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WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 6, 2016 -- Buried at the pylons entering the stretch, Rockin Ron exploited a suddenly vacant Lightning Lane and scored an 8-1 harness racing upset in Saturday's $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. A newcomer to The Meadows who'd been off since Nov. 8, Rockin Ron figured to get no more than a minor award when he was shuffled to fifth. But when Capital Account pulled the pocket for the drive, the 4-year-old Real Desire-Im All A Roan gelding charged through the Lightning Lane for Dave Palone and triumphed in 1:52.2, 1-3/4 lengths better than early leader Mattamerican. Bestinthebusiness rallied for show. Ron Burke trains Rockin Ron, who extended his career bankroll to $136,168, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and RTC Stables. It was one of five wins for Palone on the 15-race card, including a pair each for Burke and trainer Jack Smith. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

New Zealand's leading junior driver Brad Williamson is having one of those seasons that just keeps getting better and better. Week in, week out, Brad is churning out the winners at a great rate and the run he is experiencing is showing no signs of abating. Today at Winton Racetrack Brad added another three winners to this season's tally and showed why he is so highly rated by a lot of his contemporaries on the track. "That is the first time I have driven three winners in one day so it was a big thrill especially because I only had four drives on the program," Brad explained when talking to Harnesslink this afternoon His first winner came in the form of the three year old trotter Sam Galleon who after missing away and settling a long way from the leaders, got over the top of them late in the piece for an impressive victory. The son of The Pres looked pretty green throughout the run and looks to have plenty of upside going forward. "He has got a lot to learn but there is no doubting the ability is there." "He is a half brother to three open class trotters so he is bred to be above average." "There is a lot of improvement there yet when he learns a bit more ringcraft," Brad said. Brad's second winner today was the smart Monarchy mare Pyramid Monarch who backed up her impressive second at Addington last Friday night to Harriet Of Mot with an impressive front running victory. Away brilliantly from her 30 metre handicap to grab the lead after just 400 metres, Pyramid Monarch was never in danger afterwards, coasting down to the line for an easy victory. It was win number eight for the mare and her fourth this season and took her earnings over the $70,000 mark. "She is such a lovely mare to drive." "Her manners are great and she tries so hard every time she goes to the races." "She is just a little money making machine at the moment and I don't think she is finished yet," Brad said. Brad's third winner was the four year old Real Desire gelding Dissolution who surprised everybody by sitting parked out the whole journey and still having enough petrol in the tank to scoot away and win easily in the end. "He is really starting to come into his own this horse." "Not long ago he wouldn't have been able to do that but he has been a big improver recently and that was a good effort today," Brad said. Todays wins took Brad's tally for the season to an impressive 41 victories which is 23 ahead of the chasing pack and barring injury he looks to have the New Zealand Junior Driving premiership in the bag with six months of the season still to go. Harnesslink Media      

WASHINGTON, PA, Jan. 22, 2016 -- Dew N Doughnuts moved willingly second over before vaulting to the lead in the stretch and capturing the $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace on Friday's snow-shortened harness racing card at The Meadows. The track canceled the final seven of 13 scheduled races when persistent snow rendered the surface hazardous. Dew N Doughnuts followed the cover of My Temudjin N before Tony Hall moved him three wide into the final turn. The 6-year-old son of Real Desire-Artbitration held off the unlucky Capital Account, who lacked racing room, and defeated him by a neck in 1:55.4 on a surface listed "good." Early leader Bestinthebusiness saved show. Norm Parker trains the homebred Dew N Doughnuts, who now boasts $278,049 in career earnings, for Thomas Klosky, Jr. Among the races cancelled were those comprising the Pick 5, which was to feature a $25,000 total-pool guarantee. That guarantee will be offered for Monday's Pick 5. Throughout January, The Meadows will offer Standardbred and Thoroughbred handicapping contests, both on track and at its Harmar location, for Racing Player Rewards members. The Meadows Racing Handicapping contest occurs each Wednesday. Entry is free, with the winner at each location earning 40,000 points and the overall winner collecting an additional 20,000 bonus points. The Road to Louisville Thoroughbred handicapping contests each features a Kentucky Derby prep. Featured race Saturday, Jan. 30, is the Holy Bull at Gulfstream Park. Entry fee is $5. Each location winner receives all entry fees collected plus 20,000 points while the overall winner receives an additional 20,000 bonus points. For more information or to enter, visit the retail counter at either location. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

