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It's going to be an action packed weekend of harness racing with twelve races slated for Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park on Saturday night. Post time is 6pm.

Arabica is listed as the 5-2 morning line favorite in the Saturday night harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 6pm. The Wendell Shaw Pace highlights opening night Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 6:30pm.

Last Sunday afternoon (April 21), All About Kisses (Pro Bono Best) won the feature for pacing mares from post eight behind a 1:54.4 effort. This week, the four year old started from post four as she looked to repeat. And repeat she did!

All About Kisses (Pro Bono Best) overcame post position eight to win Sunday afternoon's (April 22) harness racing feature at Saratoga Casino and Raceway.

The second leg of the Miss Windfall Series, a late closing harness racing event open to three and four-year-old Indiana sired fillies and mares that are non-winners of $7,500 lifetime, was contested with four divisions at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, April (3).

The youngest harness racing trainer on the Pompano backstretch for the 2011-2012 meet has amassed a win streak that can vault him into his best career year - and it's showing no signs of slowing down into the coming week.

Harness racing trainer Lou Pena described his weekend visit to The Isle Casino Pompano Park as a holiday combined with a scouting mission for later in 2012.

In what has been a sensational sophomore harness racing season for pacing filly All About Kisses, the Janice Connor trainee set a lifetime mark on Sunday afternoon (November 27) at Saratoga Casino and Raceway.

Harness racing freshman fillies were featured at Indiana Downs on Friday evening (September 23) in the first round of Indiana Sires Stakes competition. A total of eight $40,000 divisions were carded -- four for pacers and four for trotters -- with favorites winning five splits.

Harness racing isn't always about the stars that have their names put up in headlines every week. It's also about the future of the industry and those youngsters who will keep the sport blossoming well into 21st century.

When Hurrikane Kingcole lines up in the $1 million Metro Pace this Saturday at Mohawk, he will represent memories of both past and present for harness racing co-owner John McDermott. The bay colt, who has a shot to take all the spoils in this year's edition of the race, is named after McDermott's son, Kane, and his late, 210-pound Great Dane, Cole.

Five divisions of harness racing 2-year-old pacing fillies battled on Monday, Aug. 29 at Indiana Downs for all-important Indiana Sires Stakes points -- and a position behind the gate in the $200,000 Indiana Sire Stakes Final on Saturday, Sept. 10.

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.

After two consecutive 1:52 victories at Tioga Downs Opan Heart vanquished the best harness racing pacers on the grounds at Monticello Raceway on Tuesday afternoon, August 9. Jimmy Marohn, Jr., who has handled the 7-year-old son of American Gigolo in his previous victories over the Nichols, NY five-eighths mile oval, again got the driving assignment from trainer Jim Perry and together Opan Heart and Marohn now have three consecutive wins.

Frank Milby put on a driving clinic at Vernon Downs on Saturday evening (July 16), visiting the track's winner's circle five times in 10 races, including a featured pace win with Pro Bono Frank. Milby, a newcomer to the track this harness racing season, increased his win total after 39 programs to 41, second only to two-time defending champion and current leader Jimmy Whittemore (65 tallies).

The extremely warm weather helped produce fast race times for the harness racing 3-year old sophomore pacing fillies in the $74,000 New York Sire Stakes late closers on July 12th at Monticello Raceway action with a 1:56:3 clocking by Tiamo the fastest of the six $12,300 divisions.

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