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LONDON, ON -  The Raceway at Western Fair District will be announcing their 2020 Harness Racing Award Winners on a special Friday evening edition of a pregame show. Historically, The Raceway celebrates annual achievements by hosting an Awards Banquet, for family and friends, to enjoy a night of dancing and entertainment, however, that is not possible this year due to Covid-19 restrictions. Customers and horsepeople are encouraged to tune in to The Raceway's simulcast show beginning at 6:00. A free live stream is available at Racing @ 6:30 Friday, March 5 | The Raceway | Western Fair District. The 2020 Awards line-up is as follows: Ruth Herbert Horsewoman of the Year Award Racing Under Saddle Outstanding Achievement Award Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt Claiming Trotter Claiming Pacer Older Trotting Mare Older Trotting Horse Older Pacing Mare Older Pacing Horse Trainer of the Year Driver of the Year Owner of the Year Horse of the Year by Greg Gangle for The Raceway

Wynd Creek overcame the toughest trip of all in the Mar. 3 feature harness racing trot at The Raceway at Western Fair for an impressive victory.   Driver Colin Kelly dropped the four-year-old mare back to fifth as Ten Four We Gone (Marc St. Louis) hit the front going around the far turn. St. Louis set a 29.4 first quarter and a soft 1:02.2 half with no outside pressure throughout the first lap. Kelly pulled Wynd Creek first up and marched to third by the three-quarters in 1:32.3.   Despite the leader-favouring fractions, the daughter of Explosive Matter dug in down the stretch and reached up to win by a head in 2:02.2. Ten Four We Gone was narrowly defeated in second, and Rose Run Unclebuck (Travis Henry) finished third after a pocket trip.       Wynd Creek has now won seven races from 28 starts and earned more than $40,000 lifetime. Katelyn Graham of Guelph owns and trains the mare.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Harry G and harness racing driver Doug McNair took the tough route to victory in the Mar. 2 N/W$52,000 lifetime pace at The Raceway at Western Fair.   Harry G took back to fifth early, allowing Spectrum Seelster (Travis Cullen) to lead through an opening quarter in 29. McNair quickly pulled the trigger though, going first-up at three-eighths and reaching third by the half in 1:00.3. Harry G poked a nose in front of Spectrum Seelster on the backstretch, but the latter fought back and set the third quarter time of 1:29.1.   The two horses were dead even turning for home, but Harry G found enough for one more push down the lane and drew away to win by half a length in 1:58.3. Spectrum Seelster settled for second, and Sports Nation (Austin Sorrie) came from the pocket to take show.       The winner, a four-year-old gelding by Rollwithitharry took his first win for owner Christina Gillis of Campbellville and trainer Mike Saftic. The horse has now won 10 races from 29 starts and earned just shy of $50,000 lifetime.   Also on the card, Colin Kelly took a driving triple with wins aboard Doc Fanelli in the second, Blackcreek Rosebud in the third, and Together We Run in the ninth. He now has eight in the win column in 2021.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Veyron remained undefeated this season with a first-over harness racing win against Preferred 2 foes on Monday, Mar. 1 at The Raceway at Western Fair.   The eight-year-old gelding left from post five at the behest of driver Scott Coulter, but the outside position forced him to take back to third into the first turn. Zack To The Max led through the first quarter in 29 and half in 59.3. Veyron geared up coming into the stretch for the first time and engaged in a first-over battle with the leader throughout the second half. He put a full length in front of Zack To The Max, but the latter battled back on the inside and took the lead back as the field passed three-quarters in 1:28.3.   Veyron wouldn't be put away so easily, and he made a final panel reroll, coming level with Zack To The Max again as they turned for home. Power and Grace, the 1/2 favourite sprung off Veyron's cover in the stretch, but she would flatten out and finish third. Veyron finally put away Zack To The Max in the final eighth and won by a length.       Veyron's impressive win was his second victory in The Raceway's Preferred-2 class from two on the year for trainer Paul Cameron. Tjs Stable owns the son of Muscles Yankee that has now won 16 races from 95 lifetime starts and earned more than $190,000. He paid $5.40 to win.   Outlawgrabbingears scored the second co-feature in clinical fashion, with driver Paul Davies guiding him to a pocket trip victory on seasonal debut.   Davies sent his mount quickly off the car, but Racemup and Marc St. Louis drove on to put Outlawgrabbingears in the pocket. The order remained the same through 28.1 and 59 fractions, with Homey Joe and J J Powerball activating from the backfield at the halfway point.   Those two would have a minimal effect on the race as the leaders accelerated hitting three-quarters in 1:28.3 and dispatched the outside flow. Outlawgrabbingears swung out of the pocket in the stretch and passed Racemup under a strong drive from Davies to win by three quarters of a length. Racemup finished second and Easton Beach rode the three-hole to a show spot.       Davies co-owns and trains the five-year-old gelding by Smart Shark with Nicole Davies of Arthur and Deborah Pinel of Calgary. That win was Outlawgrabbingears' second straight win, but his first of 2021. He's won 23 races from 50 lifetime starts and earned more than $300,000 lifetime. He paid $3.90 on this occasion.   The Raceway's Mar. 1 card was its first since Wednesday, Feb. 24, after it had to cancel its Friday, Feb. 26 race date. The London, Ontario track is scheduled to be back in action on Tuesday, Mar. 2.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

