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Coral Springs, FL - The United States Harness Writers Association (USHWA) will host the next free harness racing handicapping contest on Scott Alberg's Facebook page on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4 at The Meadowlands. One special race will be selected from the Meadowlands Saturday program and contestants can enter free of charge. All you have to do is select the correct exacta (first two official finishers in the race, either by their starting post position number or by the name of the horse). The Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame have arranged for the three Swag Bag prizes that will be given away in this week's contest. If more than three correct answers are submitted, then a drawing will take place with all the correct winners and the first three names drawn will win a swag bag prize package. This week's prizes come from the Harness Racing Museum and includes a copy of the USTA's Care & Training of the Trotter and Pacer book, a copy of Bill Heller's novel on Billy Haughton, plus other surprise items. Scott Alberg, the 2006 National Harness Handicapping Champion, who also has numerous other handicapping titles, has been a Standardbred owner in the past, and has agreed to partner with USHWA as the contests new title sponsor. "Since USHWA came on board with this contest, we are setting records with every event," said Alberg, "Our last contest set the bar now at 287 people entering. We have never had that many people enter before. This contest is all about having fun and we hope even more people will enter this week." To enter the contest, fans must go to Scott Alberg's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scott.alberg.3,, where the contest will be prominently displayed. Alberg, as he has done in the past, will run the contests. All contest winners will have their name posted after the event and the ranking they finished in from the prize drawings. As soon as the draw takes place at the Meadowlands this week, the program proof page for the race selected will be posted for race fans to handicap from. For more information check out Scott Alberg's Facebook Page, USHWA's Facebook Page, Twitter and Instagram accounts or the new USHWA website at www.usharnesswriters.com. By Steve Wolf, for USHWA  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Harness racing driver Steeven Genois, a Quebec native, will be back in action full-time at the Hippodrome 3R starting with opening day on Wednesday. The Quebec Jockey Club is conducting a 40-day race meet that will go until early November of 2020, racing primarily on Fridays (4:00 pm) and Sundays (1:00 pm). The special Wednesday card is also National Quebec Day. The 32-year-old reinsman from Levis, Quebec, Genois had a banner year competing at Saratoga Raceway in upstate New York in 2019. He scored 78 wins in the USA with a personal record of more than $600,000 in purse earnings with the horses he drove. Off to a slow start at Saratoga at the beginning of 2020, Genois made a tough decision to return to Quebec after the start of the pandemic in North America. "I was there (Saratoga) at the start of the season," explained Genois. "but because of the Covid19 I came home to Quebec until the boarder reopens. Now I have changed my mind and intend to stay in Quebec for the summer." Genois will be competing in four of the eight races on opening day at H3R. And yes, race fans, it's Steeve, not Steve. He explained that his mom liked the name but wanted it different for her son. "It is nice to be back home," Genois said. "and to be with my friends. Actually, the two driving colonies, H3R and Saratoga are very similar. Excellent competition at both tracks. If I am asked, I will also go and drive at Rideau Carleton Raceway too. Once the H3R season is over I will most likely go back to Saratoga." Genois first started driving in Quebec back in 2007 and made the choice to drive at Saratoga in 2018. It took him a while to get into the swing of things at that track and by 2019 was a sought-after driver by trainers at the track. Ready to compete on opening day at H3R, Genois noted that it will be different without race fans in the stands. "I am just very happy that racing has returned in Quebec," Genois noted. "It will be different going on the track to drive without any race fans. At H3R the fans are usually right on the fence, watching and cheering, and they usually get a lot of fans to the races. Now it will be very quiet until race fans are allowed to attend again." Trainer Francis Richard, who will be trying for his fourth straight training title at H3R, has five starters going to post on opening day. "I think it will be strange," said Richard about having live racing without any fans watching. "Sort of like the qualifying races we have but for purse money. It will be a little weird I think." The leading driver at H3R, Stephane Gendron, who is also going for his fourth straight driving title, is not competing on opening day and is expected to start defending his driving title on Sunday's race program. There is a Preferred Pace headlining the Wednesday program in the seventh race. Featured is Sports Authority (post 2), who was second last week at Rideau Carleton in the Preferred Pace, missing by a half length for driver Tyler Jones, timed in 1:54. Also in the field are standouts G A Speed Sammy (post 6); Bali (post 3) and Outlaw Turn & Burn (post 7). Post time for the opening day program is 4:00 pm Wednesday. Then H3R races Fridays and Sundays for the rest of the season. For more information, including a free race program for Wednesday, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The Hippodrome 3R will conduct its first draw of the 2020 harness racing season on Monday, June 22 for the special opening day program on Wednesday, June 24, which is National Quebec Day. First race post time on opening day is 4:00 pm. The condition sheet can be accessed via www.standarbredcanada.ca. Entries must be made by 11:00 am Monday. With approvals set in place with the Quebec Racing Commission, the Quebec Jockey Club will run a 40-day race meet at H3R. After the special Wednesday program, live racing will take place Sunday's at 1:00 pm and Friday's at 4:00 pm. "It will be tight drawing Monday for Wednesday," said Director of Racing Murielle Thomassin. "But we should be fine as we have eight qualifying races Saturday and already had seven qualifying races this past Wednesday." As per the Quebec-Bred Series at H3R, Thomassin is awaiting final approval from the Quebec Racing Commission of the revised stakes schedule. H3R features stakes series for two, three-year-old and older horses, both on the trot and pace. "At the start of the race season we will limit ourselves to eight races per card," Thomassin explained. "and we will then see how the situation evolves. Housing 64 horses in the paddock with all the required mandatory distance respected, is a logistical problem. "It should also be noted," Thomassin added. "that the collaboration of all the horse people has been very much appreciated to date. Everyone seems to understand that we have to comply with exceptional measures and people willingly submit to them. So much the better. What we do not want is to have to stop the races, failing to comply with the directives of Public Health." Saturday's qualifying races will be featured on Facebook Live on the Hippodrome 3R page starting at 10:00 am. For more information, visit www.hippodrome3r.ca. From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The Quebec Jockey Club has received approval from the Quebec Racing Commission to begin spectator-less harness racing at the Hippodrome 3R on Wednesday, June 24, which is National Quebec Day in the province. The regular season will feature Sunday afternoon racing at 1:00 pm every Sunday through November 8. The special Wednesday opening day race program will have a 4:00 pm first race post time. Then the schedule will return to Friday afternoon racing through October 9, also with a 4:00 pm post time. "With qualifying races being held on Wednesday (tomorrow) and Saturday," explained Murielle Thomassin, Director of Racing at H3R, "we should have more than enough horses to fill our first race program. Plus, horse people competing at Rideau Carleton will want to come back to H3R. We want to showcase our races during the week at 4:00 pm so fans can see our product before the start of the Mohawk Park program." Both Stephane Gendron and Francis Richard, the leading driver and trainer respectively at H3R for the past three seasons, will both be in action at the qualifiers Wednesday. "We have all our Covid-19 protocol's in place for tomorrow morning," Thomassin added. "And all our horse people are prepared to handle the necessary procedures for safe distancing while in the race paddock." The Quebec-Bred race series for two, three-year-old and older horses will still take place and those revised dates will be released soon. For more information go to www.hippodrome3r.ca. From the Quebec Jockey Club    

