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August 24, 2014 - In the final two legs before the mid-season break of HANA Harness' Grand Circuit Handicapping Shoot-Out Contest sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, DRF Harness, Meadowlands Racing & Gaming, Northfield Park, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs. Josi Verlingieri dominated her fellow competitors with a net profit of $1,886.25, more than $1,000 ahead of the rest of the pack. While Verlingieri leapfrogged from 8th to 4th place with her performance, Brandon Valvo remains on top at the mid-season break, leading his fellow handicappers with a net profit of $3,604.50, $1,395.80 ahead of his closest competitor, Bob Zanakis Other handicappers had less profitable, though significant weekends. Overall leader Brandon Valvo ended the final weekend of the summer portion of the competition with a weekly net profit of $830 edging out Earl Paulson who had a net profit of $800. As for key wagers for the weekend, after starting off with a $70 loss in Leg 22 (August 15), Verlingieri reversed her fortunes dramatically with a profit of $1,956.25 in Leg 23 (August 16) by going all in with a $125 Win and Place wager on Solar Sister ($27.50, $7.80) in the 3rd leg of the Eternal Camnation at Mohawk Racetrack. For Leg 22, the inaugural Carl Milstein Memorial at Northfield Park, Earl Paulson netted a profit of $662.50 thanks primarily to a $25 Exacta box of three horses ($155 total) which returned $835. Valvo managed a $609 profit in Leg 22 with a $50 Win, Place wager on Milstein Memorial Consolation winner National Debt which returned $475 plus a $10 Trifecta part-wheel ($60) on the Milstein Memorial with its $294 dividend while scoring a $221 profit in Leg 23 primarily with his $10 Trifecta box ($60) in the Joe Gerrity Memorial at Saratoga Raceway which returned $206. Paulson scored a $600 profit in the Friday night leg of the competition primarily with a $25 Exacta three-horse box ($150) which returned a gross of $835 and a $137.50 profit on Saturday evening with a $5 Exacta box ($30) in the 3rd division of the Eternal Camnation which returned $252.50. Other performances worth noting were Sally Hinckley's $386.50 profit in the Saturday evening stanza with a $20 Trifecta key ($240) in the 3rd division of the Nassagaweya which returned $600 while Rusty Nash scored a $230 profit thanks to a $353 return on a $20 Win, Place wager on the 3rd division of the Eternal Camnation. The current standings at the break are: As of August 16, 2014 - Leg 23 Pos Handicapper Week Gain Net Profit Behind 1st Brandon Valvo $830.00 $3,604.50   2nd Bob Zanakis ($500.00) $2,208.70 $1,395.80 3rd Earl Paulson $800.00 $744.90 $2,859.60 4th Josi Verlingieri $1,886.25 $614.15 $2,990.35 5th Derick Giwner ($143.00) ($44.23) $3,648.73 6th Brian McEvoy ($12.50) ($177.50) $3,782.00 7th Ray Garnett $0.00 ($622.15) $4,226.65 8th Mark McKelvie ($500.00) ($624.00) $4,228.50 9th Rusty Nash $18.52 ($1,624.11) $5,228.61 10th Sally Hinckley $216.10 ($1,671.90) $5,276.40 11th Ann Stepien ($240.00) ($1,749.11) $5,353.61 12th Gordon Waterstone ($500.00) ($1,900.30) $5,504.80 13th Garnet Barnsdale ($498.00) ($2,226.00) $5,830.50 14th Dennis O'Hara ($463.00) ($3,046.70) $6,651.20 15th Ray Cotolo ($500.00) ($4,548.40) $8,152.90 by Allan Schott, for HANA

This Week: Canadian Pacing Derby, Metro and She's A Great Lady eliminations, Mohawk Racetrack, Campbellville, Ontario; and Cane Pace eliminations and Kindergarten leg, Tioga Downs, Nichols, N.Y. Schedule of events: Grand Circuit action kicks off on Saturday (Aug. 23) when Mohawk Racetrack hosts two C$40,000 eliminations in the Canadian Pacing Derby for older pacers, two C$40,000 eliminations in the Metro for 2-year-old pacing colts and a trio of C$35,000 eliminations in the She's A Great Lady for 2-year-old pacing fillies. More information on those races can be found by clicking on this link. On Sunday (Aug. 24), Tioga Downs will host a pair of Grand Circuit events, led by the $100,000 eliminations for the Cane Pace, the first leg of the Pacing Triple Crown. Tioga will also feature second round action in the Kindergarten Series for 2-year-old colt and filly trotters. Complete entries for the races at Tioga are available at this link. Entries for the Mohawk races are available at this link. Last time: The Grand Circuit spotlight was on Northfield Park and Saratoga Casino and Raceway this past weekend with a pair of lucrative stakes for pacing males. All Bets Off used the passing lane to score in 1:50.3 in the Carl Milstein Memorial. All Bets Off, overlooked by the betting public at odds of 7-1, took advantage of a perfect trip to win the inaugural $400,000 Carl Milstein Memorial for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers on Friday night (Aug. 15) at Northfield Park. Matt Kakaley was in the sulky for trainer Ron Burke as the son of Bettor's Delight-Armbro Penelope won for the seventh time in 10 season's starts, while his share of the purse took his 2014 earnings to $511,175. All Bets Off is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Frank Baldachino, The Panhellenic Stable and Rosemary Shelswell. Kakaley steered All Bets Off ($16.60) into the passing lane and he easily went by the tiring leader, McWicked, to reach the finish line on top by three-quarters of a length in 1:50.3. McWicked and Luck Be Withyou finished in a dead head for second. Stevensville was fourth and Let's Drink On It finished fifth. Dancin Yankee set a world record of 1:48.4 in capturing the $260,000 Joe Gerrity Jr. Memorial Pace on Saturday night (Aug. 16) at Saratoga Casino and Raceway. The time was the fastest ever for an older pacing stallion on a half-mile track, breaking the mark of 1:49 previously shared by Jet Laag and Ponder. It was also the fastest mile ever paced at Saratoga. Dancin Yankee set a world record of 1:48.4 in capturing the $260,000 Joe Gerrity Jr. Memorial Pace. Dancin Yankee is a 6-year-old stallion by Yankee Cruiser-Dancewiththebest, owned by Baron Racing Stable and Richard Lombardo. Amber Buter is the trainer and Tyler Buter was in the sulky. The victory was the 15th in 23 season's starts for the bay pacer who lifted his 2014 bankroll to $457,640. Dancin Yankee ($3.90) started from post position three and went right to the front and was never caught through fractions of :25.4, :53.4 and 1:21, before pacing home in :27.4 for the record mile in 1:48.4. Heston Blue Chip (Marcus Miller) sat In The Pocket the entire mile and finished second, 3-1/4 lengths behind the winner. Foiled Again (Matt Kakaley) made a first over bid for the front down the backstretch, but could never catch the leader and ended up third. Complete recaps of all the races are available at the Grand Circuit website. Grand Circuit Standings: In 2014, the Grand Circuit leaders in three categories (driver, trainer and owner) will once again be tracked on a points system (20-10-5 for the top three finishers in divisions/finals and 10-5-2 for the top three finishers in eliminations/legs). Winbak Farms is the sponsor for the 2014 Grand Circuit awards. Here are the leaders following the past weekend. Drivers: 1. Yannick Gingras - 686; 2. Tim Tetrick - 512; 3. Ron Pierce - 386.5; 4. David Miller - 307.5; 5. Brian Sears - 245. Trainers: 1. Ron Burke - 1,071.5; 2. Jimmy Takter - 529; 3. PJ Fraley - 204; 4. Ray Schnittker - 189; 5. Ake Svanstedt - 172. Owners: 1. Burke Racing - 242.25; 2. Weaver Bruscemi - 216; 3. Bamond Racing - 156.5; 4. 3 Brothers Stable - 132; 5t. Robert Key - 105; 5t. Knutsson Trotting - 105. Looking ahead: Grand Circuit action will be taking place next week at Vernon Downs with Zweig Memorial races for 3-year-old male trotters and 3-year-old filly trotters, along with the Crawford Farm Trot for older open trotters. Mohawk Racetrack will offer the finals in the Canadian Pacing Derby, the Metro and the She's A Great Lady, along with Champlain Stakes events for 2-year-old colt and filly trotters and Simcoe Stakes events for 3-year-old colt and filly trotters and 3-year-old filly pacers. Tioga Downs will contest the final of the Cane Pace for 3-year-olds, along with the Shady Daisy for sophomore filly pacers and a leg of the Miss Versatility for trotting mares. by Paul Ramlow, for the Grand Circuit  

Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs announce a new format for the 2014 Drivers' Championship, scheduled to take place on a pair of marquee race days at both New York courses. The first round will take place at Vernon Downs on Friday, August 29, along with the $200,000e Crawford Farms Open Trot and the Zweig Memorial Trot for three-year-olds. The second round is slated for Monday, September 1--three days later--at Tioga Downs, where the Drivers' Championship will share the spotlight with the Cane Pace, the Shady Daisy, and a preliminary leg of the Miss Versatility series for distaff trotters. Past years have seen the six top money-winning drivers in North America and a sponsor's exemption join the leading driver from both Tioga and Vernon, but the 2014 Drivers' Championship will implement a new means to compile the nine-driver field. This year, the leading drivers (by wins) at Tioga and Vernon will be joined by: - the top three (3) Meadowlands drivers (by purse earnings) - the top Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) circuit driver - the top Harrah's Philadelphia/Pocono Downs driver - the top driver aged 25 or younger - a sponsor's exemption As of right now, the field would be comprised of Jim Marohn, Jr., Chris Lems, Yannick Gingras, David Miller, Tim Tetrick, Sylvain Filion, George Napolitano, Jr., Scott Zeron, and the sponsor's exemption. The field will be finalized according to drivers' statistics as of the close of racing on Sunday, August 3. As in past years, the overall winner takes home $25,000--equivalent to a driver's commission for winning a $1,000,000 race. Additionally, the leader at the conclusion of the first round wins $10,000. In addition to a slew of other giveaways and promotions, both tracks will host a Jim Marohn, Jr. bobblehead giveaway in conjuction with the Drivers' Championship to commemorate last year's winner. With a healthy lead over Aaron Byron in the Tioga Downs standings, the "Mighty Mite Part Two" is poised to defend his title. by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs

Freehold, NJ --- Anndrovette is among a group of five female pacers to win the Roses Are Red Stakes in back-to-back years. With a third victory in the race on Saturday, she would stand alone. A 7-year-old mare, Anndrovette is the 5-2 morning line favorite in Saturday’s C$330,000 Roses Are Red Stakes for older female pacers at Mohawk Racetrack. She starts from post four with regular driver Tim Tetrick at the lines for trainer P.J. Fraley. Anndrovette, who won last year’s Roses Are Red in a stakes-record 1:48, heads into this season’s final off a 1:49.3 triumph in her elimination on June 7. She defeated Summertime Lea by one-quarter length thanks to a :26 burst over the race’s last quarter-mile. It was Anndrovette’s second consecutive win after posting one victory in her first six starts. For the year, Anndrovette has won three of eight races, including the Betsy Ross Stakes on May 25, and earned $210,637 for owners Bamond Racing and Joseph Davino. She has 38 lifetime victories in 96 starts and $2.79 million. “She’s come back around,” Tetrick said. “She qualified good (on May 16) and raced super in the Betsy Ross. I don’t think she was sharp earlier in the year. She just didn’t have her usual attitude. They gave her a little break and something clicked. I could tell in the post parade (of the Betsy Ross) that she was ready to go.” Joining Anndrovette on the list of mares to win consecutive Roses Are Red Stakes are Armbro Feather (1988-89), Ellamony (1994-95), Eternal Camnation (2001-02), and Bunny Lake (2003-04). Anndrovette is trying for her record fourth straight Dan Patch Award for best older female pacer. She is one of three three-time honorees, along with Eternal Camnation and Shady Daisy. Somwherovrarainbow, who earlier this year became the fastest female pacer ever on a five-eighths-mile track (1:48 at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs) and won the Blue Chip Matchmaker Series at Yonkers, is the 7-2 second choice in the Roses Are Red. In her Roses Are Red elim, Somwherovrarainbow finished second by a half-length to Yagonnakissmeornot in 1:50.1. Yagonnakissmeornot is the 4-1 third choice. “There are some very good mares in there,” Tetrick said. “But (Anndrovette) seems like she’s back and charging now. She likes the Canadian air.” Following is the Roses Are Red field in post order with drivers, trainers, and morning line: 1. Yagonnakissmeornot, Ron Pierce, Carmen Auciello, 4-1; 2. Shelliscape, Corey Callahan, P.J. Fraley, 12-1; 3. Charisma Hanover, Sylvain Filion, Ron Burke, 10-1; 4. Anndrovette, Tim Tetrick, P.J. Fraley, 5-2; 5. Camille, Brett Miller, Ron Burke, 10-1; 6. Summertime Lea, Scott Zeron, Ron Burke, 8-1; 7. Krispy Apple, Doug McNair, P.J. Fraley, 12-1; 8. Shebestingin, David Miller, Joe Holloway, 8-1; 9. Somwherovrarainbow, Brian Sears, Joe Holloway, 7-2; 10. Rocklamation, Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke, 15-1. by Ken Weingartner, for Harness Racing Communications