LONDON, ON - Management at The Raceway at Western Fair District would like to notify horsepeople and harness racing customers of a post time change for all cards at the half-mile oval.   Effective Tuesday, March 2, the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday cards at The Raceway will begin at 6:30 p.m.   The change is due to unprecedented mild temperatures during this time of the year.   The post time will be in effect until March 29 when post times will revert to 5:50 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and 4:50 p.m. on Fridays.   Management would also like to express a sincere appreciation to all associations for the quick approval and turnaround time regarding this change.   by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

LONDON, ON - Friday's live harness racing program at The Raceway at Western Fair District has been cancelled. The cancellation has come due to continuing warm weather in the area which has adversely affected track condition. The next program of live program at The Raceway is slated for Monday night with a first post at 5:50 p.m. Management at The Raceway apologize for the inconvenience. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway  

The Raceway at Western Fair suspended harness racing action due to poor track conditions on Wednesday, Feb. 24.   The Raceway canceled after three races, all of which were abnormally slow. The circuit was very muddy, and announcer Sugar Doyle reported a strong headwind on the backstretch.   Every race was won in wire-to-wire fashion. D J Roy Hall won the first, a N/W $25,000 lifetime event after odds-on favourite Credits Celebrity broke stride going into the first turn. Driver Austin Sorrie piloted the son of Amigo Hall to fractional times of 31.1, 1:06, 1:37, and 2:09, winning by four lengths. Ann Jackson and Twin B Hugs made late moves to grab place and show, respectively.       D J Roy Hall has now won five races from 19 starts and earned $26,179 lifetime. The four-year-old gelding is owned by Simon Sardellis of Toronto and trained by Bernard Willis.   Petro Dealin upset in the second, leading from start to finish at 40-1. The three-year-old Wheeling N Dealin gelding left first from the rail as 1/9 shot Tanzanite Trixx, along with three others, broke just after the start. Petro Dealin went 33 to the first quarter, 1:06.3 to the half, and 1:37.4 to three-quarters. Tanzanite Trixx dropped to fifth after the early break but quickly caught the field and mounted a final-quarter charge, going three-wide.. She appeared to have a shot down the lane, but she drifted in as Chili N Toast, who was second, drifted out and the light contact stifled the heavy favourite's challenge. Petro Dealin won in 2:10.2 by a half-length, and Chili N Toast survived an inquiry to hold on to second. Tanzanite Trixx finished third.       The winner broke his maiden in his 10th start, and his earnings now total $9,831 for owner, trainer, driver, and breeder, Darryl Laver of Petrolia. He paid $82.40 to win.   The third race closed out the truncated card with a tight three-way photo, from which 4/5 favourite Dabunka emerged victorious. The ten-year-old gelding by Mattnamaras Band opened up a big lead turning for home after leading through fractions of 30.2, 1:02.4, 1:35.1 for driver James MacDonald, but Keaton and Einhorn made him sweat over it. They gained on the leader massively through the final eighth of a mile, culminating in a deep-stretch showdown. Keaton went to the outside and Einhorn ducked to the rail in the final 1/16th, leading to a photo for win.   "A three-across thriller," Doyle exclaimed as the trio hit the wire.   Dabunka came out best in the photo; he officially won by a nose in 2:09.1. Keaton finished second, and Einhorn finished third by another nose. Dabunka paid $3.80 to win.       The iron horse has visited the winner's circle 48 times in 237 starts and earned $237,733 lifetime. Cameron McQueen of London owns and trains.   The Raceway was forced to cancel on Tuesday, Feb. 23, also due to inclement conditions. The London, Ontario track also scrapped qualifiers on Thursday, Feb. 25. Racing is set to resume on Friday, Feb. 26.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink.

