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MILLION Dollar Cam has been once again crowned New South Wales Sire of the Year. The evergreen stallion has won the award twice previously and has plenty of breeding left in him according to Yirribee Pacing Stud co-founder Rod Woodhouse. “He has just had his best year this season for a while which is promising,” said Woodhouse. “He’s been standing at our stud for more than a decade now and while he is healthy and has the desire to breed he’ll keep going. “He is a lovely horse and does a great job. “He doesn’t get a lot of numbers but his average earnings per starter is around $30,000.” Million Dollar Cam was crowned 2017 and 2019 NSW Sire of the Year. Last season his progeny collected $888,563 in stakes with 81 starters and 50 winners. Award criteria: The NSW Sire of the Year is selected based on a Point Score. Stallion must have physically stood in NSW for the two previous seasons (Season of award and previous season). Stallion must have been made NSW Breeders Challenge eligible for the previous two seasons. Only progeny conceived whilst the Stallion Stood in NSW are eligible for inclusion. Progeny conceived with Frozen or Chilled Semen from NSW Registered Stallions standing outside of NSW is ineligible. The formula is as below: Top 10 Stallions are to be selected from the list based on progeny prizemoney earnings. There will be points awarded for total prizemoney, winners to starters and wins per winner. 10 points will be awarded to the leader of each category and subsequent points will be awarded as a ratio to that Stallion's result. All points are added together with the horse that accumulates the most points declared the winner. Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW) is the controlling body for harness racing in New South Wales with responsibility for commercial and regulatory management of the industry including 33 racing clubs across the State.  HRNSW is headed by a Board of Directors and is independent of Government. HRNSW CONTACT:  (02) 9722 6600   HRNSW MEDIA | AMANDA RANDO

The Little Brown Jug winner Million Dollar Cam, who stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW), has made a spectacular start to the new year. He sired winners in three different States last week. Heading the vanguard was Our Mista Kalle, who won at Gloucester Park in 1:57, and Hawk Eye, who notched her first win at the Goulburn Cup meeting in 1:55.6. Other Million Dollar Cam winners were Movin Millions (Temora), who was bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud, Getaloadathisgirl (1:57.4, Redcliffe), Enk Spot Shannon (1:59.3, Bathurst) and the ‘new’ winner Deal Breaker (Leeton). Warrawee Needy, who has served over 110 mares this season, was represented by the runaway Bathurst winner The Grogfather (1:57.8) and, in North America, Need Ur Opinion, who scored in 1:54.2 at Dover Downs, Delaware. Tintin In America, the sire of the 2019 USA Horse of the Year Shartin, left the smart mare Nimah Franco NZ, who made it two for two this season with her 1:54.9 romp at Albion Park, and a ‘new’ winner Rintin (Tamworth).   By Peter Wharton

Jamieson Steele, who won his ninth race at Tabcorp Park Melton last Saturday and has now earned in excess of $100,000, is a six-year-old harness racing gelding expected to graduate far beyond his present rating. The Million Dollar Cam gelding came from a seemingly hopeless position on the home turn to mow down his rivals, tramping his last 800 in 54.7 seconds. The mile rate was 1:54 for 1720 metres. Jamieson Steele was one of six Million Dollar Cam winners over the holiday period. The Yirribee Pacing Stud sire produced a double at Redcliffe with Gina Tarantella, who posted her fifth success on end, and Getaloadathisgirl, together with the Globe Derby Park winner Alimonie, Spirited (Temora) and Isntthatright (Albury). Million Dollar Cam has sired 102 individual winners in Australia to date and progeny earnings of $4.5 million for an average of a creditable $30,300 per starter. Tintin In America, the sire of 2019 USA Horse of the Year Shartin, led in winners on both sides of the Tasman. Nimah Franco NZ, a six-year-old mare, led from end to end in 1:56.1 at Albion Park, while Jack Tar rated 1:58.4 winning his fourth race at Cambridge Raceway, New Zealand. Peter Wharton

