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Vernon Downs will host the The Bruce Hamilton Pace and James Crawford Trot on Friday, September 25th to kick off the weekend towards the New York Sire Stakes "Night of Champion". Each harness racing contest drew half a dozen competitors and the New York breds will battle it out for $60,000.

Shark Gesture [$20.40, $9.00, $4.00] worked hard to make the lead before the half and dug in gamely for a 1:48.2 victory in the $688,000 William R. Haughton Memorial for older pacers Saturday night at the Meadowlands.

A repeat of the upset win in the Haughton Memorial prep in the main event this saturday by Won The West at the Meadowlands in the $688,000 William R Haughton Memorial could well have the Ronnie Burke trained pacer Watpac Inter Dominion bound in 2010.

Well Said, the North America Cup winner, headlines the list of 17 three-year-old colts now in pursuit of the $1 million Meadowlands Pace on Saturday, July 18. One of three horses entered by trainer Steve Elliott, Well Said tops the field for the first of the two $50,000 eliminations for the Meadowlands Pace on Saturday, July 12. He will start from post six with Ron Pierce in the sulky.

The winning streak is now 14 races for Lucky Jim, who took the longest route to victory in the $203,000 Titan Cup Saturday night at the Meadowlands. Driver Andy Miller angled Lucky Jim off the pylons early and the trotter gradually worked his way up to the wheel of the leader Lanson entering the far turn.

Mister Big, two-time Older Pacer of the Year, makes his first appearance this season at the Meadowlands in the prep for the William R. Haughton Memorial on Saturday night.

The search for suitable horses to contest the Watpac Inter Dominion Championship next year really starts to take shape from this weekend at the meadowlands. The William R Haughton Prep FFA this Saturday night (US time) has attracted an outstanding field, including Mister Big, which is regarded as the number one horse for a trip Down Under.

A field of 10 horses will go to post for the 16th edition of the $200,000 Dan Patch Invitational Pace Saturday, June 20 at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino. The race will offer the richest field ever assembled for the event with career earnings toppling $10.5 million.

The fairytale continued for Lucky Jim as he extended his streak to 10 wins against the sport's top older trotters in the $200,000 Arthur J. Cutler Memorial Saturday night at the Meadowlands.

After 10 consecutive carryovers, the Meadowlands Pick Six was finally hit Saturday, April 4 with a record $193,384 payout. The $426,135 carryover attracted a record additional $902,032 in wagering on the Saturday Pick Six.

The curtain came down on Rockingham Park's 2007 live harness racing season on Monday (September 3), and the track's 101st season was met with mixed reviews.

Kentuckiana Farms today (July 10) announced that Shark Gesture, who made a stunning recovery from a racing accident to win the 2006 Breeders Crown, will stand the 2008 breeding season at Kentuckiana Farms of Ontario.

In addition to the Titan Cup, the Saturday card at the Meadowlands also features a pair of $50,000 eliminations for the $700,000 (estimated) William R. Haughton Memorial.

Trainer Erv Miller says Shark Gesture's not quite himself, and he's scheduled to be checked out today (June 20). The four-year-old Cams Card Shark horse was scratched from Saturday's $265,350 Pacing Classic final at Mohawk after a third-place finish in his elimination on June 9.

Even though it was early in the year, trainer Ervin Miller admitted to thinking about a perfect season for older pacer Lis Mara.

Mohawk Racetrack will play host to the four $250,000 (USD) Finals on Saturday night; part of a blockbuster card that will offer purses in excess of $3.5 million. All four of the Classic races will be contested at the route distance of a mile and three-eighths.

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