The Living Horse Hall of Fame nominating committee of the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame has announced the results of recent balloting to determine the 2016 inductees into the Harness Racing Living Horse Hall of Fame. Annual members (in good standing) voted for the two horses they felt best exemplified greatness. Their choices are racehorses Muscle Hill and Real Desire. The other nominees were Credit Winner, Mr Muscleman and Yankee Glide. Broodmare Arl's Troublemaker will also be inducted into the Hall of Fame, having met the qualifications for broodmares. Muscle Hill, Real Desire and Arl's Troublemaker will be inducted on Hall of Fame Day, Sunday, July 3rd, 2016. The ceremonies honoring these extraordinary Standardbred horses will take place during the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame's annual dinner. For information on the Hall of Fame weekend and other festivities surrounding this important occasion visit www.harnessmuseum.com from April 2016 onward or call or write the Museum at 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY 10924. Phone: 845-294-6330. Standardbreds are eligible for nomination to harness racing's highest accolade only if they comply with the following strict criteria: They must be retired from racing for five years and had a drug-free career. In addition, racehorses must have won 75% of their lifetime starts, or gone undefeated in a single season campaign of 12 or more races, or been the winner of $3 million lifetime or named Harness Horse of the Year (US and/or Canada). Stallions must rank among the 10 all-time leading money-winning sires at their gait or have sired at least 100 $200,000 winners or been a leading money-winning sire at his gait in three or more seasons. BROODMARES are automatically elected if they have produced a $1 million winner and two other winners of $500,000 OR produced a Harness Horse of the Year (US and/or Canada) and another $500,000 winner. THE 2016 LIVING HORSE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES MUSCLE HILL (Nominated as Racehorse) 2,1:53.3; 3,1:50.1 ($3,273,342) Bay Horse, 2006 (Muscles Yankee - Yankee Blondie - American Winner) World champion trotter Muscle Hill raced in 2008-2009 and owns a lifetime record of 21-20-1-0. He continues to rank as the leading single-season moneywinning Standardbred ($2,456,041) of all time. Muscle Hill finished second in his freshman debut, a New Jersey Sire Stakes event, but never lost another race. Major two-year-old wins included the Peter Haughton Memorial, Bluegrass, International Stallion Stakes and the Breeders Crown, where he set a world record 1:53.3 for two-year-old trotting colts on a mile track. Muscle Hill finished the season with earnings of $817,301 and was voted 2008 Dan Patch Two-Year-Old Trotting Colt of the Year. Muscle Hill was undefeated in twelve starts as a three-year-old in 2009. Major victories included the Hambletonian, Canadian Trotting Classic, Breeders Crown, World Trotting Derby, Kentucky Futurity and American-National. His world record-equaling Hambletonian (1:50.1) is still the fastest ever. Muscle Hill's efforts earned him the titles of 2009 Dan Patch and O'Brien Horse of the Year, Dan Patch Trotter of the Year, and 2009 Dan Patch and O'Brien Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt of the Year. Muscle Hill was the first trotter to win Horse of the Year after an unbeaten season. With three crops racing, Muscle Hill has sired the winners of over $14 million, including 2014 Hambletonian winner Trixton 3,1:50.3 ($947,057) and Breeders Crown and Hambletonian elimination winner, world champion Mission Brief 2,1:50.3 ($1,426,687). REAL DESIRE (Nominated as Racehorse) p,4,1:48.2 ($3,159,814) Bay Horse, 1998 (Life Sign - Deadly Desire - Troublemaker) In three racing seasons (2000-2002), pacer Real Desire amassed over $3 million, clocked nine sub-1:50 victories and was honored with Horse of the Year awards in both the United States and Canada. At the time of his retirement, Real Desire was ranked third among the leading moneywinning pacers of all time and is currently ranked thirteenth. He recorded 25 wins out of 40 starts, finishing off the board only twice in his career. As a two-year-old in 2000, Real Desire was victorious in eight of his ten starts, including a division of the Champlain Stakes, the Nassagaweya Stake and the Kentucky Sire Stakes final, where he set a 1:50.4 world record mile for two-year-old pacers. During his 2001 sophomore season Real Desire continued to show brilliance with wins in the Meadowlands Pace, the Hoosier Cup, a division of the Bluegrass and the Breeders Crown final. He closed the season with a 17-7-7-2 record and earnings of $1,646,036 that have kept him among the top twenty single-season moneywinning pacers of all time. Real Desire's 2002 four-year-old season included wins at his second Breeders Crown final, the Canadian Pacing Derby and the U.S. Pacing Championship. He finished the season with a 13-10-1-1 record and $1,059,790 in earnings, and was elected 2002 Horse of the Year and Pacing Horse of the Year in both the U.S. and Canada. In 2008, Real Desire was inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame. As a stallion, Real Desire has total North American foal earnings of over $52 million, with 305 in 1:55 and 151 $100,000 winners. He is the sire of 2015 Dan Patch Pacing Horse, Canadian Pacing Derby and U.S. Pacing Championship winner State Treasurer p,6,1:47 ($1,804,358) and 2007 Little Brown Jug and North America Cup winner Tell All p,3,1:48.3 ($1,509,227). Real Desire is the broodmare sire of 2013 Dan Patch Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year and 2014 Meadowlands Pace winner, world champion He's Watching p,3,1:46.4 ($1,116,450). ARL'S TROUBLEMAKER (Broodmare) p,4,1:53.2 ($143,945) Bay Mare, 1992 Troublemaker - Kawartha Quality - Southampton V Broodmare Arl's Troublemaker was foaled on January 27, 1992 in Cream Ridge, New Jersey. Bred by Bernard Foti, Arl's Troublemaker raced from 1994 to 1998, earning $143,945. The progeny that qualified Arl's Troublemaker for the Hall of Fame are Art Maker p,1:49.1 ($1,036,217), Stock Market Wiz p,1:49.3 ($739,283) and Breakin The Law p,1:49.4 ($504,932). To date, Arl's Troublemaker has produced seven fillies and six colts, with eleven starters and earnings of $2,630,432. (USTA statistics) Janet Terhune  

Harness racing trainer Kyle Austin knows what it is like to own a top horse having raced the very talented Nutwood 1:50.6 (8wins) over twenty odd years ago and he now has one in his care that looks to be blessed with the same abundance of ability. Buster Bailey is the horses name and the three year old son of Real Desire gave Addington racegoers a glimpse tonight of why he is held in such high regard by both Kyle and driver Blair Orange. Staying out of the early fireworks from barrier three, Buster Bailey was sent forward to grab the lead with just over a lap to go by Blair, though not without a fight with Dream Damien. These two went clear on the home turn but Buster Bailey was always travelling the better and although racing greenly in the straight still had half a length to spare at the finish. The time of 2:22.5 was super impressive in the cold conditions, a mile rate of 1:57.5 with closing sectionals of 58.8 and 27.6. Kyle is enjoying the ride just as much this time as he did with Nutwood. " It is so hard to get a really smart horse so I am rapt to have Buster in the stable." "After I sold Nutwood, I struggled to find a winner for quite a while so it is nice to have another smart one." Kyle said. With only a handful of starts off the place in his short career, there would appear to be plenty of upside to Buster Bailey. "I gave him a few runs off the place at two but he was pretty immature and I put him aside in the end." " He only qualified in early November at Addington so you would like to think he has plenty of upside." " That win tonight was penalty free but our big aim is the $23,500 Super Series Final on February 12th which is a maiden front for him," Kyle said. As to be expected with a three year old who looks well above average, the bloodstock agents have been hovering but no business is close to be done at present. " No one has made me a firm offer to date but I am not sure I want to sell anyway." " It has been a long time between drinks and I am really enjoying it," Kyle said. However that pans out, Kyle has one very talented three year old in his care. Harnesslink Media  