Gina Tarantella, a NSW bred daughter of Yirribee Pacing Stud sire Million Dollar Cam, is taking all before her in Queensland. The four-year-old has won four races on end by a combined margin of 130 metres in the space of 17 days! Million Dollar Cam was also represented by the 1:57 Penrith winner Whatta Conk and the Canberra winner Little Pom. Other members of the Yirribee Stud sire roster in Tintin In America, Warrawee Needy and Lombo Pocket Watch also produced winners last week. Tintin In America sired a ‘new’ winner in Nerano (Manawatu, NZ), Warrawee Needy was represented by the Canadian three-year-old filly Wine Tyme, while Lombo Pocket Watch led in the 1:53.4 Menangle winner Timely Sovereign.   by Peter Wharton

The Yirribee Pacing Stud stallions enjoyed spectacular success both on and off the racetrack in the last fortnight. Tintin In America, the sire of reigning USA Horse of the Year Shartin, left winners in three different States headed up by the Albion Park winner Nimah Franco NZ (1:54.8) and the Gloucester Park victor Cavalry Call (1:57.8). The three-year-olds Boston Busker, a winner in a career-best 1:55.4 at Penrith, and Destiny Jane (1:59.4, Redcliffe) were other recent winners sired by Tintin In America. Ultra-consistent sire Million Dollar Cam produced six individual winners across USA, Canada and Australia. The list included Young Cambo, a runaway winner in 1:58.3 at the Blayney Cup meeting, Westernhouse (Bunbury), Seeknyoushallfind (Pinjarra) and the North American winners Its Only Rocknroll, who was bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud and won in 1:52.6 at Pocono Downs, Atomic Million Cam (1:55.6) and Justa Camilion (1:59.2). Warrawee Needy, the former world mile record holder, was represented by a winner at Woodbine Mohawk Park in the three-year-old Elroy Shiner (1:54). Fear The Dragon, whose frozen semen is available at Yirribee, left a couple of high priced yearlings at the Standardbred Horse Sale in Maryland. Twin B Slayer, a colt, fetched $125,000, while the filly Mayport Dragonfly was sold for $92,000. Fear The Dragon had four yearlings sell for an average price of $74,000.   By Peter Wharton

Trois-Rivieres, QC - It will be a homecoming for Atomic Million Am as the former track record holder and four-time Quebec champion returns to the Hippodrome 3R Sunday to take on the best pacers on the grounds in the Preferred Pace. Back in 2014 at the age of three, Atomic Million Am won his first Quebec Champion Final and then returned and won again in 2015 at age 4, 2016 at age 5 and again in 2019 at age 8. Now age nine, Atomic Million Am is still in top form. The Quebec-bred gelded son of Million Dollar Cam has been owned and trained his entire career by Alain Martin of Gatineau. He has 43 career wins and lifetime earnings of $357,000. His lifetime mark of 1:50.3 was taken at age three. This past season Martin has been racing Atomic Million Am mainly at Rideau Carleton Raceway where he sports two wins earlier this season, but has not found the winner's circle in months. For Sunday, Atomic Million Am drew post two in the ninth race feature pace and he will be driven by Sylvain Lacaille. They will race as part of an entry with Martin's Wrangler Cash (post 6) with Pascal Berube in the sulky. They are the 4-1 third choice in the morning line. The favorite in the race is Farmers Tan (post 1) at odds of 5/2 for owner, trainer, driver Carol Voyer of Lac-Kenogami. He has won the Preferred Pace twice in his last four starts. Moving up in class for Sunday's feature is Dreydl Hanover (post 3), who is on a three-race winning streak for driver Samuel Fillion and trainer Yves Tessier. The 10-year-old son of Cam's Card Shark wired the field with ease last week in a 1:55 romp. Another standout in the field is Somewhere Bettor (post 4) for driver Jocelyn Gendron. Somewhere Bettor has won the Preferred Pace twice in his last three starts, coming from off the pace last week to score in an upset 1:55 triumph at odds of 36-1. Rounding out the field are D J Power (post 5) and Hooter Shooter (post 7). The Sunday card also features a Preferred Trot in race six where return winner Capteur De Reve (post 4) takes on rivals Severus Hanover (post 5) and Voodoo Man (post 3). Track record hold Kinnder High Class, who rewrote the track mark for three-year-old trotting fillies with a 1:58 triumph in the $65,000 Breeders Trophy Final at H3R, returns to racing on Sunday in the second race. The lone filly against older trotting mares and horses, Kinnder High Class will be driven by Samuel Fillion. Also in the race are standouts Caroluzzo (post 6) and Holiday Party (post 7). First race post time Sunday is 1:00 pm. For a free race program, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Yirribee Pacing Stud’s Little Brown Jug winning sire Million Dollar Cam sired winners in three different countries last week. Million Dollar Cam was represented by two ‘new’ winners in Australia in Zermatt (1:59, Bathurst) and Little Pom (Canberra), as well as the USA victor Eastend Eddie (1:57, Harrington Raceway, Delaware) and the Canadian winners Arrived Late (1:58.8) and Doc’s Ronhenry (1:59.6). Million Dollar Cam has sired 100 individual winners from 148 Australian-bred starters and they have earned $4.35 million, an average of almost $30,000 per starter! Trittrittbangbang, a three-year-old gelding, continues to carry the flag for new Yirribee Stud sire Renaissance Man in Victoria, winning for the third time from his last five outings at Ballarat. Meanwhile, Tintin In America and Warrawee Needy both sired winners in North America last week. The former was represented by Kiwi Tintin NZ, a winner in 1:52.4 at Plainridge Park, and the latter by the Canadian winner Warrawee Speedy (1:58.8).   by Peter Wharton  

