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TORONTO, January 14 - Modern Legend became harness racing's newest millionaire with a 1:50.4 victory in Saturday's $34,000 Preferred at Woodbine Racetrack. The Dave Drew trainee was able to reach the career milestone by capitalizing off a second-over steer from driver James MacDonald. Modern Legend was able to power by American Virgin, who had led the field from the start, in the stretch to get the job done by a neck. Company Man finished third, while Nickle Bag was fourth. A nine-year-old son of Modern Art, Modern Legend has been a top performer for several years on the WEG Circuit and scored his biggest victory to date in the 2014 Canadian Pacing Derby at Mohawk Racetrack. Modern Legend recently returned from an 18-month layoff in December and the Drew trainee appears on the right path to returning to competition against the older pacing heavyweights. Saturday's victory gives Modern Legend, who has a career mark of 1:47.2, 23 wins from 71 career starts. He paid $5.80 to win. Mark McKelvie

TORONTO, January 6 - After a short holiday break, the Standardbreds are set to get back to action and start a new harness racing season Saturday night at Woodbine Racetrack. A strong 12-race card will launch the 2017 Woodbine Entertainment Group racing season Saturday beginning at 7:30 p.m. The feature event on the season-opening card is the $34,000 Preferred Pace, headlined by top older pacers Modern Legend and Nickle Bag. Modern Legend, the 2014 Canadian Pacing Derby champion, recently returned to the racetrack after an 18-month layoff. The Dave Drew trainee was able to get one start in before the end of the year and certainly made the most of it with a stunning 1:49.4 victory on December 17. Now a nine-year-old, Modern Legend will have an opportunity to reach a career milestone in Saturday's Preferred, as the Drew trainee sits just $13,675 away from $1 million in career earnings. James MacDonald will drive Modern Legend in Saturday's seven-horse Preferred and the duo will start from post position four. The $34,000 feature event is carded as Race 3. The driver and trainer standings restart from zero on Saturday evening, but Sylvain Filion and Richard Moreau have a good chance to jump back into their usual spots at the top of the leader board. Filion is listed to drive in all but one of Saturday's 12 races, while Moreau will send out 10 starters on the card. The dynamic duo will team up six-times throughout the night. Saturday's season-opening card features all the familiar wagering options, including the $40,000 Pick-5, $50,000 Early Pick-4 and the Jackpot Hi-5, which starts from scratch on the evening's final-race. Following Saturday's card, live racing will be held every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday during the Woodbine Winter meet. Post time each night is 7:30 p.m. Click here to download a program for Saturday's card.   Mark McKelvie

ELORA, ON - Bob McClure has been circling Canada's biggest harness racing title for the past few years, inching closer to the top of the driving ranks. In 2016, he captured not only the winning statistics, but also a prestigious award nomination. The 26-year-old reinsman from Elora, ON secured his first national title in 2016, winning 576 races while earning driving titles at Flamboro Downs, Grand River Raceway and Georgian Downs. He drove 2,418 horses to purse earnings of $3 million. It was just his eighth year as a professional driver. McClure surpassed 1,000 career wins during 2016, and on several occasions scored four, five or six wins during a 10-race card. He currently sits at 1,436 wins and $8.1 million in purse earnings. "As much as I'm looking forward to 2017, I can't see how it could top this year," says McClure. "I've been so lucky, and I have to admit, I'm sad to see the season come to an end. I'm really thankful to all the grooms, trainers, owners, racing fans and everyone else that made it an unforgettable year." At the end of this month, McClure will vie for his first O'Brien Award for Driver Of The Year. The O'Brien Awards celebrate the absolute best in harness racing over a given year. They are the highest honour the sport bestows upon its heroes in this country and the winners are decided by a panel of voters consisting of media, racing publicists and race secretaries. McClure is up against veteran driver Sylvain Filion, a three-time O'Brien Award winner. The gala awards ceremony takes place on January 28 at The Meadowvale Hotel in Mississauga, ON. McClure and his partner Jody Howard and their one-year-old son Ryder moved to Elora in 2015. The location is central to the many tracks where McClure plies his trade, including those in Elora, Dundas, London, Clinton, Innisfil and Campbellville. 2016 Grand River Raceway Driving Champion - Bob McClure Kelly Spencer  