Just when you figure there is nothing new that Foiled Again can accomplish, he accomplishes something new. Foiled Again is 3-for-3 this year as he gets ready for Saturday's fourth round of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series at Yonkers Raceway. The 10-year-old pacer, who has won 79 of 201 career races, had never before started a season with three consecutive wins. So when trainer Ron Burke said in early March that Foiled Again "started this year better than he's ever come back," he wasn't kidding. The ageless wonder is the richest horse in North American harness racing history, now with $6.10 million, the oldest horse ever to win a Breeders Crown, the oldest horse ever to have a million-dollar campaign, and one of only two horses to claim three consecutive Dan Patch Awards for best older male pacer. Rambling Willie is the other. Foiled Again's three wins in the Levy put him tied with stablemate Bettor's Edge atop the series standings. Rounding out the top 10 are Mach It So, Easy Again, Itrustyou, Apprentice Hanover, Clear Vision, P H Supercam, Dancin Yankee, and Hillbilly Hanover. The six-week series concludes April 26. * * * Speaking of multiple Dan Patch Award winning pacers, Anndrovette picked up her first win of the year last week in the Blue Chip Matchmaker Series. Anndrovette has received the Dan Patch Award for best older female pacer each of the last three years, equaling the record shared by Eternal Camnation and Shady Daisy. With $2.61 million in career purses, Anndrovette ranks No. 6 on the all-time list for pacing mares, and she is closing in on No. 5 Loyal Opposition, who retired with $2.64 million. Eternal Camnation is the only pacing mare to exceed $3 million, finishing her career with $3.74 million. Anndrovette is tied with Rocklamation for fourth place in the Matchmaker series standings, behind Angels Delight, Yagonnakissmeornot, and Summertime Lea. Spots six through 10 are held by Ideal In Vegas, Somwherovrarainbow, Krispy Apple, Ramalama, and Fashion Mystery. The six-week series concludes April 26. * * * Somwherovrarainbow, who was the sport's 2-year-old pacing filly champion in 2012, has started this year with three consecutive wins for trainer Joe Holloway, and the second half of Holloway's dynamic duo is ready to return to action Friday at the Meadowlands. World champion Shebestingin is the 3-5 morning line favorite in the fillies and mares B-1/A-2 handicap at the Big M. Holloway said earlier this year that he planned to start Shebestingin in several overnight races before going to the $50,000 Miami Valley Distaff on May 4 at Ohio's new Miami Valley Raceway. Shebestingin paced the fastest mile ever by a female pacer when she won in 1:47 at Lexington's Red Mile last year. She prepped for her first start this season by winning two qualifiers, the first in 1:52.2 and the second in 1:54.3 into a stiff homestretch wind. * * * Also on Friday at the Meadowlands is the second leg of the Artistic Vision Series for pacing fillies and mares. Ron Burke's American In Paris, a perfect 5-for-5 this year, is the 8-5 morning line favorite in the 12-horse field. Road Bet, who joined American In Paris in winning a first-round division last week, is 7-2 from the second tier. JK Letitgo, who was second to American In Paris for her first loss in eight starts this season, is 2-1. On Saturday night, the Big M hosts the second round of the Whata Baron Series. Wake Up Peter, who won his first-round division, leads the first of two second-leg splits. Captive Audience, who also won last week, headlines the second. * * * The Meadowlands has released the first edition of "The Road to the Meadowlands Pace," with undefeated Dan Patch Award winner He's Watching in the No. 1 spot. He's Watching dominated the New York Sire Stakes circuit and finished the year 8-for-8 with multiple track records and one world record. "We're pretty excited," trainer Dave Menary told Woodbine Media's Greg Gangle earlier this year. "He's the kind of horse that makes you want to get up in the morning. "We want to dance in all the big dances and hopefully he's up to it," he added. "There's a difference between saying it and doing it, but I think his speed is unquestionable." To see the entire "Road to the Meadowlands Pace" list, with comments from Darin Zoccali, click here. To see Gangle's interview with Menary, click here. by Ken Weingartner, for Harness Racing Communications

