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How would you like to own a close relative to a harness racing pacer some are rating is the most exciting thing to come out of New Zealand since the immortal Cardigan Bay? Along with boasting 23 wins and five placings from 28 starts, the star in question became the first four-year-old in the Southern Hemisphere to earn more than $2million with his third in last Saturday night’s Miracle Mile. If you haven’t guessed the multiple Group One winner, it is boom entire Lazarus. But how do you own a member of his family? That answer is even simpler…via Australian Pacing Gold. APG’s Ladbrokes Perth Sale features a filly which can be best described as Lazarus’ cousin. By Inter Dominion winning stallion Mr Feelgood, the yearling is from Stars Aligned, which is from a sister to Bethany, the dam of Lazarus. The family also includes Stars And Stripes, Light And Sound, Spirit Of Zeus, Davy Maguire, Our Crown Lady, Spiritual King and United We Stand. Bred by local identity Bill Hayes, the filly will enter the ring as Lot 478 at the Belmont Park Racecourse on Sunday. “She looks outstanding,” Hayes declared. “She is a leggy black, which just has everything going for her. “Stars Aligned’s first foal, also a filly, qualified last week and is expected to race in late March. Her program has been kept around the Sales Classic in April.” With several promising types in the sale, Hayes also has high hopes for Lot 435. By Pet Rock, the colt is from Luvya Maddy Lombo, the dam of last season’s handy freshman Smoken Joe. Also a handsome black, the youngster hails from the same family as Suave Stuey Lombo, Lombo Pocket Watch, Miss Trickin Lombo, Misty Maiden and Lombo Skyrider. “He is a real athletic individual, which gives the impression he will be a natural two-year-old,” Hayes said. APG Media

Just like last night’s Miracle Mile harness racing meeting, the competition was fast and furious during today’s Ladbrokes Australian Pacing Gold Sale. With a terrific overall clearance rate, the colts were in particular high demand, with three breaking six figures and several falling just short. The highest priced lot of the day was 368 – a colt by Bettor's Delight from Lady Euthenia - which attracted a national record bid of $245,000. A break down reveals the colts sold for an average of $28,728, an increase from last year’s $27,233, while the fillies attracted an average of $18,611 this time around. Pleased with the figures, APG’s General Manager David Boydell stated the bids reflected the quality of the stock on offer throughout the afternoon. “This year’s sale had so many outstanding types go through the ring, which led to some spirited bidding,” Boydell said. “To have the average for both colts and fillies increase from last year is a very pleasing result for all involved.” As mentioned, the top colt was a record purchase for Tasmanian owner Mick Maxfield, while the leading filly was Lot 259 secured by Justin Baker for $90,000. By boom stallion Somebeachsomewhere, the flashy maiden is from Very Chic, which comes from a family littered with winners. For full results click on this link.

APG TV will once again be active in Sydney, bringing you the best insights from Australia's leading harness racing breeders, vendors, preparers and trainers. In Melbourne, APG TV produced over 50 individual clips, featuring over three hours of footage, and the plans are to go even bigger in Sydney. We'll be uploading pre-sales vision and interviews throughout the day on Friday and Saturday, before heading to Menangle to follow the progress of APG graduates as they tackle some of the big races on Miracle Mile night. APG TV will be back at the sales on Sunday to bring you all the sales day highlights from the Ladbrokes APG Sydney Sale. APG TV is available via the APG website, or by clicking here  

Yearling sales often throw up surprises but not many as big as the sales topper at Karaka yesterday (Monday). A day that started slowly at the Australasian Classic harness racing sale got far more serious before the top lot brought a whopping $220,000 for Woodlands Stud. The South Auckland powerhouse stud providing the sales topper wasn’t the surprise, with many predicting it could be a rare filly from their breed as Lot 89, or Lot 129, a brother to leading filly Spanish Armada. Both easily broke the $100,000 mark but it was their draftmate who nobody saw coming as the clear star of the day, a Bettors Delight colt from four-win mare Daisy Dundee. From the family of Courage Under Fire and Cyclone Kate he was typically compact and racey and ended up with almost all the leading Australian buyers chasing him. It the end it was Victorian Jean Feiss, owner of Spanish Armada, who won the war at $220,000, with the colt almost certain to join the the Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen stable. Vendors Woodlands were thrilled but stunned, with no indication the colt was going to be top of the pops. The late money for him and his draft mates as well as three huge sales for Breckon Farms dragged the average up to $38,950, just over $5000 down on last year’s bumper sale. There was more lots passed in than many vendors would be comfortable with and for the same reasons that have dogged standardbred sales for the last five years. Buyers are red hot on good colts by the champion stallions like Bettors Delight and Art Major but unproven stallions and anything but blueblood fillies struggle. A prime example were the stock of former speed freak Auckland Reactor, who has had a satisfying start to his stud career with his first crop on the track but hasn’t had the numbers yet to provide any great advertising. His sale was soft and Alabar Stud are realistic about the fact he could do with a smart juvenile or two this season to get buyers keen for his stock next season. He is not the only one rowing that boat. There was also an element at yesterday’s sale of some of the more commercial mares having yearlings by the lesser favoured stallions, which might be great for the diversification of the overall harness racing gene pool but it rarely ends well on sales day. One of the great success stories of the day was the a stunning pinhooking job -- much rarer in harness racing that galloping -- by Breckon Farms. On his way to the Harness Jewels last year Ken Breckon popped into Karaka and bought Partyon’s weanling brother for $44,000, barely 24 hours before big sister won the Jewels. Yesterday he sold that colt to Emilo and Mary Rosati from New South Wales for $187,500, the second highest price of the day. Breckon Farms won the select battle for best trotter though, with a Muscle Hill colt out of a half-sister to I Can Doosit going for $125,000. The sales move to Christchurch for the next two days where vendors with stock by anything but the most commercial sires will be feeling nervous and the Australian presence will be crucial.   KARAKA HARNESS SALES Lots Sold: 102 Passed: 40 Top price: $220,000 Total sales: $3,973,000 Average: $38,950 (down over $5000 on last year) Michael Guerin