Coral Springs, FL - The United States Harness Writers Association (USHWA) will host the next free harness racing handicapping contest on Scott Alberg's Facebook page on Tuesday, June 16 on opening night at Harrah's Hoosier Park. One special race will be selected from the Hoosier Park Tuesday program and contestants can enter free of charge. All you have to do is select the correct exacta (first two official finishers in the race, either by their starting post position number or by the name of the horse). The Harness Horse Youth Foundation (HHYF) and trainer Brandon Bates have arranged for the three Swag Bag prizes that will be given away in this week's contest. If more than three correct answers are submitted, then a drawing will take place with all the correct winners and the first three names drawn will win a prize. This week's prizes include two complete sets of HHYF Harness Hero Trading Cards (2018 and 2019), an HHYF cap and t-shirts and a stable cap and t-shirt from the Brandon Bates Stable. Scott Alberg, the 2006 National Harness Handicapping Champion, who also has numerous other handicapping titles, has been a Standardbred owner in the past, and has agreed to partner with USHWA as the contests new title sponsor. "Our first contest with USHWA as our title sponsor," said Alberg, "was the most contestants we ever had at 249 people. "This contest is all about having fun and we hope even more people will enter this week." To enter the contest, fans must go to Scott Alberg's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scott.alberg.3,, where the contest will be prominently displayed. Alberg, as he has done in the past, will run the contests. All contest winners will have their name posted after the event and the ranking they finished in from the prize drawings. As soon as the draw takes place at Hoosier Park this Thursday, the program proof page for the race selected will be posted for race fans to handicap from. For more information check out Scott Alberg's Facebook Page, USHWA's Facebook Page, Twitter and Instagram accounts or the new USHWA website at www.usharnesswriters.com. By Steve Wolf, for USHWA  