We had to take a bone chip out of a hind ankle. Dr. Patty Hogan did the surgery and we pretty much followed the textbook bringing him back." Sevruga made a statement last year that he could compete with harness racing’s best older trotters. Trainer Julie Miller hopes Katie Said can announce herself in similar fashion when she takes on stakes-calibre three-year-old filly pacers later this season. Katie Said, who was limited to two starts last year, and Sevruga were among four winners for Miller at last Friday’s qualifiers at the Meadowlands. The others were six-year-old trotter Bambino Hall and three-year-old pacer The Lunch Pail as Team Miller -- Julie and her husband, driver Andy -- went 4-for-4 on the day. It was the six-year-old Sevruga’s second qualifier of the season, a winning effort in 1:54.2 as he comes back from bone chip surgery that forced him to miss the end of last year. Sevruga won nine of 22 races and earned $484,575 in 2013 for owner KDM Stables.   His wins included the John Cashman Jr. Memorial and Arthur J. Cutler Memorial, both at the Meadowlands, and he finished worse than third only once in his first 19 starts. He was off the board in his last three races and missed the final of the TVG Free For All Series after ending the preliminary rounds as the points leader. "He’s had two nice qualifiers. We’re going to qualify him back again because the level he has to race at, with the top horses in the country, I’d like to have one more tightener for him. But so far he’s done everything we’ve asked of him.” Sevruga, who finished fifth in purses among all older trotters in North America last year, is staked to a similar schedule in 2014. “He’s got all the big races,” Miller said. “If you can get a piece of those, you’re doing good. It’s a tough division, but (Meadowlands Chairman Jeff Gural) putting together those nice races for the older horses to keep them on the track, it’s been great to see that competition.” Katie Said, a daughter of stallion Well Said, is a half-sister to Kikikatie, the 2003 Dan Patch Award winner for best two-year-old filly pacer, and stakes-winner Just Wait Kate. Katie Said’s mother, Katies Lucky Lady, is a full sister to millionaire Camluck. Purchased as a yearling for $67,000 at the 2012 Standardbred Horse Sale, Katie Said is owned by the Andy Miller Stable and Black Horse Racing. She won her first start last year in 1:55.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia in early October, but in her second race made a violent break while challenging for the lead and went to her knees. “She grabbed a shoe,” Miller said. “She just had some scrapes and scratches, but instead of going on with her, we turned her out and did the right thing by her. It’s working out.” Katie Said won her qualifier last week in 1:55.2. She is eligible to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes circuit as well as a number of stakes including the Lynch Memorial, Adioo Volo, Shady Daisy, Reynolds and Tompkins-Geers. “Andy said she was vicious in her qualifier, just under wraps,” Miller said. “As a two-year-old, she was a late-comer. She had some maturity issues, not physically, but mentally. She’s got a nice three-year-old (stakes) season for this summer. She’s been a pleasant surprise. Hopefully she’ll be a nice racehorse for us this year. We’re really looking forward to her.” The Lunch Pail was another late bloomer, after getting an attitude adjustment. The now gelded son of Yankee Cruiser-Noble Marty, won a division of the Historic-Goshen Cup in 1:51.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia and finished second in divisions of the Reynolds and Pennsylvania Sire Stakes after a slow start to his career. “He was a little bit of a project for us,” Miller said. “He grabbed a shoe one time at The Meadows and got jammed up another time and was making some breaks. In the stall, he was a nipper and biter and kind of would buck around and kick. We decided to geld him and keep his mind on his business. “As soon as we did that, he had a dazzling performance in (1):51.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia. It’s amazing what they can accomplish when they keep their mind on their business.” The Lunch Pail, who was purchased as a yearling for $44,000 under the name Bud Bay at the 2012 Lexington Selected Sale, is a full brother to stakes-winner Marty Party. The Lunch Pail was owned by the Millers, but three days after his 1:52.4 qualifier win was sold to Michael Ouriel, who also owns Marty Party. He is eligible to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes as well as events such as the Hempt Memorial, Adios, Reynolds and Historic. He also could go to the Bobby Weiss Series, which begins Saturday at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. “He’s a nice bred horse,” Miller said. “He’s got pedigree, he’s got the conformation, and now he’s got a great attitude too.” From the United States Trotting Association

Cranbury, NJ... March sustaining and nominating payments for Hambletonian Society stake events are due Saturday, March 15 and per USTA Rule 12 section 4, must be postmarked by midnight on Monday, March 17. Changes to the March 15 payment schedule include an increase in the Breeders Crown future eligibility payment from $350 to $500 and the first of three payments for a pair of $100,000 (est.) open events for both gaits at Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway. The Hambletonian Society services 137 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events and provides one-stop shopping for your staking needs. The website Hambletonian.org contains all the tools and information necessary to stake your horse yourself. All forms are available on the web site and are PDF fillable. Race conditions, payment forms and much more information are now available online, as well as eligibility lists for races that had a final payment on Feb. 15, 2014. For additional information call the Society offices at 609-371-2211. Listed below are the stakes with payments for all ages due March 15. Delvin Miller Adios (and Adioo Volo Filly Division) Arden Downs Stakes Ben Franklin Breeders Crown Cane Pace (and Shady Daisy) Carl Erskine (was Oliver Trot) 3-year-olds Centaur Trotting Classic FFA (was Pride in Progress) Circle City 3-year-olds Cleveland Classic (and Courageous Lady) Currier & Ives Trot (and Filly Trot) Dayton Derby 4 & Older Dexter Cup (and Lady Suffolk Trot) Earl Beal Jr Memorial Trot The Elevation 2-year-old Pacing Colts Fox Stake Hambletonian (and Hambletonian Oaks) Max Hempt Memorial (and James M. Lynch Filly Division) Historic Series Hoosier Park Pacing Derby FFA ( was Indiana Pacing) Hoosier Stakes The Horseman Ralph Wilfong (for 2YO Trotters) Kentuckiana Stallion Mgt. Filly Pace & Trot (for 2YO Fillies) Keystone Classics 2-year-olds Keystone Classics 3-year-olds Landmark Stakes Madison County 2-year-olds (was Circle City) Matron Series (3YOs) Matron Series (2YOs) Messenger Stake (and Lady Maud) Carl Milstein Memorial 3-year-olds Miami Valley Distaff 4 & Older Monument Circle 3-year-olds PA All Stars 2 & 3-year-olds Progress Pace W. N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes Art Rooney Pace (and Lismore Filly Division) John Simpson Memorial Colt & Filly Stakes Tompkins Memorial & Geers Stakes Yonkers Trot Yonkers Trot by Moira Fanning, for the Hambletonian Society        

