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Harness racing fans will not just be treated to world-class racing this Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack as the Woodbine Entertainment Group will host its Customer Appreciation Night.

Mark MacDonald is one tough cookie. Most harness racing drivers would give the game away after breaking every bone in their face which required eight screws and three plates and then having their nose rebuilt. That's not to mention eye and shoulder operations as well.

Twenty-one harness racing two-year-olds made their first qualifying appearances, Friday morning at Mohawk. It was the Blair Burgess-trained Southwind Warsaw who took the first qualifier. Burgess drove the bay trotter, a son of Chocolatier-Win B, in gate-to-wire fashion through fractions of :33.2, 1:04.2, 1:33.4, stopping the clock in 2:02.4.

Just like in her elimination last week, Dreamfair Eternal and harness racing driver Randy Waples used first-over tactics to capture the $372,000 Milton Stakes Final in 1:50.3 at Mohawk Racetrack.

With post nine to his disadvantage in tomorrow nights $372,000 Milton Stakes final, trainer Travis Umphrey is hoping A Ps Money Maker can post a major upset against the best older harness racing pacing mares in North America.

After winning last week's elimination of the Milton Stakes in 1:50.4 for harness racing driver Randy Waples, Dreamfair Eternal will be looking to deliver in the $372,000 final beginning from post three tomorrow night at Mohawk Racetrack.

After failing to find the harness racing winners circle in her last three attempts, Dreamfair Eternal survived a first-over attack and delivered in the solo elimination of the Milton Stakes stopping the clock in 1:50.4.

This Saturday, Mohawk Racetrack will offer another outstanding harness racing card, featuring the $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic which showcases North America's best three-year-old colt trotters.

This Saturday night (September 18) Mohawk Racetrack will offer one of its richest harness racing cards of the year. The $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic will be featured along with the $500,000 William Wellwood Memorial, $466,000 Peaceful Way Stakes and a lone elimination of the Milton Stakes for the continents best older pacing mares.

This Saturday, Mohawk Racetrack will offer one of its finest harness racing cardsof the year. The $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic will be taking place along with the $500,000 William Wellwood Memorial, $466,000 Peaceful Way Stakes and a lone elimination of the Milton Stakes for the continents best older pacing mares.

There will be just one elimination for the Milton Stakes this Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack. The best older pacing mares will in town as part of a lucrative harness racing card which includes the $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic, $500,000 William Wellwood Memorial and the $466,000 Peaceful Way Stakes.

World champion Southwind Tempo turned in an amazing stretch rally to capture the $375,100 Milton Stakes Final for older hrness racing pacing mares on Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack, over a track that was rated as good.

A persistent drizzle put out My Little Dragon's fire tonight, and rival Darlins Delight romped to a six-length victory in the $405,000 Milton Stakes for pacing mares three and up, at Mohawk. Hana Hanover and Randy Waples struck the early lead through a first panel in :26.2, with longshot Soggy Britches (Steve Condren) racing in the pocket, while Darlins Delight, with Yannick Gingras at the lines, stalked the speed from fourth.

At five years old, My Little Dragon is 'bigger and stronger than ever,' says trainer Mike Vanderkemp, and she is aiming to extend her win streak to four in this Saturday's $405,000 Milton Stakes for pacing fillies and mares, three and up.

My Little Dragon fulfilled her 1-5 sendoff by surging to victory in the first of two $50,000 eliminations for the Milton Stakes for pacing fillies and mares three and up, tonight at Mohawk. Heavy favourite, Darlins Delight, did not disappoint in the second of the two Milton Stakes elims this evening, cruising home off a textbook front-end trip to defeat Illusionist and To Helen Back.

Hot on the heels of her devastating two and a quarter length victory in the Breeders' Crown Open Pace, My Little Dragon is preparing to burn up the Mohawk track again in the first of two $50,000 eliminations for the Milton Stakes for fillies and mares aged three and up.

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