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See You At Peelers, the undefeated queen of harness racing and the sport's biggest star, will seek her 23rd consecutive victory Monday, Aug. 29 at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino in the Nadia Lobell, a $200,000 (est.) stake for 3-year-old filly pacers.

Harness racing's brightest star, unbeaten world record holder See You At Peelers, heads a big day of harness racing as Chester Racetrack presents its fourth annual Super Stakes Sunday on August 21.

After having two strikes against him heading into this Saturday's (August 6) $1.5 million Hambletonian at The Meadowlands, harness racing trainer Tom Durand is hoping the tables will turn as he sends out Whiskey Tax in the richest race of the conditioner's career.

Perhaps "Perfection Personified" only works for persons, but we're prepared to take some literary license in the case of See You at Peelers. Harness racing's Number One storyline makes another Yonkers Raceway visit Thursday night, flaunting her 20-for-20 career resume (4-for-4 here) in the $233,230 New York Sire Stakes Rye Pace.

Roll With Joe held off a late rally by Big Jim to win the 35th edition of the $1 million Meadowlands Pace on Saturday night (July 16). Driven by harness racing great - Ron Pierce, Roll With Joe grudgingly yielded to Custard The Dragon at the half, retook command on the final turn and held off 8-5 favorite Big Jim by a neck in 1:48.2. Wink N Atcha finished third. Roll With Joe, trained by Ed Hart, paid $12.60.

See You At Peelers will make her only stop at the Meadowlands this season on Saturday, July 16. The harness racing undefeated princess of pacing bids for her 20th straight win in the $127,000 Tarport Hap. She will start from post seven in the evening's fifth race with Brian Sears at the lines.

Rideau Carleton Raceway kicked off its 2011 Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing season with a pair of impressive Gold Elimination performances by the two-year-old pacing colts.

Hambletonian prospect Charlie De Vie delivered an impressive harness racing performance on a card that showcased young trotting and pacing talent Friday night at the Meadowlands Racetrack.

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.

Undefeated filly See You At Peelers will go against the colts (and one gelding) in Saturday's $307,734 Art Rooney Pace at Yonkers Raceway. Many Little Brown Jug fans will be watching this race closely since harness racing trainer Jimmy Takter has discussed racing her against the boys in the 66th Little Brown Jug.

Undefeated filly See You at Peelers drew post position No. 5 as she takes on the boys in the 21st edition of Yonkers Raceway's Art Rooney Pace. The $307.734 Rooney--one of Yonkers' premier events for 3-year-olds--goes as Saturday night's ninth race (approximate post time 10:10 PM). Post time for the dozen-race card is the usual 7:10 PM.

The undefeated New York-bred filly See You at Peelers shall face the boys for the first time in her brilliant harness racing career, having been one of a half-dozen 3-year-olds entered for Yonkers Raceway's Art Rooney Pace. The one-dash-for-the-cash ($307,734) event is scheduled for a week from Saturday night, June 4.

Line Officer, one of the octet eligible for the 2011 Art Rooney Pace, invaded Yonkers Raceway Tuesday night (May 17). He came away with some road work and a $6,000 harness racing payday. Line Officer ($4.40) won the $12,000, "non-winners of 2" fourth race, which usually doesn't attract those with more than $200,000 on account.

Pastor Stephen, last year's champion freshman colt trotter, kicked off his 3-year-old campaign in flawless fashion Tuesday (May 17) at The Meadows when he effortlessly captured a harness racing division of a $207,909 Pennsylvania Sires Stake. The event was conducted over three divisions, with Onirique and Washingtonian taking the other $69,303 splits.

As the 2010 champion freshman colt trotter, Pastor Stephen may be the winter-book favorite for this year's Hambletonian, but harness racing trainer Jimmy Takter knows the road to Hambletonian glory is taken once race at a time.

After a less than stellar harness racing freshman campaign, Fantaddy seems to be putting his best foot forward this season. The three-year-old son of Bettors Delight-Lifetime Member has posted a 2-1-0 record in three starts this season, including an elimination victory of The Diplomat Stakes this past Saturday at Woodbine.

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