Nichols, NY - Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs have announced their 2014 stakes schedule, with an estimated $4.3 million in purses to attract the top horses in New York and across North America throughout the season. Tioga Downs opens their stakes season on Sunday, June 1 with the $200,000e Roll With Joe Open Pace. New York Sire Stakes races mark the calendar through June and July, leading up to the $350,000e Tompkins-Geers Stakes for two- and three-year-olds of both gaits. Unlike years past, where the Tompkins-Geers Stakes have been contested throughout an entire week of racing, two-year-old pacers will have their events on Sunday, August 3, while two-year-old trotters and three-year-olds of both gaits will race on Sunday, August 17. Between the Tompkins-Geers events, New York-sired sophomore pacers will take the spotlight on Sunday, August 10 in the $500,000e Empire Breeders Classic, with separate events for each sex. If needed, eliminations are scheduled for the week prior. Labor Day (Monday, September 1) proves to be a banner day in the Southern Tier, with a trio of stakes events headlining the afternoon. The $110,000e Shady Daisy for three-year-old pacing fillies and a $40,000e preliminary leg of the Miss Versatility for older trotting mares comprise the undercard features for the day, while three-year-old pacers take center stage in the $350,000e Cane Pace-the first leg of the Triple Crown for pacers. The $125,000 Reynolds Stakes for two-year-olds closes out the stakes schedule at Tioga, with trotting divisions on Thursday, September 4, and pacing divisions on Friday, September 12. Vernon Downs kicks off their stakes season on Sunday, June 8, with New York-sired three-year-old trotters contesting the $500,000e Empire Breeders Classic (like the pacers, separate events are held for each sex). If eliminations are necessary, they will take place on Friday, May 30. New York Sire Stakes events cover the early summer months, leading up to the first of two big nights at Vernon on Friday, August 29. The $700,000e Harry Zweig Memorial Trot for three-year-olds once again serves as the centerpiece of the Vernon Downs stakes schedule, with top open trotters sharing the spotlight that night in the $200,000e Crawford Farms Trot (formerly known as the Credit Winner). Two-year-olds of both gaits and sexes contest the $100,000e Simpson Stakes on Friday, October 24, leading up to a blockbuster Closing Night program, featuring a trio of rich events on Saturday, November 1. Two-year-old trotters wrap up the Kindergarten Classic series with a $200,000e final, and top distaffers compete in a pair of $200,000e events as well-trotters in the Muscle Hill, and pacers in the Artiscape, which moved to Vernon after being raced at Tioga in past seasons. Nomination forms and more information can be found at www.tiogadowns.com and www.vernondowns.com. by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs  

Cranbury, NJ... The initial payment deadline for eligibility to more than 137 stake events at 16 different tracks, headlined by the $1 million Hambletonian at The Meadowlands on August 2 and the $5 million Breeders Crown events at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ, on November 21 and 22, is fast approaching. Because of the federal holiday on Monday, payments for all Hambletonian-Society serviced Stakes must be postmarked by midnight on Tuesday, February 18, per USTA rule 12, section 4. A host of new stakes in Ohio will be administered by the Hambletonian Society, including the $400,000 Carl Milstein Memorial at Northfield Park for three-year-old colt pacers, and a pair of open events for both gaits at Miami Valley Gaming & Racing and Hollywood at Dayton Raceway. The inaugural $400,000 Hambletonian Maturity for four-year-old trotters at the Meadowlands is new on the stakes calendar this year and the four Historic races for sophomores are moving to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. Yonkers Raceway has guaranteed purses of $500,000 each for their Triple Crown events of the Messenger Stakes for 3-year-old colt pacers and the Yonkers Trot for 3-year-old colt trotters. The Hambletonian Society services 137 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events and provides one-stop shopping for your staking needs. The web site, Hambletonian.org, contains all the tools and information necessary to stake your horse yourself. Race conditions, payment forms and much more information is now available online. For more information call the Society offices at 609-371-2211. Races with February 15 payments due: •  Delvin Miller Adios and Adioo Volo Filly •  Arden Downs •  Ben Franklin Free For All •  Breeders Crown •  Cane Pace and Shady Daisy •  Carl Erskine for 3-year-old trotters (was Oliver Trot) •  Centaur Trotting Classic FFA (was Pride in Progress) •  Circle City 3-year-olds •  Cleveland Classic and Courageous Lady •  Currier & Ives Trot and Filly Trot •  Dexter Cup and Lady Suffolk Trot •  Earl Beal Jr Memorial Trot •  Hambletonian & Hambletonian Oaks •  Hambletonian Maturity •  Max Hempt Memorial & James M. Lynch Filly Division •  Historic Series •  Hoosier Park Pacing Derby (was Indiana Pacing Derby) •  The Horseman  • Kentuckiana Stallion Management Pace for 2YO Fillies •  Kentuckiana Stallion Management Trot for 2YO Fillies •  Keystone Classics 3-year-olds •  Landmark Stakes •  Matron Series 3-year-olds •  Messenger Stake & Lady Maud •  Miami Valley Distaff Pace for Mares •  Miami Valley Distaff Trot for Mares •  Carl Milstein Memorial for 3-year-old colt pacers •  Monument Circle 3-year-olds •  PA All Stars 3-year-olds •  Progress Pace •  W. N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes •  Art Rooney Pace & Lismore Filly Pace •  John Simpson Memorial Colt & Filly Stakes •  Tompkins Memorial & Geers Stake •  Yonkers Trot & Lady Suffolk Filly Trot by Moira Fanning for Hambletonian Society

