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  • Hoof Beats Bio
    by Kate Jones on July 1, 2019 at 7:22 pm

    Attraction of Opposites Differences, similarities between Geoff Stein and David Reid make for one of racing’s leading partnerships THE GREEK MYTH IS WELL KNOWN, OF THE KING NAMED MIDAS. For Midas’ hospitality, Dionysus, god of wine, offered to grant the king anything he wished. The king’s request was simple: that everything he touch turn to

  • Canadian Sportsman Bio
    by Kate Jones on July 1, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    The Perfect Mix by Dave Briggs Take one part low-key, charismatic deal-maker, add a workhorse and detail-fanatic and the result is the profoundly-successful Preferred Equine Marketing partnership of Geoff Stein and David Reid. he burning question is this – how did two guys as different as January and July create the most successful horse agenting

  • It’s Time To Plan!
    on January 26, 2023 at 1:43 pm
  • Ownership Change for Volume Eight
    on January 21, 2023 at 4:48 pm

    Winning Key Farm acquires ownership interest in Volume Eight Worthington, PA – Jan. 21 2023  Winning Key Farm is excited to announce a partnership with the current ownership group of 2-year-old 2022 Trotting Colt of the Year Volume Eight that gives them an interest in the champion trotter beginning in 2023. The transaction was put together by Bob Boni of Northwood Bloodstock Agency , bringing the idea to his trainer Noel Daley, and then to Patty Key. “With Patty Key and Winning Key, his breeder, in mind, I reached out to Noel about the possibility of an interest in Volume Eight being available,” said Boni. “Noel said yes and Patty was immediately enthused about the possibilities. It did not take much more than that to put the parties together. I asked Patty’s farm manager Eric Crocker about the colt as well as they raised him, and being a son of the great Chapter Seven, it seemed like a perfect fit. He has shown extraordinary ability and hopefully it will be a fun year for everyone involved.” Noel Daley added that “It is a terrific opportunity at this time to have the breeder come back in with an ownership interest. He is clearly a very talented trotting colt that will be pointed for the major events in ’23 and in addition to the excitement of his racing career, as breeders he could very well prove to be an important part of their breeding program in the future.” “When Bob Boni brought this to us, I was immediately excited with the prospect of participating in his ownership as it is very much a chance to continue the legacy of my late husband Bob,” commented Patty Key. “While we have been mostly focused on our breeding program and not given much thought to racing, this is a very special situation. We followed all of his races as if we still owned him and I am thrilled that Noel and the other owners have given us this opportunity. Now we can look forward to his races with even more anticipation and I believe it is something Bob would have wanted us to do.” The Dan Patch Award winner was the fastest 2-year-old colt trotter of 2022, taking his mark of 1:52 with a last quarter of :27 flat and a dominant victory in the Kindergarten Classic Final for earnings of $432,232. He finished his campaign winning five in a row, adding the Valley Victory Final for trainer Noel Daley and driver Andy McCarthy, and he is listed as the Meadowlands Winter Book favorite for the 2023 Hambletonian.