The lightly raced three-year-old Dollarsign became the latest winner for the harness racing Little Brown Jug champion Million Dollar Cam when he emerged successful in 1:57 at Menangle. The gelding tramped his last 800 in 55.9. Former NSW three-year-old filly Didnt I won at her second start in Victoria, leading from end to end at Bendigo at a 1:59.7 rate. She has won five races and $40,000 in stakes. Million Dollar Cam was also represented by the Canadian winners Atomic Million AM (1:53.4) and Vegas Rich (2:00.8). World champion Warrawee Needy was credited with three-year-old winners in USA and Canada over the weekend. Needless To Say, a gelding, won in 1:56 flat at Pocono Downs, Pennsylvania, while Wine Tyme, a filly, scored in 1:58.6 at Hiawatha Horse Park. Ourboybart continued the amazing run of Yirribee Pacing Stud's new sire Renaissance Man when he saluted the judge at a 1:55.1 rate at Pinjarra. Million Dollar Cam, Warrawee Needy and Renaissance stand at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga where Lazarus, Fear The Dragon, Tintin In America and Lennytheshark head a select sire list. By Peter Wharton

The Little Brown Jug winner Million Dollar Cam, who stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW), recently passed the $33 million mark in progeny earnings. The total includes $4 million in Australia. Million Dollar Cam was represented by three winners during the past week and has left 36 individual winners in Australia this season and more than $500,000 in stakes. Recent winners by Million Dollar Cam have been the Yirribee Stud bred gelding Sword And Shield, a winner at Redcliffe in 1:58.3, Isntthatright (1:57.6, Wagga) and the Bathurst winner The Girls Have It. Companion sire Lombo Pocket Watch also weighed in with two important winners last week. The Black Assassin outfinished his rivals at Menangle in 1:54.1 to record his 21st win, while Time Keepa Lombo captured the Riverina Region Championship Consolation at Wagga. A second Yirribee Stud winner for the week was the three-year-old gelding Immortal Bridge, who notched his first win going 1:57.9 at Wagga.   By Peter Wharton

The Yirribee Pacing Stud bred and raised Our Millionaire is proving one of the harness racing success stories in Victoria this season. The four-year-old son of Million Dollar Cam stretched his winning sequence to five with a dominant win in a Metropolitan Pace heat at Melton on Saturday night (December 28). After looping the field in the middle stages, the bay entire reeled off a 56.1 seconds last 800 to win decisively. The mile rate for the 2240 metres was 1:55.6. Our Millionaire has won six of his seven outings this season and nine out of 18 lifetime for $50,250 in stakes. Seddon Dollar, a six-year-old gelding by Million Dollar Cam won his fourth race at Maitland. Scheu Creek, a four-year-old gelding and one of the first crop of Caribbean Blaster, hoisted a fresh lifetime mark of 1:56.7 winning the Marburg To Albion Final at Albion Park. While American Colt NZ, a three-year-old Tintin In America gelding, led most of the way to notch his third win at Gloucester Park. Million Dollar Cam, Caribbean Blaster and Tintin In America are part of the Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster which also includes Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Warrawee Needy and Fear The Dragon. By Peter Wharton                       Sent from Mail for Windows 10          

