The finest three-year-old harness racing pacers on the continent will go postward Saturday evening in the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack. The richest pacing event in the world will be televised live on The Score, in a special one and one-half hour program from 8:30 - 10:00 pm ET, with post time for the Cup scheduled for 9:40 pm.

The Pepsi North America Cup is this season's first major test for harness racing three-year-old pacers. Yeah, some will mention the Somebeachsomewhere, the New Jersey Classic or the Rooney, but they are all merely appetizers. The meat and potatoes of the sophomore pacing stakes season begins Saturday and continues with the Meadowlands Pace, the Adios, The Jug, and more.

This Saturday, at Mohawk Racetrack, harness racing driver Tim Tetrick will steer a pair of live drives in both the North America Cup and Fan Hanover final. Shadyshark Hanover, a son of Cams Card Shark, will begin from post five in the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup.

Harness racing driver Brian Sears was a fan of See You At Peelers before he ever had the chance to drive the 3-year-old filly pacer. After guiding the undefeated star to the 17th consecutive win of her career in her Fan Hanover Stakes elimination on June 11 at Mohawk Racetrack, he is even more captivated by the sport's top lady.

See You At Peelers, who extended her career unbeaten streak to 17 races with her win last weekend in the Fan Hanover eliminations, is the new No.1 ranked harness racing horse in the weekly Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 poll. See You At Peelers garnered 27 of 35 first-place votes to knock Foiled Again from the top spot.

There's no question that See You At Peelers is the one to beat when 10 three-year-old harness racing pacing fillies line up behind the gate in the $601,000 Fan Hanover final, slated for this Saturday evening at Mohawk.

See You At Peelers extended her win streak to 17 with a 3 1/4-length win in the first elimination division of the Fan Hanover, Saturday night at Mohawk. Brian Sears drove the Bettors Delight filly to the 1:50.3 victory over Idyllic and Live Inspired for harness racing trainer Jim Takter and owners Chrsitina Takter of New Jersey, and John and Jim Fielding of Toronto.

Monkey On My Wheel, along with 20 of her three-year-old harness racing rivals, will have their game faces on Saturday night when they go behind the gate to contest a trio of Fan Hanover eliminations at Mohawk. The Travis Umphrey filly may be stubborn and have a mind of her own when in the barn, but when she steps out onto the racetrack she is all business.

The fields for the Elegantimage, Fan Hanover and Goodtimes Trot eliminations have been determined. The harness racing finals will be contested at Mohawk on the same night as the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup on June 18.

A compact group of nine and seven entries of the Ontario's best bred fillies will report directly to the final on Friday August 27 at Mohawk Racetrack in their respected harness racing divisions. Nine filly trotters will contest for $168,383 and it appears to be a wide open affair without the likes of Poof Shes Gone and Cross Of Lorraine.

Western Silk, driven by Mark MacDonald for harness racing trainer and co-owner Casie Coleman, pulled off a 9-1 shocker in the C$666,000 Fan Hanover Stakes on Saturday, June 26, at Mohawk, part of the undercard on Pepsi North America Cup night.

The top filly pacers last season among 2-year-olds were Fancy Filly and Put On A Show. As the 2010 harness racing stakes season begins to heat up, the two are making claims for top honors again. Fancy Filly and Put On A Show are both 4-for-4 this year after each won an elimination for Saturday's C$666,000 Fan Hanover Stakes for 3-year-old filly pacers at Mohawk Racetrack in Ontario.

Three $35,000 eliminations for the June 27 final of $680,000 Fan Hanover Stakes went Saturday night at Mohawk. Yellow Diamond cemented her status as the circuit's most accomplished 3-year-old filly with a workmanlike half-length effort over Showherthemoney, and Ginger and Fred in the evening's first elim.

Somebeachsomewhere wasn't the only undefeated pacer on display Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack. Three-year-old filly Tug River Princess also put her 13-race unbeaten streak on the line in the $733,031 Fan Hanover Stakes, part of the rich Pepsi North America Cup undercard, going postward as the prohibitive 1-2 choice with John Campbell.

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