  • Fate and Keen Vision Draws Boni to Indiana
    on January 5, 2023 at 7:41 pm

    Fate and Keen Vision Draws Boni to Indiana It is impossible to tell the story of harness racing without Robert “Bob” Boni and for over a decade it has been impossible to tell the story of Indiana harness racing without his name as well. Since 1969, Boni has been full time in some capacity in harness racing and the results have been nothing short of remarkable on the East Coast as well as the Hoosier state.  Boni’s full time involvement in harness began at Pine Hollow Stud but not exactly by design. “I finished school, got in my car, and made my way to Goshen, New York in hopes of securing a job with Arden Homestead’s main trainer Harry Pownall,” said Boni. His plan did not come to fruition as he had planned which in hindsight may have been for the best. “Mr. Pownall said he would have loved to hire me, but he simply did not have any openings or much turnover in his grooms for a spot to be available for me,” Boni remembered.  Boni’s harness racing aspirations were not squashed by the fruitless venture to Goshen as he took the short drive over to Pine Bush where Pine Hollow Stud was located. “Pine Hollow looked to be the premier farm in New York at the time and I was lucky that they had an opening when I showed up and asked for a job. It was only about an hour and a half from my boyhood home in Queens so it made a lot of sense to start there,” Boni noted. “I spent 11 years there and I do not regret it one bit.”  After his tenure at Pine Hollow, Boni ventured out on his own with almost immediate success. He managed the Wall Street Stable that went “all-in” on the first crop of Niatross which led Boni to travel all the way to Indiana one winter day where he inspected and purchased the former fastest horse of all time, Nihilator. “I’ve always said Indiana is my second favorite state and that is a big reason why,” Boni said with a laugh.  Boni has certainly been no one hit wonder with his connected standardbreds. His other standouts include $800,000 winner Pershing Square, 1987 Pacer of the Year Camtastic, Indiana standout stallion Always A Virgin, and the 2nd fastest horse of all time Always B Miki. The latter two certainly have strong connections to the Midwest and Boni was instrumental in both of their paths.  Always A Virgin was partially purchased by Boni with multiple other partners prior to his three year old season where he earned over $1 million in purses. After his 4-year-old season, the decision came on where he should stand, at which point Boni made the case for Indiana. “It definitely took some convincing of our fellow partners, but my partner Mitchell Skolnick and I had studied and admired the Indiana program and thought it was the best spot for him. We knew he would have several years of support where in some states that is not always the case because you never know which new hot sire might come in after you,” Boni stated.  The success of Always A Virgin as a sire has been immense and his impact on the growth of Indiana Standardbreds cannot be overstated. His first two two crops produced 3 millionaires, 3 Breeders Crown winners, and the at one time fastest horse of all time. In total, Always A Virgin’s offspring have earned over $60 million and still counting. “Always A Virgin is what you hope for from a regional sire. He immediately produced horses that could leave the state program and win. Once you do that, you are made as a stallion, and Indiana certainly gave him the support,” said Boni.  Boni’s connection to Always A Virgin played a role in leading him to one of Indiana sired sons, Always B Miki. After watching Always B Miki’s early baby races, Boni was enamored by the colt. “He showed incredible speed as a young horse, and my connection to Always A Virgin definitely made me take a closer look at him. Luckily, he was owned by Joe Hurley’s Roll The Dice stable who owned Always A Virgin so we already had a strong relationship there,” Boni noted.  Always B Miki took Boni and the other connections on an incredible ride, but he was not the last tie to Indiana for Boni. He has continued to play a role in sending multiple stallions to Indiana including the likes of Class Included, JK Endofanera, and newcomer in 2023 Rebuff. The latter stallion is an extremely exciting prospect in the eyes of Boni. “He is a horse that could have stood anywhere. He is a Breeders Crown winner and the fastest son of Muscle Hill, which is a remarkable accomplishment,” said Boni.  In Boni’s eyes, Rebuff is a further affirmation of the rise of the Midwest in harness racing. The massive growth of Kentucky combined with the addition of the Peter Haughton and Jim Doherty trots now at Hoosier has created a shift in the business in Boni’s opinion. “It is a validation of the midwest. Some people did not pay attention to this program due to the distance from the east coast, but with so many stables established in Kentucky, that is now changed. It really is a cataclysmic shift in the way we race horses. It is going to open up the thought process and Indiana will be looked at much differently,” Boni explained.  Besides the rise of the midwest coming in the future, Boni has glowing remarks for the current program. “People really do not realize the amount of open stakes offered by Hoosier Park. Indiana and Hoosier Park put on an excellent presentation. I think with the growth of dual eligibility in Kentucky, you are going to see nominations to the big races in Indiana rise dramatically.”