Doug McLeish usually has a handy horse but today's winner has tested his patience.    In the past he raced nice trotter Perfect Hold which won eight races, shared in the ownership in Winton Cup winner Future Fortune and Nelson Cup winner Scottish Sailor, and and he owned Motu Crusader which won four races here including a Sires Stakes Heat at Forbury before he was sold for big money to Australia.   Over the years he's attended most of the yearling sales in Christchurch and has tended to purchase at the lower end of the market.   One of those purchases was an unnamed colt by Real Desire out of the In The Pocket mare Gemside.   Bought for $7,000.00 he was later named Dissolution, and qualified as at two year old in February 2014.    "We had him in the Sires Stakes heat at Addington last year because we thought he was good enough to go there." "If he hadn't gone good enough today I was going to sack him so he's had a reprieve." "The last time he started at Invercargill he was dehydrated and he didn't go any good." He's not very good at drinking - not like his owner. He did go good at the workouts last Thursday though," said McLeish.     His twenty starts up until today yielded a couple of seconds. Just enough the keep the Real Desire gelding in work.    From a wide draw, in-form driver Brad Williamson took the four year old gelding back before getting three back on the outside. He got onto the back of an improving Get Carter and got a nice drag along until the top of the straight. Once he was let down by Williamson, Dissolution came home resolutely to beat Get Carter by one and a half lengths running the 2400 metre mobile trip in 2-59.1.    McLeish enjoyed today's success with his nephew Keith Bond son of former Southland trainer Graham Bond and Amberley based horsewoman Robyn McLeish. Keith is one of the ground staff at Eden Park in Auckland.  Bruce Stewart  -  Southland Harness Racing      -   Check site here  

Harness racing's richest pacer of the year, 3-year-old gelding Wiggle It Jiggleit, and fastest pacer of the year, 6-year-old stallion State Treasurer, were among the six pacers named divisional champions in Dan Patch Award voting announced by the U.S. Harness Writers Association on Wednesday. Also receiving Dan Patch Award pacing honors were undefeated 2-year-old female Pure Country, 2-year-old male Boston Red Rocks, 3-year-old female Divine Caroline, and older female Venus Delight. Pacer of the Year, Trotter of the Year, and Horse of the Year will be announced live Thursday at approximately 1 p.m. from Monticello Raceway, following the second race. The announcement will be available on Monticello's simulcast, advance deposit wagering sites, or via replay at monticelloraceway.com/video-racing-results. An email announcement will follow immediately. A total of 136 Dan Patch Award ballots were returned. Wiggle It Jiggleit received 97 percent of the votes in the 3-year-old male pacer division while Pure Country got 91 percent for 2-year-old female pacers. Divine Caroline, State Treasurer, and Venus Delight each received more than 77 percent in their categories and Boston Red Rocks got 60 percent. All six pacers are receiving their first Dan Patch Award honors. Wiggle It Jiggleit won 22 of 26 races this year and finished second on three occasions on his way to $2.18 million in purses. The gelding's victories included the Meadowlands Pace, Little Brown Jug, Battle of the Brandywine, Max C. Hempt Memorial, Carl Milstein Memorial, Hap Hansen Progress Pace, and Matron Stakes. In addition, Wiggle It Jiggleit paced the fastest mile ever by a 3-year-old on a half-mile track when he won in 1:49 at Harrington Raceway. His time of 1:48 in winning the Battle of the Brandywine set the world record for a 3-year-old gelding on a five-eighths-mile oval. Wiggle It Jiggleit is owned by George Teague Jr. Inc. and trained by Teague's longtime assistant Clyde Francis. Teague's son, Montrell, drove Wiggle It Jiggleit in all his starts. Three-year-old filly Divine Caroline won five of her final six starts this year --- including the Breeders Crown and Tarport Hap --- and won eight of 22 races overall. She finished among the top three a total of 19 times and earned a division-leading $667,266 for trainer Joe Holloway and owners Val D'Or Farms, Ted Gewertz, Rojan Stables, and Michael Ouriel. Divine Caroline's remaining wins this season also included divisions of the Glen Garnsey and Bluegrass stakes. State Treasurer topped all older pacers in purses with $865,807. His time of 1:47 in winning the U.S. Pacing Championship at the Meadowlands was this year's fastest mile by a pacer and only one-fifth of a second off the fastest race mile in harness racing history. For the year, State Treasurer won nine of 19 races and hit the board a total of 15 times. His victories also included the Canadian Pacing Derby, Roll With Joe, Dayton Pacing Derby, and Molson Pace. His triumph in the Molson Pace made him the first three-time winner of the event. State Treasurer, trained by Ian Moore, is owned by Sally MacDonald and Paul MacDonald. Venus Delight was the richest pacing mare of the season, with $603,265 in purses for trainer Jeff Bamond Jr. and owner Bamond Racing. She won eight of 19 starts and finished among the top three on 15 occasions. Her wins included the Blue Chip Matchmaker Series championship, the Milton Stakes, the TVG Free For All Series championship for pacing mares, and the Artiscape. Pure Country was a perfect 10-for-10 this year and led all 2-year-old pacers with $689,968 in earnings. She joins JK She'salady (2014), See You At Peelers (2010) and My Little Dragon (2005) as the only 2-year-old female pacers to win a Dan Patch Award with an undefeated season. Trained by Jimmy Takter for owner Diamond Creek Racing, Pure Country's wins included the Breeders Crown, the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship --- in a stakes- and track-record 1:51 at The Meadows --- and divisions of the Bluegrass and International Stallion stakes. Boston Red Rocks never finished off the board in nine races this year, winning four times. His victories included the Breeders Crown for 2-year-old male pacers and Governor's Cup. The colt, trained by Steve Elliott, is owned by Peter Blood and Rick Berks. Boston Red Rocks earned $579,205 this year, the top figure for a 2-year-old male pacer. 2-YEAR-OLD MALE PACER Boston Red Rocks (82 votes) Rocknroll Hanover---McGibson---McArdle Yearling Price: $50,000 at Standardbred Horse Sale Breeder: Andray Farm Owners: Peter Blood, Rick Berks Trainer: Steve Elliott Drivers: Tim Tetrick, John Campbell Races: 9-4-4-1 Purses: $579,205 Mark: 1:50.3 at Meadowlands Top wins: $600,000 Breeders Crown; $413,000 Governor's Cup 2-YEAR-OLD FEMALE PACER Pure Country (124 votes) Somebeachsomewhere---Western Montana---Western Hanover Yearling Price: Homebred Breeder: Diamond Creek Farm Owner: Diamond Creek Racing Trainer: Jimmy Takter Driver: Brett Miller Races: 10-10-0-0 Purses: $689,968 Mark: 1:51 at The Meadows Top wins: $600,000 Breeders Crown; $350,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship 3-YEAR-OLD MALE PACER Wiggle It Jiggleit (132 votes) Mr Wiggles---Mozzi Hanover---Jenna's Beach Boy Sale Price: Private Breeders: James Bernstein, Theresa Bantle, Eric Felter, Vincent Tancredi Owner: George Teague Jr. Inc. Trainer: Clyde Francis Driver: Montrell Teague Races: 26-22-3-0 Purses: $2.18 million Mark: 1:47.4 at Meadowlands Top wins: $706,000 Meadowlands Pace; $677,000 Little Brown Jug; $500,000 Battle of the Brandywine; $500,000 Hempt Memorial 3-YEAR-OLD FEMALE PACER Divine Caroline (113 votes) Rock N Roll Heaven---Loving Caroline---Art Major Yearling Price: $75,000 at Standardbred Horse Sale Breeder: Diamond Creek Farm Owners: Val D'Or Farms, Ted Gewertz, Rojan Stables, Michael Ouriel Trainer: Joe Holloway Driver: David Miller Races: 22-8-5-6 Purses: $667,266 Mark: 1:49.2 at The Red Mile Top wins: $500,000 Breeders Crown; $173,500 Tarport Hap; $117,250 Glen Garnsey division OLDER MALE PACER State Treasurer (108 votes) Real Desire---Ideal Treasure---Western Ideal Yearling Price: $6,500 at Standardbred Horse Sale Breeder: Brittany Farms Owners: Sally MacDonald, Paul MacDonald Trainer: Ian Moore Drivers: David Miller, Randy Waples, Chris Christoforou Races: 19-9-1-5 Purses: $865,807 Mark: 1:47 at Meadowlands Top wins: $513,750 Canadian Pacing Derby; $215,400 U.S. Pacing Championship; $150,000 Roll With Joe OLDER FEMALE PACER Venus Delight (105 votes) Bettor's Delight---Venus Killean---Run The Table Sale Price: Private Breeder: Estate of George Hempt Trust Owner: Bamond Racing Trainer: Jeff Bamond Drivers: Jason Bartlett, Tim Tetrick, James MacDonald Races: 19-8-3-4 Purses: $603,265 Mark: 1:49.4 at Vernon Downs Top wins: $261,000 Blue Chip Matchmaker; $225,000 Milton; $200,000 TVG; $194,000 Artiscape From the U.S. Harness Writers Association