The Tuesday's (Feb. 23) races at The Raceway at the Western Fair District have been abandoned due to poor track conditions. Racing will resume at the London, Ont., facility on Wednesday evening (Feb. 24). Post time is 5:50 p.m. Eastern. From Standardbred Canada

Harness racing driver Tyler Borth concluded his three-win night with a second-over trip and three-wide move to win the Raceway at Western Fair Tuesday feature.   Borth and his drive Homey Joe started last, avoiding a battle royale for the early lead. They held second-over cover for half of the mile before they made a sweeping move on the turn and had sufficient pace down the lane to take the Preferred 3 dash.   The three inside starters, Maximus Power, Jake Loewen, and Adore Him all desperately wanted the early lead and fought for it side-by-side through the first turn. Jake Loewen won the battle, eventually clearing to the front in a quick 27.3 first quarter. Maximus Power accepted the pocket, and Adore Him backed off into the three-hole. Mr Mach Jimmy moved first-up immediately following the duel and Homey Joe followed him into the outside flow.   Jake Loewen continued leading to the half in 57.4, setting a more reasonable second quarter. He held Mr Mach Jimmy to a length behind through the third quarter in 1:27.2, but those two were met by a three-wide Homey Joe turning for home. Jake Loewen and Mr Mach Jimmy drew level in mid-stretch, but Homey Joe flew by on the outside with a 1/16th of a mile left, winning by a length and three quarters. Mr Mach Jimmy did get past to finish second and Jake Loewen was game in third.   Homey Joe took his 16th lifetime victory and added the winner's share of an $8,500 purse to his earnings of $152,838 for owners Mark Macquarrie and Angus Mac Quarrie. Macquarrie trains the seven-year-old pacing horse by Hes Gorgeous.   The Raceway will continue racing tomorrow (Tuesday, Feb. 23) with a 10-race card starting at 5:50 p.m.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