  • New formula used for Meadowlands Pace final post position draw
    on July 12, 2022 at 7:49 pm

    The brainchild of SBOANJ first vice-president Bob Boni — 15 years in the making Lexington, KY — Moments after his trainee Night Hawk finished second in the second of two Meadowlands Pace eliminations last Saturday night (July 9) at The Meadowlands, trainer Brian Brown thought to himself that now he will need to hold his breath awaiting the post position draw for the $600,000 final this Saturday (July 16), hoping his colt didn’t draw post 10 in the open draw among the non-winners. At the time Brown wasn’t aware that a format change had been made for this year’s Pace final draw and that Night Hawk was guaranteed a spot on the starting gate no farther out than post seven. …. read the complete story

  • Bob Boni Talks with Dave Brower
    on January 20, 2022 at 9:41 pm

    Bob Boni Talks with Dave Brower abou t the Winter Mixed Sale at the Meadowlands On Jan. 17 2022

  • Whichwaytothebeach topped the Tattersalls Winter Mixed Sale with a bid of $390,000
    on January 18, 2022 at 2:25 pm

    Toscani nabs Whichwaytothebeach for $390,000  It was the second highest-priced hors e sold in sale history and it came during an auction that set new records for average ($47,259) and median ($29,500). With one significant purchase, Gino Toscani of Mount Hope, ON led the buyers at the Tattersalls Winter Mixed Sale held Monday (Jan. 17) in the paddock at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey. Bidding online via ProxiBid, Toscani spent $390,000 to collar the sale topper,  Hip 77 Whichwaytothebeach , a 4-year-old gelded son of Somebeachsomewhere out of Swinging Beauty consigned by Bob Boni’s Northwood Bloodstock. “He seems like a nice horse,” Toscani told the USTA’s Ken Weingartner. “I hope he can come through. He’s just going to be 4. His brother, Captain Barbossa, was good as a 4-year-old and hopefully he’s going to be the same for us and we can get our money back.” Whichwaytothebeach will be trained by Desiree Jones. It was the second highest sale-topper since at least 2014. The record was set in 2020 when Lindy The Great sold for $450,000. Previously trained by Brett Pelling, Whichwaytothebeach earned $546,425 with a record of 12-6-6 in 27 starts and a mark of 1:49.2. “He’s a legit horse and he was younger than the others. I think that was a big edge,” Boni said. In all, 90 racehorses, stallion shares and breedings collectively sold for $4,253,300 to produce an average of $47,259 and a median of $29,500. The sale set new records for average and median. This year’s auction also set a record for the fewest offerings sold. “(The record average is) partly a reflection of the number of horses sold, but, on the other hand, it is a fair representation of what we did offer. I was very happy with that,” said sale manager David Reid. “It’s always exciting to have a live sale, for sure.” This year’s gross was up 14 per cent from last year’s total of $3,741,400. The average was up 50 per cent from $41,244 in 2021 and the median was up 55 per cent from $19,000 last year. The record for gross was set in 2018 when 221 horses/stal- lion shares — 131 more offerings than this year — grossed $6,694,000. Northwood also sold  Hip 83 Belmont Major N  to Amanda Kelly of Greenfield Center, NY for $200,000 — “A very strong price. The half-mile track miles he showed earlier really helped him a lot,” Boni said — and  Hip 67 Ethan T Hanover  for $115,000 to Matthew Medeirra of Big Z Farm. Reid’s Preferred Equine consigned both the second- and third- highest-priced horses sold —  Hip 56  mare  Swift Swanda  for $240,000 to Josh Green, agent, of Milford, DE and  Hip 85  2020 Little Brown Jug winner  Captain Barbossa  for $210,000 to Robert DiNozzi of Ossining, NY. “If he’s anything like he’s been all his career, he’ll make money,” DiNozzi told Weingartner. “We’ll race him at Yonkers a little bit, put him in the Borgata Series, but he’s also good on a mile (track) so if he’s racing well, we will put him in everything. He’s raced with the best and either been competitive or beaten them. There is nothing not to like about the horse.” Preferred Equine sold 51 offerings, grossing $2,479,200 for an average of $48,612. Northwood Bloodstock had 28 sales, grossing $1,284,600 for an average of $45,879. Diamond Creek sold eight for a total of $428,000, an average of $53,500. Reid said he was “very happy with the pre-sale traffic and the at-sale traffic. I was very happy with the attendance. I thought the auctioneers, once again, they are a very talented crew that kept a very good pace to the sale and we continued to offer the online bidding as a convenience to owners that can’t make it and it’s working out very well. “I think there were 10 horses sold online today with another 14 (online bidders) ending up the underbidder. Obviously, as a result of the pandemic, we’ve offered other services and tools. I think the results played in today. “The other thing I thought was interesting is that on the stream- ing through  www.tattersallsredmile.com  there was a point in time today where we had more than 1,000 viewers watching the live stream. For the industry, I think it’s great to see the energy and the participation level and it kind of goes off 2021’s sale season, which was favorable.” For historical reference, in 2020, the Winter Mixed Sale sold 128 horses/stallion shares for $5,279,200 to produce an average of $41,244 and a median of $26,500.  In 2019, 150 horses/stallion shares grossed $4,395,300 for an average of $29,302 and a median of $20,000. In 2018, 221 horses/stallion shares grossed $6,694,000 for an average of $30,290 and a median of $20,000. In 2017, 233 horses/stallion shares grossed $6,288,400 for an average of $26,989 and a median of $15,000. In 2016, 258 horses/stallion shares grossed $5,849,400 for an average of $22,672 and a median of $16,500. In 2015, 269 horses/stallion shares and breedings grossed $5,971,500, for an average of $23,291 and a median of $14,000. In 2014, the gross of $5,971,500 for 234 horses/stallion shares produced an average of $25,519 and median of $14,000. In 2013, 206 horses and stallion shares grossed $4,549,600, an average of $22,085.