Sean McCaffrey and Ross Paynter are only in their first full season of their training partnership together but already the signs are very encouraging heading into the future. Last night they took three runners to Alexandra Park and to even their surprise came away with three winners. First up was the smart Love You trotting mare in Yagunnakissmeornot who made it two from two for the season with another impressive victory. Sean was always of the opinion that the mare would get better with age. " She is a big daughter of Love You and I always thought time would be her best friend." "She has never really disappointed me the whole way through and I think she is probably still twelve months away from being at her peak." "That was her tenth win last night at just her 20th career start so you know if you are patient with her, she will reward you down the track," Sean said. Contrary to some reports, Yagunnakissmeornot did not get the bonus for winning ten races at the park as some of her two year old wins were penalty free. The second win for the partnership last night came in the form of the four year old Real Desire mare in Norvic Ruby. Sean has always had a bit of time for the mare. "I broke her in as a late two year old and she impressed me but just needed a little time." " She kinda got forgotten about and ended up having 15 months out." This is only her second time in and she has gone from unqualified to race winner in one preparation so she has a future. " She just needs to be driven cold and have one shot at them and James (Stormont) drove her beautifully last night," Sean said. The third winner for the partnership came in the form of the very well bred three year old trotter Royal Willie. The three year old son of Majestic Son and the former top racemare Miss Whiplash (13 wins) was driven a treat by the inform Maurice McKendry and grabbed the favourite Matatoki late for a stylish victory with the rest of the field over six lengths away. Talented enough to be competitive in the Harness Jewels last season, Royal Willie has really come on between campaigns. " He is very bossy and territorial at home and likes to let you know that he is about." This season he still does that at home but as soon as he gets to the track he is behaving like an old campaigner. " No noise at all last night and he was well behaved the whole time at the park." " Maurice was very confident going into the race and told me post race that he won it a bit easier than it looked from the stands," Sean said. Sean and Ross have made a good start to their training partnership and with the team they have around them, they should be in for a very successful season. Harnesslink Media

With the Sires Stakes Final for 3 year old fillies looming large on the horizon, a lot of fillies are staking a claim for inclusion in the $150,000 final at Alexandra Park on December 31st. Last night at Alexandra Park, the Mark Jones trained Real Torque won her third race at just her seventh career start and gave notice that she will be competitive in the $22,000 Sires Stakes heat at Alexandra Park on December 11th. Bought out of the 2014 Australasian Classic yearling sale for the princely sum of $10,000, Real Torque has plenty going for her pedigree wise with her being a half sister to four winners including the very smart Statesman 1:50.2 who has recently passed the $500,000 mark in career earnings. The daughter of Real Desire has shown a liking for the Alexandra Park track which is a plus going forward and she is building nicely for her Sires Stakes heat. Last night Mark Jones worked her to the front early and dictated the tempo before brushing home in 57.6 and 28.5 for a comfortable victory. Mark Jones thought Real Torque would be hard to beat last night. " She was a two win horse in a maiden field so she was always going to be hard to beat. " If anything she should have won that a lot easier than she did but she had a couple of coughs during the week so she had an excuse." " She will have one more run before the Sires Stakes heat on December 11th and then hopefully into the final." " She is going to have to step up to be competitive but she is paid up so we are going to have a go," Mark said. Mark Jones is no stranger to bringing horses north and getting the money and with further progression, Real Torque is more than capable of picking up some of the spoils in the Sires Stakes Series. Harnesslink Media  

