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Tara Hills Stud is pleased to announce that Jeremes Jet has completely recovered from a tooth infection earlier this year and is continuing to breed harness racing mares. "We are very happy to report that Jeremes Jet is completely recovered and is back to full active duty in the breeding shed," said Tara Hill's General Manager David Heffering.

Four million dollar harness racing earner Mister Big and Peter Heffering of Tara Hills Stud will be two of 10 new inductees that will be inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame tomorrow (Tuesday May 18).

Tara Hills Stud of Port Perry, Ontario announced today that the 2010 book for Mister Big is now full and closed. Mister Big, a son of Grinfromeartoear, has been one of the most consistent and successful performers in the sport. With career earnings of over $4 million, he is the second richest harness racing pacer of all time.

Rideau Carleton Raceway is proud to announce that one of its signature events, the Frank Ryan Memorial Trot, will have a major title sponsor this year-Tara Hills Stud Farms. Tara Hills, located in Port Perry Ontario is home to a number of champion harness racing stallions including Rideau Carleton Raceways track record holder for aged Trotters, Majestic Son.

Shuttle stallions doing the business 'Down under' are continuing to make a huge impact on the New Zealand and Australian harness racing industries. For example 10 American stallions served 1171 mares in NZ this past breeding season. There's only about 3700 mares served in NZ each season.

It's a problem as old as harness racing and breeding. Take a top 2-year-old colt-a winner of big races and beaucoup bucks - who gets defeated by career-ending injury before his sophomore season gets underway.

Two former brilliant pacers, Christian Cullen and Mach Three left New Zealand early this week to further endorse their reputations as world renowned stallions in the United States and Canada.

In Ontario the horse racing industry, be it Thoroughbred or Standardbred are fueled by an enormous amount of cash siphoned from the Slots Parlours at the racetracks. Approximately four hundred million dollars per year is stripped off the backs of the patrons, then redistributed back to the horse racing industry by means of purse structure. Nothing for the breeders!

Somebeachsomewhere shook off a sore foot to remain undefeated with a dominant 1:49 win in the C$1.5 million North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack on Saturday night. Driven by Paul MacDonell for trainer Brent MacGrath, Somebeachsomewhere got away fourth into the first turn, but used a slingshot move and assumed the lead just past the :26.4 first quarter.

Peruvian Hanover’s owner Ian Dobson must have that luck of the Irish, first there was Christian Cullen, and now it looks like his second stallion Peruvian Hanover is also on the way to becoming a proven sire on the track.

Trainer Duane Marfisi has declared 'all systems go' for his pacing colt Dali who trounced rivals with another sparkling qualifying win on Monday morning (May 19th) at Mohawk Racetrack. The three-year-old son of Real Artist scored by 15-1/4 lengths for Luc Ouellette in 1:54.2 on what was a cool, blustery morning at the Campbellville oval.

Tara Hills Stud today announced that the 2008 book for Jeremes Jet p,4,T1:47 ($1,659,413) is now full and closed.

Tara Hills Stud today confirmed with Trot Insider that Kadabra's book is now full and closed for the 2008 breeding season. "We're happy, we've got a great group of mares including Peaceful Way and Bella Dolce's mother, Pizza Dolce," said David Heffering.

Race Night On The Score is back on the airwaves tonight from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. with another action-packed lineup.

Tara Hills Stud has announced that Jeremes Jet, Canada's fastest pacer at stud will stand his first season in 2008 at the Port Perry, Ont. farm for the introductory stud fee of $6,000.

After his first crop have proved very successful on the track this year, Tara Hills Stud of Port Perry, Ont. has announced that syndicate-owned trotting sire Kadabra will be standing for a significantly increased price in 2008.

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