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Sir Caviar ended an uncharacteristically long draught with a front-end victory in 1:53.2 - a tick off his own track record for older geldings - in Tuesday's (July 30) Preferred Trot at The Meadows.

Firstclassprincess out-dueled Trotslikethewind for the early lead, then held her off late to capture Friday's $22,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Trot at The Meadows in a tharness racing rack-record 1:53.2.

The Big Butler Fair in Butler, Pennsylvania hosted 13 PA Sire Stake harness racing events for freshmen on Thursday (June 28). Roger Hammer opened the card with a victory in a 2YO colt trot, guiding Albany House (Andover Hall) to a 2:09.2 win. It would prove to be the fastest trotting mile of the day.

The Meadville Sertoma Club hosted three year olds on Sunday (June 24) in Pennsylvania Sire Stake harness racing at the Crawford County Fairgrounds. Bob And Bobby, a gelded son of Andover Hall, opened the card with a victory in a $5,857 3YO colt trotting division.

The Meadville Sertoma hosted the first of two days of Pennsylvania Sire Stake harness racing at the Crawford County Fairgrounds.

Rebounding from an uncharacteristic break, Sir Caviar held off a fierce challenge by Sharp Edge and captured Monday's (June 18) $22,500 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows harness racing track in Pennsylvania.

The 2012 season on the Pennsylvania County Fair Harness Racing Circuit got underway on Saturday (June 16) in Wattsburg, the first time the Erie County oval hosted the season opener, featuring sophomores in Sire Stake action.

Frost Bites K, whose granddad, American Winner, captured the 1993 Currier & Ives, extended the family tradition on Tuesday (June 5) at The Meadows when he jogged to an easy harness racing victory in a Currier & Ives division.

Regrouping from a last-place effort marred by a break, Wing Tips soared to the front Tuesday (May 29) at The Meadows to capture a harness racing division of a $120,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series event and establish stake and national season's records in the process.

Tremor Hanover retook the lead past the quarter and never was threatened there after as she captured Friday's $22,500 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred/Preferred Handicap Pace - her second straight harness racing victory - at The Meadows.

Taylor Jean powered to the lead from post 8 and glided through the slop to capture a harness racing division of Monday's (May 14) $100,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series stake at The Meadows. The event for 3-year-old trotting fillies, which kicked off the 2012 stakes season at The Meadows, was contested over five divisions, with Mariko Hanover, Cannot Tell A Lie, Say What and Devilicious taking the other $20,000 splits.

Parked the opening quarter and pressured once he got the lead, Hawaiiancaviar still had little trouble fashioning a daylight lead and cruising home in Monday's opening leg of the harness racing Sir Caviar Trot at The Meadows.

The only mare in the harness racing field, Kandor Hanover made a decisive quarter-pole move and handily beat the boys in Wednesday's (January 11) $22,500 Preferred Trot at The Meadows.

On a night when the sloppy track was off a second or more, Sir Caviar demolished a distinguished harness racing field in the impressive time of 1:53.4, capturing his fifth straight in Wednesday's (December 7) $22,500 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows.

Rebounding from a last-place finish, Kandor Hanover followed cover beautifully, then charged through the harness racing lane to capture Monday's (December 5) $22,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Trot at The Meadows.

Sir Caviar, a winner of ten races in just 16 starts, has been named Horse of the Year at The Meadows by the members of the harness racing 'Meadows Standardbred Owners Association'.

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