WILKES BARRE PA -- Fancy Desire, a harness racing four-year-old pacing mare who had won the $300,000 Lynch Final on June 28 of last year at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono but who had fallen on hard times since, seemed to relish the rain, 48-degree chill and sloppy track offered at The Downs Friday and won the $24,000 distaff pacing feature in 1:52.1.   The daughter of Real Desire, trained by Daniel Renaud for owner Robert Di Nozzi, won only twice more in 2014 after the Lynch and hadn't won at all in 2015 prior to this race, and she sported a 23-race losing streak coming in. But a second-over trip after relatively fast fractions allowed Fancy Desire to rally from fifth, catching Ooh Bad Shark, who had gained the lead midstretch in the Pocono Pike, while posting a neck decision. Fancy Desire gave driver George Napolitano Jr., who also piloted her in the 2014 Lynch Final, his fourth win of five on the night at The Downs at press time.   FINISHING LINES -- Mach It So, coming off a dramatic sweeping victory in the Quillen Memorial at Harrington last week, will be among the favorites in the $30,000 Open pace headliner at The Downs Saturday. The winner of $1.08M, who took his mark of 1:48 locally, will start from post five, with driver Andrew McCarthy listed by trainer Jeff Bamond Jr.   PHHA / Pocono  

Columbus, OH --- Ohio’s best night of racing, Super Night, will be held at Scioto Downs this Saturday (Sept. 12) with a first post time of 6:30 p.m. Anchoring the card (races four-11) will be eight $225,000 Ohio Sire Stakes finals for 2- and 3-year-old colt and filly trotters and pacers. State Treasurer headlines the 10-horse $225,000 Jim Ewart Memorial Pace. The 6-year-old son of Real Desire most recently won the Canadian Pacing Derby at Mohawk Racetrack in 1:47.4 last week and is the 7-5 morning line favorite with David Miller set to drive. Nine other pacers, including 2015 Gene Riegle Memorial winner Mykindachip (Jason Brewer), 2014 Little Brown Jug winner Limelight Beach (Chris Page), 2015 Graduate final winner Doo Wop Hanover (Ronnie Wrenn Jr.) and 2015 Prix D’Ete winner All Bets Off (Matt Kakaley) are also set to start. Other races on tap for the evening include the $100,000 Sam “Chip” Noble III Memorial Trot, the $40,000 Ryder Steck Memorial Pace and a pair of $30,000 Open Paces. Before the first race even starts, there will be a plethora of activities for fans to enjoy. A driver autograph session will start at 5:30 p.m. down by the winner’s circle and a special Man vs. Horse race, with 1988 Olympic gold medalist Butch Reynolds, will be at 6 p.m. A 50/50 raffle will be held trackside to benefit the Butch Reynolds Care for Kids Foundation (must be 18-plus to purchase and participate in the raffle). Other happenings at the track include receiving a logoed gift when you buy a live racing program and driver interviews and t-shirt tosses after each winner’s circle presentation. In the breezeway between the clubhouse and racino a fundraiser will take place all night long for longtime driver Brad Hanners, who was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma and is preparing to begin treatment at The Ohio State University’s James Cancer Hospital. Saturday evening caps an exciting 2015 Scioto Downs summer meet, in which 95 days of racing were held for more than $15 million in purses. For more information about the 2016 racing season, and other winter activities held at the racino, including the opening of The Brew Brothers, a microbrewery and restaurant, visitwww.sciotodowns.com. by Jason Roth, for Scioto Downs 