TORONTO, December 26 - The Father-Son team of Gregg and Doug McNair were the stars of the show on Monday's abbreviated Boxing Day harness racing card at Woodbine Racetrack. Mild temperatures and consistent rain took a toll on the racing surface throughout the card, which forced officials to cancel the final three-races due to unsafe track conditions. However, the $35,400 Valedictory and $33,400 Niagara Series finals were both contested before the cancellation. Senior K delivered a gritty effort to win the Valedictory final for Team McNair. The three-year-old gelded son of Bettor's Delight shot off cover in the stretch and paced through the sloppy conditions to score a narrow victory by a head over Awesomeness in 1:54.3. Owned by Keith Waples, Senior K now has three wins in 13 starts this season and increased his 2016 earnings to $50,650 with the Valedictory score. He paid $13.80 to win. Senior K Senior K's Valedictory victory added to a big day for the McNair's. Gregg McNair sent out three horses on the card and all three visited the winner's circle, while Doug recorded a driving Grand Slam by capturing four of the nine races contested. The Niagara Series final for three-year-old pacing fillies saw Jimbelina complete a sweep of the series by scoring a four-length victory in Monday's $33,400 final. The Rene Bourassa trainee was fired out of the ten-hole and directly to the front by driver Sylvain Filion. It was lights out from there, as Jimbelina scooted around the sloppy oval for an easy 1:57 victory. Owned by Roland Trudel, Jimbelina is now a 10-time winner this season following her Niagara score. The Bourassa trainee improved her record to 10 wins in 19 starts and her seasonal earnings to $70,580 with Monday's score. Jimbelina paid $3.30 to win. Jimbelina Three-year-olds that were non-winners of $60,000 lifetime as of October 31, 2016 were eligible for nomination to the Valedictory and Niagara Series. Monday's Boxing Day card was the final card of live racing at Woodbine for 2016. Live racing resumes Saturday, January 7at 7:30 p.m.   Mark McKelvie

London, December 23, 2016 -- Friday night's 16-race Super Card at The Raceway at Western Fair District produced an all-time record handle as harness racing patrons pushed $765,685 through the mutuel windows. That total eclipsed the previous high of $697,000 which was set on December 23, 2014. "A big thank you to the horseplayers who support our product all season and to our horsemen for supporting the entry box the way they did tonight with that number of races," said Director of Racing Greg Blanchard. "Our track crew had the oval in fantastic shape and we couldn't have asked for a better way to wrap things up here before the short Christmas break." The program was bolstered by a trio of $10,000 Guaranteed Pool Pick-4 wagers and an added Super Hi-5. The Raceway will be dark for December 23rd and 24th but will be back in action with the traditional Boxing Day program on Monday, December 26th, beginning at 1:15 p.m. There is limited seating available for the brunch that day and reservations can be made by calling 519-438-7203 (ext. 252). Greg Blanchard

TORONTO, December 23 - Harness racing horseplayers flooded to the windows and wagered more than $2 million into the Jackpot Hi-5 for the mandatory payout Friday night at Woodbine Racetrack. A significant carryover of $548,396 was brought into Friday's mandatory payout. Horseplayers threw their money down attempting to score a nice holiday payday and wagered $2,081,441 of new money into the Jackpot Hi-5, bringing the total pool, including carryover, to $2,629,837. Six-year-old pacer The Rev and driver Doug McNair crossed the wire first at odds of 3/1 to win the Jackpot Hi-5 race. A $0.20 winning ticket with the correct combination of 6-4-11-7-1 returned $4,842.70. The top-five finishers were: 1st: #6 The Rev (Doug McNair) 3/1 2nd: #4 Electric Western (Mario Baillargeon) 10/1 3rd: #11 Regal Son (Chris Christoforou) 8/1 4th: #7 Half A Billion (Jody Jamieson) 20/1 5th: #1 A Cool Card (James MacDonald) 23/1 The Jackpot Hi-5 requires horseplayers to select the top-five finishers in order. The minimum wager is $0.20 and the takeout is 15 per cent. Friday's mandatory payout on the Jackpot Hi-5 was the first offered since earlier this season on June 18th at Mohawk Racetrack. Outside of the Jackpot Hi-5, horseplayers were active throughout the entire Friday evening card. Multi-leg wagers were popular, as $75,216 was wagered on the Early Pick-4, $62,970 on the Pick-5 and $55,815 on the Late Pick-4. The total handle for Friday's 12-race card was $4,704,527. Live racing resumes at Woodbine on Boxing Day (Monday) with a 12-race matinee card beginning at 1 p.m.   Mark McKelvie