Tintin In America's harness racing champion daughter Shartin NZ is the overwhelming favourite to defend her USA Aged Mare of the Year crown despite being nosed out in the $US175,000 TV Mare Pace in a stakes record 1:48.6 at The Meadowlands on Saturday night (November 23). Shartin has banked $US982,177 from 15 wins and three seconds from 19 starts this year and took a mark of 1:46 and is clearly the richest and fastest female pacer in North America in 2019. On the home front, Million Dollar Cam's son Dollarbill, who was bred and raised by Yirribee Pacing Stud, completed a hat trick at Albion Park on Friday (November 22), coming from near last to win in a 1:57.6 rate over 2138 metres. The seven-year-old gelding has already won five races this season and boasts 17 lifetime successes Million Dollar Cam took the siring honours at Temora on Saturday night (November 23) with a winning double in Taylors Mill, another product of Yirribee Stud, and Chubbs. Caribbean Blaster was represented by two winners from his first crop on either side of the country last week. Caribbean Jack scored for the sixth time at Young, while Caruba won her third race at Wagin (WA). Tintin In America, Million Dollar Cam and Caribbean Blaster are standing this season at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW), alongside the great Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Fear The Dragon and Warrawee Needy. By Peter Wharton

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Four-time Quebec Champion, Atomic Million AM, returns to the Hippodrome 3R Sunday to headline the ninth race Preferred-Handicap Pace. After spending the last month at Rideau Carleton, Atomic Million AM returns off an impressive wire-to-wire score at Rideau in 1:53.3, his fastest winning time this year. Bred, owned and trained by Alain Martin of Gatineau, Atomic Million AM sports six wins in eleven starts this year. The eight-year-old gelded son of Million Dollar Cam starts from post seven for driver Jonathan Lachance. Atomic Million AM is also tied with Esprit Dequipe, as the winningest horses at H3R this season, each with five wins. It will not be a walk in the park for Atomic Million AM. Also in the field are three return winners, Ufdragons Rocket (post 4), Kinnder Jackson (post 5) and D J Power (post 2). Ufdragons Rocket is on a two-race winning streak, scoring last week at Rideau in 1:55.2. Kinnder Jackson was at his best last week with a 1:54.1 win at H3R and D J Power is moving up in class after a 1:55.3 triumph in the Preferred 3 class. Also, one to always be aware of in the field, is Hooter Shooter in post six for H3R's leading driver, Stephane Gendron. He was second to Kinnder Jackson last week and prior to that has won this class in 1:54.3. Rounding out the field are Appleby Hanover (post 1) and Outlaw Turn N Burn (post 3). Track Notes: This past Friday was the last Friday evening race card for the 2019 season at H3R. Racing will now be every Sunday, post time 1:00 pm, through Sunday, November 3. For a free race program or to watch the races live from H3R, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Atomic Million AM became the fastest harness racing pacer in Quebec this season in scoring his fourth straight win at the Hippodrome 3R on Sunday. Competing in one of three divisions of the Quebec-Bred Series for older horse pacers, Atomic Million AM was sent off as the betting favorite in the second race division for driver Guy Gagnon. Starting from post five, Gagnon shot Atomic Million AM right to the early lead with Kinnder Jackson (Jocelyn Gendron) sitting right on their backs through the opening quarter mile in :26.3 and past the half mile marker in :56.2. Then the action began to heat up as Gendron pulled the pock with Kinnder Jackson and came after Gagnon and Atomic Million AM. Down the backstretch those two raced neck and neck past the three-quarters in 1:25.1 and continued stride for stride to the top of the stretch. It was then that Atomic Million AM showed his back class and dug in down the stretch, pulling away for a one and one-quarter length triumph in 1:54.1. Kinnder Jackson held for second place with C L Art Magic (Daniel Laflamme) third. Atomic Million AM, an eight-year-old gelded son of Million Dollar Cam, it was his fourth win in six starts this year for breeder, owner and trainer, Alain Martin of Gatineau. He paid $3.60 to win. Now tied with the trotter, Sultan D Or, for most wins this season at H3R, Atomic Million AM will now headline the $30,000 Finals of the Quebec-Bred Series at the Hippodrome 3R next Sunday, July 14. A three-time series champion, Atomic Million AM could become the