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Freehold, NJ --- Three-year-old filly pacer Sandbetweenurtoes improved to 8-for-8 this season and moved from No. 10 to seventh in this week’s harness racing Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll. Sandbetweenurtoes won a division of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and was the only horse in the Top 10 to improve its position from last week. The top six remained unchanged, with older male trotter Sebastian K holding onto the No. 1 spot, followed by older male pacer Sweet Lou. Sebastian K, who was idle, and Sweet Lou, who won the Dan Patch Invitational, were the only horses receiving first-place votes, with Sweet Lou adding two to his total from last week. Trotters Father Patrick and Trixton were next in the poll, followed by Empire Breeders Classic winner He’s Watching. McWicked, who won a division of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes, was sixth. Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 13 – 8/12/2014                                              Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Sebastian K (29) 8th 8-7-1-0 $502,603 343 1 2 Sweet Lou (6) 5ph 12-9-1-1 $916,500 312 2 3 Father Patrick 3tc 7-6-0-0 $520,992 245 3 4 Trixton 3tc 9-7-1-1 $786,917 244 4 5 He’s Watching 3pc 8-5-1-1 $692,247 220 5 6 McWicked 3pc 10-7-2-0 $654,271 157 6 7 Sandbetweenurtoes 3pf 8-8-0-0 $248,598 82 T10 8 Nuncio 3tc 8-5-3-0 $563,351 62 8 9 Mission Brief 2tf 5-4-0-0 $255,775 57 9 10 JK Endofanera 3pc 9-5-2-1 $633,673 52 7 Also: Shake It Cerry (35), Classic Martine (34), Rocklamation (15), Centurion ATM, Lifetime Pursuit, Yankee Bounty (9), Artspeak, Market Share (8), Modern Family (7), Intimidate (5), Archangel (4), Dancin Yankee, Somewhere In L A (3), I Like My Boss, Sometimes Said (1). by Ken Weingartner, Harness Racing Communications 

Freehold, NJ --- Sweet Lou moved nearer to No. 1 Sebastian K and Trixton pulled into a near dead heat with stablemate Father Patrick in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll. Sebastian K remained in the top spot coming off his world-record-equaling win in last week’s John Cashman Jr. Memorial while Sweet Lou, who won the U.S. Pacing Championship, swapped places with Father Patrick to take over the second slot. Hambletonian winner Trixton vaulted from sixth to fourth, just one point behind Father Patrick. Mission Brief, who equaled the world record in winning the Merrie Annabelle Stakes, and Ima Lula Series winner Classic Martine, who also equaled a world record, joined the Top 10. Mission Brief is ninth while Classic Martine is tied with Sandbetweenurtoes for the final spot. Shake It Cerry dropped out of the Top 10. Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 12 – 8/5/2014                                                Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Sebastian K (31) 8th 8-7-1-0 $502,603 344 1 2 Sweet Lou (4) 5ph 11-8-1-1 $791,500 307 3 3 Father Patrick 3tc 7-6-0-0 $520,992 240 2 4 Trixton 3tc 9-7-1-1 $786,917 239 6 5 He’s Watching 3pc 7-4-1-1 $564,485 207 4 6 McWicked 3pc 9-6-2-0 $618,830 156 5 7 JK Endofanera 3pc 8-5-1-1 $569,792 59 8 8 Nuncio 3tc 8-5-3-0 $563,351 56 10 9 Mission Brief 2tf 5-4-0-0 $255,775 49 -- T10 Sandbetweenurtoes 3pf 7-7-0-0 $211,157 47 9 T10 Classic Martine 4tm 9-7-0-1 $221,732 47 -- Also: Shake It Cerry (38), Dancin Yankee (37), Rocklamation (18), Centurion ATM (14), Market Share (12), Archangel (11), Intimidate, Lifetime Pursuit (10), Artspeak, Modern Family (7), Yankee Bounty (6), Perfect Alliance (2), Bee A Magician, I Like My Boss (1). Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications Courtesy of the U.S. Trotting Association

We all know that harness racing lacks in the marketing department on almost every front. However, I have recently noticed that many organizations are lacking even with the most basic marketing techniques, such as websites and social media.   For instance, The Little Brown Jug's official Twitter account was posting about the event in the months leading up to race day. However, it suddenly stopped ten days before the big day. The final tweet issued by the account was "10 Days until the Little Brown Jug 2013!!! #LBJ13."   This was a huge missed opportunity to interact with the tens of thousands of people who attended the Little Brown Jug. If they had tweeted more aggressively about the races, including facts about contenders, race results, exciting news, photos, and most importantly, fan polls and questions, then more people would have been engaged in the event.   In addition, posters and signs promoting the Little Brown Jug twitter account could have been placed around the grounds in order to gain more followers. People in charge need to realize that when the average person at the fair follows their account, every time a tweet is sent that person will see it in their feed and think about harness racing, even if they never normally would.   