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London, May 25, 2017 -- This Friday evening at The Raceway at Western Fair District, harness racing fans will be treated to another terrific Molson Pace card featuring 12 races and some of the sports brightest starts. With the post positions announced this past Monday, horseplayers have been sharpening their pencils to take advantage of the strong wagering menu. The Molson Pace, slated for Race 12, features eight of the sport's top free-for-all pacers for a purse of $150,000. Offering up their thoughts on the big night are Hall of Fame handicapper, statistician, broadcaster and historian Bob Heyden and HRU columnist Dean Towers along with track announcer Shannon 'Sugar' Doyle. Bob Heyden 1. What's your initial thought on the field for this year? There seem to be two possibilities in the race, in my opinion. Jordan Stratton dictates the race with Bit Of A Legend or pure mayhem. 2. What type of wager would you be apt to play? Triactor - That's why I put in the #1 (Bit Of A Legend) and backed it up with 7 (Rockin Ron) & 8 (Night Pro). 3. Provide a Late Pick 4 ticket (9-12) 235/468/56/178 Cost: $54 4. Anything else to watch for? Bit Of A Legend N not only swept the Levy last year, he posted the single biggest season ever for a down Under horse with over $700,000. Any breather at all and this race is over for the rest of them. But, in the event everyone half loses their mind, it is going to be a mad dash home and I want prices-the boxcar types. Dean Towers 1. What's your initial thought on the field for this year? At first glance when I saw probable race favorite Bit of a Legend draw the rail I thought we might be looking at a walk over. But after I dug into the race I was thrilled at this year's edition. Almost every horse has gate speed and most are half mile track specialists. I watched Clear Vision win last week at the Meadowlands and he's sharp; and Fool Me Once has looked excellent of late. From the second tier Night Pro has a nice chance to trip out. It's just a wonderful race. 2. What type of wager would you be apt to play? I'm a big fan of the super high five on half mile tracks. The takeout is great and it gives your mind a handicapping test - who may land where, what can we take a stab at for a price? If this race goes some crazy fractions - which on paper it may - this bet can pay boxcars. 3. Provide a Late Pick 4 ticket (9-12) 23457/135/7/1348 Cost: $60 4. Anything else to watch for? Maybe the most talked about card on a half mile track every year in Canada is the Gold Cup and Saucer. However, from top to bottom, with great horses, good drivers and a nice betting menu with good pool size to bet into, Molson Pace night is my favorite half mile track evening of the entire calendar. Shannon 'Sugar' Doyle 1. What's your initial thought on the field for this year? It's the deepest field of Invite pacers I've even seen on a half mile track in Canada! They've all been there & done that... What a super nice group of horses! 2. What type of wager would you be apt to play? It's all about the Super Hi 5 wager for me. I'd likely play the 1 (Bit Of A Legend N) & 3 (Clear Vision) in the top spots for Triactor, Superfecta & HI5 plays - they drew well in here, so it's all based on post position for me. Using 4 (Fool Me Once), 6 (Sunfire Blue Chip) & 8 (Night Pro) for 2nd, 3rd & 4th... Then hit the ALL button to complete the HI5. 3. Provide a Late Pick 4 ticket (9-12) 456/134589/45/13 Cost: $72 4. Anything else to watch for? With the addition of drivers like Doug McNair, Mark MacDonald & Brett Miller - among others - look for lots of early speed & great flow throughout the program. It will be 'On' this Friday night in London! The wagering menu on Friday will include a $5,000 guaranteed early Pick-3, $10,000 guaranteed early Pick-4, $15,000 guaranteed late Pick-4 and the addition of a third Super Hi-5 - all low 15 per cent takeout wagers First race post is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Greg Blanchard

