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John Barnard's late-blooming pacer, St Elmo Hero, has been a hero each and every time he has gone to the gate in his harness racing career, and in December his winning streak drew increased notice -- and saw him named the December Horse of the Month by the U.S. Trotting Association.

Rock N Roll Heaven, who set a harness racing stakes record and a two-heat world record in winning the $604,100 Little Brown Jug, has been named the September Horse of the Month by the United States Trotting Association.

Joseph Spezio, Patrick Daley, Robert Mills and Frank Catalfamo's Pilgrims Toner made the weekly $32,000 Invitational Pace at the Meadowlands his personal playground during April, and for his efforts has been named the April Horse of the Month by the U.S. Trotting Association.

Since 1981, the USTA has recognized excellence by presenting the Horse of the Month Award to the sport's top performers in North America. Now, harness racing fans of the sport will have a say in who should be considered for the honor.

Prevailing in a wild finish in the recent $130,000 Four Leaf Clover Series Final put Mystical Marker Farms and John Carver's Lisagain in the spotlight -- and as a bonus earned the 4-year-old harness racing son of Dragon Again honors as Horse of the Month for March, as selected by the U.S. Trotting Association.

In cooperation with the Upstate New York Harness Writers Association, which consists of Buffalo Raceway, Batavia Downs, Vernon Downs and Tioga Downs, Harness racing president Tim Bojarski and delegate Sam Pendolino, are proud to present the awards for the month of February 2010, here at Buffalo Raceway.

Eugene Afentoulis' Pacinello, who recently went from 'Hollywood to Broadway' and won the $88,000 Exit 16W Series Final at Meadowlands Racetrack, has been named the United States Trotting Association's Harness Horse of the Month for February.

When harness racing resumes on Wednesday night (Nov. 25) there will be only five live racing programs left in the 2009 season at Batavia Downs Casino. This will also be the final Wednesday of the meet. Post time is 7:05 p.m. The 63rd Summer-Fall meet concludes on December 5.

President Tim Bojarski of the Upstate New York Chapter of the United States Harness Writers Association made a special winner's circle presentation honoring the driver, trainer and horse of the month for September on Saturday night at Batavia Downs Casino.

In cooperation with the newly formed Upstate New York Harness Writers Association, which consists of Buffalo Raceway, Batavia Downs, Vernon Downs and Tioga Downs, president Tim Bojarski and delegate Sam Pendolino, are proud to present the awards for the month of April, here at Buffalo Raceway.

Batavia Downs Gaming and the Upstate New York Harness Writers Association would like to congratulate the recently named October, Driver, Trainer and Horse of the month. The driver of the month was actually a dead-heat between Jim Morrill Jr. and Jim McNeight.

He equaled the sport's record as the fastest racehorse of all time, and he wasn't even racing at peak fitness, according to his trainer. Schooner Stables' Somebeachsomewhere's 1:46.4 victory in the Bluegrass Stakes at Lexington, Ky.'s Red Mile on Sept. 27 again put his name in the record books, and as a bonus helped him win honors as the U.S. Trotting Association's Horse of the Month for September.

Herbert J. Burns III and Stephen W. Demeter's Bono Bests sandwiched a victory in the $100,000 Battle of Lake Erie between wins in legs of the George Morton Levy Series on the way to April Horse of the Month honours, as conferred by the U.S. Trotting Association.

Brittany Farms, Lindy Farms, and John Fodera's Mr Feelgood seems to be feeling about as good as he has since he won the 2006 Little Brown Jug -- good enough to sweep his March starts and be named Horse of the Month by the U.S. Trotting Association.

It made sense: Not having lost since having been named the U.S. Trotting Association’s Horse of the Month in January, Squawk Box Stable and Keep The Dream Going, Inc.’s Panaramic Art had a leg up on being considered for the same award in February.

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