CAMPBELLVILLE, August 29 - Harness racings top older pacers and rising stars were on display Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack in eliminations for the Canadian Pacing Derby and Metro Pace. A solid group of 18 older pacers were split into a pair of $40,000 eliminations for the Canadian Pacing Derby. The top-five finishers from each nine-horse elimination earned a spot in next week's $685,000 final. In the first elimination, State Treasurer continued his hot streak with a narrow 1:50.1 victory. The six-year-old son of Real Desire was sent off as the heavy 1/5 favourite and got away fourth in the early stages for driver David Miller. Ellis Park made a second-quarter move to the front and took the field by the half in :54.4. Around the final turn, Miller sent State Treasurer first up and the Dr. Ian Moore trainee got on even ground with Ellis Park at the third station in 1:23. State Treasurer grabbed sole position of the lead in the stretch, but had to dig in deep to get the victory, as All Bets Off made a late charge to finish second by a neck. "It was a pretty good pace and I was able to sit in passed the half there and when I moved him I just let him come easy there," said Miller, following the race. "Head of the lane I asked him and he finished it off." Captive Audience shot up the rail to finish third, while Piston Broke and Mcwicked rounded out the top-five. Trained by Dr. Ian Moore, State Treasurer now has three consecutive victories and seven from 13 starts in 2015. Saturday's 28th career victory increased his earnings to just under $1.5 million for owners Sally MacDonald and Paul MacDonald. State Treasurer paid $2.70 to win. State Treasurer Returning to the site of his 2014 Pepsi North America Cup victory for the first time, JK Endofanera took the second elimination in 1:50.1. Driven by Brett Miller, JK Endofanera left from post seven and was parked around the first turn before clearing to the front as he entered the backstretch. Shamballa, the 6/5 favourite, got away fourth and made a second-quarter move to the lead for trainer/driver Rick Zeron. The public's choice posted a half-mile clocking of :54.1 to take the field into the final turn. Mach It So challenged first up at Shamballa in the third-quarter, as JK Endofanera followed closely in the pocket. The three-quarter time was 1:22, as Shamballa carried the lead into the lane. In the stretch, Shamballa tried to pace away from his rivals, but JK Endofanera moved to the outside and was able to track down the favourite and score a 1¾ length victory. "I wanted to kind of get away up close," said Miller, following the race. "I still feel this horse is better off the pace and off a helmet, but being an elimination race I didn't want to get eliminated, so I wanted to kind of be up close." JK Endofanera now has three wins in four career starts at Mohawk and Miller noted the long stretch favours the Jimmy Takter trainee. "He's a great big horse and the long stretch is definitely to his advantage." Nirvana Seelster shot through late for third, while Foiled Again and Limelight Beach from the Ron Burke barn finished fourth and fifth, respectively. JK Endofanera now has four wins from nine starts this season for owners 3 Brothers Stable. The son of Art Major has three victories to his credit since joining the Takter barn six starts ago. Saturday's victory was the 18th of JK Endofanera's career and increases his earnings to just shy of $1.8 million. He paid $6.70 to win. JK Endofanera will look to become the first Pepsi North America Cup champion since Gallo Blue Chip in 2001 to also win the Canadian Pacing Derby. JK Endofanera The Metro Pace has served as launching ground to stardom for many pacers over the years and 21 two-year-old pacers contested three $40,000 eliminations for the 2015 edition. Tony Alagna trainees finished one-two in the first elimination with Voracity getting up the final strides to defeat American Passport in 1:54.3. Several horses fired out at the start with American Passport getting the front and posting an opening-panel of :26. Cruise Patrol, who was parked around the first turn, cleared to the lead in the second-quarter and reached the half in :54.4. Voracity, the 3/5 favourite, was taken to the back by Waples and picked up cover in the middle-half. American Passport edged out of the pocket nearing the third station, as Voracity was sent three-wide and sat 2½ lengths off the lead turning for home. In the stretch, American Passport took the lead and was quickly confronted by Voracity. The Alagna trainees slugged it out down the lane and American Passport held the narrow advantage late, but Voracity edged by his stablemate in the final steps to win by a nose. Nvestment Bluechip finished third, while Cruise Patrol was fourth. A son of Sportswriter, Voracity now has four wins from five starts to begin his career. Although the rookie has been doing most of the work on the front end, Alagna noted that Waples said taking to the back was by design. "(Randy) said everybody looked like that wanted to go out of there a hundred, so I just took him back and I know he's so good off a helmet as well, so I wasn't concerned about it," said Alagna. "That's a big mile tonight, the track is pretty tiring especially for these young horses and I think you will see them all fire right back next week." Voracity increased his earnings to $172,000 with the victory for owners Brad Grant, Alagna Racing LLC., and John Fodera. The Alagna trainee paid $3.40 to win. Voracity Control The Moment remained undefeated with an eye-catching 1:52.1 victory in the second elimination. Driven by Waples, Control The Moment left from post six and the 1/5 favourite was able to take a seat in third around the first turn. As the field paced by the three-eighths, Waples gave the Brad Maxwell trainee his cue to brush to the front and he posted a half of :55.4. After pacing a third-quarter of :29, Control The Moment left his rivals far behind and paced home comfortably in :27.2 to score a 3 ½ length victory. "He felt the same as he always does, he just feels like he's a really unbelievably nice horse," said Waples, post-race. "There's more in there that I haven't found yet, like he can do things there that make me in awe." Ideal Rocky split rivals late to finish second, while Racing Hill made a charge on the outside to edge by Manhattan Beach for third. A son of Well Said, Control The Moment, who was a $47,000 yearling purchase last fall in Lexington, is owned by Maxwell, Howard Taylor, Edwin Gold and Ben Mudry. The Maxwell trainee is now six for six to start his career and has $98,187 in earnings. Control The Moment paid $2.60 to win. Control The Moment Betting Line bounced back from a break in his most recent start to win the third and final elimination in 1:52.2. The Casie Coleman trainee left from post three with driver Steve Condren and got away in third. In the second-quarter, Condren sent Betting Line, the even-money favourite, to the front to overtake the lead from The Catamount Kid at the half in :56. After pacing by the three-quarter pole in 1:24.4, Betting Line kicked clear from his rivals by a pair of lengths in mid-stretch and cruised home in :27.3 to win by 2 ¼ lengths. The Catamount Kid finished second, while Pretty Boy Hill was third. Following the race, Coleman said she was happy to see Betting Line back on track after his break at Rideau Carleton. "I really don't know what that Ottawa start was all about, it's uncharacteristic for him to make a break," said Coleman. "We did a little bit of tinkering. I brought his hopples in a half an inch and we changed his bridle." A son of Bettor's Delight, Betting Line now has four wins from six starts and earnings of $117,000 for owners West Wins Stable, Christine Calhoun and Mac Nichol. Betting Line was purchased for $60,000 as a yearling at Harrisburg. The Coleman trainee paid $4 to win. Cruise Patrol, the fourth-place finisher from the first elimination, drew into the final to complete the field of ten for next week's championship. Betting Line The finals for both the Canadian Pacing Derby and Metro Pace were drawn Saturday night. Elimination winners earned the right to select their posts for the final. The $685,000 Canadian Pacing Derby - Presented by HPIBET and the $685,000 Metro Pace will take place next Saturday (September 5). Post time is 7:05 p.m. $685,000 Canadian Pacing Derby Final PP/Horse 1. Mcwicked 2. State Treasurer 3. JK Endofanera 4. All Bets Off 5. Shamballa 6. Nirvana Seelster 7. LimelightBeach 8. Captive Audience 9. Foiled Again 10. Piston Broke AE: Clear Vision $685,000 Metro Pace Final PP/Horse 1. The Catamount Kid 2. Betting Line 3. Voracity 4. Control The Moment 5. Racing Hill 6. Nvestment Bluechip 7. Pretty Boy Hill 8. Ideal Rocky 9. Cruise Patrol 10. American Passport AE: Manhattan Beach Mark McKelvie