The 2017 Yearling Sale will be held at Globe Derby Park on Sunday, starting at 4.30pm. A parade of the harness racing yearlings will precede the sale at 3pm. The sale comprises 26 lots by 15 different sires including high profile stallions Mach Three, Roll With Joe, Falcon Seelster, Blissfull Hall, Changeover and Art Official and exciting newcomers Auckland Reactor, A Rocknroll Dance, Betterthancheddar, All Speed Hanover, Alta Christiano and Smiling Shard. There’s close relatives to a string of top performers such as The Falcon Strike, Arden Rooney, Blossom Lady, Lombo Pocket Watch, Lombo La Fe Fe, Scruffy Murphy, Penny Veejay, Jasmarilla and What’s Emma Got. Yearlings are eligible for the Breeders Crown, Southern Cross, Vicbred, Bathurst Gold Crown, Westbred and SA Sales Classic. An auction of racing and breeding stock will follow the sale of yearlings. The online catalogue for the SA Yearling Sale sale can be viewed here.  Phone bidding will be accepted please contact Lois Randall of SA Botra on 0402 978 424 or email  prior to the commencement of the sale.   Peter Wharton

Bidding was as hot as the weather during today’s Ladbrokes Australian Pacing Gold Sale as the harness racing industry leader once again lifted its average. With a terrific clearance rate, the sale’s average was $34,360 up from $27,929 in 2016. A break down reveals the colts sold for an average bid of $38,891, an increase from last year’s $30,444, while the fillies lifted from $23,589 12 months ago to $25,660 this time around. Pleased with the figures, APG’s General Manager David Boydell stated the bids reflected the quality of the stock on offer throughout the afternoon. “This year’s sale had so many outstanding types go through the ring, which led to some spirited bidding,” Boydell said. “To have the average for both colts and fillies increase from last year is a very pleasing result for all involved.” As for the top end of the spectrum, Lot 100 was the sale topper, with Emilio and Maria Stride Pty Ltd parting with $200,000 for the colt. By siring sensation Art Major, the youngster is from former handy performer Cyclone Betty, which just happens to be the dam of Our Waikiki Beach! Our Waikiki Beach is by Somebeachsomewhere. Clients of astute horseman Jarrod Alchin paid $70,000 for the top filly, which entered the ring as Lot 117. By Bettor's Delight, the leggy maiden is from Group One winning mare Glenferrie Shuffle, which was retired with 13 wins and 16 placings from 39 starts for earnings of $279,839. This is Glenferrie Shuffle’s first foal. Australian Pacing Gold's next sale will be in Sydney on February 26. Full results of the day's Sale below or click on this link       Melbourne   Lot Sire Dam Vendor Status Price Buyer 1 Somebeachsomewhere USA Radical Calza Carl & Matthew Reinehr PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     2 Live Or Die USA Rebecca Sheffield Staffordshire Park PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     3 Bettors Delight USA Red Hot Rita Homestead Farm SOLD $50,000 Justin Baker 4 Bettors Delight USA Repelem Mark Carey SOLD $70,000 Peter Walsh 5 Mach Three CA Rigaleto Franco NZ Anne & Bill Anderson SOLD $16,000 Mark Jones Harness Racing Limi 6 Betterthancheddar USA Rosalee Hanover J.A. Quinlan and K.M. Chadband PASSED IN (reserve $29,000)  Make an Offer     7 Art Major USA Rubeelee Galthorn Farm SOLD $32,500 Mervat and Anthony Caruana 8 Village Jolt CA Radical Storm Carl & Matthew Reinehr SOLD $26,000 Debbie Padberg 9 Art Major USA Saabette B & M Gourley WITHDRAWN     10 A Rocknroll Dance USA Sancerre Cavalli Superiori SOLD $10,000 Gary Living 11 Art Major USA Saved A Corka Pinaroo Park SOLD $45,000 E and M Carvana T/As Exclusive Homes and Developments 12 Art Major USA Secret Life Peter Gleeson & Bruce & Craig Cameron SOLD $14,000 Charlie Attard 13 Mach Three CA Serenity Franco NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $57,500 Montana Park Pty Ltd 14 Bettors Delight USA Shes Artistic Legacy Lodge SOLD $35,000 Pacific Bloodstock Pty Ltd 15 Auckland Reactor NZ Shes Elegant Daryll Wegmann SOLD $7,000 Ronald Francis 16 American Ideal USA Say Yes Josephine B & M Gourley SOLD $8,000 Alex Ashwood 17 Art Major USA Shes Got It All NZ Galthorn Farm SOLD $70,000 Geoff Webster 18 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Shezacullen NZ Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $32,500 Neale Donnelley 19 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Shezahighlander NZ K.T.R. Standardbred Stud PASSED IN (reserve $6,000)  Make an Offer     20 Four Starzzz Shark CA Sibling Rivalry N J Pangrazio WITHDRAWN     21 Western Ideal (US) Sign Logic Mark Carey PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     22 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Slip Slop Slap Rhiannon Park & Clients PASSED IN (reserve $37,500)  Make an Offer     23 Betterthancheddar USA Smiling Angel Equine Reproduction Services SOLD $32,500 Marcus Panton 24 Well Said (US) Sur La Plage A J Bermingham PASSED IN (reserve $30,000)  Make an Offer     25 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Soho Cannes Robert Watson SOLD $16,000 Shwu-Mei Thompson 26 Mach Three CA Soho Winslet Robert Watson PASSED IN (reserve $20,000)  Make an Offer     27 Somebeachsomewhere USA Spirited Storm USA Helen Head SOLD $60,000 R.E.D. Harness Racing Pty Ltd 28 Art Major USA Stylish Jasper Anthony Moody PASSED IN (reserve $30,000)  Make an Offer     29 Bettors Delight USA Soho Paris Kevin & Annette Charles PASSED IN (reserve $40,000)  Make an Offer     30 Bettors Delight USA Tamara Hall USA Durham Park SOLD $30,000 AB & T Cormack Racing PTY LTD 31 Modern Art USA Tee Time USA A J Bermingham PASSED IN (reserve $17,500)  Make an Offer     32 Million Dollar Cam USA Tess Finnegan David Sheppard SOLD $7,000 Downey Equine 33 Bettors Delight USA Sokys Courage NZ Kevin & Annette Charles SOLD $50,000 Montana Park Pty Ltd 34 Art Major USA Spitfire Shadow Dunroamin Standardbreds & ClientsRD Tuddenham PASSED IN (reserve $50,000)  Make an Offer     35 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Thats My Secret NZ Pinaroo Park SOLD $22,000 Rohan Hadley 36 American Ideal USA Three Eagles Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $65,000 Michael Muscat 37 A Rocknroll Dance USA Three Secrets Garry, Melva & Kristen Graham WITHDRAWN     38 Courage Under Fire NZ Tiz Herself Desmond & Heather Glynn WITHDRAWN     39 Art Major USA The Good Times Peter Gleeson & Bruce & Craig Cameron SOLD $50,000 Akram Younan 40 Bettors Delight USA Top Tempo NZ Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $60,000 Neil Richmond 41 Sportswriter USA Trammell Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $27,000 Wayne Stewart 42 A Rocknroll Dance USA Trebla Trebla Wayne, Gerard & Leonie Ronan PASSED IN (reserve $40,000)  Make an Offer     43 Artistic Fella USA Trojan Fire Helen Head SOLD $18,000 Shwu-Mei Thompson 44 Art Major USA Tigress Franco NZ Pinaroo Park SOLD $50,000 Justin Baker 45 Life Sign USA Trulyawork Of Art USA Cavalli Superiori SOLD $20,000 Rob Essex 46 American Ideal USA Ultimate Cc NZ Durham Park SOLD $35,000 