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Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) is pleased to announce the launch of an online stakes nomination form for both harness racing standardbreds and thoroughbreds.

In the first $115,643 division of the Simcoe stakes at Mohawk Raceway tonight the 10th of September, harness racing trainer, Ben Baillargeon's Odysseus Bluechip equaled his lifetime best mark of 1:51.3.

This year's Pepsi North America Cup winner, Up The Credit, delivered in his division of the Simcoe Stakes for three-year-old colt and gelding harness racing pacers Saturday night September 10th at Mohawk Racetrack.

With just five entries competing in the lone $204,626 Simcoe Stakes division for sophomore trotting fillies at Mohawk, it was Southwind Amiga and driver Jody Jamieson scoring the upset harness racing victory over the 2-5 favourite Lady Rainbow today (Tuesday September 6).

Harness racing this Saturday night at Mohawk will feature two Simcoe Stakes divisions for three-year-old pacing colts, two Champlain Stakes divisions for rookie pacing colts and a single Champlain Stakes division for freshman pacing fillies.

Tea Party Princess got up in time to capture the lone $204,626 Simcoe Stakes harness racing division for sophomore pacing fillies Monday night at Mohawk Racetrack. Sent off at 9-2, the David Menary trainee notched her sixth victory in 13 starts this season while taking a new lifetime mark of 1:50.3.

Pastor Stephen, driven by Ron Pierce, inherited a mid-stretch lead after pacesetter Blue Porsche made a break, then held off a closing Luckycharm Hanover to win the $123,644 Simcoe Stakes for 3-year-old harness racing trotters on Saturday (September 3) at Mohawk Racetrack.

Harness racing drivers Tim Tetrick and Ron Pierce had a magical night at the office tonight Saturday September 3rd at Mohawk Raceway winning six of the richest races on the card between them. Tetrick started by winning the Preferred with Hypnotic Blue Chip 1:48.3, the $100,000 Spring Of Hope with Anndrovette in 1:50 and then the big one The $633,000 She's A Great Lady with American Jewel.

The Woodbine Entertainment Group would like to remind all horse owners and trainers that nominations for its major harness racing stakes events, including the $1,500,000 Pepsi North America Cup and the $1,000,000 Canadian Trotting Classic close Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2011.

Harness racing trainer Casie Coleman equaled the record for wins on a single program on the WEG/OJC Circuit for a trainer by sending out six winners tonight at Mohawk Racetrack. In the early years of the OJC, records were not kept; therefore, Coleman has equaled Kevin McMaster's modern day record which was set on January 8, 2001 at Woodbine Racetrack.

If they were handing out grades for effort in Saturday's single $247,894 Simcoe Stakes division for harness racing three-year-old pacing colts at Mohawk Racetrack, Kyle Major may very well have earned an A plus and then some.

Jay Wolf has kindly listed the top 10 harness racing contenders for the 65th edition of The Little Brown Jug which will be held from September 19th - 23rd. The Little Brown Jug is the most prestigious 3-year-old pacing race in North America. Each year more people journey to Delaware, Ohio to witness the "Jug" than to see any other harness race.

The Jim Takter trainee, Costa Rica survived a first-over harness racing trip for driver Ron Pierce to capture the single $239,786 division of the Simcoe Stakes for three-year-old trotting fillies at Woodbine Racetrack tonight (Monday September 6).

With the Fan Hanover Stakes winner Western Silk scratched from the event, it was the lone harness racing millionaire in the field Put On A Show taking home the lone $235,786 Simcoe Stakes division. Put On A Show (Tim Tetrick) settled away in fourth then cleared to the lead over Northwest Hanover (Scott Zeron) past the half in :55.2.

2009 North America Cup champion, Well Said, lived up to his 1-9 billing in the second harness racing Simcoe division tonight, but the margin of victory wasn't quite as generous as some had predicted. That was thanks to a sharp and determined Carnivore and Jody Jamieson, who led the field until the final inches of the race.

Barn Art, at 25-1 with Sylvain Filion, scooted through on the rail to edge even-money choice Vertical Horizon in the first division of the $134,153 Simcoe Stakes for three-year-old harness racing pacers, Saturday at Mohawk Racetrack.

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