Marlborough, Ma. --Plainridge trotter A Megabuck is making his presence felt at the 'Ridge.' After three mediocre starts in open company, he responded Tuesday with his stylish come from behind stretch burst to defeat his six rivals in a $3,000 event. Owned and driven by Donald Gaudette and trained by Nancy Gaudette of Winchester, N.H.,their trotter now has son six of his last eight starts and banked more than $150,000 during his career. Plaintalk: Ater this month (July), the August racing schedule programs will be run on Monday, Tuesday snd Saturdays. Post time will be 4 p.m. (Est.). The first Saturday race card will be run August 3. By Jack Ginnetti dona
It doesn't happen very often when a horseman is cited twice in a two week span, but it did over the 4th of July weekend to harness racing driver Heath Campbell at Scarborough Downs.
Don Guidette Jr.'s trotter A Megabuck is climbing the harness racing trotting charts at Plainridge Race course.
The pride of Hudson, Mass., former Gov. Argeo Paul Cellucci, died Saturday (June 8) at his home.
Harness racing driver- trainer John Sears made the local history books Memorial Day, guiding Premium Bliss, at odds of 280-1 to the winners circle at Plainridge Racecourse.
The young and racing's elder stateman put on an offensive driving skills Thursday at Plainridge Racecourse.
The chase is on at Plainridge Racecourse as the top five drivers are just a whisker apart at the meets early stage.
Former Marlborough Postmaster Ernest Winske who raced several harness horses over the years, died yesterday (May 15) after a lengthy illness.He was 86.
For the third time in just four starts, John Hogan's Panamanian wired the field Monday at Plainridge Racecourse.
It didn't take long for the New England Amateur Harness Racing Drivers Club and Plainridge to do their share with a contribution to Boston's One fund.
No one has to tell harness racing driver Steve Nason where to find the winner's circle. Here's been making a habit of being there often at Plainrdge Racecourse and Scarborough Downs.
Embriodery Unlimited has produced three T-shirt designs supporting Boston's on going Patriots Day (April 15) bombing explosion.
Plainridge Racourse went to post on Monday, (April) 15) for its 15th harness racing opener.
The New England Chapter of U.S. Harness Writers voted at their recent annual meeting to donate $500 toward a fund to find a cure for ALS, better known as Lou Gehrics disease.
The Bay State will offer a trifecta of great events on Monday (April 15) that's tough to beat. It begins with the 117th running of the Boston Marathon where thousands will gather at the start in Hopkinton, and then undergo the 26.2 mile journey to Boston.
The future of harness racing is in the hands of the Massachusetts Gaming Commisssion. Plainridge Racecourse hopes it will be awarded the state's only slot license. Three other suitors have come forward.