AB & T Cormack Racing PTY LTD 47 Art Major USA Vista Bella Bruce Dumesny SOLD $55,000 Neil Pilcher 48 Sportswriter USA Von Rita Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $22,000 Sarah Wall 49 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Wattabout A Smile Oak Park SOLD $36,000 Paul Fraser 50 Art Major USA Well Hello Dolly P Hayes, M James & D Maffey SOLD $35,000 Ron Anderson 51 Western Terror USA Whitleys Scooter USA Helen Head SOLD $20,000 Justin Baker 52 Auckland Reactor NZ Whos Sorry Now USA Durham Park SOLD $15,000 Graham Old 53 Well Said (US) Without Guile Carl & Matthew Reinehr SOLD $12,000 Geoff Lucas 54 American Ideal USA Zoeyzoey I & K Sutherland SOLD $26,000 Jayson Finnis 55 Mach Three CA Aldebaran Bromac NZ Aldebaran Lodge PASSED IN (reserve $35,000)  Make an Offer     56 Mach Three CA Aleppo Heiress Dale & Michelle Eastman SOLD $50,000 Tom Hogan 57 Mach Three CA All Mystique Alabar Bloodstock SOLD $20,000 Neville Bellman 58 Bettors Delight USA Alashell Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $50,000 Larry Eastman 59 Mach Three CA Ally Mcblossom Aldebaran Lodge PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     60 Art Major USA Alta Calypso NZ Colin Moore SOLD $37,500 PI & GJ Bloodstock 61 Art Major USA Angela Patron NZ David & Rachael Micallef SOLD $28,000 Steven Carter 62 American Ideal USA All Eyes On Me Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $20,000 Shaun Kelly 63 Pet Rock USA Art Shadow Dunroamin Standardbreds & ClientsRD Tuddenham, FL Tuddenham, S Tuddenham, DA Ashby & SM Seaman PASSED IN (reserve $35,000)  Make an Offer     64 Well Said (US) Arterial Way Atworthy Park & Associates SOLD $40,000 Rob Nalder 65 Mach Three CA Articulate Castle Castle Family Pty Ltd PASSED IN (reserve $50,000)  Make an Offer     66 Mach Three CA Artificial Denise Provis SOLD $36,000 John McCarthy 67 American Ideal USA Alldatglittersisgold NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $95,000 Walmsley Developments Pty Ltd 68 Well Said (US) Artistic Gal Galthorn Farm SOLD $15,000 Rob Essex 69 Roll With Joe USA As It Is In Heaven Alabar Bloodstock & Clients PASSED IN (reserve $20,000)  Make an Offer     70 Mach Three CA Aston Villa USA Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $130,000 Yvonne & Peter Males 71 Betterthancheddar USA Atlarak Susan Maine SOLD $21,000 Ross Pike 72 Art Major USA Arctic Fire NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $55,000 Larry Eastman 73 Art Major USA Atworthy Maid Atworthy Park & Associates SOLD $11,000 Sandra Bryant 74 Western Terror USA Awesome Powers Steven Zammit PASSED IN (reserve $40,000)  Make an Offer     75 Auckland Reactor NZ Bella Paloma Kristine Colman WITHDRAWN     76 Pet Rock USA Beloka Diamond Vince Pendergast SOLD $11,000 Barton Cockburn 77 Mach Three CA Art De Triomphe Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $45,000 Goodtime Breeding 78 Bettors Delight USA Benjor Maddy Lombo M J Howie PASSED IN (reserve $40,000)  Make an Offer     79 Pet Rock USA Bonton Lady Garry & Melva Graham SOLD $30,000 Rob Essex 80 Art Major USA Bella Shine Atworthy Park & Associates SOLD $40,000 Marc Hanover & Gordon Banks 81 Modern Art USA Bring Her Back Stephen Walker SOLD $9,000 Gary Hoban 82 American Ideal USA Beninjurd Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $115,000 Tim Bunning 83 Western Terror USA Bute Sister NZ Dean Baring SOLD $25,000 Jaime Madruga 84 Sportswriter USA Canugrinforme NZ K.T.R. Standardbred Stud PASSED IN (reserve $6,000)  Make an Offer     85 Western Terror USA Career Artist USA Durham Park SOLD $26,000 Andy Gath 86 Betterthancheddar USA Charlotte Church NZ Alabar Bloodstock SOLD $31,000 Stanley Stables 87 Sportswriter USA Bennies Daughter Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $32,500 Phillip Bowland 88 Art Major USA Charm Thee NZ Regal Farm & Clients SOLD $18,000 Montana Park Pty Ltd 89 Bettors Delight USA Chip And Gale Robert Watson SOLD $17,000 Glenn Holland 90 Bettors Delight USA Chrissy Sheffield Staffordshire Park SOLD $24,000 Garry Ulverstone 91 Western Ideal (US) Christa G.N and K.L Coghill SOLD $30,000 Pacific Bloodstock Pty Ltd 92 Bettors Delight USA Catapult USA Durham Park SOLD $47,000 Neil Pilcher 93 Village Jolt CA Christmas Cullen Carl & Matthew Reinehr SOLD $18,000 Kevin Burns 94 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Classic Cathy Nixon Bloodstock SOLD $21,000 Janelle Bunfield 95 A Rocknroll Dance USA Coco Cullen Doug & Glenda Nalder PASSED IN (reserve $16,000)  Make an Offer     96 Four Starzzz Shark CA Cold Outside Rhiannon Park & Clients SOLD $15,000 Levarg Racing Group 97 Bettors Delight USA Coppagoodone NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $37,500 Sea Horse Racing Stables 98 Pet Rock USA Cosmic Delight B, F, H, Robinson & H Robinson-Bush WITHDRAWN     99 Art Major USA Country Change Robert Watson SOLD $12,500 APG As Agent 100 Art Major USA Cyclone Betty Fusinato Bloodstock SOLD $200,000 E & M Stride Pty Ltd 101 Art Major USA Connetic Score NZ R E & J M Steen SOLD $18,000 Dianne Giles 102 Auckland Reactor NZ Coriacea Dunroamin Standardbreds & ClientsJ. Nalder & J. Hearn WITHDRAWN     103 Pet Rock USA Double Justice Bruce Phillips SOLD $5,000 Paul Gordon 104 Art Major USA Duel Castle Castle Family Pty Ltd SOLD $23,000 Ian Attard 105 Art Major USA Easton All Action NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $70,000 Merv & Meg Butterworth 106 Big Jim USA Cyclone Dora Fusinato Bloodstock SOLD $47,000 Gary Elson 107 Betterthancheddar USA Elixir Fiona Aylett SOLD $26,000 Geoffrey Bottams 108 Art Major USA Elizabeth Kelly Yirribee Pacing Stud SOLD $25,000 BBW & Sons Pty Ltd 109 Grinfromeartoear USA Flamingo Rose NZ Ian Douglas SOLD $7,500 Rob Essex 110 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Fun On The Run Pinaroo Park SOLD $15,000 Jaime Madruga 111 Western Terror USA Galleons Bud NZ Galthorn Farm SOLD $31,000 Emma Stewart 112 Mach Three CA Garden Gate Tina CA Durham Park PASSED IN (reserve $25,000)  Make an Offer     113 Somebeachsomewhere USA Gee R We There Yet NZ Dallas Harvey SOLD $97,500 John McCarthy 114 Bettors Delight USA Ghadas Koala Montana Stark SOLD $30,000 Pam & Russell Hockham 115 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Glenferrie Alexis NZ Fusinato Bloodstock WITHDRAWN     116 Art Major USA Espeshlimade Lombo Yirribee Pacing Stud SOLD $25,000 E and M Carvana T/As Exclusive Homes and Developments 117 Bettors Delight USA Glenferrie Shuffle NZ Lauriston Bloodstock and Spunky Syndicate SOLD $85,000 Jarrod Alchin 118 A Rocknroll Dance USA Glitterazzi NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $23,000 Paul Fitzpatrick 119 Mach Three CA Gold Castle Castle Family Pty Ltd SOLD $16,000 Matthew Craven Racing 120 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Gwenda Baker A J Bermingham WITHDRAWN     121 Art Major USA Hannah Isabella Steve Johnson PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     122 Art Major USA Hear No Secret NZ Robert Watson PASSED IN (reserve $40,000)  Make an Offer     123 A Rocknroll Dance USA Henin Hardenne NZ Gerard Moloney SOLD $20,000 Jayne