I contacted Phil Terry, the Director of Marketing at the Little Brown Jug, and he admitted that he was not even aware that anything had been tweeted at all, but said that he would "try finding someone to be tweeting on a consistent basis." I am not sure he understands just how important marketing via social media is to the future of racing.   Fortunately, the USTA account was very active on twitter during the Little Brown Jug and did an excellent job promoting the event. However, the vast majority of people attending the event have likely never heard of the USTA and as a result, would not have seen those tweets.     Our big names like the Little Brown Jug have to be actively engaged in social media year round in order to keep people thinking about the sport. They understand this in thoroughbred racing and you can find examples of this concept done correctly by viewing the twitter accounts of the Breeders Cup and Kentucky Derby.   Another major marketing inefficiency I have noticed recently revolves around the Breeders Crown. First of all (and I am not going to sugar coat this), their website is a disgrace. If you search "Breeders Crown" and click on the website, it brings you to a very plain looking page of horseperson's information with no relevant information for fans. Payment forms, eligibles, supplement information. Things no average fan trying to find event information would ever care about.   Ok, let's go back and click on the next link in the search. Now we get the Hambletonian Society's homepage. It's a little better, with links to news stories, blogs, and social media. That's nice, but I still have not found a website dedicated to the Breeders Crown with information for the fans.   We go back to the search and find the USTA's "mini site" for the Breeders Crown. Finally, a decent looking website with fan information.   But wait, this information has not been updated since the conclusion of the 2012 Breeders Crown.   By now you have figured out where I am going with this. One of our biggest events looks like a complete joke online and it would be almost impossible for the average fan to find useful information on the event.   Compare this to the Breeders Cup, the thoroughbred equivalent of the Breeders Crown. We search "Breeders Cup" and click on the first result, "BreedersCup.com." Imagine that, a huge event actually has a dedicated website. Not only that, there is a beautiful design, information on planning your trip, buying tickets, a short biography on every contender for every race, history of the event, fashion. It goes on and on. They get a very important concept. ANYONE who goes on that website has something that will interest them. For example, girls age 18-25, a group horse racing struggles to appeal to, might click on fashion, and suddenly someone who would never think about racing is now doing just that.   What would the same person look at on the Breeders Crown site? Nothing. That's a huge issue that needs to be addressed.   Another issue with the Breeders Crown's marketing is in their social media. I will not go into this too much since many of the things said about the Little Brown Jug can also apply here. I will say though, that the Breeders Crown is fairly active on social media. That is good. However, they seem to create a new profile for the event every year. For example, their twitter name is "Breeders Crown 2013."   The Breeders Crown also still posts Facebook updates under the name "2012 Breeders Crown at Woodbine Racetrack."   Anyone searching for the Breeders Crown would come across that page, think it was obsolete, and move on without looking at it. As it turns out, they also have a Facebook page simply titled "Breeders Crown" that they also post updates from.   I just came across it while researching for this article. Confused? Me too. My question: why post from two pages, one of them with an obsolete name? It is confusing and even I, a social media addict, did not know there was a second page.   The average person is not going to search for pages. They want to find what they are looking for immediately, and move on. They cannot do that with the current setup. Besides which, if you make a new page every year, you lose all of your previous followers and have to start from scratch every time.   That is a big reason why the Breeders Crown only has 556 followers on twitter and 821 likes on Facebook, less than the average teenager with a blog.   For those keeping score at home, the Breeders Cup has nearly 24,000 followers on Twitter and over 55,000 likes on Facebook.   A harness racing page will likely never have that many followers, but can't we do better than our current numbers? I think so....   Brandon Valvo   Note to the reader: In the article above, I am not taking a cheap shot at the Little Brown Jug or Breeders Crown. These are just two examples I have chosen. I could have easily chosen any number of similar events in harness racing to write about to which the same concepts would apply.