  • Northwood Bloodstock sells Empressive Hill for $410,000
    on November 11, 2021 at 1:24 pm

    Kentucky Championship winner  Empressive Hill  brought the second-richest tag of the Harrisburg Mixed session Selling as Hip 1391, KYSS champ  Empressive Hill  was purchased by Jean-Pierre Barjon of Paris, France for $410,000. Consigned to the sale by Northwood Bloodstock, Empressive Hill (Muscle Hill – Slice Slice Baby) sports a record of 1:51.2 taken at The Red Mile as a sophomore, with a 10-2-1 from 19 career starts and $273,775 in earnings.

  • Adios winner HELLABALOU sold by Northwood Bloodstock Agency!
    on August 2, 2021 at 7:16 pm

    Adios winner HELLABALOU sold by Northwood Bloodstock Agency! Congratulations to owner Eric Good and trainer Eddie Dennis and driver Tim Tetrick on their exciting new record 1:58.4f winning the $375,000 “Adios” at the Meadows on July 31.. Congratulations as well to breeders Andray Farm and Sergent Stables . HELLABALOU was sold for $42,000 by Northwood Bloodstock Agency at the 2019 Harrisburg Sale. Please visit our Harrisburg and Lexington yearling consignments this fall and look for your next stakes winner. We are now accepting entries for the November 11 & 12 Harrisburg Mixed Sale…the premier mixed sale for racing and breeding stock. If you have any entries or any questions or for further information please contact us via Facebook or email   or call 201 863-2082.

  • Standardbred Horse Sale Mixed Entries
    on May 10, 2021 at 2:47 pm

    Now Accepting  Entries for the Black Book Mixed Sale NORTHWOOD BLOODSTOCK AGENCY is accepting entries for the Standardbred Horse Sale on November 11-12 . The entry deadline for the SUPPLEMENT is scheduled for Sept. 1 . If you have any entries or any questions or for further information please contact us via Facebook or email [email protected] or call 201 863-2082. Click here to enter online.

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  • Noel’s Weekend Winners: Saratoga Takes Center Stage on Opening Weekend
    by Noel Michaels on July 11, 2024 at 5:55 pm

    Welcome to Noel Michaels’ Weekend Winners, the place to go for weekend best bets and spot plays from veteran handicapper and tournament-play pioneer Noel Michaels. Check back every week for a couple of highlighted selections designed to help you cash a few bets and make some money. Read More…

  • Didia Can Top Chad Brown-Trained Quintet in Saratoga’s Diana Stakes
    by Ellis Starr on July 10, 2024 at 2:14 pm