London, May 23, 2017 -- The 2017 edition of the Molson Pace, slated for this Friday May 26 at The Raceway at Western Fair District, will feature some of the harness racing sport's top free-for-all pacers. One of the new faces joining this year's field is Bit Of A Legend N, who will make his first trek to Canada for trainer Peter Tritton. The New Zealand-born son of Bettor's Delight will line up from the coveted rail with regular pilot Jordan Stratton in the bike. "The draw couldn't have worked out any better," Tritton said from his home base in Pine Bush, New York. "I think most trainers would want the rail and now it's up to the horse to deliver." Tritton, a native of Australia, has spent more than 15 years in the US and will also be making his first trip to Canada. "It's something I'm definitely looking forward to it," he said. "There have been a few times in the past I've meant to come, but it never worked out. My family and I are looking forward to the trip." The veteran conditioner, who races primarily at Yonkers, has found a strong niche for recruiting horses from Down Under (Australia & New Zealand) that fits his program in New York. Standout horses that have found their way in the Tritton barn include Moss Dale Connor N, Mackenzie N, Texican N and Sell A Bit N, just to name a few. "I've been very fortunate to have a great relationship with agent Peter Larkin for the past 35 years," Tritton said. "He recruits the horses and I'll go ahead and look them up with owner Harry Von Knoblauch. He knows the horses have to fit my program at Yonkers and we've had quite a bit of success over the years." Bit Of A Legend N is one horse that Tritton has become very fond of since arriving on North American soil a few seasons ago. The 35-time winner has more than $1.5 million earned lifetime and captured the 2016 final of the Levy against the best free-for-all pacers in North America on a half-mile track. He capped off last season with more than $723,000 earned. "I shouldn't say he was a pleasant surprise how good he turned out, because I knew he was very talented," he said. "I just didn't think he'd be this good. "He's so professional and very easy to drive," Tritton continued. "He's has just a pleasant horse and his manners are perfect. I can't fault him in any way." Tritton will once again be handing the driving assignment to young driver Jordan Stratton. The young reinsman will also be making his debut in the Molson Pace. "Jordan use to drive for me a little a few years ago and we had some luck," said Tritton. "I wanted a driver that would commit to driving all my horses, because I didn't like using different drivers every week. Jordan agreed and I think it has worked out well for everyone." Tritton admits it won't be an easy task on Friday. "I think it's an excellent looking field," he said. "I wouldn't say there is a standout and that should mean a great finish. We're looking forward to the experience in Canada." The field for this years Molson Pace will line up as follows: 1. Bit Of A Legend N ($1,525,011) - Jordan Stratton 2. Rockin In Heaven ($548,971) - Trevor Henry 3. Clear Vision ($2,703,859) - Brett Miller 4. Fool Me Once ($963,778) - Doug McNair 5. Evenin Of Pleasure ($773,857) - Sylvain Filion 6. Sunfire Blue Chip ($1,181,939) - Mark MacDonald 7. Rockin Ron ($665,988) - Matt Kakaley 8. Night Pro ($738,432) - Bob McClure Greg Blanchard

London, May 22, 2017 -- The post position draw for the $150,000 Molson Pace, which will be taking place this Friday at The Raceway at the Western Fair District, took place Monday, May 22 at the London, Ontario oval. The draw results for the Molson Pace appear below. Post - Horse - Driver 1 - Bit Of A Legend N by Bettor's Delight - Jordan Stratton 2 - Rockin In Heaven by Rock N Roll Heaven - Trevor Henry 3 - Clear Vision by Western Hanover - Brett Miller 4 - Fool Me Once  by Art Major - Doug McNair 5 - Evenin Of Pleasure  by Dragon Again - Sylvain Filion 6 - Sunfire Blue Chip by American Ideal - Mark MacDonald 7 - Rockin Ron by Real Desire - Matt Kakaley 8 - Night Pro by Pro Bono Best - Bob McClure The complexion for this year's Molson Pace at The Raceway at the Western Fair District in London certainly changed over the weekend. Soto, who was an initial starter from Delaware, has been withdrawn due to a minor foot injury that will likely keep him out of action for a week. Replacing Soto will be Fool Me Once who was to be this year's Also Eligible (A.E.) in the field. The seven-year-old son of Art Major is a 35-time career who is on the verge of millionaire status with more than $963,000 on his card. Owned by Brad Grant of Milton, Ont., the pacer has won three straight at Mohawk including a 1:50.4 victory this past weekend against Preferred company. Also accepting an invitation to race were the connections of Rockin In Heaven for conditioner Dr. Ian Moore. The son of Rock N Roll Heaven was a top NYSS performer as a sophomore and has already made his mark as a five-year-old with an impressive victory this past Saturday at Mohawk. The 15-time winner has more than $500K banked in his career. Moore is also no stranger to the signature event as he captured it three straight years with millionaire State Treasurer. "We are extremely happy with the field we've assembled and we're eagerly looking forward to Friday evening," said assistant manager, Greg Gangle. "The field includes local talent along with some fresh faces. Overall, it's a well-balanced group and should produce not only a great race but a very enticing wagering proposition" First post for Friday night's 12-race program is 7:05 p.m. For complete details on Molson Pace night, visit Greg Blanchard

