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Just as he did on Day One former harness racing machine Somebeachsomewhere took out the major honors on Day Three of the five-day 2011 Lexington Yearling Sale being held at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion in Lexington, Kentucky from Monday October 3-7.

When prominent American harness racing owner, breeder, and yearling sales regular Gordon Banks tells you that Machapelo is the best colt he has raced then you can't help but think this young colt could develop into something special.

There were no exorbitant $450,000 prices - as was the case on opening day yesterday (Monday October 3) - but nine horses did fetch $100,000 or more on Day Two of the five-day 2011 Lexington Yearling Sale being held at harness racing's Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion in Lexington, Kentucky from Monday October 3-7.

Harness racing breeding enthusiasts can watch the five-day 2011 Lexington Yearling Sale being held at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion in Lexington, Kentucky right here at Harnesslink. Day five starts at 11.30am (US time) and 4.30am here in New Zealand (2.30am Australia)

"These prices are insane. This interview could be great timing by you Harnesslink. By the time you've finished with me you may have saved me a couple of hundred thousand dollars," joked prolific American harness racing owner and breeder, Gordon Banks.

For many fans of harness racing, the most wonderful time of the year begins on Thursday, September 29th with the start of Grand Circuit racing at the Historic Red Mile racetrack in Lexington, KY.

The annual Morrisville College Equine Institute harness racing sale will be held in Morrisville, N.Y. this weekend. Yearlings may be previewed on Saturday, Sept. 24, after 10:00 a.m., eastern.

FL-sired harness racing performers can win at any level, just look at Bling, Famous Mark and many others that have exceptional lifetime earnings and durability. Be here on November 6 for the FSBOA Yearling and Mixed Sale featuring 43 FL-sired yearlings, the day after FL Breeders Stake Super Night.

Entries for the November 6 harness racing FSBOA Yearling and Mixed Sale close October 3.

Lexington Selected Yearling Sales Company, LLC, in conjunction with The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc., introduces the release of the 2011 Lexington Selected Yearling Sale Catalog for the iPad.

For the seventh consecutive harness racing season, Winbak Farms will conduct its annual sale of Delaware-sired yearlings plus, this year seven Pennsylvania-sired colts and fillies at its flagship location, Winbak Farm, Chesapeake City, Md. on Friday, Sept. 16.

Videos of the 24 harness racing yearlings that Hanover Shoe Farms has consigned to the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale are now online. They may be accessed by going to the Hanover Shoe Farms website at hanoverpa.com. These yearlings will be sold in Lexington on the evenings of Monday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 4.

The 2011 edition of The Black Book Volume 1 is now available online at www.theblackbook.com. The website contains the complete pedigrees of the 1125 harness racing yearlings consigned to Harrisburg. The pedigrees of the yearlings on the site may be accessed by gait, sire, sex, and consignor.

For those who prefer not to wait for mail delivery, the entire catalogue for the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale is now available on the sales company's website, www.lexingtonselected.com. This year's sale is scheduled for October 3-7 at Lexington's Fasig-Tipton Pavilion, and as always, will be held in conjunction with the Grand Circuit meet at The Red Mile.

FSBOA is pleased to announce its annual harness racing Yearling and Mixed Sale is to be held at Pompano Park Sunday November 6 starting at noon. Entries shall be provided to FSBOA and entry forms are available at the FSBOA office and also on its website www.flstandardbreds.com.

The complete roster of the 1126 harness racing yearlings consigned to the 2011 Harrisburg select sale is now online. It may be found at www.theblackbook.com. The roster may be accessed by trotters and pacers, colts and fillies, as well as by consignors and sires.

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