It has been discovered that Sunday’s €600,000 Elitloppet winner, Propulsion, may be disqualified from the victory because the horse was nerved in both front legs before coming to Europe. This has been reported by Truls Pederson on the harness racing website Trav og Galopp-Nytt in Norway. Nerving is in violation of Europe’s horse racing doping regulations. Propulsion’s earnings from winning the final of the Elitloppet was $321,261 US. Nerving is considered a “last resort” procedure performed on horses with caudal heel lameness syndrome or navicular syndrome that have not responded to therapeutic shoeing and medication. This is a temporary procedure that, in most cases, can relieve the horse of pain for two to seven years, and has helped thousands of horses to continue on in their careers, without the pain that had plagued them before. Nerving is allowed on racehorses in North American and once completed, a certificate is issued by the veterinarian to that breeds governing organization. Propulsion, who is sired by Muscle Hill from the Andover Hall mare, Danae, was bred by Fredericka Caldwell and Bluestone Farms in the USA. He is owned by the Brixton Medical Ab of New Jersey. Unraced at age two for former trainer Tony Alagna, Propulsion made a total of 21 starts in North America during his three and four-year-old career with eight wins and earnings of $86,178 before shipping to race in Europe. Propulsion is now age nine and while in Europe has made 79 starts with 39 wins and earnings of $3.677 million US. It has been listed on Propulsion's USTA information data also on Trackit the Standardbred Canada website that the horse was nerved. Copy of USTA data Copy of Trackit data Now in question will be if not only the purse money and the victory in the Elitloppet will be taken away from Propulsion, but whether all of his victories in Europe will be disqualified and all purse earning returned. This story will continue to be further updated. By Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink

Pompano Beach, FL --- Steven Wolf, president of the Florida Chapter of the United States Harness Racing Writers Association (USHWA), has announced that the chapter is now accepting applications for its 2020 Allen J. Finkelson Scholarship Awards. The scholarship fund was established in memory of Hall of Famer Allen J. Finkelson, the former Vice President of Public Relations at Pompano Park and longtime Chairman of the Board of the national USHWA organization. "While our Florida Chapter was hesitant at first due to the pandemic that canceled our annual fundraising Florida Harness Racing Hall of Fame banquet," said Steve Wolf, "we still felt we needed to continue our scholarship program, which is important for our young people to help them with the costs of tuition." Preference for these scholarship awards will be given to a student majoring in journalism, communications or veterinarian related studies. This year there are two sponsors of the scholarships. They are Maggie LaClair and Jay Farrar and Kathleen and Thomas H. Hicks. Applicants must be a resident of the state of Florida and currently accepted or enrolled in a fully accredited college or university in the United States. Criteria for selection include community service, academic achievement, and leadership. Applicants must have demonstrated scholastic ability with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 and show evidence of community service and leadership through certificates, awards and/or letters of commendation. Fully completed applications must be postmarked no later than July 1, 2020, for consideration of an August 2020 award. Recipients may reapply annually for a maximum of four years. Applications should be submitted/addressed to the Florida Chapter USHWA, Scholarship Committee, 3508 Sahara Springs Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33069. For more information or to receive an application on the internet, visit http://www.ushwa-florida.com/ or contact via e-mail to Thomas H. Hicks at renparlc@gate.net or Steven Wolf at stevenwolf1956@gmail.com. From the Florida Chapter of USHWA  