Davies 124 Bettors Delight USA Hexham Heartbeat Celestrial Standardbreds SOLD $70,000 BBW & Sons Pty Ltd 125 Sportswriter USA Holdthatdream Edenvale Horse Farm SOLD $22,000 Bryce Campbell 126 Bettors Delight USA Hotinthecitytonite NZ Nixon Bloodstock SOLD $75,000 Yvonne & Peter Males 127 A Rocknroll Dance USA Heavenly Beauty USA A J Bermingham SOLD $14,000 Levarg Racing Group 128 Sportswriter USA Idle Spirit Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $35,000 Maxfield Standardbreds Tasmani 129 Four Starzzz Shark CA Illustrator Durham Park SOLD $16,000 B & A TINDALE HARNESS RACING 130 Alta Christiano NZ Ima Ritzi Lombo Yorkshire Park Standardbreds PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     131 Art Major USA Incendio NZ Robert Watson PASSED IN (reserve $20,000)  Make an Offer     132 American Ideal USA Indigenous Homestead Farm SOLD $52,500 Mervat and Anthony Caruana 133 A Rocknroll Dance USA Indigo Breeze NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $38,000 John McCarthy 134 Well Said (US) Kensington Palace Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $45,000 Russell Jack 135 Sportswriter USA Just Look At Me P & T Wade SOLD $10,000 David Withington 136 Art Major USA Jasmine Sheffield Staffordshire Park SOLD $22,500 Areste Mifsud 137 Roll With Joe USA Jazzy Malone Fusinato Bloodstock SOLD $20,000 Michael Moloney 138 Mach Three CA Jo Louleonie Ray Sellwood PASSED IN (reserve $25,000)  Make an Offer     139 Art Major USA Jodi Lindenny NZ Regal Farm & Clients PASSED IN (reserve $20,000)  Make an Offer     140 Courage Under Fire NZ Kaleigh R E & J M Steen SOLD $14,000 Norm Visca 141 Gotta Go Cullect NZ Karamea Dreamin R N Simpson SOLD $11,000 Gary Barton 142 Bettors Delight USA Left In Paris Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $90,000 Geoff Webster 143 Mcardle USA Keep Watching Me Galthorn Farm SOLD $26,000 Greg Sugars 144 Sportswriter USA Laura Madison NZ PL & SM Bryant PASSED IN (reserve $15,000)  Make an Offer     145 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Kateeshar Kevin Clark SOLD $18,000 Ray Woods 146 Art Major USA Led Suitcase Jason Bussenschutt SOLD $22,000 Matthew Craven Racing 147 Art Major USA Left Her Mark Celestrial Standardbreds SOLD $23,000 Molander Harness Racing 148 A Rocknroll Dance USA Legal Art Atworthy Park & Associates WITHDRAWN     149 Mach Three CA Leilani Lombo Kevin & Annette Charles SOLD $32,000 Mike Brennan 150 Art Major USA Limerick Star NZ Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $100,000 AD Investments Pty Ltd 151 Art Major USA Lady Of My Life NZ Rhiannon Park & Clients PASSED IN (reserve $25,000)  Make an Offer     152 Well Said (US) Lets Go Baby B & M Gourley PASSED IN (reserve $25,000)  Make an Offer     153 Western Terror USA Libbiemack NZ Dunroamin Standardbreds & ClientsJ. Nalder & J. Hearn SOLD $19,000 Norm Visca 154 Western Terror USA Lifes Destiny Bruce Dumesny SOLD $16,000 Kevin Charles 155 Mach Three CA Lincoln Beach Girl Nixon Bloodstock WITHDRAWN     156 Roll With Joe USA Little Miss Voodoo Kevin Clark SOLD $14,000 Shannon Hoffmann 157 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Lindsey Leigh USA Anne Anderson SOLD $30,000 KTC Bloodstock 158 Art Major USA Lisa Lombo TS & WM Rivett PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     159 A Rocknroll Dance USA Lombo Anastasia LJ & GF Menegon PASSED IN (reserve $28,000)  Make an Offer     160 Bettors Delight USA Lughnasadh NZ Pinaroo Park WITHDRAWN     161 Courage Under Fire NZ Lombo Socialite Yorkshire Park Standardbreds SOLD $18,000 Barry Dunn 162 Art Major USA Machabiba NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $16,000 Rickie Alchin 163 Betterthancheddar USA Machane Alabar Bloodstock SOLD $16,000 Debbie Padberg 164 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Magic Z Tam USA Durham Park SOLD $28,000 Mark Driscoll 165 Sportswriter USA Listen To The Rhythm NZ Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $45,000 PI & GJ Bloodstock 166 Western Terror USA Mae Hays Kevin Clark SOLD $24,000 Paddy Lee 167 Art Major USA Mendelico Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $62,500 Dianne Reilly 168 A Rocknroll Dance USA Maheer Melody NZ MICA02 David & Rachael Micallef SOLD $12,500 Alabar Bloodstock 169 Western Terror USA Majeur Le Crest Mark Carey SOLD $5,000 Joe Pace 170 Pet Rock USA Major Love B, F, H, Robinson, H Robinson-Bush & J Bush PASSED IN (reserve $12,000)  Make an Offer   Barry, Frances & Helen Robinson 171 Mach Three CA Mattys Best Alabar Bloodstock WITHDRAWN     172 Mach Three CA Mint Julep Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $26,000 Woodlands Stud Pty Ltd 173 Sportswriter USA Missy Elliott NZ Regal Farm & Clients SOLD $12,000 Kerryn Manning 174 Rock N Roll Heaven USA Miss Galvinator Robert Watson SOLD $15,000 John McCarthy 175 Betterthancheddar USA Miss Holmes Alabar Bloodstock SOLD $18,000 Gary Barton 176 Art Major USA Miss Trickin Lombo Yirribee Pacing Stud SOLD $42,000 Meagan Lang 177 Mach Three CA Miss Fantastic NZ Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $32,000 James Rattray 178 American Ideal USA Mollys Lucky Star USA Durham Park SOLD $30,000 Paul Fitzpatrick 179 Well Said (US) Musical Delight Lauriston Bloodstock SOLD $105,000 Five Arrows Syndicate 180 Pet Rock USA My Little Black Dress NZ Yorkshire Park Standardbreds SOLD $15,000 Kerryn Manning 181 A Rocknroll Dance USA Mystery Moment NZ Regal Farm & Clients WITHDRAWN     182 Bettors Delight USA My Prerogative TS & WM Rivett SOLD $14,000 Janice Boyle 183 Art Major USA Morgan Abby Benstud Standardbreds & Clients SOLD $28,000 Ian Edwards 184 Bettors Delight USA My Double Dream NZ Durham Park SOLD $100,000 Yvonne & Peter Males 185 Presidential Ball USA North American Honey NZ Jessica Francis SOLD $9,000 Aaron Bain 186 Pet Rock USA On Fifth NZ Edenvale Horse Farm SOLD $26,000 Ray Mathews 187 Art Major USA Nightshade Franco NZ Regal Farm & Clients SOLD $50,000 Greg Sugars 188 Art Major USA Peaceful Dreams Rhiannon Park & Clients PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     189 Mach Three CA Operative Miss Kristine Colman SOLD $15,000 Leigh Davis 190 Art Major USA Our Awesome Lover NZ Aldebaran Lodge PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     191 Mach Three CA O Narutac Bella USA Durham Park SOLD $52,500 Geoff Webster 192 A Rocknroll Dance USA Perfect Lignum Jason Bussenschutt SOLD $15,000 Les Harding 193 Bettors Delight USA Philtra Girl P & T Wade SOLD $32,500 Andy Gath 194 Mach Three CA Placid Castle Equine Reproduction Services SOLD $9,500 Jodie Quinlan 195 Mach Three CA Pole Dancer Pinaroo Park PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     196 Pet Rock USA Out Swing N NZ Regal Farm & Clients SOLD $10,000 Patrick Keating 197 Western Terror USA Presidential Night Stephen Cleave PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     198 Art Major USA Pride Kept Me Rick Hasty SOLD $9,000 David Miles Racing 199 Changeover NZ Princess Sandel Mark Carey PASSED IN (reserve $0)  Make an Offer     200 Art Major USA Quick Comment I.L.Carmichael SOLD $75,000 Five Arrows Syndicate by APG Media