London, May 22, 2017 -- The field for this year's Molson Pace has now been finalized, but not before some last second changes to the harness racing line-up had to be made. The connections of Rockin In Heaven accepted an invite to join the seven previously confirmed entries and the son of Rock N Roll Heaven is coming off a victory this past weekend at Mohawk - his first victory in three trips postward this season. The five-year-old boasts career earnings of $548,971 for his trainer Dr. Ian Moore who co-owns along with Doug Polley and Gordon McComb of Nova Scotia and Francois Lecompte of Quebec. Moore trained three-time Molson Pace champion State Treasurer. Soto, who was to make the trek from Delaware, has been withdrawn due to a minor foot injury that will likely keep him out of action for a week. Replacing Soto will be Fool Me Once who was to be this year's Also Eligible (A.E.) in the field. The seven-year-old son of Art Major is a 35-time career who is on the verge of millionaire status with more than $963,000 on his card. Owned by Brad Grant of Ontario, the pacer has won three straight at Mohawk including a 1:50.4 victory this past weekend against Preferred company. The post draw for the $150,000 Molson Pace will be conducted on The Raceway's pre-game show at 5:30 p.m. Below is a list of the starters in alphabetical order along with their career earnings: Bit Of A Legend ($1,525,011) by Bettor's Delight Clear Vision ($2,703,859) by Western Hanover Evenin Of Pleasure ($773,857) by Dragon Again Fool Me Once ($963,778) by Art Major Night Pro ($738,432) by Pro Bono Best Rockin In Heaven ($548,971) by Rock N Roll Heaven Rockin Ron ($665,988) by Real Desire Sunfire Blue Chip ($1,181,939) by American Ideal Greg Blanchard

London, ON, May 16, 2017 - As the 2017 edition of the Molson Pace quickly quickly approaches, harness racing owner-trainer Dale Decker says he has been anticipating this year's rich classic for a long time. The Michigan-based conditioner was here once before and is eager to redeem himself following a sixth place finish in the 2015 Molson Pace with returning star, Night Pro. Night Pro, a son of Pro Bono Best, has won 46 of 82 career starts and has banked more than $730,000 in his career. "I was really hoping to get the invite and when the phone came in, I couldn't have been happier," Decker said of the Molson which comes up next Friday, May 26. "This race has been marked on my calendar since my horse came back last season and this is the first big race of the year for me." Widely known as king of the mid-west, the seven year old has finished worse than second just once in 29 starts over the past two seasons while racing manly at Hoosier Park, Northfield Park and Miami Valley. Back for a second time in this year's Molson, Decker says he hopes to use his past experience to his advantage in this year's race. "He didn't handle himself the best on the turns and had an injury that was starting to appear," he said. "He's been perfect thus far this season and couldn't be coming into the race any better. We all need luck in big races and I'm happy to be a part of the night." Decker, who resides in Temperance, Michigan, will trek roughly three hours to The Raceway and his approach will be different this year. "When I was there in 2015, I shipped him in early and he kind of washed out in the paddock because I got there around noon that day," he said. "I'll bring him in normal time and he should benefit from that." Decker, who is a home builder by trade, has campaigned Night Pro in all of his 82 career starts. "He has provided me with all kinds of thrills and I couldn't be more fortunate," he said. "A horse like him doesn't come along very often and I certainly don't take him for granted. He's so professional considering he's a stud and has a wonderful demeanour along with excellent manners. "My family will be in attendance that night which will make it extra special. It's a wonderful atmosphere and a great night for racing," Decker added. Six starters have been confirmed so far for the Molson with the final two spots to be filled out this week. The star-studded pacers joining Night Pro includes Rockin Ron, Soto, Bit Of A Legend, Sunfire Blue Chip and defending champion Evenin Of Pleasure. The powerful Molson Pace undercard will feature the first leg of the Ontario Sires Stakes for sophomore pacing colts and geldings along with a quartet of City of London finals. Total purses for the night will be in excess of $500,000. Two-time Molson Pace champion Foiled Again will also be competing on the night's undercard in what could be one of his final career races on Canadian soil. The 13-year-old is the richest pacer of all-time with earnings in excess of $7.5 million and he currently sits with 94 career wins to his credit. For complete details and a closer look at this year's Molson Pace field, visit Greg Blanchard

