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A jump up in class didn't seem to bother Low And Right, a five-year old Pro Bono Best offspring, out of the Kassa Branca mare Hosel Rocket, as he won the $10,000 Open Pace in 1:57, for owners Ted W. Cupp and Robert J Pawlak, here at Buffalo Raceway Saturday night (April 2). It was the first win this harness racing season for Low And Right, who had finished second in his last five races.

Winning Mister became the fastest older male trotter in Dover Downs harness racing history scoring a 1:53.2 victory in the $26,000 Open trot on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at Dover Downs. For the second straight week, Bob Key's homebred Winning Mister notched an impressive victory in the top trot of the week. Matt Kakaley left from the outside and required a :26.4 opening panel to get the lead.

The Wayne Preszcator (Exeter) trained Fast Standin Still recorded the quickest pacing mile at the Woodbine harness racing meeting in Ontario tonight (Monday January 3). The 6-year-old entire won in 1:52 even.

Four $30,000 New York Bred late closer finals will highlight a twelve race Friday night harness racing card at the Historic Vernon Downs. In the New York Late Closer Final for 2-year old trotting fillies, Dreamy Dawn has been give the nod as the 5-2 morning line favorite for trainer Ed Lohmeyer and catch driver Chris Lems.

When I heard last year that the Breeders Crown was coming to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in 2010, I expected the harness racing to be the best we've ever had at the track. But I'm not sure I quite anticipated the level of greatness we would be seeing until last Friday's eliminations opened my eyes.

Yonkers Raceway Saturday night played host to the second annual Fall Harvest Festival, showcasing the thriving relationship between harness racing and agriculture all across New York State.

Real Gentleman generated a career-best 1:51.1 effort to capture the second harness racing division of Thursday night's (September 23) $26,800 New York-bred late-closing contest for 3-year-old male pacers at Vernon Downs.

August may be done and dusted, but the statebreds' stay continues. Tuesday night, Yonkers Raceway offered up the $236,456 Frank Becerra Pace for 2-year-old fillies. Four harness racing divisions, at $59,614 a pop, went postward.

Jo Pa's Fod was the only harness racing favorite to finish first in Saturday night's $151,664 New York Sires Stake feature for 3-year-old male pacers at Vernon Downs.

The highly regarded 2-year-old trotting filly Jezzy remained undefeated after five lifetime starts after her 1:58.2 harness racing performance in Friday night's $134,150 New York Sires Stakes feature at Vernon Downs.

On Thursday afternoon five $13,200 divisions of New York Sire Stakes late closers for harness racing sophomore pacing colts and gelding went to post and when the were completed the betting favorite prevailed in every event.

The favorite Chantal Hall came through with a 1:54 victory in Thursday night's $8,000 featured sixth harness race at Vernon Downs. Drafting along in second behind the pace-setting fourth choice, Pickmeamerigold, through three-quarters in 1:24.3, Chantal Hall rallied in a :29.2 final panel to earn a one-length victory in the week's top Miracle Mile contest for female pacers.

Five $13,000 divisions of sophomore pacing colts and geldings in the New York Sire Stakes late closers will be featured at Monticello Raceway on Thursday afternoon, July 22. They will go as races one, four, five, seven and eight on the afternoons harness racing 15-race program.

In the $9,000 Open Handicap Trot, Hello Carlo ($6.00) a Carry The Message gelding out of the Supergill mare Last Turn, won in 1:59.4 to register his eighth win of the harness racing season for owner Mario Caponi of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, here at Buffalo Raceway Friday night (July 2).

Dad's always have a great time at the track however this Father's Day is something special at Buffalo Raceway. The track is featuring free pony rides, sno cones, cotton candy and clown appearances for the kids, so dad can focus on his harness racing handicapping.

Chantal Hal seized the lead in deep stretch to pull out a 1:53.2 victory in Thursday night's (June 10) $8,100 featured ninth harness racing event at Vernon Downs. Defending dash champ Jimmy Whittemore did the teaming as Chantal Hall drafted along behind the determined pace-setter Delightful Dancer through splits of :27.3, :56.4 and 1:25.2.

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