Lake Worth, FL - On the final day of the harness racing qualifying mini-season at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center, romps were the order of the day for most of the winners. It started in the very first race as trainer/driver Dan Daley won by 20 lengths with Lucky Sevens in 2:01.3. Lucky Sevens is a three-year-old gelding by Chapter Seven. Also winning in romps were Homecoming King (Dan Daley) in 2:01.2 by nine lengths. Then Baggage Claim (Fern Paquet, Jr.) wired the field, scoring by ten open lengths in 1:56.4. The fastest mile on the afternoon came in the fifth race pace where Sweet Deisel and trainer-driver Dan Daley wired the field in 1:55.4 by three and one-half lengths. That was the fastest mile of the six races and gave Daley a trainer/driver triple for the day. Management at Olympia of Palm Beach looks forward to having a bigger and better mini-season of racing events next Spring. For full chart results, click here.  By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach    

Lake Worth, FL - The final qualifying races of the season will take place at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center on Wednesday, May 13 at 11:00 am. "Our mini-season of qualifying races was great," said Sam Stathis, owner of Olympia of Palm Beach. "We appreciate everyone who participated in the races and are proud of "Team Olympia." I want to say a special thanks to our judges and race secretary for their excellent work under difficult conditions. We hope our efforts put a smile and new hope to those we touched. We extend our prayers and best wishes for good health and prosperity to all. I look forward to greater racing events at Olympia in the fall." Entries for the qualifying races must be called into race secretary Kathy Breedlove by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, May 12. The call-in phone number is 954-654-0129. The qualifying races will begin Wednesday, May 13 at 11:00 am. Anyone planning on shipping in with their horse(s) for the qualifiers must call Ann-Mari Daley at 315-225-4992 as special arrangements have been made. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach    

Lake Worth, FL - The pacing filly Princess Royal can now lay claim to being the first two-year-old harness racing qualifying winner of the 2020 season in North America. She won the first of nine qualifying races Wednesday at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center. The Florida-bred daughter of Royel Millennium from the Real Artist mare, Check This, was driven by Ken Holliday for trainer Sergio Corona. The first qualifier of the day started off with the two-year-old trotter, Ciao Bella (Odino Jet) shooting out to the early lead from the rail for driver/trainer Serigo Corona, but before the opening quarter mile, Ciao Bell went off-stride and eventually was pulled up and did not finish the race. That allowed Princess Royal and Holliday to have things their own way, cutting easy fractions of :33, 1:09.2, 1:43.3, winning in 2:19.2. Princess Royal is owned and was bred by Amante Standardbreds, Inc. of Delray Beach. Driver Ken Holliday scored the fastest qualifiers on the day, winning both the 7th and 8th race pacing events in 1:57. He won the 7th race with Roll With Angel, trained by John Mungillo and the 8th race with Lt Col Je Leonard, who is trained by Richie Silverman. A rare dead heat for win took place in the fifth race trot. Celebrity Bianca (Fern Paquet, Jr.) cut the mile with Lady Jeter (Dan Daley) sitting right on their back. Then in a great stretch drive, the two horses could not be separated at the wire. The time of the race was 2:00.3. Lady Jeter is trained by Dan Daley while Celebrity Bianca is conditioned by Sam Stathis. Tee Wine, age 24, made his driving debut in the third race trot with Puerto Rico and finished a game third place after a strong first-over move in the backstretch against race winner Guardino (Fern Paquet, Jr.) in 2:01. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach  

Lake Worth, FL - There may only be two starters in the race, one a trotter and one a pacer, but they are the first harness racing Standardbred qualifiers of the year for two-year-old's in North America. They will be competing in the first of nine qualifying races over the five-eighths mile oval at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center on Wednesday, May 6. The action gets underway starting at 11:00 am, but due to the Corvid-19 virus, no fans are allowed to attend the races. The two two-year-olds will compete in the very first race. Both are fillies, trained by Sergio Corona. Both fillies are homebreds, owned by Amante Standardbreds, Inc. of Delray Beach. Starting from post one is Ciao Bella, a daughter of Odino Jet from the Victory's Force mare, Reverie Devictoire. She was a $134,000 career winner and this is her first foal. Ciao Bella will be driven by Sergio Corona. In post two is Princess Royal, who is sired by Royel Millennium from the Real Artist mare, Check This. Princess Royal will be driven by Ken Holliday. There will be video with race calls of all nine races posted at www.olympiapalmbeach.com later in the day. by Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach  