Widely regarded for having a ‘good eye’ for harness racing horseflesh, power couple Emma Stewart and Clayton Tonkin are gearing up for Sunday’s Australian Pacing Gold Sale. While we can’t reveal which yearlings the pair are looking to secure, Tonkin has shared their routine as they prepare for the bidding wars. Stewart and Tonkin captured the colts’ and geldings’ division of last season’s APG race series with unbeaten freshman The Storm Inside. The colt’s APG graduate stablemate, Our Little General, was then triumphant in the Australasian Breeders’ Crown. Stating the obvious about a potential purchase’s immediate family, Tonkin explained a yearling’s maternal ancestry is also a key factor. “Naturally if they are related to a star you have a good look at them, but a good maternal family going back is very important,” Tonkin said. “Once we’ve studied that part of the equation, and selected the ones we are interested in, the next stage is to have a look at them in person.” Having already conducted their inspections during the past few weeks, Tonkin stated every possible movement, along with conformation, is monitored. “It’s more than just how good they look standing there,” Tonkin said. “Yes confirmation is high on the list, but watching them move in a paddock offers a few insights to them as well. “Going over them ahead of the sale, and watching them move, can really point you in the right direction.” As mentioned, breeding is close to ‘a must’, but Tonkin surprisingly listed the breeder and/or preparer as another decision-making aspect. “We take into account who is preparing the yearling as well,” Tonkin said. “If the yearling is coming from someone renowned for having them ready for sales, then it just gives you that much more confidence. “There are so many things to consider and hopefully that increases the odds of getting the right ones.” by APG Media

