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On a stakes filled Saturday night, harness racing drivers Tim Tetrick and Ron Pierce both won two stake races each at Mohawk Racetrack. Tim Tetrick won the $530,000 Elegantimage Stake for three-year-old trotting fillies with Check Me Out and the $642,000 Fan Hanover Stake for three-year-old pacing fillies with American Jewel.

Heading into this year, harness racing owner Richard Gutnick was uncertain whether Market Share was a Hambletonian-type colt. With each passing week, he is beginning to think the horse deserves a shot at trotting's grand prize.

Sweet Lou, last year's champion two-year-old colt pacer in the United States, heads a field of 10 of the continent's finest harness racing three-year-olds for Saturday's $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack.

Action-Broadway returned to the winner's circle in last weekend's eliminations for the $376,000 Armbro Flight Stakes for older female trotters at Mohawk Racetrack, and harness racing trainer Virgil Morgan Jr. is hopeful that's a good sign.

Market Share and Knows Nothing each won $30,000 Goodtimes Eliminations on Saturday night at Mohawk and will clash in next week's harness racing final for 3-year-old trotters.

All Ready Hanover has garnered attention since she stepped out onto the racetrack for her three-year-old harness racing campaign and she will look for more in her Elegantimage Stakes elimination this Friday at Mohawk.

See You At Peelers remained on top of the weekly harness racing 'Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 poll' while See You At Peelers remained on top of the weekly Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 poll while Up The Credit used his win in the North America Cup to move up the rankings.

The Blair Burgess-trained Blue Porsche extended his win streak to five by capturing the $347,000 Goodtimes Trot final Saturday evening at Mohawk. The Trevor Ritchie-driven harness racing sophomore stopped the teletimer in 1:54.2.

The finest three-year-old harness racing pacers on the continent will go postward Saturday evening in the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack. The richest pacing event in the world will be televised live on The Score, in a special one and one-half hour program from 8:30 - 10:00 pm ET, with post time for the Cup scheduled for 9:40 pm.

The Pepsi North America Cup is this season's first major test for harness racing three-year-old pacers. Yeah, some will mention the Somebeachsomewhere, the New Jersey Classic or the Rooney, but they are all merely appetizers. The meat and potatoes of the sophomore pacing stakes season begins Saturday and continues with the Meadowlands Pace, the Adios, The Jug, and more.

See You At Peelers extended her win streak to 17 with a 3 1/4-length win in the first elimination division of the Fan Hanover, Saturday night at Mohawk. Brian Sears drove the Bettors Delight filly to the 1:50.3 victory over Idyllic and Live Inspired for harness racing trainer Jim Takter and owners Chrsitina Takter of New Jersey, and John and Jim Fielding of Toronto.

The fields for the Elegantimage, Fan Hanover and Goodtimes Trot eliminations have been determined. The harness racing finals will be contested at Mohawk on the same night as the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup on June 18.

Sing Jesse Sing held off a host of late closers to take the $387,000 Goodtimes Trot final, one of the undercard harness racing features on Saturday's Pepsi North America Cup card.

James 'Friday' Dean trainees S N P Blue Chip and Classic Rock Nroll, both owned by Kathleen Grant of Milton, Ontario, took two of three divisions of the opening leg of the harness racing Summertime Pacing Series for three-year-old colt pacers on Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack.

Jetblue Volo, Text Me and Sing Jesse Sing earned upset harness racing victories in each of three $30,000 elimination divisions in the Goodtimes Trotting Series, Saturday night at Mohawk. As a result, the trio collected trips to the $387,000 final, set for the undercard on the Pepsi North America Cup program, next Saturday.

Trevor Ritchie and Clerk Magistrate held off a fierce challenge from B Strike Three to capture the $279,786 final of the Goodtimes Stakes for three-year-old trotting colts tonight at Mohawk.

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