first horse ever to win four series finals. The third race was the first of two division of the Quebec-Bred Series for older pacing mares and former champion, YS Tallia ($2.10) proved to be much the best once again. The five-year-old mare by Western Ideal, driven by Tyler Jones, was an easy winner. She led from start to finish in a romp by six open lengths in 1:55.3. Vee Breeze (Jonathan Lachance) was second with Lune Bleu (Stephane Gendron) third. It was the third straight win and fourth of the season for YS Tallia, who is trained by Michel Allard for owner-breeder Yves Sarrazin of La Presentation. Lit De Rose ($3.90) could not be bested on the front-end in capturing the sixth race second series division for older mares. Driven by Stephane Gendron, Lit De Rose wired the field by one and one-half lengths in 1:56.2. The pocked-sitting Sharkes Summrshandy (Pascal Berube) was second with Miss Rockadali (Guy Gagnon) third. It was the second win in four starts for Lit De Rose. The four-year-old mare by Leader Bayama is trained by Maxime Velaye for owner-breeder Guy Corbeil of Mirabel. Track Notes: Driver Jocelyn Gendron led all on Sunday with a driving double. Live racing resumes on Friday at the Hippodrome 3R, first race post time at 7:00 pm. For more information, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The class of the field and three-time Quebec Series Champion, Atomic Million AM, heads one of the four opening round harness racing divisions of the $267,000 Quebec-Bred Series at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday afternoon. A big change for the series this year is that the series is now open to pacers and trotters ages four and older. Prior to that the series was only open to four and five-year-olds. After three preliminary rounds, the top eight point earners will race in $30,000 finals on Sunday, July 14. Atomic Million AM drew the rail in the second race, the first of two divisions for older horses. With three championships already under his belt, the eight-year-old gelding by Million Dollar Cam is the odds-on favorite to sweep the series and become perhaps the first pacer ever to win four championships. Bred, owned and trained by Alain Martin of Gatineau, Atomic Million AM, Atomic Million AM is the class of the field, having lifetime earnings of $292,405C and a lifetime record of 1:50.3. He gave notice in his last start that he is ready to take on all comers as he wired the field at H3R in 1:56.4 on an off-track (2 seconds). He will be driven by Guy Gagnon on Sunday. The field also features Sports Authority from post three. This gelded son of Sportswriter is coming off a 1:54 second place finish at Tioga Downs in the USA for trainer Marc Major and is now in the barn of Stephane Poullet and will be driven by Melanie Plourde. Other contenders include former Quebec Series champions, HP Patriote (post 2) and Stock (post five), with DJ Power (post four) and SOS Shanghaiavprince (post 6) to round out the field. The fifth race is the second division for older horses and featured is $501,000C career winner McKinney, who is also a former Quebec-Bred Champion. He starts from post three for driver Francis Picard. Now trained by Francis Richard, McKinny ships back to Quebec from Ontario, where he is off to another great season, having already won at Mohawk Raceway in 1:52. He will face Rideau Carleton invaders, Beach Runner A M (post 4) and Majo Lou Beka (post 6), along with Bali (post 1), Kinnder Jackson (post 2) and Rose Run Slider (post 5). The four-year-old and up mares divisions start in the third race where former champions Charleurs Fantasy (post 3) meets up with Lit De Rose (post 6). The race favorite at 5/2 is Skyfall Sena (post 5), also owned and trained by Alain Martin and shows a 1:56.2 score last month at Kawartha Downs. The eighth race is the second mares' division and is headed by YS Tallia (post 5) for driver Stephane Gendron. She is a five-year-old mare by Western Ideal with more than $217,000C in lifetime earnings. She is shipping back to Canada from the USA and is trained by Michel Allard for breeder/owner Yves Sarrazin of La Presentation. Other contenders include Lune Bleu (post 2) and Butterfly BG (post 1). For a free race program for Sunday's ten-race card, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Riveres, QC – Three-time Quebec-Bred Champion, Atomic Million AM, showed he still has plenty of speed at age 8, easily winning the Preferred Pace Sunday at the Hippodrome 3R. Racing over a rain-soaked track labled good with a two-second allowance, driver Marie Claude Auger sent Atomic Million AM right to the front in the sixth race