Royalty For Life’s winning performance in the Hambletonian was majestic enough for the 3-year-old colt to reign as the big winner in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll. Royalty For Life gained 214 points and vaulted into the Top 10, landing at No. 4. The top three horses remained unchanged, with idle Captaintreacherous at No. 1 followed by Bee A Magician and I Luv The Nitelife. Bee A Magician, who won the Hambletonian Oaks, added four first-place votes to her total and moved within 19 points of the top position. Also joining the Top 10 this week were John Cashman Jr. Memorial winner Sevruga and Peter Haughton Memorial winner Father Patrick. Pet Rock, Foiled Again and Wishing Stone dropped out of the Top 10. Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 11 – 8/6/2013                                                               Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Captaintreacherous (26) 3pc 6-6-0-0 $1,126,168 338 1 2 Bee A Magician (9) 3tf 9-9-0-0 $773,206 319 2 3 I Luv The Nitelife 3pf 9-8-0-1 $574,547 263 3 4 Royalty For Life 3tc 7-4-1-0 $694,850 225 -- 5 Market Share 4th 4-3-0-0 $319,272 164 4 6 Maven 4tm 7-5-1-0 $203,370 103 5 7 Sevruga 5tg 16-9-4-2 $410,275 89 -- 8 Father Patrick 2tc 4-3-1-0 $168,375 69 -- 9 Anndrovette 6pm 14-6-6-1 $463,295 68 9 10 Warrawee Needy 4ph 15-7-3-0 $252,394 51 6 Also: Sunfire Blue Chip 43, Pet Rock 38, Foiled Again 30, Vegas Vacation 24, Shake It Cerry 17, Western Vintage, Wishing Stone 12, Smilin Eli, Thinking Out Loud 11, Drop The Ball 9, D’Orsay 6, Corky, Uncle Peter 5, Bolt The Duer 4, Feeling You, Razzle Dazzle 3, Hill I Am 2, Abelard Hanover 1. Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications

Little changed in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll as the top three horses in the rankings were sitting on the sidelines last week. Captaintreacherous remained No. 1, followed by Bee A Magician and I Luv The Nitelife. Market Share, who won the Maple Leaf Trot last Saturday, moved from fifth to fourth in the poll, with Maven dropping a spot. Anndrovette joined the Top 10 thanks to her Canadian-, track- and stakes-record win in the Roses Are Red.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 9 – 7/23/2013                                                               Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Captaintreacherous (31) 3pc 6-6-0-0 $1,126,168 344 1 2 Bee A Magician (3) 3tf 7-7-0-0 $505,706 297 2 3 I Luv The Nitelife 3pf 7-6-0-1 $502,047 259 3 4 Market Share (1) 4th 3-3-0-0 $303,355 239 5 5 Maven 4tm 6-5-1-0 $198,970 186 4 6 Pet Rock 4ph 6-2-2-1 $473,900 128 7 7 Foiled Again 9pg 15-5-3-3 $550,460 93 6 8 Warrawee Needy 4ph 13-6-3-0 $227,394 76 9 9 Anndrovette 6pm 13-6-5-1 $409,020 74 -- 10 Wishing Stone 6th 8-3-2-1 $250,537 58 8 Also: Vegas Vacation 28, Razzle Dazzle 17, Western Vintage 16, A Rocknroll Dance, Smilin Eli, Uncle Peter 15, Sevruga 12, Royalty For Life 9, Bolt The Duer 8, Feeling You 7, Golden Receiver 6, Cedar Dove, Corky 4, Hill I Am, Mister Herbie 3, Frau Blucher, Lonewolf Currier 2, Abelard Hanover, Gallie Bythe Beach, Live On, Odds On Equuleus, Sunfire Blue Chip 1. DRIVERS APPROACHING MILESTONES Driver Wins               First Middle Last Name Suffix