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Night Pro made his third consecutive trip to Hoosier Park's harness racing winner circle as he completed the Jerry Landess series sweep winning the $15,000 final of the late closing event open to three and four-year-old Indiana sired colts and geldings, that are non-winners of $7,500 lifetime at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Wednesday, April 17.

Kommander Hawk, again catch-driven by Matt Romano, scored a repeat harness racing victory in Pompano Park's Open 1 Handicap Pace on Saturday night (January 19).

Big Better Best certainly lived up to his name in his division of last week's opening leg of the Bob Gordon Pacing series at Cal Expo, doing the track-and-attack to perfection for harness racing driver Dave Siegel. The 3-year-old son of Pro Bono Best goes about his business for owner Bernie Wolin and trainer Raul Escobedo and was making his second Cal Expo appearance after shipping in from Indiana.

Le Reina Road took advantage of a patient drive by harness racing driver Dave McNeight III and registered a neck victory over Golden Terror in the featured $7400 Open II-III Pace at Batavia Downs Saturday night (Dec. 1).

All About Kisses, with Goshen-based harness racing driver tephane Bouchard in the sulky, captured Sunday's (October 14) featured Filly & Mare Open Pace.

All About Kisses prevailed in her return to Saratoga on Sunday (October 7) afternoon. The four year old mare wired the harness racing field in the $21,000 feature for fillies and mares despite enduring a difficult first half before digging in in the stretch to win in 1:53.4.

All About Kisses prevailed in her return to Saratoga harness racing on Sunday afternoon.

Hudson Falls (New York) harness racing trainer Jackie Rousse scored a double on Wednesday night (September 19) at Saratoga Casino and Raceway. The one time leading trainer at the track is in the midst of another strong year at the Spa. Rousse added a pair of wins to her total as pacers Most Happy Keene (Pro Bono Best) and Upstroke Hanover (Art Major) secured victories.

It's been a historic harness racing week at Batavia Downs Casino, Wednesday night saw the trotting track record shattered by Archangel, Saturday night (Sept. 15) saw the first time in 66 years that eight races were paced faster than 1:55.

Carmens Best continued his winning ways on Wednesday night (September 12) harness racing program at Saratoga Casino and Raceway as the 4-year-old pacer handled his step up in class with ease.

All About Kisses (Mike Simons) captured Saturday night's (August 18) $18,000 fillies and mares open handicap pace at Tioga Downs. Despite having post position number nine, Simons quickly fired All About Kisses towards the front out of the gate and took control of the field past an opening quarter in 26.3.

Wednesday night (August 15) was another strong night in the freshman campaign of young harness racing driver Joe Bongiorno at Saratoga Casino and Raceway.

All About kisses displayed her superiority for the second week in a row with a hoof-scootin' 1:50.4 harness racing victory in Thursday night's (August 9) $11,000 featured Open for female pacers at Vernon Downs. Durahmville harness racing trainer Chuck Connor, Jr. was again in the sulky as the favorite All About Kisses ($3.50) went for the lead from the word "go," remained in command through splits of :27.4, :56.3 and 1:24.

It was All About Kisses in Thursday night's (August 2) $11,000 Open contest for female pacers at Vernon Downs. Durhamville harness racing trainer Chuck Connor, Jr. did the teaming in the featured eighth event, piloting the crowd favorite All About Kisses ($3.40) to a career-fastest 1:52.2 triumph.

The 2011-2012 South Florida live harness racing campaign which began last September 21 at The Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park is now complete. The meet's final program on Saturday, July 28 delivered a full measure of excitement with the spectacle of a rare match race and a very significant driver milestone going into the record books.

The 3 year old colt and gelding trot division of the 2012 Florida Standardbred Breeders And Owners Association (FSBOA) continued to produce upsets as a highlight of the Saturday evening, June 30 harness racing program at The Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park.

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