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Modern Connection posted her second OSS Gold Final victory of the year as she delivered in her harness racing two-year-old filly division at Woodbine Racetrack. Stonebridge Damsel was quickest off the gate from post nine but released Imagine Semalu (Mario Baillargeon) to the lead just as the fillies rolled past the opening panel in :27.2.

Gold Final winners and Modern Art daughters Modern Connection and Lauren met for the first time in the second of two harness racing $40,000 Gold Eliminations at Mohawk Racetrack on Friday, and round one in their heavyweight bout went to Modern Connection.

A pair of Ontario Sires Stakes Gold eliminations for harness racing two-year-old pacing fillies took place tonight at Mohawk Racetrack with Imagine Semalu and Modern Connection finding the winners circle.

Absent since her sweep of the Gold Series harness racing season opener in July, two-year-old pacing filly Modern Connection returns to Ontario Sires Stakes action this Friday at Mohawk Racetrack.

Monday's $130,000 Gold Final at Grand River Raceway saw harness racing driver Doug McNair opt for a radically different strategy than he used to guide Modern Connection into the winner's circle last week, but it proved to be the right decision as the Guelph, ON native and his two-year-old mount sprinted home to a second straight victory.

The first leg of the Town Pro Pacing Series kicked off Tuesday night at Mohawk Racetrack with three harness racing divisions taking center stage. Sweet T An Bobbers upset heavily favored Mcgain N Mcgain in the first $20,000 division with a 1:54.1 final score.

The Joe Seekman trained and Luc Ouellette driven Spirit To Spare won the opening harness racing event at the Woodbine Racetrack this evening (Thursday January 14). The 4-year-old paced the $20,000 mile in 1:54.3.

The storied harness racing racing careers of two of harness racing's greatest pacers, Mister Big and Art Official, will come to a close on Saturday night as they battle eight other top class pacers in the $200,000 American National Stake for older pacers.

It will be a case of "strength in numbers" for Sawgrass Farms and trainer Joe Seekman in tonight's $180,000 American National Two-Year-Old Colt pace as they send out a trio of highly regarded harness racing youngsters in Perrito Caliente, Morgan Shark and Four Starz Trace to square off against six other freshmen.

When can going against your instincts be a good thing? When you find a broodmare that is in foal and you decide to purchase her for $900 and the foal she is carrying winds up turning into a six-figure harness racing earner in her first season on the track.

Indiana Downs closed out the month of October with a bang Saturday evening (Oct. 31) with several close finishes in The Circle City Stakes for 3-year-old trotters and pacers. Southern Rocketop and Annieswesterncard were the only post time favorites to prevail in their respective divisions, as the night was ruled by upset winners.

We Will See, whose dubious work ethic hampered his early races, showed an improved attitude and plenty of speed Thursday at The Meadows as he captured a division of a $135,800 Keystone Classic in 1:52.3, equaling the fastest mark this year by a freshman colt pacer on a 5/8-mile harness racing track.

Art Official, the 2008 Meadowlands Pace winner, wired the field in a prep race for the $500,000 Breeders Crown Pace. Driven by Ron Pierce, Art Official held off Shark Gesture by a nose to win the $30,000 event in a season's best 1:47.4.

Off a 1'49"1 win in his elimination, last year's Ben Franklin runner-up Mister Big has been installed the 7-5 morning line favorite by oddsmaker Matt Rose in this year's $500,000 Ben Franklin final, to be held this Sunday (July 26) at Harrah's Chester Casino and Racetrack.

2008 Meadowlands Pace winner Art Official ($3.00) and 2008 Ben Franklin runner-up Mister Big ($3.80) turned in uniquely impressive performances to clinch their respective eliminations of the third edition of the Ben Franklin on Sunday (July 19) afternoon at Harrah's Chester Casino and Racetrack.

The only pacer to beat harness racing's almost invincible Somebeachsomewhere could end his racing days in New Zealand and Australia. Art Official will race in North America as a 4-year-old this season but at the end of the year could be sold to 'Down Under' interests.

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