TORONTO, December 23 - Christmas spirit is in the air and so are dollar signs heading into this weekend's jam-packed harness racing action at Woodbine Racetrack. A deep 12-race card, featuring the Jackpot Hi-5 mandatory payout, will start the Christmas weekend tonight at the Toronto oval, while a 12-race matinee card, featuring the Valedictory and Niagara Series, will wrap up the holiday weekend on Boxing Day (Monday). Horseplayers with some last minute shopping to do may have lots of extra coin to spend on Christmas Eve following tonight's Jackpot Hi-5 mandatory payout. A massive carryover of $548,396.96 is being brought into tonight's Jackpot Hi-5 and a total pool of $2 million is a possibility. A competitive field of 12 overnight pacers will battle in the Jackpot Hi-5 race. Travis Cullen trainee Paparazzi Hanover is the slight 4/1 morning line favourite from post position eight. Each horse in the Jackpot Hi-5 race will receive a share of the boosted $24,000 purse, as horses finishing sixth through 12th will receive 1%. While all eyes will be locked the Jackpot Hi-5, the $30,000 Mares Preferred will likely be the sight of a milestone. Brent Vincent's eight-year-old pacing mare Waasmula is less than $2,000 away from reaching $1 million in career earnings. The Bruce Goit trainee will be making her 127th career start Friday. Waasmula has been a staple of the WEG Mares Preferred in recent years and has made 108 starts on the WEG Circuit throughout her six-seasons on the track. The daughter of Million Dollar Cam is the 3-1 second-choice in Friday's feature race and will be leaving from post-eight with regular driver Trevor Henry. The Mares Preferred is carded as Race 10. Woodbine Racetrack will be dark on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but harness racing will return Monday afternoon for the annual Boxing Day matinee. The 12-race matinee card will be highlighted by the $35,400 Valedictory Series final and $33,400 Niagara Series final. The top-two choices in Monday's Valedictory final for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings will leave from opposite ends of the starting gate. Goit trainee Lyons Sands is the 3-1 morning line choice from post-one, while Ryan Maxwell student Awesomeness is 7-2 on the morning line from post-ten. Both Lyons Sands and Awesomeness captured second leg divisions of the Valedictory last Saturday. J Harris will drive Lyons Sands, while Randy Waples will be at the controls of Awesomeness. The first round of the Valedictory featured a pair of upset winners and both of those sophomores will need to repeat as underdogs to take the series finale. Dreamfair Mesa was a 7-1 winner in the opening leg and starts from post-six Monday, while Dragon Strikes, who was a 19-1 stunner in the first round, starts from post-eight. The Valedictory is carded as Race 5 on Monday. A series sweep is a possibility in the Niagara Series final for three-year-old pacing fillies, but Jimbelina will have to overcome post-ten in order to complete the task. The Rene Bourassa trainee scored impressive preliminary leg victories of 1:52.2 and 1:52.3. Jimbelina did not have the luck of the draw on her side for the final and driver Sylvain Filion will have to figure out a winning-trip from the ten-hole for the 9/5 morning-line choice. Hot Spot Hanover will be looking to change her fortune in the Niagara from post-four. The Mike Bishop trainee was a beaten-favourite in both preliminary legs, but did hit the board on both occasions. James MacDonald picks up the live catch-drive behind Hot Spot Hanover, as Filion sticks with Jimbelina. The Niagara Series final is carded as Race 9 on Monday. Also on Boxing Day, the Woodbine Entertainment Group will present its leading Driver, Trainer and Owner awards for 2016. Sylvain Filion has nearly a 50-win lead in the driver's category, while trainer Richard Moreau leads his category by more than 60 wins. Brad Grant is the leading owner of 2016 on the WEG Circuit with 49 wins. A winner's circle presentation will be made to Filion, Moreau and Grant during the Boxing Day card. Post time for tonight's Jackpot Hi-5 mandatory payout card is 7:30 p.m., while Monday's Boxing Day card will start at 1 p.m.   Mark McKelvie

