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Horse Racing New Brunswick will showcase a total of seven dashes on Saturday afternoon at Exhibition Park Raceway.   In the featured event of the day, Stare Down from the Mike Downey stable has been listed as the favourite in the six-horse field.   Stare Down will leave the gate from post-five in the sixth race feature that will carry a purse of $ 1500. Mike Downey will drive the pacer for owners Ellen Stevenson, Susan Downey and Dr. Mitchell Downey.   Two horses will put race streaks on the line as both Man In Pink ( Mark Haig ) and ROF Samurai ( Sam Hodgin ) enter the race winning their last two races. Other starters are Sparky Bayama ( Lonny Stokes ), Rose Valley ( Mike Campbell ) and Dance Hanover ( Stephen Trites ).   Post time fort the first of seven races is slated at 2:00 P.M at Exhibition Park Raceway.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB        

There is a change atop the standings in the year-long H.R.N.B handicapping contest after week nine action.   Brad MacPherson had a strong week with $ 33.70 earned in the three selected races. He now leads the pack with a grand total of $137.60.   He now leads Rose Doyle who checks in this week with $134.30 while Kayden Buchanan leaps into the top three at $121.40.   This week's individual winner for the most winnings this past week is Kayden Buchanan who led all players with $49.40. He picks up a $ 25.00 H.P.I. prize.   Week 10 will take place this Saturday at Exhibition Park Raceway. Here are the complete standings.   Brad MacPherson 137.60 Rose Doyle 134.30 Kayden Buchanan 121.40 Adam Saunders 113.10 Jenn Ritchie 93.30 Bruce Smith 43.50 Roy Flowers 31.00 Wayne Hubbard 30.50   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Not only was it a scorching day in the beautiful city of Fredericton, the action on the racetrack was hot and fast. Horse Racing New Brunswick presented a solid card of eight races.   Ramblinglily in line to Allan Jones turned in a overpowering, sizzling win of 1:56.4. Norm Leger owns the papers on the four-year-old who sports a record of 1:56.1 taken as a three-year-old.   After the dust had settled, she had romped to over a nine-length victory as she turned aside Sparky Bayama and A Weekend.   Sam Hodgin turned in an impressive day on the track as he guided three winners to victory lane. They included half siblings ROF Peruvian High and ROF Samurai. Both are trained by Zoran Petrovich.   Hodgin's other win came with Spots Shadow in a maiden breaking performance. Racing will now switch to Saint John on Saturday, July 26th at 2:00 P.M.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB    

Week number eight is in the books for the 2014 Horse Racing New Brunswick handicapping challenge.   On the line is a trip for two to the Ontario Sire Stakes super finals later this season.   Things are starting to tighten up on the leader board with Rose Doyle still leading, but Brad MacPherson is making a move as week nine approaches this week in Fredericton.   Rose Doyle leads with $ 118.30 after eight-weeks in the challenge. MacPherson is second at $ 103.90 with Adam Saunders rounding out the top-three at $ 97.10   This week's top money earner was Rose Doyle with a total of $ 21.00 and wins a weekly prize from H.P.I.   As mentioned, week nine will take place at Fredericton this Saturday, July 19th with first post scheduled at 2:00 P.M.   Here are this week's stats:   Rose Doyle 118.30 Brad MacPherson 103.90 Adam Saunders 97.10 Jenn Ritchie 93.30 Kayden Buchanan 72.00 Bruce Smith 34.40 Roy Flowers 28.90 Wayne Hubbard 28.10   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Horse Racing New Brunswick will showcase a total of eight races on Saturday afternoon at Exhibition Park Raceway with first post at 2:00 P.M.   Saturday's feature will be contested as race seven on the program and has attracted a solid field of six pacers.   American Captain, from the high producing Mike Campbell stable has drawn the favourable post-one. He is coming off a win on Canada Day in 1:58.2 for owner Ronald Roy of Fredericton.   Starting from post-two, Sparky Bayama has been listed by the odds maker as the longest shot in the race listed at 8-1 odds. Ramblinglily will be looking for her first win of the season as she leaves from post three for Allan Jones.   J Rs Hurricane will score from the four slot for owner Jean Belliveau of Moncton. Dance Hanover, just shy of the $ 100,000 mark in career earnings will leave post five for the Ultimate Stable.   Rounding out the field is Stare Down from the potent Mike Downey stable. He will have the outside post six to contend with but his early speed should help the pacer.   Latest leg of the year-long handicapping challenge will also be featured on Saturday.   Saturday's free programs will be available for fans and horsemen later this week on the official website of Horse Racing New Brunswick at   by Scott Wadell, for HRNB    