How would you like to own a close relative to one of the most exciting harness racing pacers in the Southern Hemisphere? Along with boasting 20 wins and four placings from 24 starts for earnings of $1,532,504, the star in question is also the raging $1.40 favourite for Saturday night’s Victoria Cup at Melton! If you haven’t guessed the multiple Group One winner, it is boom four-year-old Lazarus. But how do you own a member of his family? That answer is even simpler…via Australian Pacing Gold. APG’s Ladbrokes Melbourne Sale features a filly which can be best described as Lazarus’ cousin. By popular stallion Sportswriter, the yearling is from Idle Spirit, which is a Grinfromeartoear half-sister to Bethany, the dam of Lazarus. The family also includes Stars And Stripes, Light And Sound, Spirit Of Zeus, Davy Maguire, Our Crown Lady, Spiritual King and United We Stand. Bred by and prepared by Benstud, the filly will enter the ring as lot 128 at the Inglis Sales Complex, Oaklands Road, Oaklands Junction on February 5. For all details of the sale click on this link.

Harness Racing Victoria Stewards and veterinarians have been collecting out of competition blood samples from yearlings scheduled to be sold at the upcoming Australian Pacing Gold (APG) Sales in Melbourne on Sunday 5 February 2017. All blood samples collected have been subjected to testing by Racing Analytical Services Limited (RASL) on their steroid screening test, which covers over 40 substances, and is understood to be the most comprehensive screening test in operation in Australia. RASL report that all of the analysed samples are clear of steroids. HRV wish to acknowledge the significant support of APG in assisting HRV’s efforts to ensure compliance with the national harness racing rules, introduced in May 2014, which banned the use of steroids at all times. Harness Racing Victoria