A well-balanced field of only four horses contested The Raceway at Western Fair's $10,500 Preferred 2 feature on Feb. 19, but the small group produced exciting harness racing action.   Casimir Swamp Girl won it at 3/5, but she paced very hard and came from last to do so.   The Girls of Image got away best, leading the field of mares single file into the first turn, and she continued at full throttle to the quarter in 27.3. Driver Marc St. Louis leveled her out through the second panel, but his defiant mount threw her head and drifted into the two-path as she hit the half in 57. Her early efforts proved too taxing as Firebby A popped the pocket moving toward three-quarters in 1:26.3 and stepped around the labouring leader.   Significance left the pylons shortly after and they dueled coming around the final turn. Colin Kelly swung Casimir Swamp Girl, who also passed the early leader, three-wide as they entered the stretch and the trio threw down. Significance blinked first, fading between horses to finish third. That left Casimir Swamp Girl and Firebby A to pace for victory, and the former got up in a tight photo.       The winner, a five-year-old Kyle Bossence-trainee by Up The Credit, improves to 19-for-34 lifetime and will add half of the $10,500 purse to her bankroll of $100,351. She picked up where she left off for owner William Pendleton, winning her return race after she beat Preferred 3 fillies and mares on Dec. 21, 2020. She paid $3.30 to win.   That was the ninth of 10 dashes at The Raceway on Feb. 19. The track will take the weekend off and resume racing on Feb. 22.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Three moves to win was likely not how Colin Kelly planned the trip for his mount Modern Writer in The Raceway at Western Fair District's third race on Feb. 17, but the pair got it done anyways.   Modern Writer gave everything in one of Ontario harness racing's bravest miles of the season so far. The four-year-old Sportswriter gelding left fourth from post seven, pulled first up at 3/8s, tucked back in approaching the three-quarters, and came back out on the last turn to get up in the final strides.   Shifting Views drove on from post three to take command going to the quarter in 29.0. Modern Writer left four-hole cover and came to the leader's bridlepath just past the half in 1:00, but Shifting Views and Austin Sorrie allowed no further headway and forced Modern Writer into the pocket heading to three quarters. The latter then moved to the outside for a dramatic late push after a third panel in 1:29.3, and he emerged just a head better than Shifting Views after a hard-fought stretch drive. Rock and Twist wasn't involved in the battle for win but took the show spot comfortably.   The gutsy Harold Wilson trainee stopped the clock in 1:59.3 to notch his fourth lifetime victory and the biggest share of a $4,700 purse for Wendy Marshall and Wilson, who co-owns. He paid $6.70 to win.   Ten Four We Gone dispatched of multiple challenges en route to a wire-to-wire score in the N/W $50,000 Lifetime feature in The Raceway's seventh contest. That victory also gave reinsman Marc St. Louis his first of three wins on the night.   St. Louis sent Ten Four We Gone to the front from post five and enjoyed three eighths of a mile unopposed, setting a 30.0 opening split and a soft 1:02.2 half. Paul McKenzie swung Hey Arch to the outside to challenge as the field trotted by the grandstand for the first time. That duo pressured the leader until three-quarters in 1:32. Ten Four We Gone turned away Hey Arch as they turned for home, allowing pocket-sitter Rose Run Unclebuck to take his shot at the win. Ten Four We Gone, however, was indeed gone, holding off Rose Run Unclebuck to win by a head. Mr Arch sat sixth through the opening stages and closed late for third.   The Kadabra-sired four-year-old horse now has seven lifetime victories on 22 starts and more than $40,000 in earnings. He is owned by Wayne Mac Rae, Howmac Farms Ltd., and Victor Puddy, who also trains. He paid $9.70 to win.   This was The Raceway's second card since resuming racing on Feb. 16. Harness action will continue at the London, Ontario oval on Feb. 19. Woodbine Mohawk Park will host its first races of the year on Feb. 18.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

LONDON, ON - The Raceway at Western Fair District has announced a change in post time for live harness racing beginning Monday, February 22 . The half mile oval's Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday cards will now begin at 5:50 p.m. instead of its traditional 6:15 p.m. start time. Fridays post time will remain at 4:50 p.m. The Raceway is also pleased to announce that Friday evening's multi-leg wagers have been increased to match the guaranteed pools offered on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays. Beginning this Friday (Feb. 17) both Pick 4's and Pick 5's will be guaranteed at $7,500. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway  