Horse Racing New Brunswick have released the top drivers and trainer numbers so far for the 2014 harness racing season in the province.   Of all drivers in New Brunswick, Mark Haig leads the way going into this Saturday's program at E.P,R. Haig has reined a total of ten winners so far this season at tracks in Saint John and Fredericton.   Todd Trites is sitting with nine trips to the winners circle and two are tied for third place. Mike Campbell and Mike Downey both have five wins on the year in New Brunswick.   In the training category, there are three individuals who have five wins in 2014 as Mike Campbell, Sifroi Melanson and Bob MacNeil. Campbell had a big day on Canada Day as he registered three winners.   Racing will continue this coming Saturday, July 12th at 2:00 P.M.   By Scott Waddell    

Horse Racing New Brunswick are pleased to release the latest standings in their year-long handicapping challenge after week seven.   On the line is a chance to have a paid trip to Ontario for the O.S.S Super Finals and Rose Doyle still stands on top but it's getting much closer.   Brad MacPherson was the top handicapper this past week and has taken over second place. He also picks up a prize, courtesy of H.P.I and H.R.N.B.   Following are the standings that will lead into the eighth week of the competition that will take place, Saturday, July 12th at Exhibition Park Raceway.   Rose Doyle 97.30 Brad MacPherson 89.50 Adam Saunders 81.50 Jenn Ritchie 74.20 Kayden Buchanan 59.00 Roy Flowers 28.90 Wayne Hubbard 28.10 Bruce Smith 16.00   For all the latest info on horse racing in New Brunswick, please visit Horse Racing New Brunswick's website at   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

After six-weeks into Horse Racing New Brunswick's year-long handicapping challenge, Rose Doyle has emerged with a sizable lead in the competition.   Up for grabs is a trip for two to Ontario for the O.S.S Super Finals and Doyle has a lead of $ 24.70. Adam Saunders checks in at second spot this week with Jenn Ritchie rounding out the top-three.   Seventh leg will take place on Tuesday, July 1st at Fredericton Raceway that will also feature the running of the Walter Dale Memorial Pace.   This week's winner of a prize from Horse Player Interactive for most points in week six is Kayden Buchanan. He tallied $ 19.70 in the three race competition.   Following are the complete standings.   Rose Doyle 88.70 Adam Saunders 64.00 Jenn Ritchie 63.40 Brad MacPherson 62.90 Kayden Buchanan 48.70 Roy Flowers 28.90 Wayne Hubbard 28.10 by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Mark Haig continued to hold the hot hands in New Brunswick as he scored a pair of wins at Exhibition Park Raceway on Saturday afternoon.   Haig scored gate-to-wire efforts in back to back races for trainer Mel Land with Joeys Sidekix ( 2:04.2 ) and Lanny ( 2:05.2 ). He now has ten wins in just twenty-seven drives this year and a Fabulous .559 driving average.   In the days main event, Ramblinglily was making her 2014 debut and was involved in a placing after the judges ruled that her driver Allan Jones had caused interference to both J Rs Hurricane and Skippy.   It was originally ruled a dead-heat with Mike Downey's Stare Down but the four-year-old mare was placed back to forth for the interference. For Stare Down it was his first win on New Brunswick soil for the father-son duo of Dr. Mitchell and Mike Downey.   Next live card of racing in New Brunswick will be held on July 1st at Fredericton Raceway as Horse Racing New Brunswick hosts the traditional holiday program.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Ramblinglily, fresh off two qualifiers so far this season, makes her four-year-old debut Saturday at Exhibition Park Raceway.   Horse Racing New Brunswick will play host to an eight-dash program that will include a $ 1500 top-class.   Named Horse of the Year last season at E.P.R, Ramblinglily drew post-two in her seasonal debut. Allan Jones will guide the winner of over $ 76,000 in her last two seasons. In twenty-five lifetime starts, she has only missed the top three on three occasions and sports a record of 1:56.1.   Ramblinglily was bred in New Brunswick by Moncton's Allan Jones and Normand Leger.   She will meet the hottest horse in New Brunswick as J Rs Hurricane will seek his fourth consecutive victory. He was a winner last week in Fredericton and will have Lonny Stokes in the bike.   Other starters in the days feature are Couleur Magnifique, Skippy, and Stare Down. Racing will get underway at 2:00 P.M on Saturday and free programs will be available later on this week on the Horse Racing N.B website at   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB    