TORONTO, December 21 - Christmas will come early for harness racing horseplayers on Friday evening at Woodbine Racetrack in the form of a mandatory payout on the Jackpot Hi-5. The Jackpot Hi-5, which requires horseplayers to select the top-five finishers in order, has a carryover of $548,396.96 heading into Friday's mandatory payout. The current Jackpot Hi-5 carryover has been growing since early-October at Mohawk Racetrack. Horseplayers will have to get creative with their Hi-5 tickets, as the Race Office has put together a field of 12 overnight pacers for the mandatory event. The last mandatory payout offered on the WEG Standardbred Jackpot Hi-5 was on June 18, 2016 at Mohawk. On that evening, more than $1.2 million of new money was wagered into the Hi-5 pool, bringing the total pool to $1,694,983. The $0.20 Jackpot Hi-5 payout on June 18 was $1,307.60. Mandatory payouts on the WEG Standardbred Jackpot Hi-5 have generated total pools of more than $2 million on multiple occasions. A mandatory payout on October 24, 2015 at Woodbine generated a total pool of more than $2.2 million, with $1.6 million of new money wagered into the Hi-5 that evening. The $0.20 payout was $12,746.60 On August 30, 2014 at Mohawk, the Jackpot Hi-5 total pool was $2.5 million, while a mandatory payout on May 17, 2014 at Woodbine had a total pool of $2 million. A $2 million total pool is a strong possibility on Friday's Jackpot Hi-5. The Jackpot Hi-5 has a $0.20 minimum and a low takeout of 15 per cent. The mandatory payout on the "Hi-5" is Race 12 on Friday's card. Post time is 7:30 p.m. A free program for Friday's card can be downloaded by clicking here.   Mark McKelvie

A top reward of $250 is awaiting the best trivia tipsters in Grand River Raceway's inaugural Grand Trivia Night to benefit Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW). The February 25th event features $200 in prize money for the top trivia team, plus a $50 bonus if they out-score the Pro Team, which includes officers from the local OPP detachment. The cost is $25 per person and participants can register in teams of two or four. The ticket price includes 60 questions in three rounds (mostly general knowledge and some true crime trivia), $10 slots voucher (19+), snacks, and HST. A nominal online ticket fee is extra. CSGW benefits $5 from each ticket, plus all sales from the event's raffle table and live auction items. The trivia showdown takes place in the Lighthouse Restaurant at Grand River Raceway on Saturday, February 25. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., trivia begins at 7:00 p.m. and concludes at 9:00 p.m. A cash bar is available 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Tickets are available by advance sale only, and can be purchased online. Kelly Spencer  

Jimbelina will have an opportunity at a Niagara Series sweep on Boxing Day following a sharp 1:52.3 score in Friday's harness racing second leg at Woodbine Racetrack. The Rene Bourassa trainee cruised to a strong three-length victory in the second of two $17,000 Niagara Series divisions Friday. Driven by Sylvain Filion, Jimbelina was fired out from post-six to the lead and posted an opening-quarter of :26.4. After middle-half fractions of :56 and 1:25, the Bourassa trainee kicked home through the frigid Woodbine air in a snappy :27.3 for her third consecutive victory. Queenofthejungle finished second, while Norcross Blue Chip was third. A daughter of Big Jim, Jimbelina now has nine wins in 18 starts this season for earnings of $53,880. The sophomore pacing filly is owned by Roland Trudel. Jimbelina paid $2.80 to win. Jimbelina The evening's first division saw P L Jasmine score a mild 5-1 upset for her first victory of 2016. Driven by Doug McNair, P L Jasmine got away sixth in a field of seven. Hot Spot Hanover, the 6/5 favourite, made a second-quarter move to the lead from third to overtake first leg winner Icthelight Hanover for command. The public's choice posted middle-half fractions of :57.4 and 1:26.3, while Docs Diva came first up and started the outer-flow, allowing McNair to situate P L Jasmine third-over on the far turn. In the stretch, Hot Spot Hanover edged away from her rivals and appeared to have a victory within sight. However, P L Jasmine delivered a strong :27.3 final-quarter and was able to shoot by Hot Spot Hanover in the final strides to win by a length and a quarter in 1:55. Misty De Vie finished third, while Icthelight Hanover couldn't repeat her week one performance and finished sixth. A daughter of Badlands Hanover, P L Jasmine came into Friday's second leg winless in 18 starts this season. The Rob McMillan trainee finished fifth in last week's opening leg. P L Jasmine now has over $22,000 banked this season and Friday's third career-victory brings her career earnings total to $42,676 for owner Prince Lee Acres. A $2 win ticket on P L Jasmine returned $13.20. P L Jasmine Three-year-old pacing fillies, who were non-winners of $60,000 lifetime as of October 31, 2016, were eligible for nomination to the Niagara Series. The $33,400 Niagara Series final will take place on Woodbine's special Boxing Day matinee card on Monday, December 26th. The $35,400 Valedictory Series final will also be held on Boxing Day. Live racing continues Saturday night at Woodbine with an 11-race card, featuring the second leg of the Valedictory and a $34,000 Preferred Pace. Post time is 7:30 p.m. Mark McKelvie

