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Ontario-bred Western Graduate and driver Yannick Gingras got out in the nick of time and flew by Southwind Tempo and Me And My Baby to capture the $300,000 Jugette in a new two-heat World Record today at the Delware County Fair in Ohio.

A field of 16 sophomore pacers have dropped into the box for the $480,000 Little Brown Jug, the second leg of Pacing's Triple Crown, set for Thursday afternoon (September 20) at the Delaware, Ohio County Fair.

Have you ever wondered how Little Brown Jug early favourite Always A Virgin got his name? Many of us guessed the name came from the popular movie and television program.

A week out from hosting the $1.2 million New York Night of Champions, a pair of statebred divisions invade Yonkers Raceway for seven Saturday soirees.

Cane Pace champion Always A Virgin may be a perfect fit for Delaware’s half-mile track.

She was a World Champion at two and Breeders Crown winner at four but Delinquent Account’s track record at Batavia Downs Gaming appears to be in serious jeopardy Wednesday night as the New York Sires Stakes rolls back into town.

Three words summed up Tim Tetrick’s feelings as he entered the final four months of the year in his pursuit of harness racing’s records for wins and earnings in a season – “I’m beat, man,” he said.

Ahead of Saturday's U$1 million Meadowlands Pace, Harnesslink brings you profiles of four of the contenders - Pandoras Sox, Running Book, Southwind Lynx and Sutter Hanover.

Over $330,000 will be up for grabs for sophomore pacing colts on Wednesday afternoon, July 11 at Monticello Raceway. And in spite of the event being split into six divisions, still, each is worth $55,412.

Always A Virgin won his elimination and is now the favorite to win the 31st edition of the Meadowlands Pace. Driver Brian Sears handled him perfectly in the prep and now goes for his second Pace win [Rocknroll Hanover in 2005].

The field for the $1 million Meadowlands Pace emerged from a pair of elimination races on Saturday night. The top five finishers in each $50,000 elimination advanced to the track's signature event next Saturday, July 14.

Tell All will try to become the second horse in three years to win both the North America Cup and the Meadowlands Pace. Rocknroll Hanover did it in 2005.

Put $1 million on the line and there are bound to be fireworks; however, in harness racing, the real explosions are not on the Fourth of July.

Tim Tetrick continued to win races at a rate unlike any harness racing driver in history in June, picking up a record 120 victories for the month and increasing his season total to 601.

Tell All earns his way into the number one spot after dominating first-over in the North America Cup for the team of Jody Jamieson, Blair Burgess and My Desire Stable.

Kenneth J was second in his North America Cup elimination on June 9 at Mohawk. "He was fine,” said driver Ron Pierce. “I took a breather the third quarter, and George [Brennan and Yankee Skyscaper] got the jump on us in the lane. I didn't want to use him too much then, so I saved what I could for the final."

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