Harness racing returned to Ontario on Feb. 16 as horses and horsepeople braved snowstorms and freezing temperatures to contest the province's first races of 2021 at The Raceway at Western Fair District and Rideau Carleton Raceway. While racing itself was the unquestionable winner of the night, driver Guy Gagnon was a very close second as Rideau Carleton's leading driver of 2020 won six of the track's 13 races on the evening. Heza Handy Man became the first winning Standardbred of the 2021 Ontario season, taking The Raceway's opener with a brush-and-crush 2:00.4 effort. Driver Mike Horner popped the pocket just past the quarter in 28.2 and took a breather with a half in 1:00. He repelled pressure from Yannick Seelster as they hit three-quarters in 1:00.3 and pulled away to a length-and-a-half victory with a 30.1 final panel. The four-year-old horse by Big Jim notched his 10th lifetime win for owner and trainer Mark Horner. Yannick Seelster finished a game second and Atthebeach Hanover circled up late for third. Heza Handy Man paid $7.00 to win. Minutes later, Sos Justified became the second victor of the year as Pascal Berube and he swept by late to score in the first race at Rideau Carleton in 1:58.3. The nine-year-old, Anne Marie Turenne-trained gelding secured his 28th win lifetime, paying $13.60. Senior K posted a 28.4 first quarter, but Badstormanyport brushed by at 3/8s, hitting the half in :58.1 and third quarter in 1:28. Sos Justified went to the outside and grinded down Badstormanyport, who finished second, for a half-length win. Matts Tuition found late pace and finished third. Matthew Mcdonald and Makayla Romano own the son of Art Colony who has now earned more than $225,000. The N/W $50000 Lifetime feature race at Western fair saw a heated battle in the stretch between leader Spectrum Seelster and pocket-sitter Curious Cortez; the latter proved to be a head better, winning in 2:01. Spectrum Seelster took the early lead under orders from driver and co-owner Travis Cullen setting the first three panels in 29.0, 1:01.2, and 1:31.2 with little opposition. Curious Cortez sat second from the start, drifted off the rail at the head of the lane and emerged victorious with heavy urging by Colin Kelley. The five-year-old gelding by Big Jim and conditioned by Jared Bako makes it 10 wins and more than $50,000 in earnings for owners Christopher Jewitt and John Gray. Spectrum Seelster held on bravely to finish second and Harry G capitalized on a rail trip to finish third. Guy Gagnon won his second - and possibly easiest - of the night in Rideau Carleton's first of two Preferred races. He sent Seeyou Men to the engine from post six in a 28.1 first quarter, and then set well-rationed 1:00, 1:30, and 1:59.3 splits in a dominant performance. Trainer Catheline Pelletier trains and co-owns the nine-year-old Muscle Mass gelding with Chantal Gravel, who also bred him. He has now earned more than $325,000 and won 30 races lifetime for Pelletier and Gravel. He paid $14.80 in a two-and-a-quarter length win over Crossfit, who finished second, and Vero Amore Bi, who finished third. Gagnon completed a sweep of the Preferred events in race 10, setting Luke and Duke up nicely with a pocket trip and rallied in the final quarter to win comfortably by three lengths in 1:56.1. Racemup led for the first three panels, setting quarter times of 28.1, 57.3, and 1:27, but he was unable to stop Luke And Duke, who came off cover and soared by in mid-stretch. Racemup settled for place, and Avatar J faded to third after a first-up challenge. Gagnon also co-owns with Jean Laroche and trains the nine-year-old son of Mach Three, whose earnings now top $175,000 lifetime and whose wins total 28. He paid $6 to win. The night's combined 24 races were the first since Ontario entered a state of emergency on December 23. Western Fair handled $539,668 and Rideau Carleton saw $376,083 come through their virtual windows. Ontario's next track to reopen will be Woodbine Mohawk Park on Feb. 18. Regulars Louis-Philippe Roy and Doug McNair each scored twice at The Raceway. For full race results, click here.  by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

LONDON, ON - February 12, 2021 - Following today's designation of the London-Middlesex Region being placed in the 'Red-Control' zone by the Government of Ontario, The Raceway at Western Fair District has announced plans to resume live harness racing, without spectators, at the London oval on Tuesday, February 16. London-Middlesex will officially enter the 'Red-Control' zone as of 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 16. Live horse racing, without spectators, is permitted in all phases of the province's current COVID-19 Response Framework except for 'Grey-Lockdown'. With the resumption of racing on February 16, The Raceway will proceed with its regular schedule of live racing every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Post times for Tuesday, February 16 and Wednesday, February 17 will be 6:15 p.m with Friday's at 4:50 p.m. The Raceway will adjust its Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday post time to 5:50 p.m, beginning on Monday, February 22. Fridays post time will be 4:50 p.m. Training will be offered every Thursday from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. followed by qualifiers, beginning on February 18. As per the Government of Ontario's restrictions, spectators are not permitted at The Raceway at this time. Only those performing essential duties relating to the operating of live horse racing are currently permitted onsite. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway  

