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The fastest freshman so far this harness racing season is the Cosmo 'Sam' DePinto-trained I Fought Dalaw and on Thursday morning, the pacer will venture to Ontario from New Jersey to compete in his $113,892 division of the Nassagaweya Stakes at Mohawk Racetrack on Saturday evening. The son of Western Ideal-In For Life is undefeated in four career appearances, boasts a mark of 1:50.4 and is good for $111,600 in rookie earnings.

Two-year-old pacers will converge on Mohawk Racetrack this Saturday evening for a heavily staked harness racing card. Three divisions of the Nassagaweya Stakes for colt pacers and two divisions of the Eternal Camnation for fillies headline the night, with 45 of the best rookie pacers on the continent going head-to-head.

New Jersey-based harness racing trainer Cosmo 'Sam' DePinto has two of the top pacers in the country in 2-year-old colt I Fought Dalaw (4-4-0-0, $111,600) and 4-year-old horse We Will See, winner of almost $1.5 million lifetime and winner of the $500,000 Ben Franklin on July 3 at Harrah's Chester and a $174,250 US Pacing Championship division at the Meadowlands on August 6. Those two represent fully 25 percent of DePinto's eight-horse stable, based at Showplace Farm.

There will be four Metro Stakes eliminations taking place this Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack along with three She's A Great Lady Stakes eliminations and just one Canadian Pacing Derby elimination for a very big weekend of harness racing stake eliminations.

Due to a power outage this past Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack, four harness racing stakes races were competed on Monday night (August 23) in a non-wagering event before the regular card. A pair of Nassagaweya Stakes and Eternal Camnation Stakes divisions were contested.

Harness racing fans will be delighted Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack as the nation's best rookie racers will be in town. Three divisions of the Nassagaweya Stakes for rookie colts will be contested along with three divisions of the Eternal Camnation Stakes for freshman fillies.

Just like their distaff counterparts in the Eternal Camnation stakes, unbeaten harness racing favourites swept all three divisions of the $134,892 Nassagaweya Stakes, for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings, tonight at Mohawk.

With a few starts under their belts, the season's two-year-old harness racing pacing stars are beginning to emerge from the firmament, and the Nassagaweya Stakes on Saturday night at Mohawk will give them some time to shine.

Straight Shooting aimed for the finish line with deadly accuracy in the second of two $193,100 divisions of the Nassagaweya Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts tonight at Mohawk.

Shipps Xpectancy, with driver Randy Waples, pulled off a bit of a shocker Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack, cruising to a three and one-half length win over heavily-favoured Well Said in the first division of the $194,600 Nassagaweya Stakes for two-year-old pacers..

The $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic is the marquee event this Saturday's star-studded race card at Mohawk, but two $190,000+ flights of the Nassagaweya Stakes will give race fans a chance to catch some emerging two-year-old pacing stars, as well.

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