LTD Wins LTD Earnings Last Track Last Start W Mike Wilder   5979 $41,791,123 Mea 7/20/2013 Eric S Ledford   4980 $56,490,967 Mea 7/20/2013 Howard G Parker   4973 $45,242,429 PcD 7/21/2013 Norman Chris Boring   3979 $19,828,659 RP 7/6/2013 Howard E Davis Jr 3973 $30,375,105 M 7/19/2013 Shawn T Gray   2998 $8,569,079 Stga 7/20/2013 Jim R Taggart Jr 2996 $14,728,693 PcD 7/21/2013 Michael H Simons   2988 $22,044,165 PcD 7/21/2013 Timothy W Curtin   2985 $20,936,317 May 6/6/2013 Patrick D Berry   2980 $27,233,714 Phl 7/21/2013 David Floyd Carey   2970 $2,430,589 Truro 7/21/2013 Ron Paul Wrenn   1995 $6,069,816 Nfld 7/18/2013 Rodney J Bolon   1992 $9,376,600 Mea 7/19/2013 Jerry G E Landess   1980 $2,037,589 Mtplr 9/9/2012 Ronald L Cushing   1980 $7,364,337 Scar 7/21/2013 Steven C Wiseman   1976 $7,426,199 Aces 7/21/2013 Keith J Kash Jr 1970 $7,789,978 Nfld 7/20/2013 James R Mc Donald   997 $2,948,731 PPk 7/20/2013 David L Myers   997 $4,456,890 HoP 7/19/2013 Vaughan A Doyle   995 $776,988 Summ 7/21/2013 DANIEL R                             OBRIAN        992 $2,119,572 KD 7/20/2013 Stephen K O'Toole   986 $2,423,974 PRc 9/3/2012 Clayton   Faurot Jr 981 $2,456,655 Mea 6/12/2013 Charles M   ... Weekend back track C$543,000 Maple Leaf Trot, older trotters, July 20, Mohawk 1. Market Share, 2. Mister Herbie, 3. Uncle Peter. Time: 1:51.1. Margin: 2-1/2. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Linda Toscano. Winning owners:  Richard Gutnick, TLP Stable, William Augustine. C$323,500 Roses Are Red, older female pacers, July 20, Mohawk 1. Anndrovette, 2. Drop The Ball, 3. Rocklamation. Time: 1:48 (Canadian, track and stakes record). Margin: 1/2. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: P.J. Fraley. Winning owners: Bamond Racing, Joseph Davino. $120,500 Battle of Lake Erie, older male pacers, July 20, Northfield Park 1. A Rocknroll Dance, 2. Rockin Finish, 3. Clear Vision. Time: 1:49.1 (fastest mile ever by a 4-year-old pacer on a half-mile track and stakes record). Margin: 4. Winning driver: Kayne Kauffman. Winning trainer: Jim Mulinix. Winning owner: A Rocknroll Dance Stable. $20,000 Ima Lula Series (first round), older female trotters, July 20, Meadowlands 1. Real Babe, 2. Maven, 3. Personal Style. Time: 1:53.2. Margin: 3/4. Winning driver: Joe Bongiorno. Winning trainer: Mark Harder. Winning owners: Emilio and Maria Rosati. HORSES BY EARNINGS Horse Name Age Sex Gait Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings CAPTAINTREACHEROUS 3 H P 6 6 0 0 1,126,168 FOILED AGAIN 9 G P 15 5 3 3 550,460 BEE A MAGICIAN 3 M T 7 7 0 0 505,706 I LUV THE NITELIFE 3 M P 7 6 0 1 502,047 PET ROCK 4 H P 6 2 2 1 473,900 ANNDROVETTE 6 M P 13 6 5 1 409,020 RAZZLE DAZZLE 6 G P 11 5 0 1 392,750 CORKY 3 H T 8 3 3 1 372,191 TWILIGHT BONFIRE 3 H P 7 2 2 0 321,836 FEELING YOU 6 M P 15 8 2 0 310,855   DRIVERS BY WINS First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Corey Callahan 2186 399 277 299 4,861,263 David Palone 1411 371 205 150 3,329,126 Ronnie Wrenn Jr. 1611 343 251 226 1,261,113 Tim Tetrick 1799 340 266 245 7,262,128 Ronald Pierce 2060 323 272 278 4,828,613 Aaron Merriman 1856 319 304 255 2,349,331 Bruce Aldrich Jr. 1748 312 261 245 1,432,115 Brian Sears 1251 310 227 187 6,390,614 Michael