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Trainer Tony Alagna picked up a pair of victories in Stallion Series action on Tuesday night at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. There were seven divisions held on the night for 2-year-old colts and geldings on the pace, each carrying a purse of $20,000. Alagna trains the night's first Stallion Series winner Maxi Bon (Somebeachsomewhere-Knock Three Times), who, with Simon Allard aboard, won in 1:52:1. Later on, Tim Tetrick drove Some Playa (Somebeachsomewhere-Venusinbluejeans), also trained by Alagna, to a Stallion Series victory in 1:53:4. Other Stallion Series winners on the night: Official Warning (Art Official-Bang The Door), driven by Howard Parker and trained by Charlie Norris, in 1:54:2; Gymokee Jerry (The Panderosa-Simply Liz), driven by David Miller and trained by Roland Mallar, in 1:54:1; Here Comes William (Dragon Again-Miracles Delight), driven by Jim Morrill Jr. and trained by Bob Barnard, in 1:53:1; Jack Attack (Allamerican Native-Pocket Queens), driven by Ron Pierce and trained by Joe Pavia Jr., in 1:52:1; and A OK Hanover (Yankee Cruiser-Aw Shucks Hanover), driven by Andy Miller and trained by Roger Hammer, in 1:52:3. Evan Pattak  

An effortless :25.4 third quarter propelled Francis Azur's Lonewolf Currier ($2.80) to a dominant victory in his $79,182 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes division at Harrah's Philadelphia on Friday (June 14) afternoon.

At odds of 96-1, last year's Matron victor Twilight Bonfire was guided up the rail by harness racing driver David Miller to finish second in the $980,000 North America Cup final on June 15 at Mohawk. With all eyes on the 2012 Pacer of the Year, Captaintreacherous, Danny Collins' charge seems to be a bit overlooked within his division, although the colt has been a model of consistency.

The first leg of the Beat The Heat Pacing Series was contested in three $18,000 divisions on Saturday evening at Mohawk Racetrack. In the final division, The Ladies Man, driven by Mike Saftic, scored an eye-catching 1:49.2 career best as he took the fastest division.

From the number of phone calls harness racing trainer Kevin McDermott received following the Art Rooney Pace, one might have thought his horse, Lonewolf Currier, won the race. The colt finished second, but the way he did it got the attention of plenty of people.

Tuesday (June 11) morning saw one hundred two-year-olds face starter Norton Shoemaker at Harrah's Philadelphia, contesting thirteen qualifying heats over a fast track.

Beach Memories likely stamped his ticket to next week's harness racing Pepsi North America Cup eliminations with a determined 1:49.4 victory in Friday's $238,220 Pennsylvania Sires Stake at The Meadows.

Pence Hanover relied on a pocket trip and powerful late kick to pick up a win in Saturday night's featured Preferred pace at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs.

With the top class for harness racing mares depleting over the last couple of weeks, Bombilla (Bom-bee-ya) Hanover was forced to race against the boys on Saturday night.

Scarlet Pandemic (George Dennis, $18.80) made good use of the rail Tuesday (Aprl 23) in her upset harness racing win in the featured $18,000 Mares Open at Harrington Raceway in 1:55. Trained by co-owner Frank Gannon III, the 5-year-old started from post one and received a two hole trip behind pacesetter Madges Lil Fortune

Northern Companion, making his final start of the Pompano harness racing meeting before heading northward, paced his final three-quarters in 1:22.2 and rolled by the entire field in the stretch to score a decisive win for driver Rob Hoffman in 1:51.1 in Pompano Park's top pace on Saturday night.

A competitive ten race program will herald the dawn of the 2013 harness racing meeting at Scarborough Downs on Saturday (March 30), featuring a balanced blend of tough as nails claimers, up-and-coming youngsters, classy conditioned foes and anchored by a stellar grouping of Free For All pacers.

Even before she captured her harness racing debut in a track record time and by an eye-popping 21 lengths, Dr. Andrew Roberts knew Doc's Hope was a filly with a little ability.

Harness racing driver Ross Wolfenden drove Cashendash Hanover and Village Blast, among three winners, while Tony Morgan reined his third or four wins behind Ashes N Dust in the Tuesday, March 19 feature races at Dover Downs.

The first Australian crop of the Little Brown Jug and Adios winner Million Dollar Cam 3, 1:50.4 ($969,792) seem certain to attract plenty of interest at next Sunday's Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale at the Bathurst Showground.

Bombilla Hanover continued her dominance in the Mares Open at Pompano Park on Sunday night, winning for the fifth straight week—this time in 1:52.3 for harness racing reinsman Bruce Ranger.

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