LONDON, ON - Following Monday's (Feb. 8) update from the Government of Ontario, The Raceway at Western Fair District has announced that it will reopen for training starting this Thursday and Friday (Feb. 11 & 12) with the anticipation of resuming live racing beginning on Tuesday, February 16. The Raceway will be open to horsepeople for training from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The paddock will be open at 8:30 a.m. COVID-19 screening protocols will be in effect at the Paddock entry gate. Condition sheets will be made available tomorrow morning and the draw will take place Thursday at 10 a.m. This Friday will also be the draw date for the Wednesday February 17 card. Training will then be offered every Thursday from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. followed by qualifiers, beginning on February 18. The Raceway's live racing schedule will occur every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. and Friday at 4:50 p.m. The Government of Ontario yesterday announced its plans for reopening the economy. The current "stay at home" order will be lifted for three Eastern Ontario regions this Thursday and for the remaining regions (excluding Toronto, Peel and York) next Tuesday (Feb. 16). Once the "stay at home" order is lifted, each region will be placed into the Government's five-tiered, colour-coded framework (Grey, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green). Each colour represents specific restrictions with Grey representing 'Lockdown.' The Raceway at Western Fair is in the London-Middlesex region. It is anticipated that the region will be placed into a restriction level that will allow for horse racing to resume operation. Further information will be released upon confirmation from the Province. by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway

With currently no horse racing permitted in Canada – some Ontario horse people have ventured south of the border and have had some luck in recent weeks. Driver Brett MacDonald, a Raceway regular, has been doing it and doing it well at Northfield Park – coming off a huge Mares Open Pace victory with Bettor Trix N for New Jersey’s Curtin Anz Stable and trainer Patrick Shepherd. She literally ran the competition off their feet, on Saturday night, as a pair of race favourites made breaks going to the quarter mile – just as she made front. After that it was fractions of 26.4, 56.1 and 1:24.3 – with a 29-flat final frame to win easily in 1:53.3… Bettor Trix N had been a regular upper class mare on the Ontario circuit, for trainer JR Plante, prior to shipping south in the new year.    We’ve seen familiar Raceway horses in Bettors Western, Whatarealbadgirl, Walter Mitty and Noahs Play all win in recent weeks at Northfield, as well, for MacDonald and Shepherd. Shepherd had recruited leading driver Aaron Merriman to pilot Sir Pugsley, Down On My Luck and Wild Country to victory lane throughout the month of January over the quick Cleveland, Ohio half-miler. We were chatting with Ontario trainer Taylor Fritz over the weekend and she has a few in to go tonight (Monday), at Northfield Park, with Brett MacDonald aboard. She’s been in the London winner’s circle plenty with fast-class pacer Brocks Fortune over the last few seasons – he’ll start from post 7 in the Race 15 finale. “He’s sharp, trained up and ready to go,” she says. “My new one, Machtu N, makes his first start for us in Race 4… I’ve made a few changes with him and hopefully they’ll help – we shall see!” Machtu N was a starter in the 2016 edition of the Molson Pace. It’d be just his fourth North American start, after showing well at Yonkers, but he’d have no luck and finish last in our signature event - where Evenin Of Pleasure would pace to a track record 1:50.3 upset win over Sunfire Blue Chip and Mcwicked. Other starters included All Bets Off, P H Supercam, State Treasurer and Bettor Rock On N. That was a great looking field of horses eh! 2016 Molson Pace Replay www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsRqbWO1uvc Other Ontario horses to watch for on this Monday evening program at Northfield Park include… - 2 Littlebitaswagger (Merriman-Shepherd) in Race 4 - 5 Power And Grace (MacDonald-Shepherd) in Race 7 - 8 Down On My Luck (Merriman-Shepherd) in Race 10 - 3 Franks Angel (Lems-Tierney) in Race 11 - 8 Prestige Seelster (MacDonald-Symes) in Race 12 We’ve got selections for Northfield Park featured at www.atbforum.com/northfield-park-picks-mon-feb-8th-w-shannon-sugar-doyle/ - best of luck if playing along! by Shannon ‘Sugar’ Doyle, for The Raceway  

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