Fresh off his 1:47 win in the U.S. Pacing Championship, State Treasurer ($3.50) maintained his superiority in the older pacing ranks with a 1:47.2 triumph in the $150,000 Roll With Joe, held Sunday (August 23) afternoon at the harness racing meeting at Tioga Downs.    The 6-year-old Real Desire entire tracked early pacesetters Dancin Yankee (Jim Morrill, Jr.) and Doctor Butch (Brian Sears) through the first turn, brushing to the fore just after a :26.3 first quarter.   Assuming control with a circuit to go, State Treasurer rated a :54.3 initial half before David Miller cut him loose on the backstretch.   State Treasurer used a :26 third quarter to evade the first-over challenge of Clear Vision (Brett Miller), in fact drawing clear to a four-length lead on the far turn as pocket rival Dancin Yankee could no longer keep pace.   State Treasurer prevailed by 3-3/4 lengths in the end, well in hand at the winning post with plenty in reserve beyond his 1:47.2 mile clocking.   Clear Vision held second, while Foiled Again (Yannick Gingras) stayed on for third off a second-over trip.   Dr. Ian Moore trains State Treasurer for owners Sally and Paul MacDonald.   Mosquito Blue Chip, Rockin in Heaven upset in EBC finals   Earlier in the card, Mosquito Blue Chip ($10.20) mounted a late rally to collar odds-on favorite Divine Caroline in the $269,000 Empire Breeders Classic for New York-sired 3-year-old pacing fillies, while Rockin in Heaven ($24.80) sustained a first-over bid before holding off odds-on entrymates Betting Exchange and In the Arsenal--and a few others--in the $290,000 Empire Breeders Classic for New York-sired 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings.   In the distaff division, Mosquito Blue Chip found herself locked in just prior to a :54.4 half mile from Divine Caroline (David Miller), just three lengths off the lead but lacking for racing room until the conclusion of the final turn.   Off the corner, Jim Morrill, Jr. was able to find room with the Bettor's Delight filly, mounting a three-wide rally past pocket rival Band of Angels (Gingras) in the final sixteenth--and ultimately to just nab Divine Caroline at the winning post for a 1:49.3 score.   Trainer Paul Jessop shares in ownership of Mosquito Blue Chip with the Our Three Sons Stable and Donato Falcicchio.   In the male division, Arque Hanover (George Brennan) made an early push to the lead, taking over from Betting Exchange (Gingras) with a circuit to go and controlling a :54.4 half before bracing for the first-over Rockin in Heaven.   After dueling through a :27.2 third quarter, Rockin in Heaven got the better of Arque Hanover, extending his lead to 1-1/2 lengths at the eighth pole while Arque Hanover faded off the corner.   Upon establishing a clear lead, David Miller had to call upon the son of Rock N Roll Heaven for all he had, just staving off a late charge from Artistic Major (Morrill) by a neck in 1:50. A Bettor Hat (Brett Miller) rallied from deeper back, overcoming a fourth-over trip to just miss by half a length, finishing third.   Trainer Dr. Ian Moore co-owns Rockin in Heaven with Douglas Polley, Francois Lecomte, and Gordon McComb.   Reynolds Stakes contested   In addition to the Roll With Joe and the Empire Breeders Classic finals, 2-year-old trotters contested a number of Reynolds Stakes divisions on the Sunday program at Tioga.   The most notable victor was Southwind Frank ($2.90), a 2-year-old Muscle Hill colt who earned his fifth career win in 1:54.2 just two weeks after his triumph in the Peter Haughton Memorial.   Yannick Gingras was in the bike for trainer Ron Burke.   Live racing returns to Tioga on Friday (August 28) evening, with post time at 6:15 p.m. Eastern.   James Witherite

East Rutherford, NJ --- State Treasurer put on the afterburners in the home stretch, making a statement in his 1:47 win in the $215,400 U.S. Pacing Championship for older harness racing pacers by 3-3/4 lengths on Saturday (Aug. 8) at The Meadowlands. The time was a new world race record for older pacing stallions on a mile track. State Treasuer is trained by Dr. Ian Moore and co-owned by Sally and Paul MacDonald. David Miller was the driver. Dancin Yankee (Jim Morrill Jr.) was first to the lead in :26, but was quickly overtaken by Foiled Again (Yannick Gingras) who held it to the :53 half. State Treasurer was on the move on his outside and quickly took that lead away and held it through the 1:19.4 three-quarter marker. State Treasurer had no serious competition down the stretch and finished well ahead of Doo Wop Hanover (Scott Zeron) in second and Foiled Again third. Children visiting the track on Hambletonian Day were given a Breyer “Stablemate” in the image of Foiled Again, making him the only horse racing today with a toy. The victory was the fifth in 11 starts this year for State Treasurer, taking his season's earnings to $418,790. The 6-year-old son of Real Desire-Ideal Treasure has won 26 times in his career, with earnings of $1,357,397. State Treasurer by Ellen Harvey, Harness Racing Communications 