London, April 25, 2017 -- The staff at The Raceway at Western Fair District are busy gearing up for what promises to be a busy and exciting month of May with a couple of new harness racing initiatives thrown in for good measure. Beginning on Monday, May 1st, the London oval will be contesting two races daily - races 6 and 10 - at the distance of 1-1/16 miles. The designated races are the Super Hi-5 races which feature 9-horse fields and an added trailer in the second tier. The added distance races will be conducted as a trial for the month of May to evaluate how it affects the style of racing and what impact is has on wagering and payoffs. "We decided to give this a try after consulting with fans and horse people," said Director of Racing Greg Blanchard. "The hope is that it adds another dimension to those races and makes the handicapping puzzle more intriguing while at the same time giving horses and drivers a longer distance to the first turn and a better opportunity to get good early position. The added 330 feet should also benefit horses racing from off the pace." The Super Hi-5 has become a very popular wager at The Raceway with .20 cent payoffs averaging more than $1,000 for most of the season. For the first time in several years, The Raceway will also feature live racing on Mother's Day which lands on Sunday, May 14. First post for the afternoon program is 1:15 p.m. and seating is going fast for the Mother's Day brunch that day. To make reservations, contact 519-438-7203 (ext. 252) or email The Raceway's Annual Wall of Fame Night will take place on Friday, May 12. This year's inductee is long-time owner, breeder and track man Mac Lilley who operates Mac Lilley Farms in nearby Dutton. Lilley will be honoured during a trackside ceremony on a night that also features the Wall of Fame Pace and a special Mini Horse contest. As always, the season will end on a high note when the track hosts its signature event, The Molson Pace, on Friday, May 26. Many of North America's best older pacers will square off in the $150,000 contest and the powerful undercard will feature Ontario Sires Stakes Gold divisions for three-year-old colt pacers along with a quartet of City of London Series Finals. "This is the night we look forward to each year," said Blanchard. "One of the strengths of our venue is that fans are in very close proximity to the horses. When you combine world-class horses, music, good food, contests and giveaways and great wagering opportunities, it really does make for a fun and exciting atmosphere. "Our new tarmac area in front of the grandstand is still a work in progress but will be open and functioning that evening and will give us an added outdoor viewing area that we have not had before. We are proud of how this night has evolved and look forward to another great night this year." For more details on the Molson Pace and everything happening at The Raceway, visit Greg Blanchard

London, March 27, 2017 -- The harness racing horse people of London stepped up in a big way for one of their own recently as long time Raceway paddock employee Bobby Mitz suffered a heart attack and subsequent surgery. The affable Mitz is a well know figure in the paddock on race nights and is always there to greet horse people with a smile as they arrive to race. So, when people found out he was in need, they jumped at the chance to raise money on his behalf. Mitz, who is recuperating well, made a visit to The Raceway on Tuesday evening to visit with colleagues and friends who were happy to see him in his familiar environment. In addition to donations, several drivers graciously gave up a portion of their drivers fees last week to go towards Mitz and his recovery. In all, close to $4,000 was raised once again demonstrating how horse people come together in times of need. Greg Blanchard

London, May 23, 2017 -- The Raceway at Western Fair District has announced that long time harness racing horseman/owner/breeder Mac Lilley will be this year's inductee into its prestigious Wall of Fame. Lilley, who owns and operates his farm just west of London, dove into the business in the early 1970s with the purchase of his first stallion, Zip Tar, and has not looked back. Since then, his farm has stood some 47 stallion including Super Wave, Springfield, Bo Knows Jate, Whosurboy, Rambaran and Warrawee Needy, just to name a few. Lilley was one of the first to offer a version of fractional ownership in the 70s and also leased and operated the Hawkinsville Training Centre in Georgia for 12 years in the late 1980s. Mac and his wife Ann have five sons and a daughter, 17 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren, most of whom are involved in the family farm in one way or another. He will be inducted into The Raceway's Wall of Fame during a ceremony at the track on Friday, May 12. That night will also feature the annual Wall of Fame Pace. Greg Blanchard

