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Sevruga matched the fastest time ever trotted on a 5/8-mile oval with a romping win in a Preferred trot at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Sunday night. The race carried a purse of $25,000.

Grand Circuit Week at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs wrapped up with 12 Pennsylanvania All Stars races on a steamy harness racing Saturday night.

Continuing to bounce back remarkably after Thursday's rainout, the twicearound oval at the Big Butler Fair yielded its fastest mile of the week in Quaker State Stakes action Saturday -- a 2:03.1 victory to Royal Native in a division of the Quaker 3YO pace (Quakers are not split by sex).

The first harness racing horse to earn a check in North America on Friday, Jungle Of Terror, also became the first three-time winner on the Pennsylvania fair circuit this year when he won the 9 a.m. opener at the Big Butler Fair this morning.

The combination of harness racing trainer Virgil Morgan Jr. and driver David Miller scored a pair of wins with the two fastest times in Stallion Series action for three-year-old trotting fillies on Tuesday night at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs.

Tuesday (June 11) morning saw one hundred two-year-olds face starter Norton Shoemaker at Harrah's Philadelphia, contesting thirteen qualifying heats over a fast track.

Ecurie Quick Star's bred and owned Up and Quick (5m Buvetier d'Aunou-Fichtre-Quiton du Coral) handily won today's Gr. II Prix Louis Jariel for 120,000 euro at Paris-Vincennes.

Dontyouforgetit and Bluto gave the harness racing team of Jimmy Takter and Dave Palone a pair of victories in Friday's $134,426 Currier & Ives at The Meadows. Longshot Its Complicated took the other division of the stake for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters.

Orleans OM (5f SJ's Caviar-Deux de Mai-Super Pleasure) enjoyed a perfect trip from Giuseppe Lombardo Jr. to score an upset win in Bologna's Gran Prix Repubblica today.

Matthieu Abrivard, a leading international and French harness racing driver, was seriously injured in a pre-race accident Monday at Chartres.

Sporting hopples for the second time, High Bridge converted a cozy pocket trip to harness racing victory in a stake-fastest 1:55.1 in Friday's $243,495 Pennsylvania Sires Stake at The Meadows.

Sent off as the favorite in the 2005 Hambletonian, Classic Photo was defeated by Vivid Photo for the $1.5 million purse, but Todd Schadel, who just happened to co-own the victorious gelding, possessed no reservations about breeding to the stallion and is quite pleased with how Classic Martine, the result of this mating, is performing.

El hipodromo de Son Pardo Majorque today hosted the 80th edition of the Gran Premi National. 16 three year-old Spain registered colts and fillies were at the autostart for this 2150 meter Gr. II event carrying a purse of 96,000 euro.

Talk about a photo finish! How about the four-horse finish in the $180,000 final of the Arthur J. Cutler Memorial Trot at the Meadowlands Saturday night! Only a long nose separated first from fourth place and the photo finish camera could not even separate the battle for second place with a dead heat!

Spice It Up Lindy took a week vacation after his last open trot victory, but returned on Saturday night at Tioga Downs and repeated in the $16,000 open trot.

Three more entrants were announced for the May 26 Elitloppet 2013 (from Sweden Raja Mirchi, Commander Crowe and Panne de Moteur).

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