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Millionaire Kenneth J was named the Horse of the Year by U.S. Trotting Association District 8 at the joint Annual Awards Banquet with Harness Horse Breeders of New York State on Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Saratoga Springs Holiday Inn.

The 3-year-old colt pacer Kenneth J won to surpass the million-dollar mark in career earnings when the $1.2 million New York Night of Champions returned to Yonkers Raceway on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Leading New York Sire Stakes driver Jim Morrill Jr. will be a guest on the Sirius satellite radio program “Down The Stretch” on Saturday to discuss the $1.2 million New York Night of Champions at Yonkers Raceway.

Everyone has there favorites: to some it is Hambo Day; or Jug Day; or the Breeders Crown. For me, I like the New York Night of Champions.

Post posittions were drawn today for the 18th editiion of the New York Night of Champions, which returns to Yonkers Raceway Saturday night after a two-year Saratoga sublet.

'Twas the final preliminaries for New York Sire Stakes entities Saturday night at Yonkers Raceway, with seven races comprising two divisions.

A week out from hosting the $1.2 million New York Night of Champions, a pair of statebred divisions invade Yonkers Raceway for seven Saturday soirees.

Entries from major media outlets such as the New York Times and CBS-TV will represent the United States in the International Media Awards, which will be presented at the 2007 World Trotting Conference in Christchurch, New Zealand this coming November.

Over $330,000 will be up for grabs for sophomore pacing colts on Wednesday afternoon, July 11 at Monticello Raceway. And in spite of the event being split into six divisions, still, each is worth $55,412.

Linda Toscano would rather the story was Kenneth J, the colt she will harness in Saturday night’s (July 14) $1 million Meadowlands Pace.

Always A Virgin won his elimination and is now the favorite to win the 31st edition of the Meadowlands Pace. Driver Brian Sears handled him perfectly in the prep and now goes for his second Pace win [Rocknroll Hanover in 2005].

The field for the $1 million Meadowlands Pace emerged from a pair of elimination races on Saturday night. The top five finishers in each $50,000 elimination advanced to the track's signature event next Saturday, July 14.

Tell All will try to become the second horse in three years to win both the North America Cup and the Meadowlands Pace. Rocknroll Hanover did it in 2005.

Put $1 million on the line and there are bound to be fireworks; however, in harness racing, the real explosions are not on the Fourth of July.

Goshen native Brian Magie will head home this Saturday when he sends out the Peter Pan Stable-bred and owned Panedict Arnold in a $15,000 New York Sires Stake division at Historic Track in Goshen.

The top rated sophomore colt pacer Kenneth J gave his many backers a few anxious moments before coming through with a speedy 1:50.4 victory in New York Sires Stakes action on Saturday night (June 23) at Vernon Downs.

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