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Hiawatha Horse Park will wrap up its Ontario Sires Stakes season on Thursday evening with a slate of five $24,000 Grassroots divisions for the two-year-old pacing colts. Making his second harness raing start in the provincial program is local colt L H Lil Count, who gets Post 2 in the sixth race.

It was the 'Bruce Richardson' harness racing night at Hanover Raceway. The 39 year old Arthur resident won a total of six of the eleven races. The six wins moved Richardson into first place for wins this season at Hanover with forty three.

Trainer Bob McIntosh and driver Brad Forward joined forces on Thursday evening to land a pair of three-year-old harness racing pacing fillies in the winner's circle at Hiawatha Horse Park.

Aberarder Emsfame makes her harness racing provincial debut at Hiawatha Horse Park on Thursday evening, and trainer Dwayne May is hoping the three-year-old pacing filly finds the Grassroots company to her liking.

Driver Brad Forward led the Canadian drivers to a victory over their U.S. counterparts, the colts beat the fillies in the Battle of the Sexes, and The Ripe Oranges won the Ultimate Band Challenge on the second night of the 2009 harness racing Adrenaline Festival, held at Hiawatha Horse Park Friday night (Aug. 21).

A four-day event comprising harness racing, rock n roll and ribs highlights the 'Adrenaline Racing Festival' which kicked off on Thursday (August 20) at Hiawatha Park. Festival organiser Mark Hetherman said as well as racing - bands, a karaoke and a rib-fest would highlight the Festival.

Severe weather over the western Ontario area Thursday (Aug. 20) afternoon caused some tense moments for organizers of the inaugural Adrenaline Fest at Hiawatha Horse Park, but cleared out just in time for a great night of harness racing, live bands and dancing at the Sarnia oval.

Terry Kerr picked up a catch drive aboard two-year-old trotting filly Oaklea Samantha on Thursday evening, and the Sarnia resident engineered a perfect tour of the Hiawatha Horse Park oval for the youngster.

Dan Diebold knows that two-year-old trotters don’t always figure things out on their first try, so the Sarnia resident was delighted that Hasty R qualified in time for Thursday's Grassroots event at Hiawatha Horse Park.

Talk about having a good harness racing weekend in the sulky. Amateur driver Kelly 'Sky' Walker couldn't have had a better one than he did this past weekend when he competed at the two racetracks in Canada which staged races for the members of the C.K G. Billings Amateur Drivers.

The Ontario Racing Commission is circulating an application for an amendment to the 2009 approved race date schedule at Hiawatha Horse Park and will receive comments on the application from interested industry participants before making its decision on the application.

If pretty is as pretty does, then three-year-old trotting filly Paidmedorayme looked awfully good touring around Hiawatha Horse Park on Thursday evening in the last of eight $24,000 Grassroots divisions. Heading into Thursday's contest trainer Darryl Laver said Paidmedorayme is not the most elegant trotter, and that she is always on the verge of pacing.

Hiawatha Horse Park fans will have an opportunity to see some of Ontario's finest trotters in action this Thursday, July 2 when the Sarnia oval plays host to eight Grassroots divisions for the sophomore fillies. Among the fillies preparing for the second Grassroots event of the 2009 season is Paidmedorayme, and trainer Darryl Laver says the filly will be easy for fans to spot.

Standardbred Canada today announced a multi-year initiative to help re-energize horse racing across Canada through the launch of Adrenaline - Canada's Racing Festival.

Another $100.000.00 bucks came out of the OSS program Thursday night in Sarnia, as five division's of 3yr old pacing colts went post ward for $20,000.00 a pop. This is the last of The Grass Roots racing to take place in the regular season for this bunch of colts. From here it's on to the eliminations for the 'Root Series Finals.'

Giddy Up Lucky wrapped up the Grassroots regular season with a flawless record of three wins in three starts after capturing his $20,000 division at Hiawatha Horse Park on Thursday evening.

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