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The second round of Grassroots Semifinals got off to a quick start at Grand River Raceway on Friday evening as two-year-old trotting filly Princess Lilly impressed fans with a track record effort in the first $30,000 contest.

Two local fillies found their way to the winner's circle in Grassroots harness racing action at Rideau Carleton Raceway on Friday evening.

For harness racing trainer Ben Baillargeon, who focuses on conditioning trotters, winning the $462,000 William Wellwood Memorial Trot or the $435,000 Peaceful Way final with a pair of rookies would be a truly meaningful accomplishment.

When Ben Baillargeon was plotting Cool Creek Breeze's sophomore season he did not expect the filly to be competing in Friday's (August 31) Grassroots harness racing event at Grand River Raceway, but he also did not expect her to land him in hospital in early May.

Murmur Hanover displayed the heart of a champion at Mohawk Racetrack on Thursday evening (August 23), battling back in the stretch to score a nose harness racing victory in an Ontario Sires Stakes record 1:55.2. Starting from Post 6, driver Mario Baillargeon sent Murmur Hanover after the early lead and the two-year-old trotting colt was comfortably in hand by the :13.3 opening eighth.

This year's crop of two-year-old trotting fillies has already impressed Ontario Sires Stakes fans in Peterborough and Dundas, and on Thursday, Aug. 2 Mohawk Racetrack harness racing fans will get their first look at the division's gifted young hopefuls.

Mohawk Racetrack harness racing fans may have given the edge to his fellow Gold Elimination winner Kinetic King, but Monday's (July 23) Gold Final story was written by MurmurHanover.

In the opening leg of the $25,000 Don Mills Trotting Series, Jessesjo extended his harness racing win streak to six after capturing his division Monday evening at Woodbine Racetrack.

Pretty Crafty, a three-year-old daughter of Here Comes Herbie, will look for her third straight harness racing victory Thursday evening at Woodbine when she takes to the track in Woodbine's $60,000 Autumn Stakes final.

The Prophet Mary, steered by top harness racing driver, Keith Oliver, captured the $50,000 Autumn Stakes final Thursday evening (December 10) at Woodbine Racetrack.

Harness racing driver Luc Ouellette made five trips to the winner's circle Saturday evening during the eleven race programme at Woodbine Racetrack.

"When you're in front at Western Fair that's the place to be," said harness racing driver Mario Baillargeon moments after he guided Voelz Hanover to a front end victory to post a mild upset in tonight's $195,000 Forest City Pace at The Raceway at Western Fair District.

Milton residents Ben Wallace and Mario Baillargeon will team up in Saturday's (November 12) two-year-old pacing filly Super Final, hoping to land Classy Lane Rose in the Woodbine Racetrack winner's circle for the second straight week.

Two brothers, separated by 363 days in age, have one goal in mind. For harness racing duo Mario and Ben Baillargeon, it's all relative, as they team up to take a shot at Breeders Crown glory.

Harness racing brothers Mario and Ben Baillargeon scored a double as driver and trainer tonight Friday the 214th of October at Woodbine Raceway with Voelz Hanover and Private Joke - the last two races on the evening's card.

Harness racing trainer Ben Baillargeon likes his chances when it comes to three-year-old trotting filly, Oh Sweet Baby, who goes to post for the lone SBOA elimination Friday evening at Mohawk Racetrack. Oh Sweet Baby, last year's $300,000 OSS Super Final winner, has eluded tough competition this evening as three fillies, Peach Martini, Lukes Sophie and Mystic Allure, have all accepted byes to the $148,654 final, based on highest money earned. Baillargeon feels with the absence of her adversary, his filly can find her way to the winner's circle.

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