Lake Worth, FL - Entries for the Wednesday qualifying races at Olympia of Palm Beach, needs to be called into the race secretary by 12:00 noon (not 1:00 pm as usual) on Tuesday, May 5. Entries for the qualifying races at Olympia of Palm Beach can be submitted to race secretary Kathy Breedlove by calling 954-654-0129. The qualifying races will begin Wednesday, May 6 at 11:00 am. Anyone planning on shipping in with their horse(s) for the qualifiers must call Ann-Mari Daley at 315-225-4992 as special arrangements have been made. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach    

Lake Worth, FL - Dan Daley's Purpose Blue Chip made his 2020 harness racing debut after a year's layoff and was super impressive at the qualifiers Wednesday morning at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center, stopping the teletimer in 1:55.3. The first race for trotters saw Celebrity Bianca and trainer/driver Sam Stathis go to the early lead with Purpose Blue Chip and trainer/driver Dan Daley also leaving, then taking back to the two-hole spot as they sped by the opening quarter mile in :29.1. Celebrity Bianca led the group to the half mile marker in :58.4 and soon after that, Daley came to the outside with Purpose Blue Chip and blew up Celebrity Bianca. They sped past the three-quarters in 1:27.3. Coming down the stretch, Purpose Blue Chip kicked in a :28.1 last quarter mile, beating Celebrity Serena (Fern Paquet, Jr.) by five and one-half lengths. Celebrity Bianca was third. Owned by Ann-Mari Daley with James Crawford and Donald Brenner, Purpose Blue Chip is a five-year-old stallion by Chapter Seven. At ages two and three he was a stakes competitor in the NY Sire Stakes, winning more than $192,000. He then missed all of his four-year-old season due to injury. He now seems to be in prime shape when racing resumes this year. His time of 1:55.3 is being checked as the possible fastest trotting mile ever at the track. The second race trot saw Celebrity Liberty and trainer/driver Sam Stathis go to the early lead with Celebrity Titan (Fern Paquet, Jr.) sitting second as Baby Maker Hanover (Ken Holliday) left a little and then went off-stride. By the opening quarter Celebrity Liberty held the lead with Celebrity Titan second. Baby Maker Hanover found his stride and started to make up ground by the half mile. Then in the backstretch, Holliday has Baby Maker Hanover swinging to the outside and was second by the three-quarters in 1:37. Baby Maker Hanover then collared Celebrity Liberty on the final turn and those two sped to the wire in tandem. Celebrity Liberty barely hung on to win by a nose in 2:06, last quarter mile in :29. Celebrity Titan finished third. Celebrity Farms of Goshen, NY, bred and owns Celebrity Liberty. The third and final qualifier was a trot/pace mix as Celebrity Miracle was to take on Sweet Deisel, both of whom had been impressive in qualifiers at Olympia of Palm Beach. It was the pacer, Sweet Deisel and trainer/driver Dan Daley taking early command over Celebrity Miracle and driver Fern Paquet, Jr. as they sped to the first quarter in :29.3. No positions changed in the two-horse race as Sweet Deisel led past the half mile in :59.4. Then after the half mile, Paquet came to the outside with his trotter, Celebrity Miracle, pushing Sweet Deisel to the three-quarters in 1:29.2. It was then that Daley asked for and got another gear from Sweet Deisel, who put away Celebrity Miracle in the stretch to win by two and one-half lengths in 1:56.1, the last quarter mile in :26.4. Sweet Deisel, a four-year-old gelded son of Sweet Lou, is co-owned by Ann-Mari Daley with Crawford Farms Racing. To watch the live video and race calls, go to www.olympiapalmbeach.com. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach  

