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Auckland Reactor's long-time strapper and best mate, Jeremy Young has revealed that American harness racing star, Brian Sears will drive the former Kiwi pacer in 2010 - starting with a North American Qualifier at the Meadowlands this Thursday (April 29).

The near mythical status acquired by Auckland Reactor in New Zealand may become reality here in the United States next Thursday (April 29), when the enigmatic son of Mach Three - Atomic Lass will not only set foot onto a racetrack in the Northern Hemisphere for the first time, but will also look to qualify.

Two weeks out from his first North American Qualifying Trial former New Zealand harness racing star Auckland Reactor is receiving state-of-the-art treatment via regular visits to the hyperbaric chamber.

Auckland Reactor, New Zealand's Horse of the Year in 2009 and winner of nearly $1 million in 25 victories, is nearing the debut of his U.S. harness racing career. Trainer Kelvin Harrison, a New Zealand native who has trained in the U.S. for decades, is prepping the son of Mach Three for a 2010 campaign in North America at Magical Acres in central New Jersey.

'Sensational'! That's how Clarksburg trainer Kelvin Harrison described Auckland Reactor today (Wednesday). Speaking from his New Jersey stable he said the former 'Down Under' harness racing star had adjusted perfectly - adding he couldn't be better.

Auckland Reactor, former Harness Horse of the Year and Auckland Cup winner in New Zealand, arrived in the United States last Wednesday (Feb. 3) to prepare for a summer race schedule with nary a bump in the journey. Just one problem - he's a bit chilly.

Harness Racing New Zealand's loss is the United Trotting Association's gain. Auckland Reactor's quest to become the fastest pacer on earth started in South Auckland New Zealand early this afternoon (Monday Feb. 1) with his departure to the United States. Harnesslink was the only media present to farewell the champion.

One should never be presumptuous when predicting 2-year-old winners especially juveniles who have yet to meet quality race-day opposition, but one can't help but think that former New Zealand and now New Jersey based trainer Kelvin Harrison is on to something special with Arts Last Stand.

Former dual Group 2-winner Mr Bojangles has been sold to Ontario owner John Feilding and will do his future racing in North America.

Kelvin Harrison was enjoying a few days in Augusta, Georgia, last week, playing some golf and watching the world’s best players in the Masters. The New Zealand native would not be able to see which golfer would claim the green blazer in person, however.

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