    The Grade 1, $500,000 Diana Stakes is the first Grade 1 race during what promises to be another big Saratoga Race Course summer meeting. Five of the 10 horses entered to run on turf in the Diana already are millionaires, and those entrants are just some of the many contenders in the stellar field. Read More…

  • Dollars & Sense: Could Fixed Odds Attract New Bettors?
    by Frank Angst on July 9, 2024 at 7:32 pm

    The experience of this year’s Irish Derby day June 30 at the Curragh as well as the continued flat performance of pari-mutuel wagering in North America has only reinforced my belief that racing is missing out on its best chance in years to bring new people into the sport by not fully embracing fixed-odds wagering. Let me explain. Read More…

  • 2024 Sanford Stakes at a Glance
    by Mike Curry on July 9, 2024 at 2:13 pm

    Saratoga Race Course is renowned for its terrific 2-year-old racing, and all of the big barns west of the Mississippi plus some of the smaller stables with a nice juvenile or two target the meeting in upstate New York. It doesn’t take long for the 2-year-old action to swing into high gear as the Grade 3 Sanford Stakes is one of three featured stakes on the first Saturday card of the meet. Read More…

  • Buy or Sell on Road to Breeders’ Cup: Brooklyn Stakes Winner Next
    by Mike Curry on July 9, 2024 at 10:00 am

    The fields for the 14 races that comprise the Breeders’ Cup World Championships really begin to come into focus in summer and fall. This regular feature will offer a snapshot profile of one of the previous weekend’s standout stars, usually a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Series winner, and whether I’m buying or selling their chances to win Nov. 1-2 at Del Mar. Read More…

  • Six Breakfast Spots to Try in Saratoga Springs
    by Rachel Miller on July 9, 2024 at 8:31 am

    If you find yourself in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., for the summer meet that runs from July 11 to Sept. 2, you’re in for a treat with its diverse and delicious restaurant options — including breakfast spots! Whether you’re craving a quick coffee and bagel or a leisurely sit-down breakfast, Saratoga Springs has something to offer everyone. Here are our top six spots to kick-start your day. Read More…

  • Tips and Trends to Help You Bet the 2024 Saratoga Meet
    by Noel Michaels on July 8, 2024 at 10:21 pm

    If you are a serious horseplayer and you are not already looking forward to the Saratoga Race Course meet, it might be time to check your pulse because Saratoga is the summer place to be for handicappers and horse racing aficionados. Read More…

  • Thoroughbred Makeover Diary: Trial Run for Two!
    by Katie Tarasevich on July 8, 2024 at 4:11 pm

    The perfect opportunity for me to take BOTH of my RRP hopefuls presented itself in May at the New Vocations’ 21st Annual All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show. This show would give me the chance to work out details with my packing list, provide long distance trailering experience, give more show experience for the two horses and prepare me for the Thoroughbred Makeover with two horses. It’s always been in the back of my mind: can I really compete two horses at once? How am I going to do this?!?! Read More…

  • Where to Watch/Listen: Horse Racing Coverage July 11-14
    on July 8, 2024 at 2:59 pm

    One of the most anticipated weeks of the annual horse racing calendar is upon us, as fans and horseplayers celebrate the start of Saratoga Race Course’s traditional summer meet on Thursday, July 11. Read More…

  • Betting Strategy for the Million Preview Stakes at Colonial Downs
    by J. Keeler Johnson on July 8, 2024 at 1:34 pm

    Last year, Colonial Downs in Virginia became the new home of the Grade 1 Arlington Million Stakes, one of the most prestigious turf races in North America. The 2024 edition is coming up on Aug. 10, and in anticipation, Colonial Downs is hosting the $125,000 Million Preview Stakes this Saturday, July 13. Read More…

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Don’t count Alagna out of Saturday’s $350,000 Adios at The Meadows

Washington, PA — Elimination winners Beach Glass and Pebble Beach may appear unbeatable in Saturday’s $350,000 final of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids at Hollywood Casino at The Meadows, but don’t count out Tony Alagna. Few trainers can match his Adios success in recent years. Alagna won ...

