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Harness racing in the province of New Brunswick will be hosted by Fredericton Raceway on Saturday with a full slate of eleven races.

The story of 2012 is without a doubt the three-year-old filly sensation, the 16 for 16 Malabrigo. The Marc Campbell trainee was perfect every time she stepped onto the race track, giving harness racing fans a reason to come to the track.

Mr Thompson, with harness racing driver Mike Stevenson in the bike, captured the first of two Atlantic Sires Stakes 'A' division events at Fredericton Raceway on Monday afternoon (July 2). The three-year-old pacing colt crossed the finish line in 1:56.3 for owners Boyd MacDonald Produce of Crapaud, PEI, and Daniel Ross of Belfast, PEI.

Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old pacing colts will be showcased on the holiday card of harness racing at Fredericton Raceway on Monday afternoon.

The three-year-old Atlantic Sires Stakes pacing fillies were the highlight of the holiday harness racing card at Fredericton Raceway on Monday afternoon (May 21).

The eagerly anticipated 2012 Atlantic Sires Stakes harness racing season begins on Monday (May 21when three-year-old pacing fillies from across the Maritimes meet for competition at Fredericton Raceway.

New Brunswick's latest provincial budget calls for an end to "supplemental funding" for the province's harness racing industry. Finance Minister Blaine Higgs' budget, released Tuesday, says the funding will be "terminated" effective March 31 next year.

Canadian harness racing conditioner Bo Sowers is currently experiencing the best year of his training career but in order to keep racking up the winner's the 40-year-old has been forced to make a tough family decision.

The Atlantic Sires Stakes harness racing 3 year-old pacing fillies had the opportunity to shine during the Canada Day race card at Fredericton Raceway on Friday afternoon.

Todd Trites is no ordinary harness racing driver. In fact to put it bluntly the New Brunswick native is quite a rare breed of horseman. Not many reinsman can win the coveted Frank G. Daniels Memorial Award for the most driving wins in one year in Canada's Maritimes while undertaking a full-time job outside the industry - but that's exactly what Trites did in 2008.

The Atlantic Sires Stakes 3 year-old pacing fillies will be the feature harness racing event at Fredericton Raceway on Friday, July 1st. There will be three 'A' divisions each going for a purse pool of $7340 and one 'B' division going for $2000.

If ever a woman was tailor-made for a harness racing job then it's Lynne MacLennan. Not only is the 44-year-old Nova Scotian a qualified journalist but she has also loved and been immersed in the industry for as long as she can remember.

The Atlantic Standardbred Breeders Association (ASBA) and Horse Racing New Brunswick (HRNB) have announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old harness racing fillies event that was scheduled to take place on Monday, May 23rd, at Fredericton Raceway.

The Liberal Provincial government has reached an agreement with the province's horse community to inject the industry with up to $5 million. The partnership gives government the go-ahead to fulfill the financial pledge it made to the industry through legislation that was passed this spring.

After a huge four-win effort by Stephen Trites at Fredericton, N.B on Thursday night, the personable and talented teamster now sits seven-wins ahead of his closest rival, his brother Todd at the N.B track.

It was a great night on Thursday for Fredericton's Stephen Trites as he won half of the eight races on Thursday night at Fredericton Raceway including the top-class winner. All Star Dragon took the night's feature in 1:58.1 for owner Stacy Gay. The son of Dragon Again controlled his own destiny, carving out all the fractions.

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