feature. Going to the opening quarter mile in :27.3, the pocket-sitting Windsum Cheyenne with driver Stephane Gendron, pulled the pocket to challenge Atomic Million AM and Auger forced Gendron to take his horse right back into the pocket trip. They raced to the half mile in :57.1 as Outlaw Turn N Burn (Francis Picard) came first-over and despite a valiant effort, was unable to collar the race leader down the backstretch and to the three-quarter mile marker in 1:26.3. Around the final turn, Auger let Atomic Million AM have his head and the gelded son of Million Dollar Cam pulled away from the field in the stretch, winning by four and three-quarter open lengths in 1:56.4. Ufdragon Rocket (Pascal Berube) was second with Windsum Cheyenne third. It was the first win of the 2019 season after three starts for Atomic Million AM. He was bred and is owned and trained by Alain Martin of Gatineau. The bargain of the day at the betting windows was Atomic Million AM going off at odds of 3-1 and paid a generous $8.60 to win. Track Notes: Requested, the winningest horse at H3R last year, gave notice he is back in the hunt again in 2019, winning the Preferred II Pace with ease for driver Jocelyn Gendron in 1:57.3 on the off-track. He paid a generous $12.30 to win. Stephane Gendron led all drivers on Sunday with four winners. Michel Allard led all trainers with two wins. Gendron now leads all drivers at the meet with 12 wins. Isabelle Binet leads the training ranks with 6 wins from her stable. Live racing resumes at the Hippodrome 3R on Friday evening, first race post time at 7:00 pm. For more information, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Harness racing driver Mario Charron stole the spotlight at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday, not only scoring a driving triple over the sloppy track, but his third win came in the feature pace with Atomic Million AM. Charron started off the day capturing the third race with the long shot Winco Jimmy ($25.10), then the fifth race with Onyx V A ($5.90) and capped the day in the eighth race. The eighth race was the Silver Invitational Pace and starting off from the gate was Mister Big Top (Stephane Gendron), who went right to the front with Beach Runner A M (Pierre Luc Roy) grabbing the pocket-seat to the opening quarter mile in :29. Already on the move first-over was Atomic Million AM and Charron, just as they did last week, grinding their way to collar Mister Big Top by the half mile marker in 1:01.3. Atomic Million AM just continued to grind away and cleared to the lead by the three-quarters in 1:32.1 as Mr Mach Jimmy (Stephane Brosseau) who had been second-over, starting to come after the race leader. Atomic Million AM was just too strong in the stretch, winning by one and one-quarter lengths in 2:02.4. Mr Mach Jimmy was second with the lone mare in the field, Rainbow Palace (Francis Picard) third. Now two-for-two since coming back to H3R, it was the third win this year for Atomic Million AM. He is bred, owned and trained by Alain Martin of Gatineau and paid $3.80 to win. He also won the Quebec-Bred Series Finals at age 2, 3 and 4, one of only two horses every to achieve that feat. The seventh race top trot was a real slugfest with Echos Funky Claude (Steeve Genois), Dance Hall George (Mario Charron) and R Rkadabra (Pierre Luc Roy) all vying for the early lead. Parked three-wide, R Rkadabra finally cleared to the lead over Dance Hall George by the opening quarter mile in :29. Then R Rkadabra and Roy led through the half mile in 1:00.2. Then by the backstretch, R Rkadabra started to pull away from the field as Lucky Promesses (Jerome Lombart) came first-over and then Artemis Duharas with Raymond Gingras came charging first-over at the three-quarters in 1:32.4 and was able to collar R Rkadabra around the final turn. Continuing to advance on the race leader, Artemis Duharas and Gingras were able to pull away slowly from R Rkadabra and win by three and one-quarter lengths in 2:05.4. Toga Town (Francis Picard) was third. It was the third win this year for Artemis Duharas, a four-year-old mare by Andover Hall, who is trained by Manon Levasseur and owned and bred by Haras De L Estrie of Dunham. She paid $7.30 to win. Track Notes: The three-year-old trotter, Bastino, showed his heels to older rivals once again Sunday. It was his fourth straight win at H3R and fifth victory of the year for trainer/co-owner/co-breeder Eric Gnocchini of Saint-Sebastian. Live racing resumes next Sunday with first race post time at 12:30 pm. For more information, visit From the Quebec Jockey Club    

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