Two horsemen who ply their trade mainly at The Meadows are fast approaching some major milestones in their racing careers. Driver Mike Wilder is now just three wins away from scoring his 6,000th career win and trainer Virgil Morgan, Jr,. is just eight wins away from posting his 5,000th training victory. Weekend Back Track $360,211 Cane Pace, 3-year-old pacers, Sept. 2, Tioga Downs 1. Captaintreacherous, 2. Word Power, 3. Wake Up Peter. Time: 1:49.2. Margin: Neck. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Tony Alagna. Winning owner: Captaintreacherous Racing. $122,212 Shady Daisy, 3-year-old filly pacers, Sept. 2, Tioga Downs 1. Scandalous Hanover, 2. Ms Caila J Fra, 3. Shebestingin. Time: 1:51. Margin: Neck. Winning driver: David Miller. Winning trainer: Casie Coleman. Winning owners: West Wins Stable, Adriano Sorella. $205,608 Simcoe Stakes, 3-year-old filly trotters, Sept. 2, Mohawk 1. Bee A Magician, 2. Shared Past, 3. Motown Muscle. Time: 1:52.3 (stakes record). Margin: 1-3/4. Winning driver: Rick Zeron. Winning trainer: Nifty Norman. Winning owners: Melvin Hartman, Herb Liverman, David McDuffee. $205,608 Simcoe Stakes, 3-year-old filly pacers, Sept. 2, Mohawk 1. I Luv The Nitelife, 2. Aunt Caroline, 3. Love Canal. Time: 1:50. Margin: 1. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Chris Ryder. Winning owners: Richard and Joanne Young. $648,850 Metro Pace, 2-year-old pacers, Aug. 31, Mohawk 1. Boomboom Ballykeel, 2. Western Vintage, 3. Some Major Beach. Time: 1:50.4. Margin: 2-1/4. Winning driver: Sylvain Filion. Winning trainer: Richard Moreau. Winning owner: Ballykeel Racing. $618,450 Canadian Pacing Derby, older pacers, Aug. 31, Mohawk 1. A Rocknroll Dance, 2. Clear Vision, 3. Foiled Again. Time: 1:47.2 (stakes record; equals track and Canadian record). Margin: Nose. Winning driver: Tim Tetrick. Winning trainer: Jim Mulinix. Winning owner: A Rocknroll Dance Stable. $428,450 She’s A Great Lady, 2-year-old filly pacers, Aug. 31, Mohawk 1. Precocious Beauty, 2. Gallie Bythe Beach, 3. Beach Gal. Time: 1:50.2 (equals stakes record). Margin: 1/2. Winning driver: Doug McNair. Winning trainer: Gregg McNair. Winning owner: James Avritt. $115,650 Simcoe Stakes divisions, 3-year-old trotters, Aug. 31, Mohawk 1. Lindy’s Tru Grit, 2. E L Rocket, 3. High Bridge. Time: 1:53.4. Margin: Neck. 1. Your So Vain. 2. Deadliest Catch. 3. Loco Caballo. Time: 1:53.4. Margin: 4-3/4. HORSES BY EARNINGS   Horse Name Age Sex Gait Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings CAPTAINTREACHEROUS 3 H P 8 7 1 0 1,431,273 BEE A MAGICIAN 3 M T 11 11 0 0 948,759 ROYALTY FOR LIFE 3 H T 9 5 1 0 874,850 I LUV THE NITELIFE 3 M P 11 10 0 1 852,350 FOILED AGAIN 9 G P 20 5 3 7 668,234 CORKY 3 H T 13 4 5 3 660,191 PET ROCK 4 H P 11 2 3 1 558,508 SMILIN ELI 3 H T 10 4 3 1 534,500 SPIDER BLUE CHIP 3 G T 11 6 1 1 512,113 VEGAS VACATION 3 G P 12 6 3 1 492,431   DRIVERS BY EARNINGS   First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Tim Tetrick 2232 439 318 300 10,805,318 Brian Sears 1604 388 280 239 9,449,214 Yannick Gingras 1632 349 265 221 8,377,282 David Miller 2015 285 308 282 7,593,810 Ronald Pierce 2564 403 344 356 7,113,282 Corey Callahan 2558 447 316 354 6,456,160 George Brennan 1724 288 305 203 6,273,212 Matthew Kakaley 2060 316 320 303 5,405,413 Andy Miller 1938 284 278 248 5,232,311 James Morrill Jr. 1212 292 242 147 4,897,624   DRIVERS BY WINS   First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Corey Callahan 2558 447 316 354 6,456,160 Ronnie Wrenn Jr. 2039 445 318 278 1,748,958 Tim Tetrick 2232 439 318 300 10,805,318 David Palone 1635 432 242 166 4,268,400 Ronald Pierce 2564 403 344 356 7,113,282 Bruce Aldrich Jr. 2196 395 335 294 1,827,672 Brian Sears 1604 388 280 239 9,449,214 Aaron Merriman 2233 380 370 309 2,857,040 Michael Oosting 1610 369 265 217 2,322,026 Tyler Smith 1964 356 284 247 2,227,440   TRAINERS BY EARNINGS   First Name Last Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings Ronald Burke 3071 721 504 354 13,462,430 Jimmy Takter 384 93 53 55 4,420,541 Tony Alagna 512 96 64 55 3,521,489 Rene Allard 1362 313 209 157 3,327,620 Ervin Miller 929 184 148 124 2,889,915 P J Fraley 650 127 101 89 2,875,311 Richard Moreau 964 196 158 145 2,729,467 Virgil Morgan Jr. 984 247 144 119 2,633,961 Tony O’Sullivan 573 105 98 65 2,511,644 Linda Toscano 391 78 53 73 2,502,717   DRIVERS/TRAINERS APPROACHING MILESTONES   Driver Wins               First Middle Last Name Suffix LTD Wins LTD Earnings Last Track Last Start W Mike Wilder   5997 $42,137,535 ScD 8/31/2013 Eric S Ledford   4993 $56,786,775 Mea 8/31/2013 Howard G Parker   4985 $45,452,303 PcD 8/30/2013 Norman Chris Boring   3979 $19,828,659 RP 7/6/2013 Howard E Davis Jr 3975 $30,459,321 Har 9/2/2013 Timothy W Curtin   2985 $20,936,317 May 6/6/2013 Patrick D Berry   2980 $27,293,459 YR 9/2/2013 David Floyd Carey   2972 $2,433,051 Truro 9/1/2013 Ronald L Cushing   1997 $7,451,274 Wind 9/1/2013 Steven C Wiseman   1996 $7,552,141 Aces 8/31/2013 Ron Paul Wrenn   1995 $6,069,816 Nfld 7/18/2013 Rodney J Bolon   1992 $9,376,910 Mea 8/16/2013 Robert H Shepherd   1991 $14,648,536 GeoD 8/31/2013 Simon   Allard   1983 $15,248,659 TgDn 9/2/2013 Jerry G E Landess   1980 $2,037,837 Green 8/23/2013 John Paul Cummings Jr 1980 $8,646,735 Btva 9/2/2013 Kelly R Sheppard   1971 $9,404,905 GRvr 8/28/2013 Vaughan A Doyle   997 $780,366 Summ 9/2/2013 James R Mc Donald   997 $2,949,812 PPk 7/27/2013 Charles M Conrad   996 $5,778,458 Sbyvl 9/2/2013 DANIEL R                             OBRIAN        992 $2,122,046 GeoD 8/27/2013 Stephen K O'Toole   986 $2,423,974 PRc 9/3/2012 Robert                        L                             Sparling                                Jr 986 $5,212,019 Dres 9/2/2013 Clayton   Faurot Jr 981 $2,456,655 Mea 6/12/2013 Joseph   Ricco Jr 978 $3,727,744 MR 8/28/2013 GORDEN A MCKNIGHT   977 $2,885,134 Sar 8/31/2013 Wilbur L Yoder   976 $6,353,491 Mea 8/31/2013 John D Finn   975 $3,612,590 DuQ 8/25/2013 Darren R Crowe   975 $1,448,955 Truro 8/29/2013 Jeffrey A Smith   971 $2,729,884 Lex 8/29/2013 RONALD I MATHESON   970 $1,032,726 Chrtn 8/31/2013 Rocky Joe Loney   970 $2,398,869 VnWrt 8/29/2013 Steven B Norris   970 $2,548,111 RidC 8/29/2013                 Driver earnings in U.S. dollars             First Middle Last Name Suffix LTD Wins LTD Earnings Last Track Last Start Luc R Ouellette   8535 $129,529,339 Moh 8/29/2013 Stephane L Bouchard   7866 $69,999,632 Stga 8/31/2013 Peter M Wrenn   9102 $59,751,101 Lex 9/1/2013 Paul G                              MacKenzie        7769 $39,931,958 Dres 9/2/2013 James R Pantaleano   6122 $39,756,951 YR 9/2/2013 Raymond W Schnittker   2634 $39,710,068 Btva 9/2/2013 Jordan D Stratton   2321 $29,936,503 YR 9/2/2013 Aaron Edward Merriman   5938 $29,640,462 ScD 8/31/2013 Michael A Forte   3263 $19,923,592 MR 6/3/2013 Norman Chris Boring   3979 $19,828,659 RP 7/6/2013 Jimmy W Takter   711 $19,787,099 Moh 8/30/2013 Thomas D Strauss   2552 $19,687,609 GeoD 8/31/2013 Darrell L Coville   6564 $19,544,572 RidC 9/1/2013 Richard Lee Farrington   1250 $9,963,277 HoP 8/31/2013 Below that are trainers who may be approaching win milestones. USTA started tracking trainer statistics in 1991, so the trainers listed in green may have had training starts and wins prior to 1991, so the Life Wins column for those trainers may not be accurate. Trainer Approaching Wins Milestones   First Middle Last Name suffix Life Wins Life Earnings Last Track Last Start birth_date Virgil V Morgan Jr 4992 $41,615,720.00 ScD 9/2/2013 11/23/1965 John G Kina   1985 $5,997,768.00 RP 9/1/2013 3/1/1969 Roger S Welch   989 $13,017,393.00 BmlP 8/31/2013 9/22/1963 Matias S Ruiz   989 $3,694,560.00 Phl 9/1/2013 2/24/1958 Jeffrey R Gillis   989 $19,624,382.00 Moh 8/31/2013 10/1/1977 Edgar R Clarke   981 $5,293,443.00 VD 9/2/2013 12/6/1955 Guy   Gagnon   979 $4,998,721.00 RidC 9/1/2013 12/20/1968 James R Mc Donald   974 $4,558,300.00 PPk 7/27/2013 10/12/1955 by Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications  

