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Of the 14 freshman pacing fillies heading to Windsor Raceway on Wednesday for a pair of $40,000 Gold Eliminations, five will be making their first harness racing start at the Gold Series level.

Sleep has become a rare commodity in the Zorgwijk Kingpin camp since the two-year-old trotting colt qualified for Sunday's harness racing's $130,000 Gold Final with an impressive elimination win at Mohawk Racetrack last weekend.

Zorgwijk Kingpin scored his first lifetime harness racing victory at Mohawk Racetrack on Sunday evening, delivering an impressive 1:57.1 effort to earn the victor's spoils in the last of three $40,000 Gold Eliminations.

In spite of a track rated one second slower than normal, Ontario's talented three-year-old harness racing pacing colts delivered seven outstanding Grassroots performances at Kawartha Downs on Saturday night.

St Lads Popcorn led from start to finish and fended off a strong challenge from Arts Star to capture the $300,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Super Final for two-year-old filly pacers tonight at Woodbine. Jason Brewer hustled St Lads Popcorn sharply to the front off the gate, while Arts Star, with Mark MacDonald in the bike, stayed hard on Brewer's helmet through fractions of :27.0 and :55.0.

Jason Brewer had the key to Western Fair Raceway's winner's circle grasped firmly in his hand on Saturday evening November 8th, piloting the winners of both the two-year-old pacing filly and pacing colt Gold Finals.

Windsong Eva earned her second straight Trillium Series victory with a late stretch sprint at Windsor Raceway on Wednesday evening. With McGregor resident Don Rankin, Jr. at the helm, Windsong Eva eased away from Post 3 in the first $35,524 Trillium Series split and landed in fourth spot on the rail.

A pair of upset victories - the first by Notjustaprettyface and the second by Special Sweetheart - highlighted Friday night's two $23,000 Three Diamonds eliminations for two-year-old filly pacers at Woodbine Racetrack.

A fast track greeted the fans Friday night at Mohawk, but maybe not quite as fast as Mario Baillargeon was racking up the wins. The Quebec native scored in the 4th, 5th , 9th and 10th races. Two wins came form Mario's brother Ben's stable and one apiece from trainer's B. Wallace and K. Crawford.

St Lads Popcorn and her two-year-old pacing filly peers sweep back into Campbellville on Monday for their second last $120,000 Gold Final. Although three Gold Final trophies already grace the mantle in trainer Jack Darling's Cambridge home, driver Jason Brewer is not taking anything for granted heading into Monday's contest.

St Lads Popcorn continued her winning ways as the heavy favourite while Cheap Motel posted an upset in tonight's pair of $40,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Gold eliminations for two-year-old filly pacers at Mohawk Racetrack.

Second in the Ontario Sires Stakes driver's standings last season, Jason Brewer boosted his 2008 point tally with a pair of Grassroots victories at Georgian Downs on Tuesday evening with three-year-old trotting fillies Fa Mulan and Majestic Style.

It was an exciting finish to another terrific year at Clinton Raceway and the season's closing program made charity the big winner again. Jason Brewer stepped up with wins in the 8th and 9th legs of the ten race drivers' charity challenge to capture the title and a plasma TV.

Ontario Sires Stakes sweetheart St Lads Popcorn kept a firm hold on her Gold Final crown with an impressive 1:52.3 victory in Friday's $120,000 battle at Mohawk Racetrack. After Shacked Up brought the filly's win streak to a halt in last week's elimination round, even trainer Jack Darling wondered if St Lads Popcorn could hold onto the Gold Final mantle she had first claimed at Flamboro Downs on July 18.

Rain did not dampen the sparkle of two-year-old pacing filly St Lads Popcorn as she cruised to her fifth straight victory, and her third over the Rideau Carleton Raceway oval, on Friday night in the capital city.

It's perhaps fitting that a gelding named Camemorative Year helped driver Jason Brewer reach an important milestone on August 16.

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