December 16, 2016 - Hanover, Bentinck & Brant Agricultural Society, operators of Hanover Raceway, would like to welcome Gateway Casinos & Entertainment to our harness racing facility and town.  We trust that the sharing of customer experiences between Hanover Raceway and Gateway will be successful for both of us. Hanover Raceway, a member of the alliance, is looking forward to our 2017 racing season and beyond. Randy Rier President Hanover, Bentinck & Brant Agricultural Society Hanover Raceway  

The Mohawk Race Office would like to inform horsepeople of the holiday draw and harness racing schedule for Woodbine Racetrack. There will be no live racing on Saturday, December 24th at Woodbine. Live racing resumes on Boxing Day (Monday, December 26th) with a matinee card beginning at 1 p.m. Following the Boxing Day card, there will be no live racing at Woodbine until Saturday, January 7th. The upcoming draw schedule for Standardbred Racing at Woodbine is as follows: Draw Monday (December 19) for Thursday (December 22) Draw Tuesday (December 20) for Friday (December 23) Draw Wednesday (December 21) for Monday (December 26) The draw for Saturday, January 7th will be held on Wednesday, January 4th. The entry box closes the morning of each draw at 10:30 a.m. The final qualifying session of 2016 at Woodbine will be held next Thursday (December 22). A pair of qualifying sessions will be held during the first full-week of racing in the New Year on Monday, January 9th and Thursday, January 12th. Qualifiers at Woodbine begin at 4 p.m. Training is available at Woodbine each Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., except for Tuesday, December 27th. Anyone with questions regarding the upcoming schedule is asked to contact the Mohawk Race Office. Mark McKelvie - WEG Communications  

A $5,000 donation covering the costs of 154 articles of new winter clothing was made by the Grand River Agricultural Society (GRAS), owner/operator of Grand River Raceway, to benefit the clients of the Centre Wellington Food Bank. The presentation was made on December 9 at the Elora track. The lot includes 40 winter coats, 32 pairs of boots and 82 hats/scarves/gloves/snow pants. Jackie Andrews, of the Centre Wellington Food Bank Board Of Directors and Coordinator of the Christmas Hamper and Angels Program said the donation comes on the heels of the organization’s recent call for winter gear. In the past two years, GRAS had donated more than 400 articles of clothing retailing $10,000 to this excellent program. For more information about the Centre Wellington Food Bank, visit their website or call 519.787.1401. The Grand River Agricultural Society is a not-for-profit corporation incorporated under the Agricultural Societies Act of Ontario and operated by a volunteer board of directors. Kelly Spencer

The local harness racing scene witnessed an alteration not that long ago when Hanover Raceway's General Manager was eliminated. At the time, it seemed to me to be a curious move, especially considering that incumbent GM Gord Dougan had a lengthy and successful tenure at the track that included an upswing in every measurable financial category in 2016. The alteration makes a touch more sense today with the announcement that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation has selected Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited as the service provider for the North and Southwest Gaming Bundles- Hanover Raceway being among the tracks in the Southwest bundle. The selection of Gateway is described as a modernization by OLG, designed to ensure the best possible gaming experience for customers. Under this modernization plan, Gateway, who have a quarter century of experience in the gaming industry, will assume day to day operational duties at 9 tracks in the province, including Hanover Raceway. Yes, there are some legal and contractual items to be completed by OLG anticipates that Gateway will be in place at Hanover and elsewhere by the Spring. My question was, with Gateway associated to slots and gaming,  does this mean slots but no harness racing at Hanover ? According to the OLG, the decision whether to race or not is in the hands of the track operators, in the case of Hanover Raceway, that would be the Hanover-Bentinck-Brant Agricultural Society. Fred Wallace