East Rutherford, NJ ---Harness racing trainer Tony Alagna signed the ticket for the sales topper at Monday's Tattersalls January Select Mixed Sale at the Meadowlands, and it won't take the trainer much time to get familiar with the horse. Alagna purchased Dr J Hanover for $280,000. Dr J Hanover, a 4-year-old gelded pacer, spent his first two years in Alagna's stable, winning eight of 19 races and earning $326,773. The majority of Dr J Hanover's success came last year at Yonkers Raceway, where he won six times. On the Grand Circuit, he finished third in the Messenger Stakes, Little Brown Jug, and a division of the Tattersalls Pace. In addition, Alagna bought 4-year-old pacing stallion American Passport for $135,000. American Passport also raced in Alagna's stable at ages 2 and 3, winning five of 27 races and earning $314,656. The two horses were sold as part of dissolving partnerships. "Some partners wanted out, some wanted to stay in; we'll wait until the dust settles and see who's staying in," Alagna said. "It will be new partnerships put together for both horses." One of the new partners on both horses will be Canada's Brad Grant. "Brad and I have had great luck," Alagna said. "He bought Wake Up Peter from me, he bought Sandbetweenurtoes, Revenge Shark, Witch Dali; he's had a great run with horses that we've had. These fit what Brad is looking for. They'll be nice horses for the 4-year-old year." Dr J Hanover, named in honor of Dr. Bridgette Jablonsky, the farm manager at Hanover Shoe Farms, was purchased as a yearling under the name Stepenwolf Hanover for $300,000 at the 2014 Standardbred Horse Sale. He is a son of stallion Somebeachsomewhere out of the stakes-winning mare So Perfect and his family includes stakes-winners Perfectionist, Lifetime Member and Copywriter as well as millionaire Image Of Dawn. Alagna will target the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series at Yonkers for Dr J Hanover's first test. "He's back training," Alagna said. "We gave him a nice proper break, so he'll be ready for the Levy if everything goes well. We'll play it by ear. If he's getting beat up in the Levy we won't continue and we'll get him freshened up and get him ready for the 4-year-old restricted races. "With the way the races are, and the money they're going for at Yonkers, and if you have a horse that's a half-mile track specialist, why not? Dr J Hanover got so good on the half, and that made him a horse. You normally don't find that. He learned to leave the gate fast." American Passport is a son of American Ideal out of the mare Star Of The Show. He sold as a yearling for $29,000 under the name Rose Run Rascal at the 2014 Standardbred Horse Sale. His mother is a half-sister to both Ideal Treasure, who is the dam of 2015 Canadian Horse of the Year State Treasurer, and stakes-winner Ideal Matters. The family also includes world champion Hit Parade. "I like his speed," Grant said. "He's a very fast horse. I think he's got a lot of upside ahead of him. He's lightly raced. I really think he's got a lot of racing ahead of him." Grant purchased last year's top seller at the January sale, trotter Lindy's Tru Grit, for $125,000. He also purchased then 3-year-old Easy Lover Hanover, who capped last season by winning the Progress Pace, for $70,000. "Brad's already got Easy Lover (Hanover)," Alagna said. "He's got (multiple) opportunities to race for good money in the 4-year-old restricted (races). We'll do the right thing and get American Passport ready for the 4-year-old year. I'm not going to rush him to be ready for the Levy because I don't think he's ready to do that yet. But he's got a lot of upside. "There are a lot of 4-year-old restricted races and then by midseason hopefully he can step up. There's no (Horse of the Year) Always B Miki, no Racing Hill, no Betting Line. You take a lot of horses out of the mix, so he's got a shot to make some serious money." A total of eight horses sold for at least $100,000 at this year's sale, compared to two horses last year. Following Dr J Hanover on the list was 4-year-old pacing stallion Gerries Sport, who was purchased for $145,000 by trainer Josh Green as agent. Last year, Gerries Sport won five of 20 races and earned $187,978 while racing for trainer Richard Moreau. He finished second to Betting Line in the Ontario Sire Stakes championship. Multiple-stakes-winner Katies Rocker, a 4-year-old gelded pacer with $405,069 in career purses, sold for $140,000 to Howard Taylor. The horse raced for trainer Jim Campbell at ages 2 and 3. In addition to the eight horses to top $100,000 this year, 4-year-old pacer Western Fame and 4-year-old trotter Lagerfeld were each hammered down for more than $200,000, but neither reached his reserve price. Cinamony, a 6-year-old mare pacer, was the top seller among the ladies, going for $90,000 to Mark Mullen of Fair Winds Farm. Mullen plans to breed the mare, who won 25 of 89 races and earned $532,404 in her career. Cinamony is a half-sister to stakes-winner Fear The Dragon and her second dam is Dan Patch Award-winner Mattaroni. "She had a good record and she was racy looking," Mullen said. "Mattaroni is a pretty nice family." Below are the top sellers from Monday's sale. Horse--Sire-Dam--Buyer--Consignor--Price Dr J Hanover (4gp) - Somebeachsomewhere-So Perfect-Tony Alagna-Preferred Equine, agent-$280,000 Gerries Sport (4hp) - Mach Three-Perfect Sport-Josh Green, agent-Northwood Bloodstock-$145,000 Katies Rocker (4gp) - Rocknroll Hanover-Just Wait Kate-Howard Taylor-Peninsula Farm, agent-$140,000 American Passport (4hp) - American Ideal-Star Of The Show-Tony Alagna-Preferred Equine, agent-$135,000 Bentley Spur (5gt) - SJ's Caviar-Sweetie Spur-Richard Banca-Northwood Bloodstock-$135,000 Missile J (4gp) - American Ideal-Cantor's Daughter-Scott DiDomenico-Preferred Equine, agent-$115,000 Rodeo Romeo (5hp) - Rocknroll Hanover-Southwind Vanna-Chris Ryder, agent-Preferred Equine, agent-$110,000 Voracity (4gp) - Sportswriter-Lu Lu Q-Burke Racing-Preferred Equine, agent-$105,000 Cinamony (6mp) - Art Official-Armbro Cinnamon-Mark Mullen-Preferred Equine, agent-$90,000 Latest Desire (7gp) - Real Desire-Latest Design-Virgil Morgan Jr.-Preferred Equine, agent-$90,000 Bettor Rock On N (8gp) - Bettor's Delight-Jingle Belle Rock-William Hartt-Preferred Equine, agent-$85,000 Fine Diamond (4hp) - Rock N Roll Heaven-Yellow Diamond-S. Descheneaut-Preferred Equine, agent-$82,000 Newcastle (5gt) - Cantab Hall-Blushed-Cad Gregory-Preferred Equine, agent-$82,000 Elliesjet N (7mp) - Jereme's Jet-Elle Mary Rose-Chad Foulk-Northwood Bloodstock-$70,000 Tipitina (7mp) - Rocknroll Hanover-Hi Ho Molly-Rene Allard-Preferred Equine, agent-$70,000 The Rock (5gp) - Sportswriter-Shy Ticket-Tyler Buter-Preferred Equine, agent-$70,000 Complete results of the sale are available at Ken Weingartner

The supplement catalog and updated racelines booklet for Monday's Meadowlands January Select Mixed Sale are now available on the Tattersalls website and on the Equineline Sales Catalog app for the iPad.   The January Mixed is billed as the "Winter Racehorse Market" and the 2017 renewal remains true to form. Of the 258 head in the catalog and supplement, close to 200 are racehorses and racing prospects.   "As of Monday (Jan. 10), racehorses in the sale posted 23 wins in just the last two weeks," said sale manager David Reid. "Like always, there are horses racing at every level and coming in from everywhere, but this year buyers will notice that the sale is extremely strong in 2017 4-year-olds," he added.   Those horses include a number of prominent stakes winners from last season, perhaps the most notable among them Breeders Crown elim and Jug elim winner Western Fame p,3,1:50.1h ($453,674), Art Rooney winner Missile J p,3,1:51 ($313,902) and NJSS Final winner Katies Rocker p,3,1:50.3 ($405,069).   Other 4-year-olds certainly on buyers' radar are multiple stakes winners Lagerfeld 3,1:53.2f ($668,621), Dr J Hanover p,3,1:50.1f ($326,773) and Gerries Sport p,3,1:49.2 ($217,246).   "Seven of the 4-year-olds in the sale have each earned more than $300,000, so for those in the market for open class and top-condition horses, they'll fit the bill," Reid said.   The sale will get underway in the Meadowlands back paddock at 11 a.m. on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Horses will be in and available for inspection either on Sunday, Jan. 15, or the morning of the sale.   First paragraph "supplement catalog" links to:   First paragraph "updated racelines booklet" links to:   Tattersalls Sales Co.  

