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Fan favourite Prodigal Seelster took full advantage of his inside post at Kawartha Downs on Thursday, cruising to his second straight Gold Elimination win in a track record equaling 1:50.4. In the rush away from the starting gate, harness racing driver Scott Zeron maneuvered Prodigal Seelster from Post 2 onto the rail in third as Machal Jackson and Camaes Fellow battled to a :27.1 opening quarter.

Two days after the sophomore colts battle in Gold Series harness racing action, Kawartha Downs fans will get a look at this year's freshman pacing colt crop when 64 youngsters arrive in town Saturday night (August 27) to battle for a total of $192,000 in eight Grassroots divisions.

The stars of the Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing program will shine at Kawartha Downs on Thursday (August 24) as the Fraserville oval welcomes the three-year-old pacing colts for a single $40,000 Gold Elimination.

Ill Be There set a quick tempo at Kawartha Downs on Thursday evening, posting a 1:59.4 victory in the first of seven $24,000 Grassroots divisions for the province's talented harness racing two-year-old trotting colts. In rein to World Driving Champion Jody Jamieson, Ill Be There led the field through fractions of :29.1, :59.4 and 1:30 on his way to the two and one-quarter length victory over Coe Leader and Tymal Stellar.

Kawartha Downs harness racing fans get a second look at the province's two-year-old trotting colt crop as the Fraserville oval hosts seven $24,000 Grassroots divisions on Thursday.

John Campbell is a champion Canadian reinsman. But this J. Campbell is probably not the world famous one you are thinking of. This J. Campbell was born John Brandon Campbell but is also known by his middle name - and just like his $275 million namesake this Campbell is also a better than average harness racing driver.

Local harness racing filly Chandelle kicked off an evening of Ontario Sires Stakes action at Kawartha Downs on Saturday, circling her hometown oval in 2:03.3 to earn her first Grassroots trophy.

Saturday night will be a hectic one at the Kawartha Downs oval for Mark Steacy as the harness racing trainer-driver sends out eight fillies in the second two-year-old trotting filly Grassroots event.

With two colts withdrawing from Thursday's (July 14) Gold Final due to sickness, both freshman trotters on the also eligible list lined up behind the Kawartha Downs starting gate in the sixth race to take their shot at harness racing's prize of $130,000.

Coming off an impressive showing in their Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing debut, the talented two-year-old trotting colts return to Kawartha Downs on Thursday, July 14 for the first $130,000 Gold Final battle of their fledgling careers.

This season's two-year-old trotting colts put on an impressive show in their Gold Series harness racing debut at Kawartha Downs on Thursday evening (July 7). Driver Rick Zeron posted one win and one second, and the veteran horseman was impressed by the talent on display in the season opener.

With the surname Henry - Travis Henry was always destined for a career in harness racing. From the moment he jogged his first horse at the age of seven, Henry junior was injected with the racing bug - and now some 15 years later he is well ensconced in the sport having driven 58 career winners in just one-and-a-half seasons.

Kawartha Downs will be the site of the Gold Series harness racing season opener for the two-year-old trotting colts, playing host to three $40,000 eliminations on Thursday evening (July 7). Trainer John Bax will start two colts over his local oval and the Peterborough resident is hoping Six Bax and Summer Indian put forth a solid effort in their first lifetime starts.

Local trotter Daily Blog earned a Grassroots trophy in his first provincial outing on Saturday evening, eking out a nose victory in his $24,000 division at Kawartha Downs. The three-year-old trotting gelding and harness racing trainer-driver Roger Mayotte closed hard in the stretch to get a nose in front of pocket sitter Here Comes Numbers and claim the 1:59.2 victory.

If three-year-old trotter Meadowview Arty earns a share of the $144,000 in Grassroots harness racing money up for grabs at Kawartha Downs on Saturday evening (june 25), Charlie Reid might be moved to bestow a small token of appreciation on his neighbour Arthur Balson.

On February 3, 2011, the Judges issued Ruling SB 43216 wherein Isaac Waxman was given an interim full suspension pending a hearing in relation to his conduct following race 6 at harness racing's Kawartha Downs, on February 3, 2011.

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