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On Tuesday, June 3, New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Charles Kuperus spoke to 32 new or newly tenured Rutgers faculty, during the annual Rutgers University New Faculty Traveling Seminar's agriculture stop at Perretti Farms in Cream Ridge.

Blue York Yankee, who captured the Peter Haughton Memorial during his stellar two-year-old campaign, makes his 2008 debut in second of two divisions of the New Jersey Sire Stakes [NJSS] for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings on Thursday, June 6 at the Meadowlands.

Triple Crown winner Windsong’s Legacy, the Trotter of the Year in 2004, died from severe bleeding in his lungs, according to the report provided by Perretti Farms where the stallion was standing at the time of his death on March 1, 2008.

Three New Jersey-sired trotters -- two-year-olds Deweycheatumnhowe and Snow White, and older mare Mystical Sunshine -- were named 2007 divisional champions and will receive Dan Patch Awards next month.

Wind Surfer and Yankee Gospel, both elim winners, have been coupled in the wagering and are installed as the 5-2 morning line favorite in the $90,000 Harold Dancer Trot on Wednesday, September 19 at Freehold Raceway.

Yankee Gospel and Wind Surfer, both sons of Muscles Yankee, won their respective $7,500 elimination division on Wednesday and earned spots in the $90,000 Harold Dancer Trot for two-year-old colts and geldings on September 19 at Freehold Raceway.

Corleone Kosmos and Equinox Bi, tied in the World Cup Trot standings with 74 points each, will face off in the final leg of the series, the CAD $750,000 Maple Leaf Trot, to be raced Saturday Sept. 15 at Mohawk Racetrack, Campbellville, Ontario.

It was one of those quirky things triggered by the charts for the Yonkers Trot and the Hudson Filly Trot the other day – who was Barry Guariglia and how was it that he was the breeder of both stakes winners on August 25 at Yonkers Raceway? (September 2, 2007)

Two-year-old pacing colt MCA sharply won his third-straight Kentucky Sire Stakes (KYSS) leg Thursday night, Aug. 30. He looks to be the overwhelming favorite in the $200,000 KYSS final Sept. 9.

Muscovite, in her first start since her surprise win in the $458,550 Merrie Annabelle at the Meadowlands, trotted to a 2:01.4 win in a $6,000 Early-Closer event at The Red Mile Sunday, August 19, over a track rated 'good'.

Three New Jersey-sired pacers will be among the 10 finalists in the $1.4 million North America Cup on Saturday (June 16) at Ontario’s Mohawk Raceway.

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