London, March 10, 2017 -- Driver Trevor Henry, one of the nation's leading harness racing drivers and graduate of The Raceway at Western Fair District, is graciously donating his driving commissions from last night's (Thursday) program at Woodbine to long time Western Fair employee Bobby Mitz who continues to recuperate from recent heart surgery. Henry is one of many horse people stepping up to help the affable paddock employee from London. This Monday, several of the Raceway's drivers and trainers will also donate a portion of their commissions from that night's card. A donation box has been set up in The Raceway paddock and donations will be accepted up until the end of Monday's program. Live racing is set for this evening at The Raceway beginning at 7:05 p.m. Customers are reminded that the Annex will be closed due to the Annual Farm Show and in appreciation The Raceway will be offering $1 programs and $1 coffee and tea throughout the evening. Greg Blanchard

London, March 7, 2017 -- Harness racing people in London are once again showing their generosity in support for one of their own. Longtime Raceway paddock employee Bobby Mitz recently underwent surgery after suffering a heart attack and is currently at home and on the mend. Mitz is one of the first faces that horse people see each night when they arrive at the London oval, always there to meet them with a smile and a helping hand as they unload horses that are entered to race that night. A donation box has been set up in The Raceway paddock and will be there all week long for those who wish to donate. In response, several of The Raceway's drivers and trainers have graciously offered to donate a portion of their earnings from next Monday night's program to Mitz. The money raised will assist Mitz as he continues his road to recovery. Greg Blanchard

LONDON, Ontario, February 11, 2017 -- Longtime local horseman Ross Battin and pacing mare Nadia Can Go were the headliners at tonight's awards banquet at The Raceway at Western Fair District which celebrated the best on and off the track over the past harness racing season. Ross Battin has had many honours over the years at the London, Ontario racetrack. He topped the drivers' standings on four occasions, was named horseman of the year in 1992 and was inducted to the track's Wall of Fame in 2010. Ross has won the Lampman Cup, which recognizes the leading driver in the Ontario Sires Stakes program a record seven times. Tonight he added another honour as he was presented with the Walltyme award which is given annually by Dave Wall's stable and recognizes outstanding service to the industry. Nadia Can Go was crowned the 2016 Horse of the Year. The now five-year-old daughter of Major In Art put together an impressive winning streak at The Raceway from February 17 to April 20 during which time she was undefeated through eight races. Heather Toll trains Nadia Can Go for owner Brydown Farms of Clinton, Ontario. The other award winners who were revealed this evening were caretaker of the year, which was won by Laurie Hicks, and the Ruth Herbert Horsewoman of the Year which went to Sue McNeight. The complete list of award winners is as follows: Older Pacing Horse - Irvine James Older Pacing Mare - Nadia Can Go Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt - Overthinkenit Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly - Uptown Woman Older Trotting Horse - Raising Richard Older Trotting Mare - Daylon Mermaid Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt - On The Ridge Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly - Shes All Muscle Claiming Pacer - Mighty Mouse Claiming Trotter - Jimoris Tigeress Driver - Alfie Carroll Trainer - Vic Puddy Owner - Keith Cassell Caretaker - Laurie Hicks Walltyme 'Outstanding Service' - Ross Battin Ruth Herbert 'Horsewoman' - Sue McNeight Horse of the Year - Nadia Can Go Greg Blanchard

London, January 22, 2017 -- Fuelled by a carryover of almost $3,500, The Raceway will offer an instant guaranteed pool of $15,000 on Monday night's early Super Hi-5 harness racing wager. The early Super Hi-5 will be offered on race 6 Monday night and features a competitive field of nine going post ward in the conditioned contest. The Super Hi-5 also offers a low 15% takeout. Monday's free program can be accessed Monday is also Pub Night at the Top Of The Fair restaurant. First post for the 10-race program is 6:15 p.m.   Greg Blanchard