Surprise…I had a winning weekend! Right now I stand at picking horses in 87 races with just 35 winners, not good enough. I went four for seven last week and won $5.70. We are still in the minus earning column at  -$25.70 going into this weekend. The big action Saturday is at Mohawk Raceway with the finals of She’s A Great Lady, Metro Pace and Canadian Pacing Derby. Then on Monday at Tioga Downs it’s the first jewel of the Pacing Triple Crown, the Cane Pace and the Shady Daisy Pace and also Monday, Mohawk Raceway has Bee A Magician and I Luv The Nitelife in the Simcoe Stakes. $683,000 Metro Pace Final 2YO Colts 7th race Mohawk Raceway Saturday – Annually, this is a classic race and usually the winner ends up being one of the top pacers this year and beyond. Sorta like Captaintreacherous who won the Metro last year. Well this year’s crop is most certainly top notch and the three elimination winners plus most of the field have the ability to win in here. I’m going with Lets Drink On It. He was all out last week but was able draw within and hold on to win by a neck in 1:51.1. He is in a great position to get live cover but at anytime can pull out and go to the front for good. $651,000 Canadian Pacing Derby Final Open 10th race Mohawk Raceway Saturday – Here we go again with the best pacers in the world going head to head. You can just about throw a dart at the race program and pick the winner. Half way through the season no one has yet to win three in a row but I think that is about to change. Bolt the Duer has been so game the last month I think that drawing post two will get him early cover from where he has but two choices…go to the front or get live second-over cover. Either way he ends up in the winner’s circle again! $451,000 She’s A Great Lady Final 2-YO Fillies 5th race Mohawk Raceway Saturday – This race really depends on who wants to win it the most. Top fillies have been banging heads all season long. Beach Gal comes in late and in just her third lifetime start scorches the track last week in 1:50.3 by four open lengths. Gallie By The Beach, Ali Blue and few others all have the ability to win. My choice is Precocious Beauty, so well bred to be a winner and she has showed it in her last two starts with big scores. Inside post will only aid her early on before she can take command of the race. $360,211 Cane Pace 3YO Colts 10th race Tioga Downs Monday– Considering the herculean effort put in by Captainteacherous in his last start, getting parked the mile and still game to the wire in losing by a nose to Sunshine Beach in 1:57.4, there was no disgrace in that loss and there is no doubt that the first jewel in the pacing triple crown will go to the “Captain.” Vegas Vacation will loom as Captaintreacherous’s main rival in this field but I am pretty sure the “Captain” will return to his winning ways once again. $216,429 Simcoe Stakes Trot 3YO Fillies  6th race Mohawk Raceway Monday – Undefeated at a perfect 10 for 10 this season, world champion, world record holder, faster than any of the boys….It’s Bee A Magician and she is getting tested once again in this race. Drew post 11 so she must start behind the rail horse that has no gate speed whatsoever. 12 starters in the race so it will be very cozy early on. But as we all well know, once Bee A Magician can get any clearance she will scoot to the front and no one has been able to catch her yet. $216,426 Simcoe Stakes Pace 3YO Fillies 9th race Mohawk Raceway Monday – Another huge field here, 12 starters. I Luv The Nitelife has never been better, taking lifetime mark last start with 1:48.4 stroll in the park in the $350,000 Valley Forge Final at Pocono Downs. She’s won nine of her 10 starts this year, is well rested and should be able to work her way to the lead by the three-quarters and say sayonara to this field.   $ 122,212 Shady Daisy Pace 3YO Fillies 5th race Tioga Downs Monday– This is one super well-matched field of filly pacers. With I Luv The Nitelife up in Canada most anyone in this could jump up and win it. What mystery I can’t solve due to early press time is which horse Dave Miller will drive. He’s going off Shebestingin after she broke stride at the start of the $350,000 Valley Forge…He’s driven her all season long so something must be up with her breaking. He’s listed on both Scandalous Hanover and UF Dragon’s Queen, two horses I could also pick to win. Then there’s Ms Caila J Fra and Nikki Beach who all could win. I’ve never done this before so here we go. I pick which ever horse Dave Miller drives! Let’s hope for the best!  

