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As with harness racing, sometimes when it comes to handicapping it is better to be lucky than good. Such was the case last night in the forty-fourth leg of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs as Ray's Robot clinched the evening's honors as a result of his first race selections.

Trackmaster's Chatsworth Consortium was the top handicapper in leg forty-three of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs by selecting three winners on the ten race program at Vernon Downs grossing $27.50 (ROI of 1.375).

Thursday nights at Mohawk Racetrack was a challenge to Pen and Chip harness racing handicappers alike in HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs, as Bobby Z. was the only handicapper to end up in the black in the forty-second leg of the competition.

TrackMaster has announced the launch of their latest harness handicapping program, TrackMaster HarnessPro. A unique and powerful handicapping tool, it's a combination of all the features found in a sophisticated handicapping program, along with full past performance programs, conveniently presented as a web page based, all-in-one handicapping utility.

As the tempo quickens in HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs, the harness racing contest is starting to tighten.

It was the worst of nights, the best of nights for HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs as you couldn't see a group of harness racing handicappers perform any different on two different nights.

Earl the Pearl continues with his hot streak, winning his four out of five legs of HANA Harness' Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs, by winning the 35th leg of the harness racing contest.

Carey Hobbs (Chief Executive of Taranaki Harness Racing), as well as everybody else involved in harness racing in New Zealand, knows that the industry isn't exactly thriving at the moment.

Earl the Pearl extended his winning streak to three legs of HANA Harness Racing' Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs, before going down to defeat in the nightcap on Sunday at Rideau Carleton Raceway.

Yesterday (Sunday August 19) was Earl the Pearl's birthday and he celebrated it with a victory in leg 31 of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs by having a Win ROI of 1.571 ($44.00) and an Exacta ROI of 1.811 ($101.40).

Ray's Robot took top honors in leg 30 of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs by having a Win ROI of 1.603 ($48.10) on the fifteen race card at Red Shores Charlottetown Saturday night.

It came down to the last race on the Meadowlands' final harness racing card for 2012. More specifically, it came down to a head.

Chip Handicapper Earl the Pearl dominated leg twenty-eight of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs by scoring a Win ROI of 2.005 with gross earnings of $44.10 on the eleven race Confederation Cup racing program at Flamboro Downs by picking the winner of six races.

Think you know horse racing? If so, over the next two months you can take part in The Horses $50,000 Handicapping Challenge. Starting this Saturday, August 11, 2012, qualifying events will take place at Northlands Park's off-track wagering locations. A total of 73 qualifiers will compete for $15,000 in the finals at Northlands Park on October 6, 2012.

Pen Handicapper Scott Alberg took top honors in leg 27 of HANA Harness' The Pen vs. The Chip Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs by scoring a Win ROI of 1.300 with gross earnings of $28.60 in a favorite-laden card at Grand River Raceway.

The 2012 edition of the TrackMaster Harness Handicapping Challenge came to a conclusion this past Saturday (August 4), wrapping up an entertaining couple months of competition.

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