Tattersalls Sales Co. reminds harness racing horsemen that entries for the main catalog for the Meadowlands January Select Mixed Sale will close Monday, Dec. 5. The popular winter sale will be held in the back paddock at the Meadowlands on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 16. Sale manager David Reid said that despite the racehorse population not being what it used to be, the numbers for the mixed sales that are held at the Meadowlands have continued to stay strong, and he expects the January sale to hold true to form. “There are two ways to look at the shortage of racehorses,” he said. “On the one hand, there are plenty of racing opportunities and purses are strong, so many find it hard to part with a good horse. “But on the other hand, that smaller population of racehorses has sent demand through the roof when a good one does go to auction. Nearly every horse that sells these days--that’s competitive and winning--brings every penny it’s worth, and many times a whole lot more.” With breeding season just around the corner, the sale has also become a target for those selling race fillies, in-foal broodmares and stallion shares. “Our ‘Magnificent Mares’ section has really picked again recently, and we expect that trend to continue,” Reid said. “With the yearling market like it was this last fall, there’s big money to be made selling high-end fillies and mares.”  

The 2016 edition of The Black Book 2 can now be found on Standardbred Horse Sales Company's website here.. Printed catalogs are expected to be available for shipping on October 12. The Mixed Sale begins on Thursday, November 10 and ends on Friday, November 11 at the PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA, following the Select Yearling Sale which takes place from Monday, November 7 through Wednesday, November 9. Standardbred's popular "Black Book for the iPad" from is available for download from a link on our website. Past Performances First Edition for race lines is also available for download on the website. Past Performances Second Edition with most current race lines will be available for download on November 1, and will be distributed in printed form at the Sale. The Mixed Sale has a total of 768 entries, including 197 broodmares and broodmare prospects, 24 weanlings, 32 yearlings, 58 stallion shares, and 457 race horses. The Mixed Sale features top quality dispersals from Peninsula Farm selling broodmares from William Weaver Estate, Concord Stud Farm selling Katz/Libfeld broodmare reduction, and Concord Stud Farm selling stallion shares from William Weaver Estate; LITTLE MISS DRAGON p,3, 1:50.2 ($767,634), dam of DELIGHTFUL DRAGON p,5, 1:50 ($475,411) and in foal to ROLL WITH JOE; SYMPHONY IN MOTION p,6, 1:49 ($1,065,949), dam of NORMANDY BEACH p,2, 1:52.1f-16 (($95,794) and in foal to SWEET LOU; VENUS DELIGHT p,5, 1:49.4 ($1,031,164); CHARMED LIFE 4, 1:52.2 ($999,708); BETTOR BE STEPPIN p,3, 1:50f ($782,516); and many more! For further information, please visit the website or call 717-637-8931. Paul Spears Standardbred Horse Sales Company

Australian Pacing Gold is proud to launch its new harness racing website, which features a new look, plus tons of additional content, including: APG TV's Winner's Circle will bring feature video stories & important news throughout the year; and Detailed performance reports for APG Sales Graduates, making it easier than ever for users to track the performance of APG Sales Graduates and APG’s leading trainers. To visit APG’s new website, please go to APG TV’s new Feature Channel – Winner’s Circle Winner’s Circle will include bi-monthly feature stories as well as other important APG news as it breaks throughout the year. The first edition is available now, and provides a brief introduction to the new website, an update on entries for the 2017 APG yearling sales, plus a feature story going behind the scenes with Emma Stewart and Clayton Tonkin during Breeders Crown week to check out their new training facility, and discuss their Breeders Crown team. In coming editions, we’ll be taking a close-up look at the foaling process, going behind the scenes to take you through a day in the life of a yearling during sales prep, and we’ll be catching up with one of Australia’s leading trainers as he takes us step by step through his inspection process in the lead-up to the 2017 APG Sales. Detailed Performance Reports for APG Sales Graduates APG has worked with RISE to develop live, up-to-date reports that allows users to track the performance of APG Sales Graduates, including: 2yo Qualifiers this Season; Upcoming 2yo, 3yo & feature race starters; APG winners and feature race winners; APG’s leading money earners for the season; and Leading trainer’s strike rates with APG Sales Graduates All reports feature links back to the horses’ original sales pedigrees to allow users to see what their sales pedigrees looked like when they first passed through the APG sales ring. The reports can be accessed via the “Graduates” menu. Additional News Content APG’s new site includes additional news content, including exclusive APG content plus news feeds from the main website pertaining to APG Sales Graduates. All content sourced from the main harness website will include additional commentary, detailing the sale from which the horse was purchased, as well as its purchase price plus any additional information that may be of interest to readers. APG Seeking Feedback We hope you enjoy the new website, however, we would be pleased to receive any feedback that users may have for further improvements.  Feedback can be provided by clicking here.

The format of the upcoming harness racing Garrards Horse and Hound Ready2Run Sale in Sydney is reverting back to how it has always been run. Official time-trials will be held at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Sunday November 27, 2016, and shortly after the auction will take place. Directors of the New South Wales Standardbred Sales had announced they were changing the format by conducting the time-trials two weeks prior to the Sale but this has been changed according to Chairman Peter Green. "We have made the decision to revert back to how the trial was previously run and have the Sale component on the same day," Green said. "We will accept late entries and if any vendor or preparer that would like to put a video up of heir horse or horses they need to contact Karen Kemp." Karen can be contacted at   AMANDA RANDO

Goshen, NY - Printed and bound catalogs for the second annual Goshen Yearling Sale on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at the Mark Ford Training Center in Middletown, NY are now available.   To request a catalog by mail, prospective purchasers should complete the applicable form on the sales company's website: ---  or call 201-863-2082.   The website also houses a PDF link of the printed sale catalog, complete with all the pedigrees for the 162 yearlings being offered. In addition, a complete sortable roster is also available with individual links to TrackIT pedigrees which offer real time updates to current performers. Printed catalogs are also available in many of the race offices of Harness Racing tracks and training centers in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The sale features strong consignments from Hanover Shoe Farms, Winbak Farm, Blue Chip, Concord Stud and Cameo Hills, just to name a few. Colts and fillies by popular sires such as Roll With Joe and Chapter Seven are included in the 70 trotters and 90 pacers cataloged. The sale facility is centrally located within a ninety-minute drive of all the Standardbred hot spots in the tri-state area. from the Goshen Yearling Sale            

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