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UF Dragon's Queen finally found her comfort zone on the lead, drawing off to score in 1:54.2 in the slop in the fastest harness racing division of Tuesday's (September 18) Keystone Classic at The Meadows. The $140,000 event for 2-year-old filly pacers was contested over four divisions, with Somwherovrarainbow, South Pacific and Want Answers also taking $35,000 splits.

One of the top rivalries in the sport will be on display on Saturday night at Balmoral Park as Breeders Crown winner and defending American National Aged Pace harness racing champion Bettor Sweet and Foiled Again, one of only 12 pacers in history to eclipse $3 million in career earnings and the oldest pacer to ever win $1 million in a season, square off with seven other high class pacers in the $175,000 American National Stake for Four-Year-Olds and Up.

Odds-on favorite Panagler (George Brennan) toughed it out on a soggy lead Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway harness racing co-featured $52,000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Assigned post position No. 4, Panagler stepped around longshot Feeling You (Jordan Stratton) before getting hounded by I'm Just Special (Dan Dube).

Bettor Sweet trailed early and once he led at the half proved too strong when winning today's (Saturday August 6) harness racing $174,250 United States Pacing Championship (second division) Free-For-All at the Meadowlands. It was his 21st win in 65 starts and seventh this season.

Ideal Matters and Bettor Sweet turned in incendiary, victorious performances to highlight an action-packed night of harness racing at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs tonight (Saturday July 16), providing the perfect exclamation point to Back To The Track weekend. Both horses were driven to victory by Dave Palone.

Bettor Sweet came into Sunday's (June 12) $208,000 Bettor's Delight already a World Champion, and when the dust settled he left with his second world record harnss racing performance. Leaving from the rail in a field of ten, Daniel Dube wasted no time hustling Bettor Sweet off the gate and putting him into contention early turning loose We Will See and Ron Pierce past the quarter in 26.1.

Summer arrived with authority last week in Northeastern Pennsylvania, bringing hot temperatures usually associated with the middle of July. That hot weather also meant some scorching harness racing action at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, including a Saturday night program that was one for the ages.

Macraider N and Bettor Sweet set a world record in Saturday night's harness racing featured Open pace at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs by posting the fastest time ever on a 5/8- mile oval in a race finishing in a dead heat for the win. The amazing time was 1:48:4.

Bettor Sweet went straight to the head of the class for the Graduate final with a gutsy elimination win Saturday night at Meadowlands Racetrack. Bettor Sweet attached first over, put away St Elmo Hero after a lengthy duel and gamely held on for a 1:50 victory in the $50,000 headliner on a 14-race harness racing card.

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