J R's Hurricane will headline Saturday afternoon's harness racing program at Fredericton Raceway as part of a nine-dash program.   Horse Racing New Brunswick will host the matinee card at 2:00 P.M and features a small, but competitive group in the $ 1,500 feature.   Owner Jean Charles Belliveau will send two starters to the gate with J Rs Hurricane and stable-mate Sparky Bayama. "Hurricane" has won his last two starts and remains unbeaten in New Brunswick.   Other starters in the top-class are Stare Down ( Mike Downey ), Skippy ( Mark Haig ) and Rose Valley and Mike Campbell.   Meanwhile, driver Todd Trites makes his first appearance at his home track since he recorded his 2,000th career win and will be recognized by Horse Racing New Brunswick on Saturday.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB  

Horse Racing New Brunswick will be hosting a jam packed, action filled race card on Saturday afternoon in Saint John with a number of attractions.   First and foremost, it's "Bring a Friend" to the races card as part of a national initiative to attract new race fans to the sport of racing and the industry.   Everyone involved in racing is being asked to bring in new people for the first-time and there are a number of attractions.   Among the activities will be a free B.B.Q, face painting, bouncy pony races, a play castle for the children and more. There will also be betting vouchers for new fans who sign-up, draws for rides in the starters gate, and accompany a trainer on a double jog cart.   There will also be a tour of the barn area and the S.J.H.H.A invite fans to stay after the live card for a night of entertainment.   Plus, there will be handicapping tips for newcomers, a planned seminar, and a chance to see California Chrome try and become the first triple crown winner in thirty-five years.   Fans will also have the chance to meet drivers and trainers.   This, and seven thrilling races, the fourth leg of the yearly handicapping challenge, and as always admission and parking are free. Join in the national challenge and bring a friend to the races, Saturday, post-time at 2:00 P.M.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB    

After the completion of week three, here are the standings in the year long handicapping challenge hosted by Horse Racing New Brunswick.   This week's winner of an H.P.I $ 25.00 prize is Adam Saunders who totalled $ 29.10 in winnings in the third leg.   Rose Doyle 55.80   Adam Saunders 46.90   Jenn Ritchie 40.60   Brad MacPherson 37.60   Roy Flowers 28.90 Wayne Hubbard 28.10   Kayden Buchanan 22.10   Week four will be held this Saturday, June 7th at E.P.R.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Although many eyes will be on Todd Trites on Saturday at Fredericton Raceway, Horse Racing New Brunswick present an eight-dash card that features a great top-class for $1,500.   There are a total of five horses that will meet in the feature event including one notable newcomer to New Brunswick.   J RS Hurricane will make his debut in N.B on Saturday in the afternoons top class for trainer Jean Belliveau. He has some impressive credentials and will have Mark Haig in the bike in race seven.   Todd Trites will team local favorite Joseph Michael in the group and is looking to redeem himself after a second place effort in Saint John last week. Dance Hanover, Magical Alex and Rose Valley round out the main event.   Saturday's card at Fredericton is at 2:00 P.M and can be viewed on-line and wagered on H.P.I. For more info contact   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB    

Horse Racing New Brunswick have released the up to date standings on the yearly handicapping contest for live racing fans in Saint John and Fredericton.   After two-weeks in, here are the individual standings. Contest will continue this weekend in Fredericton during the live card of racing.   Thanks to all those who have played along and anyone new who wants to enter can do so for a chance to win a trip for two to the Ontario Sires Stakes super finals later this year.   This week's winner of an H.P.I $ 25.00 voucher is Rose Doyle.   Rose Doyle $ 45.50   Brad MacPherson $ 31.50   Jenn Ritchie $ 17.90   Roy Flowers $ 17.80   Adam Saunders $ 17.80   Kayden Buchanan $ 15.80   Wayne Hubbard $ 9.30   For all things racing in New Brunswick, please see our official website at   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Last year's Horse of the Year in Fredericton will make her seasons debut on Saturday at Exhibition Park Raceway in the afternoons top class.   Four-year-old mare Rose Valley, a winner of over $ 40,000 in her three-year-old campaign will have trainer/ driver Mike Campbell in the drivers seat in the seventh race of the day.   Post time is slated for 2:00 P.M for Saturday's program. Rose Valley will have her work cut out for her as she will take on Joseph Michael, a winner this past Monday at Fredericton for Todd Trites.   Other starters in the top-class include Wave That Banner, Grimsby and Magical Alex. Purse of Saturday's top-class is $ 1500.00 and seven races are on the schedule.   Race six on the afternoon will feature three award winners clashing as Claimer of the Year in Saint John Dusty Lane Oscar will engage two top aged pacers in the region in the form of Dance Hanover and American Captain.   For the latest promotions, news, and partnership opportunities with Horse Racing New Brunswick, please visit   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB    

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