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Atlantic Sires Stakes two and three-year-old trotters will invade Inverness Raceway on Wednesday evening. Two divisions of each age category will take to the Inverness harness racing oval in a final attempt to earn points this season.

Two Atlantic Sires Stakes pacing fillies took new lifetime marks during the Wednesday evening (August 8) card of harness racing at Inverness Raceway.

Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old pacing fillies were in fine form at Inverness Raceway on Sunday afternoon (August 5). Ruby Vance captured the first of three 'A' division events with Gilles Barrieau in the bike in a time of 1:59 for owner Wayne MacRae of Fall River, NS.

Junebugs Baby with driver Greg Sparling holding the lines captured the first of two Atlantic Sires Stakes "A" division harness events at Inverness Raceway on Sunday afternoon (May 27). The three-year-old pacing colt crossed the finish line in 2:00.3 for owners Fraser Turnbull of Dominion, NS and John Turnbull Jr. of Glace Bay, NS. Coming home second was Mr Thompson and driver Mike Stevenson and third was Paradise Station and Redmond Doucet.

Opening day at Inverness Raceway will feature the Atlantic Sires Stakes harness racing three year-old pacing colts on Sunday afternoon.

The Atlantic Sires Stakes two-year-old pacing colts were the harness racing highlight at Inverness Raceway on Sunday afternoon (September 11).

Majian Dillon with James Ripley in the bike won the lone two-year-old Atlantic Sires Stakes event at Inverness Raceway on Wednesday evening taking home the winner's share of the $12,800 purse. The chestnut harness racing gelding is owned by Marylea Ripley of Amherst, NS.

Atlantic Sires Stakes for harness racing two and three-year-old trotters will take centre stage at Inverness Raceway on Wednesday evening, as large purse pools are up for grabs.

The Atlantic Sires Stakes two-year-old pacing fillies put on an impressive show at Inverness Raceway and were a highlight on the Wednesday evening (August 10) card of harness racing. Malabrigo and driver Marc Campbell captured the first of two $9020 "A" division events in a time of 2:00.3 for owner Greenoaks Farm of Mississauga, ON.

Ryan Campbell knows only too well about the reality of harness racing in Nova Scotia. He is a young man with a wise head on those 25-year-old shoulders of his. He loves driving, he loves horses, he loves Nova Scotia - but he also realises that to make a decent fist of life in the Maritimes he has to have another job to support his passion for harness racing.

Some people have a knack of achieving things when others find the going a bit tough. That's not the case with Nova Scotia harness racing trainer-driver Myles Heffernan. In fact it's no 'knack' for the 44-year-old - it's simply natural ability.

Don't you worry about good ole 'Trapper Mac'! The Inverness native is still racking up winners like a harness racing driver a third of his age. 'Trapper' is 63-year-old Alex Macquarrie - the Cape Breton Islander who has notched up 1,065 career winners and racked up a further 143 more as a trainer.

If ever a woman was tailor-made for a harness racing job then it's Lynne MacLennan. Not only is the 44-year-old Nova Scotian a qualified journalist but she has also loved and been immersed in the industry for as long as she can remember.

Putnams Power started off the Maritime stakes harness racing season in fine fashion by capturing first place honors in one of two Atlantic Sires Stakes "A" division events at Inverness Raceway on Sunday afternoon (May 29).

The 2011 Maritime harness racing stakes season will launch on Sunday afternoon, as Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old pacing colts from across the Maritimes meet for competition at Inverness Raceway.

We are declining to endorse a proposal for a Racino, however, government will continue to work with the harness racing industry to support this rural industry that is so important to so many communities throughout Nova Scotia, Wilson said.

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