Il Sogno Dream picked up his second harness racing Preferred Trot victory in his last three starts Monday night at Woodbine Racetrack. The five-year-old son of Cantab Hall banked some nice money throughout the summer for his connections on the Grand Circuit, but his return to the WEG Circuit last month has allowed him to regain his winning touch. Il Sogno Dream got away fourth in Monday's $34,000 feature event for driver Trevor Henry, while the most recent Preferred winner, Windsun Revenge, led the field by the quarter in :27.4 and half in :56.3. Henry angled his charge to the outside to pick up cover just after the half and had to get after the five-year-old to pick up his tempo, as Windsun Revenge trotted a big third-quarter of :27.2 to reach the third-station in 1:24. Il Sogno Dream was second-over and a little less than three-lengths from the front turning for home. In the stretch, Windsun Revenge tried to finish off the front-end mission, but Il Sogno Dream found his best stride and tracked down the leader in deep stretch to win by three-quarters of a length in 1:53. Windsun Revenge held on for second, while Fearless Man, who got a two-hole trip, was third. Il Sogno Dream is trained by Victor Puddy for owners Dan Manes, Bill Manes, Leonard Christopher and Randy Christopher. The five-year-old was winless in 15 starts this year when he rejoined the Puddy barn last month and now has two wins in 18 starts to bring his 2016 earnings to $190,266. The son of Cantab Hall is approaching millionaire status, as his 19th career victory Monday brings his career earnings to $956,875. The clocking of 1:53 was a new season's best for Il Sogno Dream. The Puddy trainee paid $5.80 to win. Live racing resumes Thursday evening at Woodbine Racetrack. Post time is 7:30 p.m. Mark McKelvie

The 2017 lineup for Grand River Raceway's popular Musical Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre features 13 shows in three new productions and one encore. The season kicks off in January with a tribute to Canada's 150th anniversary. The Canadian Folk Explosion includes music icons Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and Gordon Lightfoot. The foursome join together to form a peace-loving supergroup, but instead must work together to solve a grizzly murder. March offers another all-new production, with the big hair and delicious tunes of Get Fit Or Die Trying: An '80s Murder Mystery. Set in the mid-'80s, superstars Bruce Springsteen, Madonna and Freddie Mercury join forces for a live aerobics telethon. But, the good cause quickly becomes an exercise in fatality. In September, the four lads from Liverpool return for three encore performances of Paul Is Dead: A Beatles Murder Mystery. Showbiz urban legend claims Paul McCartney died in '67 and was replaced by a lookalike. Outlandish? You be the judge in this murderous musical romp. A new Christmas Show rounds out the playbill in November and December. All shows are staged in the Lighthouse Restaurant at Grand River Raceway in Elora, where doors open at 6:00 p.m. and shows begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $53 and include the one-hour show, three-course dinner, taxes, gratuity and a $10 gaming voucher (19+). The track has hosted nearly 3,000 guests at 24 performances since the program began in 2014. Musical Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre shows are written exclusively for Grand River Raceway by Tim Clarke Productions of Guelph. Each show includes lively musical numbers by pro performers and a fact-based background story. Guests can dig into the lore behind the celebrity musicians depicted on-stage between bites of delicious dinner and discussions of whodunit. The complete 2017 Playbill is as follows: The Canadian Folk Explosion - January 27 & 28 Get Fit Or Die Trying: An '80s Murder Mystery - March 24 & 25 Paul Is Dead: A Beatles Murder Mystery (Encore) - Sept. 28, 29, 30 The Christmas Show - Nov. 23, 24, 25, 30 and Dec. 1, 2 Complete information and online ticket sales are available at http://grandriverraceway.com/murder-mystery-dinner-theatre/ Kelly Spencer

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