The 6-year-old State Treasurer, purchased for a mere $6,500 at the 2010 Standardbred Horse Sale, is a multiple-stakes-winner with more than $1 million in earnings for harness racing owners Sally and Allan MacDonald and Paul and Sophie MacDonald. Earlier this year he won an unprecedented third Molson Pace and last season he captured the Allerage Farms Open Pace at Lexington's Red Mile. He also missed by only a neck in last year's Breeders Crown Open Pace, finishing third. Last weekend, State Treasurer won his elimination for Saturday's $500,000 Ben Franklin Pace for older male pacers from post nine by a neck over Dynamic Youth in 1:50.3 over a sloppy track at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. He will start the final from post four with David Miller driving for trainer Dr. Ian Moore. "We refer to him as our once-in-a-lifetime horse," said Sally MacDonald, who lives on Prince Edward Island. "When we stop and think about all the people we've met and the traveling we've done, it's basically all because of him. It's been just such an enjoyable time with him." Luck Be Withyou, who won the first of the two Franklin eliminations last weekend, drew post nine for the final. George Napolitano Jr. will drive for trainer Chris Oakes. Saturday's card at Pocono also includes the $500,000 Max C. Hempt Memorial for 3-year-old male pacers, $500,000 Earl Beal Jr. Memorial for 3-year-old male trotters, $300,000 James M. Lynch Memorial for 3-year-old female pacers, and $75,000 Sun Invitational for older trotters. State Treasurer has won four of seven races this year. The four victories have come in his most recent five outings - despite starting from inside of post seven only once - and include the Molson Pace and Gold Cup Invitational. His setback came in the Battle of Lake Erie, where he was fifth by 1-3/4 lengths from post seven at half-mile Northfield Park. "We're very happy with the way he's been racing of late, that's for sure," said Paul MacDonald, who lives in Toronto and is Allan MacDonald's nephew. "We've been drawing poorly it seems quite a bit lately, but that's horse racing. It's certainly tough with such a strong group of older pacers when you're drawing on the outside. I don't think we'll continue to get the breaks we've been getting in some of these races. You just can't do that all the time against such a good group of horses." State Treasurer is a son of stallion Real Desire out of the mare Ideal Treasure, who is a full sister to stakes-winner Ideal Matters. His third dam is world champion stakes-winner Hit Parade. Allan MacDonald selected State Treasurer as a yearling. It was the first horse ever owned by Sally, Paul and Sophie. "My husband had been involved (with horses previously) but we decided to put this horse in my name," Sally MacDonald said. "He thinks I'm his good-luck charm." Said Paul, with a laugh, "Some people say I'm probably ruined now with him as the first horse. "It's been fantastic. Just to be there and participate against an incredible group of horses has been the highlight. Dr. Moore has said he's never had a bad race and I think what he means by that is the horse always gives 110 percent. He may get a bad trip, or the draw may be terrible, or the flow doesn't work out the way that you hope, but the horse is always giving it his best. "We've just had such a great time with this guy. We owe a lot of it to Dr. Moore. He's been just super with him." State Treasurer, who has been trained by Moore throughout his career, has won 25 of 78 career races and earned $1.08 million. He banked a career-best $464,311 last season. "He's an awesome horse to be around," Sally MacDonald said. "He's got a terrific personality. Everybody that sees him likes him. "It's just been such a good-news story with him." Following is the Ben Franklin field in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Domethatagain by Bettor's Delight -  Tim Tetrick, Rene Allard 2. Foiled Again by Dragon Again -  Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 3. Clear Vision by Western Hanover -  Brett Miller, Ron Burke 4. State Treasurer by Real Desire -  David Miller, Ian Moore 5. Dynamic Youth by Bettor's Delight -  Andrew McCarthy, Aaron Lambert 6. Mach It So by Mach Three -  Tim Tetrick, Jeff Bamond Jr. 7. Captive Audience by Art Major -  Jim Morrill Jr., Doug Berkeley 8. Vegas Vacation by Bettor's Delight -  Brian Sears, Casie Coleman 9. Luck Be Withyou by Western Ideal -  George Napolitano Jr., Chris Oakes   Following is the Hempt Memorial field in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Pierce Hanover by Cams Card Shark -  Brett Miller, Ken Sucee 2. Betting Exchange by Bettor's Delight -  Jim Morrill Jr., Tom Fanning 3. Lost For Words by Well Said -  David Miller, Brian Brown 4. Artspeak by Western Ideal -  Scott Zeron, Tony Alagna 5. Wiggle It Jiggleit by Mr Wiggles -  Montrell Teague, Clyde Francis 6. In The Arsenal by American Ideal  -  Brian Sears, Kelvin Harrison 7. Wakizashi Hanover by Dragon Again -  Tim Tetrick, Joann Looney-King 8. A Bettor Hat by Bettor's Delight -  Yannick Gingras, Gilbert Garcia-Herrera 9. National Seelster by Bettor's Delight -  Andy Miller, Chris Ryder   Following is the Beal Memorial field in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Pinkman by Ezplosive Matter -  Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter 2. Cruzado Dela Noche by Muscle Massive -  David Miller, Nancy Johansson 3. Centurion ATM by Sjs Caviar -  Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt 4. Uncle Lasse by Donato Hanover -  Brett Miller, Jimmy Takter 5. Crazy Wow by Crazed -  Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 6. Wicker Hanover by Explosive Matter - Andrew McCarthy, Noel Daley 7. Shoot The Thrill by Explosive Matter -  Tim Tetrick, Dirk Simpson 8. Boots N Chains by Yankee Glide -  Andy Miller, John Butenschoen 9. Southwind Mozart by Muscle Hill - John Campbell, Ake Svanstedt   Following is the Lynch Memorial field in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Bettor Be Steppin by Bettor's Delight -  Corey Callahan, Joe Holloway 2. Deli Beach by Somebeachsomewhere -  John Campbell, Brett Bittle 3. Stacia Hanover by Western Ideal -  Scott Zeron, Steve Elliott 4. Sassa Hanover by Rock N Roll Heaven -  Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 5. Divine Caroline by Rock N Roll Heaven -  David Miller, Joe Holloway 6. Momas Got A Gun by Somebeachsomewhere -  Brett Miller, Virgil Morgan Jr. 7. Single Me by Bettor's Delight -  Brian Sears, Ross Croghan 8. Wicked Little Minx by Rocknroll Hanover -  Brett Miller, Nancy Johansson 9. The Show Returns by Rocknroll Hanover -  Tim Tetrick, Chris Ryder   Following is the Sun Invitational field in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. My Love Bi by Donato Hanover -  George Napolitano Jr., Gilbert Garcia-Herrera 2. Hot Shot Blue Chip by Revenue S -  Joe Pavia Jr., Jonas Czernyson 3. Sebastian K by Korean -  Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt 4. Daylon Miracle by Pegasus Spur -  Simon Allard, Rene Allard 5. JL Cruze by Crazed -  John Campbell, Eric Ell 6. Gural Hanover by Crazed -  Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 7. Classic Martine by Classic Photo -  Tim Tetrick, Chris Oakes by Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications USTA

Harness racing exports to North America from New Zealand had really dried up over the last few years and what was once a lucrative market for Kiwi owners had become a mere trickle of exports. A big part of that decline was due to the value of the New Zealand dollar which has sat around the high eighty cent mark for quite a few years. The recent large drop in the value of the New Zealand dollar against its American counterpart has seen a rekindling of interest from North American owners and trainers and quite a few have winged their way north recently. Three horses that went up to North America recently in Freespin, Backup and Eyre Hostess have all settled in brilliantly and are already plying their trade in their adopted homeland. The horses land in New York these days and the days of horses getting sick on arrival in Los Angeles seem like a thing of the past with the change of entry location. The Real Desire gelding Freespin ran third first up at Yonkers from the outside of the gate but then followed that up with a super front running effort to score in a sharp 1:53.4 on the half mile oval. The Lis Mara mare Eyre Hostess also ran third first up at Harrahs Philadelphia and then not to be outdone by Freespin put up a great run at her second start at the same track to score in 1:51.4 The Art Major gelding Backup was thrown in the deepend in the $25,000 open at Yonkers but performed with distinction, finishing second in 1:52.2 to the very well performed Lucan Hanover 1:48 ($698,533) Those kind of results in conjunction with the drop in the dollar have helped to drive a resurgence in the market and another planeload left for North America yesterday. On board were horses such as Mr Franklin, Kippenberger and Playaway amongst others and the next planeload is three quarters full already. While no one can predict where the dollar will end up as it continues to fall, Kiwi owners and trainers are taking advantage of having another outlet for horses that are on their mark here. Harnesslink Media

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