London, ON - January 4, 2017 -- The Raceway at Western Fair District has announced its 2016 award winners to be honoured during the annual awards dinner on Saturday, February 11th at the Carousel Room of The Raceway. Irvine James, who captured a City of London Series Final in May, and Nadia Can Go, who compiled an impressive nine-race win streak at London last Spring, are the winners of the Older Pacing Horse and Older Pacing Mare honours respectively. Driver Alfie Carroll and trainer Vic Puddy captured their second consecutive Western Fair titles. Many of their wins came for owner Keith Cassell who is the 2016 top owner at the London oval. The horse awards are based on the highest money winners with a minimum of six starts at The Raceway during the season while the claiming awards are based on the highest number of wins in claiming races at The Raceway during the year. Award winners were announced in 13 categories with another four to be announced the night of the event - they include the Caretaker of the Year, Walltyme 'Outstanding Service' Award, Ruth Herbert 'Horsewoman' of the Year and the overall Horse of the Year. To nominate someone for 'Caretaker' of the year, people are asked to email their nominee along with a written description of or before January 27th. Five finalists will be selected from the nominees and horse people will then have a chance to vote for their choice. The winner will be announced on February 11th. Tickets for the awards night go on sale next week at The Raceway's Race Office and are available for $40 per person or $45 at the door - a table of eight can be purchased for $280. The evening will include a cocktail reception, dinner, awards ceremony and D.J. and dance to follow. For more information, or to nominate someone for Caretaker of the Year, email Amy O'Toole at Here is a complete list of the 2016 award winners: Older Pacing Horse - Irvine James Older Pacing Mare - Nadia Can Go 3-Year-Old Pacing Colt - Overthinkenit 3-Year-Old Pacing Filly - Uptown Woman Older Trotting Horse - Raising Richard Older Trotting Mare - Daylon Mermaid 3-Year-Old Trotting Colt - On The Ridge 3-Year-Old Trotting Filly - Shes All Muscle Claiming Pacer - Mighty Mouse Claiming Trotter - Jimoris Tigeress Driver - Alfie Carroll Trainer - Vic Puddy Owner - Keith Cassell Caretaker - TBA Walltyme 'Outstanding Service' - TBA Ruth Herbert 'Horsewoman' - TBA Horse of the Year - TBA by Greg Blanchard, for The Raceway

January 3, 2016 -- Now both Monday and Tuesday's (tonight's) live race programs at The Raceway at Western Fair District has been cancelled due to deteriorating track conditions. Unseasonably warm and sunny weather in London, along with a forecast of rain later in the day, took its toll on the oval and prompted officials to make the decision. Live racing is scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) at The Raceway at 6:15 p.m. The mild temperatures are forecasted for tomorrow as well and a decision regarding the status of that program will be made Wednesday morning. by Greg Blanchard, for The Raceway                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

London, December 23, 2016 -- Friday night's 16-race Super Card at The Raceway at Western Fair District produced an all-time record handle as harness racing patrons pushed $765,685 through the mutuel windows. That total eclipsed the previous high of $697,000 which was set on December 23, 2014. "A big thank you to the horseplayers who support our product all season and to our horsemen for supporting the entry box the way they did tonight with that number of races," said Director of Racing Greg Blanchard. "Our track crew had the oval in fantastic shape and we couldn't have asked for a better way to wrap things up here before the short Christmas break." The program was bolstered by a trio of $10,000 Guaranteed Pool Pick-4 wagers and an added Super Hi-5. The Raceway will be dark for December 23rd and 24th but will be back in action with the traditional Boxing Day program on Monday, December 26th, beginning at 1:15 p.m. There is limited seating available for the brunch that day and reservations can be made by calling 519-438-7203 (ext. 252). Greg Blanchard

The month of December is traditionally a busy one at The Raceway at Western Fair District and this year is no exception with a total of 15 harness racing programs being offered, including a special matinee program on Sunday, December 18 at 1:05 p.m. That day will also be State Treasurer Day at the races in honour of the three-time Molson Pace champion who has recently retired to stand stud at nearby Seelster Farms in Lucan. The world champion, who is a double millionaire, will be on hand to meet fans that afternoon as part of the festivities. The Raceway has also planned a 16-race Super Card on Friday, December 23rd with an earlier than normal start time of 5:30 p.m. Horseplayers will have more chances to take home some last minute Christmas cash with the addition of a third Super Hi-5 and third Pick-4 wager. The Pick-4 pools that day will all be guaranteed at $10,000, while the early pick-3 will feature a $5,000 guaranteed pool. Fans are also reminded that the traditional Boxing Day program will go postward at 1:15 p.m. on Monday, December 26 as well as the New Year's Eve program on Saturday, December 31 at 8:00 p.m. There is still some limited seating at the Top of the Fair Restaurant for these dates. To make reservations, call 519-438-7203 (ext. 252) or email For event details, visit Greg Blanchard                                                                                                                              

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