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A pair of harness racing $141,510 divisions took place despite dirty weather conditions tonight at Mohawk Racetrack. Despite an uncharacteristic break in the $1 million Metro Pace one week ago, Big Jim redeemed himself tonight in a stakes record time.

A trio of $103,673 Champlain Stakes took place tonight at Mohawk Racetrack for two-year-old harness racing trotting colts. Many of the colts who participated in tonight's event will be back at Mohawk Racetrack next Saturday night in the William Wellwood Memorial Trot eliminations.

Crys Dream, Global Desire and Martiniontherocks were all victorious in their respective Champlain Stakes harness racing divisions for two-year-old filly trotters over a track rated as good on Thursday night (September 2) at Mohawk Racetrack.

In the second, $158,000 Champlain division this harness racing evening (12th September) at Mohawk Racetrack, Steve Condren hustled Rock Me Please's stablemate, Epanephrine, to the win in a lifetime best 1:53.1.

Saturday, September 12, 2009 -- Sportswriter once again proved himself much the best of this harness racing two-year-old crop as he cruised unchallenged to the wire in 1:51.2, in the first of two $160,000 divisions of the Champlain Stakes, for freshman pacing colts.

Tiz To Dream turned in a gritty performance to take the first of two $152,328 divisions of the Champlain Stakes for freshman pacing fillies tonight at Mohawk. Rookie harness racing drivers Doug McNair and Scott Zeron locked horns with Tiz To Dream and FBs Terror, off the gate, and the fillies burned through a :26.2 first quarter before FBs Terror capitulated and took up the pocket spot.

Poof Shes Gone ran her unbeaten streak to five while establishing a new stakes record of 1:55.2 in one of two divisions of the Champlain Stakes for two-year-old harness racing filly trotters on Monday night at Mohawk Racetrack.

Scottie C, enjoyed a textbook front-end trip to score in the second of two $160,454 divisions of the Champlain Stakes for two-year-old pacers tonight at Mohawk. When 4-5 favourite, Carnivore, rolled off-stride at the half-mile marker, no-one else came after Tim Tetrick and Scottie C, who had stepped smartly to the front off the gate with Allamerican Improv and John Campbell following.

A two-year-old pacer named A Spring Of Hope is one of 21 colts who will go postward in two flights of the $160,454 Champlain Stakes this evening at Mohawk. Leaving from post #8 in the second flight, he's listed at 15-1 and looking for his first victory. But the connections of this colt have more than just a winner's circle photo in mind.

The father-son duo of Carl and Jody Jamieson teamed up to sweep both Champlain Stakes divisions for two-year-old filly pacers on Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack as they won with Break The News and Shes A Fan.

Over $260,000 is up for grabs on Friday night at Mohawk, as 15 freshman pacing fillies line up for the Champlain Stakes. Carl Jamieson's Break The News is expected to shine in the first of the two Champlain divisions (race #2, post time 7:50 p.m.).

Raising Rachel improved her unbeaten streak to six with another flawless effort in one of three divisions of the Champlain Stakes for two-year-old filly trotters on Monday night at Mohawk Racetrack.

Federal Flex and Hibbler both kept undefeated streaks in tact while Manningly took the other split in Sunday's trio of Champlain Stakes divisions for two-year-old colt and gelding trotters at Mohawk Racetrack.

Carl Jamieson's highly regarded Federal Flex is set to impress again tonight in his $111,636 division of the Champlain stakes for two-year-old trotters.

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