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The 145th edition of the Great Stoneboro Fair featured a 14-race harness racing card for freshmen on Friday (August 31) in Northwestern Pennsylvania.The Quaker Stake for trotters opened the card, and Southern Gal (Pinetucky) picked up her first career win, scoring in 2:10 on her hometrack for owner, trainer and driver Charlie Crouser.

Bedford harness racing driver Roger Hammer had the hot hand on the Pennsylvania Fair Circuit on Wednesday (August 29), driving five winners on an eight-race card at the Erie County Fair in Wattsburg. The Dunn Stable and trainer Boots Dunn dominated the day's first two races, PA Sire Stakes for sophomore trotters.

Harness racing returned to the Indiana County Fairgrounds in Indiana, PA on Monday (August 27), with eight PA Sire Stake races.

The third day of harness racing at the Crawford County Fairgrounds in Meadville, Pennsylvania brought the return of Walter "Boots" Dunn to the bike, and at age 82, he proved that he can still get the job done. Dunn, a longtime USTA Director and the winningest amateur driver in the sport with more than 1,150 career wins, went wire-to-wire in an overnight non-winners pace, catch-driving SJs American Girl to a 2:13 victory.

Two-year-old pacers highlighted Day 2 of harness racing racing at the Crawford County Fair on Tuesday (August 21st) in Meadville, PA.

Despite stepping up in class, South Pacific had little trouble disposing of her Pennsylvania Sires Stake harness racing rivals Tuesday (August 21) at The Meadows, scoring in a stake-fastest 1:52.3.

The sophomore class of 2012 entertained a large harness racing crowd on Thursday (August 16) at the Dayton Fairgrounds in Dayton, PA. Two $5,867 PASS divisions of filly trotters kicked off the card, with Magnolia Grace and harness racing driver Eric Neal taking the first division in2:03.3. The Glidemaster mare is owned by Jack and Sharon Claypoole, and trained by Bill Kreutzer.

Me And Cinderella and Smoother Ride each won their fourth consecutive race to highlight Stallion Series harness racing action on Tuesday night (August 14) at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. There were six Stallion Series divisions held for 2-year-old colts and geldings on the trot, each carrying a purse of $20,000.

Arden Downs, namesake of the Arden Downs Stakes and the home of the Washington County Fair, kicked off its annual two-day harness racing meeting with 3-year-olds in action in Pennsylvania Sire Stake and Quaker Stakes.

Its Complicated made things pretty simple Tuesday (August 7) at The Meadows when he captured a harness racing division of a $311,725 Pennsylvania Sires Stake in 1:56, fastest this year by a 2-year-old getting trotter on a five-eighths-mile track.

Spice It Up Lindy and harness racing driver Jim Meittinis took their usual place in the winner's circle following Saturday night's $16,500 open trot at Tioga Downs.

Top Billing, who just missed qualifying for the Hambletonian final, took out his revenge on a Pennsylvania Sires Stakes field Friday at The Meadows by capturing his division in a stake-record 1:53.4 for harness racing driver Dave Palone.

He was a good 2-year-old but at age three Coraggioso is even better, and arguably the best of the harness racing 3-year-old colt trotters in the rich New York Sire Stakes.

Sir Caviar ended an uncharacteristically long draught with a front-end victory in 1:53.2 - a tick off his own track record for older geldings - in Tuesday's (July 30) Preferred Trot at The Meadows.

Delicious bided her time off fast fractions, then brushed late to capture a harness racing division of Friday's $82,471 Arden Downs stake at The Meadows in a stake-record 1:55.2.

Sharp Edge extended his domination of The Meadows' trotting elite Tuesday with a front-end score - his third straight victory - in the $22,500 Preferred Handicap Trot.

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