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Belle Boyd remains undefeated this season as she extended her harness racing winning streak to seven straight as she swept the $55,600 Princess Series on Saturday evening at Woodbine.

The last time Jody Jamieson drove at the Meadowlands Racetrack he deftly stick-handled his way through stretch traffic with Put On A Show, who became the fastest harness racing female in the sport with a 1:47.3 upset in the Lady Liberty on Hambletonian Day 2012.

The Diplomat and Princess Series resumed Thursday evening at Woodbine featuring lone divisions for harness racing three-year-old colts and geldings and sophomore pacing fillies.

The Diplomat Series and Princess Series kicked off on Monday evening at Woodbine featuring lone divisions for three-year-old colts and geldings and sophomore pacing fillies.

Warrawee Needy won the $34,000 Preferred Pace for the second time to make it two in a row at Woodbine Raceway tonight Saturday the 20th of April. It was his first two starts back since racing at the Meadowlands in the Aquarius Series. Randy Waples did the driving this time for harness racing trainer Carl Jamieson. It was Warrawee Needy's 16th win from 33 starts lifetime and took his stakes past the $900,000 mark.

New Canadian Horse Racing Hall-of-Fame inductee, Carl Jamieson, was delighted with his induction on Tuesday (April 9), but was still livid at the sorry state of harness racing in Canada.

Art Major three-year-old filly Belle Boyd won for the harness racing Jamieson duo, Jody and Carl in the $35,600 Blossom Final at Woodbine Raceway tonight Thursday the 11th of April. Mach Three filly Marquise De Sarah was second and Royal Mattjesty lass Notalkingback was third.

After a mediocre campaign last season with Belle Boyd, harness racing trainer and co-owner Carl Jamieson remains optimistic about a successful 2013 season and so far the daughter of Art Major hasn't disappointed him.

The inaugural edition of the Blossom Series kicked off Friday evenings harness racing card at Woodbine with a pair of $18,000 divisions, in which Wldcat Hanna and Belle Boyd found the winner's circle first for their respective connections.

If Warrawee Needy is in need of anything as he prepares for his harness racing debut as a 4-year-old in Saturday's opening round of the Aquarius series at the Meadowlands, it's a change of luck. The highly-regarded pacer suffered from a run of bad luck last season, from battling illness and allergies to traffic woes on the racetrack.

Two O'Brien Award winners made their 2013 harness racing debuts this morning (February 21) during Meadowlands Racetrack's qualifying session.

The Carl Jamieson (Rockwood, Ontario) trained Warrawee Needy proved too smart for Major Hottie and Bigtime Ball in tonight's (Saturday November 3) feature pace at the Woodbine harness racing meeting.

Mohawk Racetrack harness racing fans roared as Warrawee Needy rocketed around the Campbellville oval to an Ontario Sires Stakes record on Saturday night, but the sound made by the three-year-old pacing colt's connections was more like a sigh of relief.

Warrawee Needy, driven by Jody Jamieson, became the fastest performer in the history of the Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing program with a 1:48.4 gate-to-wire score in the $130,000 Gold Final for sophomore pacing colts and geldings, at Mohawk on Saturday (September 22).

At odds of 23-1, Rocklamation lowered the stakes record to 1:49.4 in the $384,000 Milton harness racing final, for pacing fillies and mares, on Saturday night (September 22) at Mohawk.

Warrawee Needy captured nine of 12 starts as a freshman and capped off his harness racing season with Ontario Sires Stakes and Canadian honours, but the 2012 campaign has not been as smooth for the pacing colt.

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