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The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association and The Meadows Racetrack & Casino are once again coming together to host a 'Pink Out' event to benefit Magee Women's Hospital (Pittsburgh) Breast Cancer Research Foundation this Wednesday October 31st.

Due to anticipated weather issues related to Hurricane Sandy, the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association and The Meadows Racetrack and Casino have moved the Racing Under Saddle (RUS) event to November 7.

The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association, in conjunction with The Meadows Racetrack & Casino, announces that a special Racing Under Saddle event will be held next Wednesday night, October 31. The harness racing draw for it will be held on Monday, October 29.

The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association will host the 2012 Pennsylvania Fair Finals this Saturday night, October 13 at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino. Eight $20,000 final will be contested, featuring the top point-earners from the circuit's 20-stop summer harness racing series.

Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for 3-year-olds were featured on the final day of harness racing on the PA Fair Circuit for the season, at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds.

Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for two-year-olds were featured on a rainy harness racing day at the Columbia County Fairgrounds in Bloomsburg, PA on Wednesday (September 26).

Bloomsburg Stakes for sophomores were featured at the Columbia County Fairgrounds in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania on Tuesday morning (September 25). In the $5,846 colt trot, Trustworthy Kid was a winner in 2:04.2 for harness racing trainer Boots Dunn and driver Roger Hammer. The SJ's Caviar gelding won by four lengths for the Dunn Stable.

The final stop on the Pennsylvania Fair Circuit, the Bloomsburg Fair in Columbia County, kicked off four days of harness racing on Monday (September 24).

Todd Schadel picked up four harness racing victories on his home track as the Pennsylvania Fair Circuit visited the Gratz Fairgrounds in Dauphin County, PA, near Harrisburg.

The 145th edition of the Great Stoneboro Fair featured a 14-race harness racing card for freshmen on Friday (August 31) in Northwestern Pennsylvania.The Quaker Stake for trotters opened the card, and Southern Gal (Pinetucky) picked up her first career win, scoring in 2:10 on her hometrack for owner, trainer and driver Charlie Crouser.

Bedford harness racing driver Roger Hammer had the hot hand on the Pennsylvania Fair Circuit on Wednesday (August 29), driving five winners on an eight-race card at the Erie County Fair in Wattsburg. The Dunn Stable and trainer Boots Dunn dominated the day's first two races, PA Sire Stakes for sophomore trotters.

Two year olds were in action at two harness racing venues in Pennsylvania on Tuesday (August 28), with drivers Wayne Long and Roger Hammer enjoying successful afternoons.

Harness racing returned to the Indiana County Fairgrounds in Indiana, PA on Monday (August 27), with eight PA Sire Stake races.

The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association, in conjunction with the Meadows Racetrack & Casino, supported the track's Mini-Relay For Life on Thursday evening (August 23) to benefit the American Cancer Society.

The third day of harness racing at the Crawford County Fairgrounds in Meadville, Pennsylvania brought the return of Walter "Boots" Dunn to the bike, and at age 82, he proved that he can still get the job done. Dunn, a longtime USTA Director and the winningest amateur driver in the sport with more than 1,150 career wins, went wire-to-wire in an overnight non-winners pace, catch-driving SJs American Girl to a 2:13 victory.

A large harness racing crowd was in attendance for the first day of racing at the Dayton Fairgrounds in Dayton, PA to watch the two-year-olds in action.

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