The draw for the final round of the Drivers’ Championship at Tioga Downs and the Shady Daisy Pace will be held on Thursday morning (August 29 – by 9:00am) for the races that will be held on Monday, September 2nd (Labor Day) with a post time of 1:30 pm. Five races with nine horse fields will be needed for the Drivers’ Championship races and the purses for those events will be raised 20% for that one day. Another incentive for trainers of the horses used for the Drivers’ Championship is the trainer bonuses being offered. The winning trainer of the Drivers’ Championship legs will be paid $500 each, second place trainers will receive $250, and third through ninth will receive $100. The horses racing in these events that do not get a check (sixth through ninth) will be paid $100 for participating in the Drivers’ Championship. A condition sheet for Monday’s events can be found by following this link . Tioga will also hold the draw for the 90,000e Shady Daisy on Thursday morning, which will be co-featured with the $360,211 Cane Pace Final. All eight horses that declared for the Cane Pace last week will automatically be entered directly into the final, post positions have already been drawn and the field is led by Captaintreacherous Tim Tetrick) and Vegas Vacation (Brian Sears). The point standings for the Drivers’ Championship after the first round held at Vernon Downs this past Sunday night are as follows: Jimmy Marohn Jr. – 27, Jody Jamieson - 20 , Tim Tetrick – 18, Brian Sears – 17, Ron Pierce – 10, Yannick Gingras – 6, Rick Plano – 3, David Miller – 2, and Corey Callahan – 1. Tioga Downs continues live racing action on Friday, August 30th with a post time of 6:50pm, for more information on Tioga Downs please visit us online at www.tiogadowns.com  . by Dustin Ross  

August 26, 2013 – Sally Hinckley dominated for the week in HANA Harness’ 2013 Grand Circuit Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Chicago Harness, IHHA, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs.  Hinckley’s $186 profit for the week was $129 ahead of the second place finisher Mark McKelvie.  Also on the plus side of the ledger was Rusty Nash who eked out a $16.50 profit.  Despite a negative finish for the week, Richard Scott retains the overall lead by a margin of $786.     Hinckley can attribute her coming out on top for the week thanks to hitting a $5 Trifecta key in the first division of the Kentuckiana for 2yo filly trotters at Hoosier Park which added $248 to her gross profit. The contest standings are:     Standings as of August 25, 2013   Pos Handicapper Week Gain Net Profit Behind Last Pos Days Missed 1st Richard Scott ($32.40) $733.69   1st 4 2nd Rusty Nash $16.50 ($52.32) ($786.01) 3rd 1 3rd Ann Stepien ($120.00) ($92.55) ($826.24) 2nd 0 4th Dennis O'Hara ($5.40) ($369.95) ($1,103.64) 4th 2 5th Earl Paulson ($66.00) ($555.35) ($1,289.04) 5th 2 6th Mark McKelvie $57.00 ($777.04) ($1,510.73) 6th 4 7th Garnet Barnsdale ($90.00) ($1,230.10) ($1,963.79) 7th 6 8th Gordon Waterstone ($120.00) ($1,466.10) ($2,199.79) 8th 4 9th Sally Hinckley $186.60 ($1,591.75) ($2,325.44) 10th 0 10th Ray Garnett ($93.00) ($1,655.35) ($2,389.04) 9th 1   Ten grace days permitted.  After ten days, there is a penalty of $30 per race. Key Hits  Sally Hinckley - $5 Trifecta Key ($30 total) paid $248 in the 1st division of the Kentuckiana on August 21; Mark McKelvie - $20 Win in the Zweig Memorial paid $47 in addition to a $5 Exacta Box ($10) which paid $69.50; Rusty Nash - $30 Win in the Zweig Memorial paid $70.50; Dennis O’Hara - $2 Exacta back wheel ($6) in the Zweig Memorial paid $27.80; Earl Paulson - $30 Win in the Zweig Filly Trot paid $54.00; Richard Scott - $6 Exacta wheel ($24) in the Zweig Memorial paid $73.20   Contest Schedule This Week Thursday, April 29, 2013 – Mohawk Raceway – Champlain Stake (2yo filly trot) Friday, August 30, 2013 – Harrah’s Philadelphia – Historic Debutante (2yo filly pace), Goshen Cup (2yo colt and gelding trot); Mohawk Raceway – Champlain Stake (2yo Open trot) Saturday, August 31, 2013 – Mohawk Raceway – Canadian Pacing Derby (Open pace), Metro Stake (2yo Open pace), She’s A Great Lady (2yo filly pace), Simcoe Stake (3yo colt and Gelding trot, 3yo filly pace, 3yo filly trot) Monday, September 2, 2013 – Tioga Downs – Cane Pace (3yo colt and gelding), Shady Daisy (3yo filly pace)   by Allan Schott  

Although he went off at 2-5 in the wagering as part of a harness racing entry with A Rocknroll Dance, Dynamic Youth, posted an upset on Monday afternoon in the $322,716 Cane Pace Final at Tioga Downs.

Last season at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, we were fortunate enough to host the Breeders Crown, harness racing's year-end championships featuring practically every top horse in the country. After it ended, there was a general feeling that such a historic night of racing at Pocono might be a long time coming.

Due to the extreme conditions resulting from record flooding and impassable roads, live harness racing has been cancelled at Tioga Downs for Thursday, Friday & Saturday of this week.

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