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The Ted Demmler trained Christian Melody managed to overcome a second row draw in scoring in CO only company at Cranbourne on Sunday night (September 23).

Abadattitudeeagle returned to racing with a completely new attitude in scoring at Cranbourne on Sunday night (September 23).

Catching Magic in a Bottle - Breeding a champion is like catching magic in a bottle. Mix one potion with another potion and hope for the best. (September 23, 2007)

She was the pocket-rocket in her last, but now had to move outside in a race that didn't figure to shape up for her. That, however, didn't stop Biggest Big Bertha from recording a monster win.

Saturday’s $10,000 Yates Eagle Stake for Illinois conceived and foaled two-year-old pacing colts provided a shocking finish as 80-1 longshot Fox Valley Ajax came bobbing and weaving through the stretch to win by a length in a career best of 1:53.

He doesn't miss many starts, doesn't miss many paydays, and, given half a chance, doesn't miss the chance to get his picture taken.

The door to Queensland harness racing was left slightly ajar after the Redcliffe meeting on Saturday night (September 22). Like New South Wales the 'sunshine state' has been covered by a blanket of equine influenza since August 25.

Showing a return to form, Smarty Arty managed to post his first winning performance since late February when he greeted the judge at Globe Derby on Saturday night (September 22).

North America Cup night is always an exciting event for many, but for trainer James 'Friday' Dean, the evening turned out to be a disappointment, as both of his pacers were off their game.

After a 1:48.4 mile in his Meadowlands Pace elimination on Saturday, trainer Bill Elliott told Trot Insider that he isn't sure how fast Running Book can go just yet.

Two New Zealand-breds shone brightly at the home of North American harness racing over the weekend, taking the thick end of lucrative purses at The Meadowlands, New York.

Heats of the Australasian Breeders Crown series highlighted the Gloucester Park meeting on Monday (July 9).

Classy colt Whipair recorded his ninth win from 19 starts when the Eddie Mahar-conditioned 3-year-old scored at Moonee Valley on Monday afternoon (July 9).

Our Maid Marianne, who won the $100,000 Group 1 Vicbred Super Series Final for two-year-old fillies, run at Moonee Valley, is a Badlands Hanover filly who hails from a family that has distinguished itself by the number of top juveniles it has produced. (July 9, 2007)

After scoring a pocket trip, Drivin' Miss Rudee earned her sixth win of the season in the $10,000 Open I pace for fillies and mares at Rosecroft Raceway on Saturday night.

In a $15,300 division of the Maryland Standardbred Race Fund for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings, Southern Myles took his fifth consecutive stakes race victory on Saturday night at Rosecroft Raceway.

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