Lake Worth, FL - Olympia of Palm Beach, formerly known as the South Florida Trotting Center, will hold both two-year-old and qualifying harness races on Wednesday, April 29. The two-year-old races will be restricted to a time of 2:25 for both trotters and pacers. Two-year-old's can also practice behind the starting gate. Entries for the 2YO and qualifying races at Olympia of Palm Beach must be called in to Kathy Breedlove by 1:00 pm on Tuesday, April 28 at 954-654-0129. The qualifying races will begin Wednesday, April 29 at 11:00 am. Anyone planning on shipping in with their horse(s) for the qualifiers must call Ann-Mari Daley at 315-225-4992 as special arrangements have been made. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach    

Lake Worth, FL - Harness racing driver Scott Zeron stole the show at the qualifying races Wednesday morning at Olympia of Palm Beach Training Center. Zeron won all four of the qualifying races on the five-eighths mile oval. The first race trot saw Zeron wire the field with Celebrity Liberty, winning by one length over Tribeca Blue (Dan Daley) in 2:02.3 with Celebrity Titan (Sam Stathis) third. Then in the second race trot, Zeron once again cut all the fractions with Celebrity Serena, :29, :58 and 1:27.4 to the three-quarters, then pulled away from Celebrity Bianca (Sam Stathis) to win by four and one-half lengths in 1:57.3. That was the fastest mile of the four races. The third race trot was a classic matchup between Celebrity Farms two top horses, Celebrity Miracle (Scott Zeron) and his sire (father) Celebrity Maserati. Both horses were on three-race winning streaks. Celebrity Maserati and Stathis were first on the lead to the opening quarter mile in :30.2, but by the half mile marker in 1:02, Zeron had Celebrity Miracle on the move and they blew by Celebrity Maserati, opened up at the three-quarters in 1:30.3, coming home a five-length winner in 1:59.2. Celebrity Maserati was second with Baby Maker Hanover (Ken Holliday) an early breaker at the start. All of the Celebrity horses are bred and owned by Sam Stathis's Celebrity Farms. The fourth race on the program was a pace and Zeron made it a driving quadruple, wiring the field with Roll With Angel, kicking in a :28.1 last quarter mile to beat Doyoukissfirstday (Dan Daley) by one and one-quarter lengths in 1:58.1. It was the fastest mile ever for Roll With Angel, a three-year-old filly by Roll With Joe, trained by John Mungillo, who won $43,730 last year on the New York Sire Stakes circuit. She is co-owned by Finish Line Investors and Thatsideofthefence Stables with J. Papiemik and L. Wiler. "The track was in great shape," Scott Zeron said. "and I was able to sit behind some nice horses. For me it's nice to qualify and get back in form. It gets me excited for competitive racing when we all start back up. Celebrity Serena was pretty impressive today. 1:57:3 is a quick mile on that track. With that said hopefully sooner than later we can all get back to racing." Qualifiers, two-year-old's behind the gate and 2:25 mile races for two-year-olds will continue at Olympia of Palm Beach next Wednesday, April 22 at 11:00 am. Horse people interested in entering the qualifiers, please contact Kathy Breedlove at 954-654-0129 by 1:00 pm on Tuesday, April 21. There will be only three horses per race and, if possible, horses will be split into divisions by gait. Anyone planning on shipping in with their horse(s) for the qualifiers must call Ann-Mari Daley at 315-225-4992 as special arrangements have been made for ship-ins. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach  

Lake Worth, FL - Olympia of Palm Beach, formerly known as the South Florida Trotting Center, will hold both two-year-old and qualifying harness races on Wednesday, April 15. The two-year-old races will be restricted to a time of 2:25 for both trotters and pacers. Two-year-old's can also practice behind the starting gate. "We will continue to use best practices during these events," Said Sam Stathis, owner of Olympia of Palm Beach training center. "The qualifiers the last two weeks have gone great and I hope this week we will have our first session for two-year-old's." Entries for the 2YO and qualifying races at Olympia of Palm Beach must be called in to Kathy Breedlove by 1:00 pm on Tuesday, April 14 at 954-654-0129. There will be only three horses per race and, if possible, horses will be split into divisions by gait. The 2YO races and qualifying races will begin Wednesday, April 8 at 11:00 am. Anyone planning on shipping in with their horse(s) for the qualifiers must call Ann-Mari Daley at 315-225-4992 as special arrangements have been made. By Steve Wolf, for Olympia of Palm Beach    

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