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Alsace Hanover and Fashion Delight won Progress Pace elims, and Chapter Seven, Cedar Dove and Drop The Ball were Matron Stakes elimination harness racing winners on Sunday (Nov. 6) at Dover Downs.

The Matrons move to the three-year-old divisions where three lucrative sophomore elimination divisions and two $35,000 Progress Pace elims including Westwardho Hanover, a $30,000 supplimental entry, vie on a big stakes-laden Sunday (Nov. 6 ) harness racing program at Dover Downs. Post time is 5:30 p.m.

The $52,425 freshman pace is the top elimination harness racing purse among five Matron divisions on Saturday (Nov. 5) at Dover Downs. First post is 5:30 p.m. A top ensemble of nine-stakes seasoned starters including a George Teague Stable entry vie in the $52,425 Two-Year-Old Male pace.

Cedar Dove won the $500,000 Breeders Crown Three-Year-Old Filly Trot in 1:53.3, a stakes harness racing record, paying $3.30 to win. Crys Dream finished second, Oh Sweet Baby was third and Pantholops finished fourth.

Uncle Peter won the $600,000 Breeders Crown Two-Year-Old Colt Trot in 1:55, paying $11.40 to win. Possess The Will finished second, Delano was third, Presdigitator was fourth and Royal Shyster was fifth on harness racing's big day.

Tony O'Sullivan probably won't have time to catch his breath in this year's Breeders Crown until it's over. O'Sullivan will send out a whopping 11 starters on the 12-race, $6 million harness racing card Saturday night at Woodbine Racetrack, breaking the record of 10 set by fellow New Zealand native Brett Pelling in 2005.

Sixty-five of harness racing's top three-year-olds and 10 of the sport's classiest pacing mares put on a show Saturday night at Woodbine Racetrack while contesting nine Breeders Crown eliminations.

Hall of Fame harness racing trainer Jimmy Takter has entered five horses in this year's Breeders Crown elimination races, but none of the starters has garnered as much impact as his fabulous three-year-old pacing filly See You At Peelers.

Forty-five of harness racing's top two-year-olds converged onto Woodbine Racetrack Friday night to contest five $25,407 Breeders Crown eliminations.

Harness racing trainer/driver Jimmy Takter guided Uncle Peter to the lead after coming off the first turn and never looked back on his way to a 1:57 victory in the second of two eliminations for the Breeders Crown for 2-year-old male trotters on Friday night at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto.

John Fielding, a resident of Toronto, was on-hand in the winners circle as Cedar Dove captured the 46th edition of harness racing's $291,000 Kentucky Filly Futurity in straight-heats at The Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky.

A trio of $30,000 Peaceful Way eliminations took place Thursday evening at Mohawk Racetrack featuring the continent's top harness racing freshmen trotting fillies. Win Missy B and driver Trevor Ritchie gave the 1-9 favourite, Check Me Out, her first career defeat in nine tries to advance to next week's $447,000 final.

Twenty five harness racing rookie colt and gelding trotters rolled into Mohawk Racetrack Friday night to contest three Champlain Stakes divisions. Weingartner, Guccio and Money On My Mind took the top prize in each.

The track record for 3-year-old pacing geldings was equaled and, later, bettered during Saturday night's (August 27) $147,867 New York Sires Stake harness racing action at Vernon Downs. In race seven, Mojo Terror tied the 1:50.4 standard for sophomore altered side-wheelers that had been set by Getting Personal in 1993, before Fantaddy improved it with his 1:50.2 performance three races later.

If the undefeated See You At Peelers is to extend her career unbeaten streak to 23, she'll have to do it from harness racing post number 9, the extreme outside at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino. That's where she drew today for Monday's (August 29) $193,150 Nadia Lobell for 3-year-old pacing fillies.

New York Sire Stakes continued its Westchester meet-and-greet Monday night (August 22) , with Yonkers Raceway hosting the $243,176 Michael Sorentino Trot for 3-year-old colts and geldings. The evening's harness racing events honored a long-time friend of the Raceway--and successful harness horse owner--who passed away in June.

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