Oosting 1330 290 212 177 1,655,068 Chris Page 1521 289 217 190 1,150,434   DRIVERS BY EARNINGS First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Tim Tetrick 1799 340 266 245 7,262,128 Brian Sears 1251 310 227 187 6,390,614 Yannick Gingras 1271 264 214 177 5,930,312 David Miller 1618 233 243 219 5,387,520 Corey Callahan 2186 399 277 299 4,861,263 Ronald Pierce 2060 323 272 278 4,828,613 George Brennan 1341 221 243 155 4,620,447 Matthew Kakaley 1676 264 250 247 4,459,370 Andy Miller 1564 218 231 210 3,629,770 James Morrill Jr. 957 234 188 106 3,504,665 Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications U.S. Trotting Association

Freehold, NJ --- Winners at the Meadowlands last weekend were the winners in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll, with trotter Bee A Magician and pacer Pet Rock benefitting most. Captaintreacherous, who won the Meadowlands Pace to go unbeaten in six starts this year, remained in the No. 1 position, but saw Bee A Magician pick up three first-place votes to cut into his lead slightly. Bee A Magician won the Del Miller Memorial in 1:51, the fastest-ever mile for a 3-year-old female trotter. Three-year-old female pacer I Luv The Nitelife, who won the Mistletoe Shalee at the Big M, held on to third place in the poll while Maven, who finished in a dead heat for win with Cedar Dove in the Miss Versatility Series, moved up one position to fourth. Pet Rock moved into the rankings at No. 7 after winning the William R. Haughton Memorial in 1:47, breaking the stakes record of 1:47.3 set by Jenna’s Beach Boy in 1996. Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 8 – 7/16/2013 Rank Name (First Place Votes) A/G/S Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Captaintreacherous (32) 3pc 6-6-0-0 $1,126,168 346 1 2 Bee A Magician (3) 3tf 7-7-0-0 $505,706 298 2 3 I Luv The Nitelife 3pf 7-6-0-1 $502,047 263 3 4 Maven 4tm 5-5-0-0 $193,970 219 5 5 Market Share 4th 2-2-0-0 $40,000 135 7 6 Foiled Again 9pg 14-5-3-3 $550,460 134 4 7 Pet Rock 4ph 6-2-2-1 $473,900 126 -- 8 Wishing Stone 6th 7-3-2-1 $208,400 89 6 9 Warrawee Needy 4ph 13-6-3-0 $227,394 64 8 10 Vegas Vacation 3pg 7-4-2-0 $210,240 37 10   Also: Razzle Dazzle 27, Smilin Eli 25, Uncle Peter 19, Feeling You 18, Anndrovette, Bolt The Duer 17, Royalty For Life 16, Corky 14, Golden Receiver, Western Vintage 12, Sevruga 11, Cedar Dove 5, Cee Bee Yes, Hill I Am 4, Angies Lucky Star, Sunfire Blue Chip 3, Frau Blucher, Odds On Equuleus 2, Flanagan Memory, Live On, Sunshine Beach 1.   BACK TRACK $635,750 Meadowlands Pace, 3-year-old pacers, July 13, Meadowlands 1. Captaintreacherous, 2. Odds On Equuleus, 3. Sunshine Beach. Time: 1:48.1. Margin: 3-1/4. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Tony Alagna. Winning owner: Captaintreacherous Racing.   $471,800 William R. Haughton Memorial, older pacers, July 13, Meadowlands 1. Pet Rock, 2. Bolt The Duer, 3. Sweet Lou. Time: 1:47 (stakes record). Margin: 3/4. Winning driver: David Miller. Winning trainer: Virgil Morgan Jr. Winning owner: Frank Bellino.   $294,000 Stanley Dancer Memorial, 3-year-old trotters, July 13, Meadowlands 1. Royalty For Life, 2. Spider Blue Chip, 3. Dewycolorintheline. Time: 1:52. Margin: Head. Winning driver: Brian Sears. Winning trainer: George Ducharme. Winning owners: Alfred Ross, Raymond Campbell Jr., Paul Fontaine.   $265,500 Delvin Miller Memorial, 3-year-old female trotters, July 13, Meadowlands 1. Bee A Magician, 2. Frau Blucher, 3. Mistery Woman. Time: 1:51 (world record for 3-year-old female trotters). Margin: 4-1/2. Winning driver: Brian Sears. Winning trainer: Nifty Norman. Winning owners: Melvin Hartman, Herb Liverman, David McDuffee.   $184,250 Mistletoe Shalee, 3-year-old female pacers, July 13, Meadowlands 1. I Luv The Nitelife, 2. Charisma Hanover, 3. Novascotia Hanover. Time: 1:50. Margin: 1/2. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Chris Ryder. Winning owners: Richard and Joanne Young.   $100,000 William C. Connors Memorial, 3-year-old trotters, July 12, Hazel Park 1. Longwell, 2. Powerful Poe, 3. Voodoo Victor. Time: 1:57.1. Margin: 1. Winning driver: Dan Shetler. Winning trainer: Dan Shetler. Winning owners: Dan and Jo Shetler.   $40,000 Miss Versatility Series, older female trotters, July 12, Meadowlands 1., dead heat, Maven, Cedar Dove, 3. Personal Style. Time: 1:54.2. Margin: Nose. Winning driver Maven: Yannick Gingras. Winning trainer Maven: Jonas Czernyson. Winning owner Maven: W.J. Donovan. Winning driver Cedar Dove: Ron Pierce. Winning trainer Cedar Dove: Noel Daley. Winning owners Cedar Dove: Adam Victor & Son Stable, John Fielding.   HORSES BY EARNINGS Horse Name Age Sex Gait Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings CAPTAINTREACHEROUS 3 H P 6 6 0 0 1,126,168 FOILED AGAIN 9 G P 14 5 3 3 550,460 BEE A MAGICIAN 3 M T 7 7 0 0 505,706 I LUV THE NITELIFE 3 M P 7 6 0 1 502,047 PET ROCK 4 H P 6 2 2 1 473,900 RAZZLE DAZZLE 6 G P 11 5 0 1 392,750 CORKY 3 H T 8 3 3 1 372,191 TWILIGHT BONFIRE 3 H P 6 2 2 0 319,336 FEELING YOU 6 M P 14 8 2 0 307,175 BOLT THE DUER 4 H P 7 2 2 1 268,450   DRIVERS BY WINS First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Corey Callahan 2127 390 268 288 4,702,201 David Palone 1345 351 197 144 2,997,762 Tim Tetrick 1729 322 259 235 6,540,383 Ronnie Wrenn Jr. 1536 321 242 222 1,184,295 Brian Sears 1227 307 223 178 6,211,312 Aaron Merriman 1788 307 290 245 2,246,753 Ronald Pierce 1986 306 266 268 4,560,335 Bruce Aldrich Jr. 1685 304 249 231 1,384,873 Chris Page 1463 278 205 180 1,036,992 Michael Oosting 1288 277 205 175 1,584,147   DRIVERS BY EARNINGS First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Tim Tetrick 1729 322 259 235 6,540,383 Brian Sears 1227 307 223 178 6,211,312 Yannick Gingras 1222 254 207 174 5,697,371 David Miller 1560 225 237 204 5,107,999 Corey Callahan 2127 390 268 288 4,702,201 Ronald Pierce 1986 306 266 268 4,560,335 George Brennan 1285 213 231 148 4,432,674 Matthew Kakaley 1614 252 240 240 4,255,411 Andy Miller 1495 204 218 204 3,369,031 James Morrill Jr. 916 221 178 101 3,236,518   DRIVERS APPROACHING MILESTONES BY WINS             Driver Wins First Middle Last Name Suffix LTD Wins LTD Earnings Last Track Last Start William L Parker Jr 10994 $30,044,649.00 MR 7/11/2013 W Mike Wilder   5977 $41,737,572.00 Mea 7/13/2013 Eric S Ledford   4977 $56,429,660.00 Mea 7/13/2013 Howard G Parker   4970   ... Ken Weingartner, Harness Racing Communications

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