Seven Hundred, JD win NYSS splits at Batavia Downs

Batavia, NY — The “glamour division” of the New York Sire Stakes was well represented on Wednesday night (July 27) at Batavia Downs as 14 top 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings bred in the Empire State lined up in two $59,200 contests. In the first division, Seven Hundred (Huntsville-Exclamation) took ...

Jewett Leavitt to be honored at Kentucky Horse Park

Lexington, KY — Meg Jewett Leavitt, who owns and operates the well-known Standardbred farm Walnut Hall Limited in Lexington, Ky., in partnership with her husband, Alan Leavitt, will be honored for her dedication to the lives of horses during Hats Off Day, presented by Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, on ...

Grand Circuit to Meadows, Meadowlands

This Week: Delvin Miller Adios, Adioo Volo, and Arden Downs, The Meadows, Washington, Pa. and Hambletonian, Hambletonian Oaks, Peter Haughton and Jim Doherty eliminations, Tompkins-Geers, and Miss Versatility leg, The Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. Schedule of events: The Grand Circuit week kicks off on Friday (July 29) at The Meadows ...

Hoofbeats De Vie and Anthony’s All In sweep Maryland Sires

Berlin, MD — On Wednesday (July 27), Ocean Downs hosted the sophomore Maryland Sire Stake finals, each going for a purse of $75,000 before a large crowd. Hoofbeats De Vie (Charlie De Vie) and driver Russell Foster remained undefeated in the colt and gelding trot, winning all six races each ...

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Use Yah Blinkah Takes New Mark In Maine Stakes

Use Yah Blinkah turned in a career-best performance on Wednesday (Aug. 3) when the three-year-old pacing colts and geldings met at Bangor in the Maine Standardbred Breeders Stakes (MSBS). In the first $18,227 MSBS division, a non-wagering event, driver Heath Campbell sent Use Yah Blinkah right to the front from ...

Prospect Series Leg Rescheduled

Leg 3B of the Prospect Series for two-year-old trotting fillies has been rescheduled following Wednesday's cancellation at Grand River Raceway due to severe weather conditions in the region. The single Prospect Series division has been rescheduled as a non-wagering event on Grand River Raceway's Friday, Aug. 5 card, with a post time of ...

Clearfield Hosts Pennsylvania Fair Stakes

The Pennsylvania fair circuit came to Clearfield for its only four-day stand of the season – two-year-olds on Sunday and Monday, then three-year-olds the last two days, with trotters on the first card of the age group and pacers the second. The freshman baby trotters thus led off on Sunday, ...

Hottieonthehorizon Strolls To Another Open Win

Hottieonthehorizon picked up her sixth win of the Running Aces season with a dominating stroll-in-the-park style win in the $16,500 Mares Open Handicap Pace on Tuesday night (Aug. 3). Sent off as the overwhelming 1-20 favourite in the five-horse affair, driver Luke Plano wasted no time in getting the impressive ...

Stakes-Filled Card Set For Northside

It will be a stakes-filled day at Northside Downs on Saturday, Aug. 6, as a total of five Atlantic Sires Stakes events are slated for the afternoon race card. Two-year-old trotters will go as a non-wagering event at 12:45 p.m. Four trotters will go behind the gate for a purse ...

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    • Warrawee Xalt on right side of photo this time
      by Nicholas Barnsdale on July 12, 2024 at 9:36 am

      He missed by a nose last time, but Warrawee Xalt (Royalty For Life) got his in front in the harness racing Preferred-Handicap Trot on Thursday (Jul. 11) at Rideau Carleton Raceway. Sitting the pocket for Ryan Guy, Warrawee Xalt waited for the passing lane to go after leader Black Tie Bash (Robert Shepherd), who making <p>The post Warrawee Xalt on right side of photo this time first appeared on Harnesslink.</p>

    • Green Manalishi sweeps $190,000 OSS Gold leg
      by Nicholas Barnsdale on July 12, 2024 at 8:56 am

      Two offspring from the first crop of Green Manalishi won their Ontario Sires Stakes harness racing debuts in $95,000 divisions of the first leg for rookie trotting fillies on Friday (Jul. 11) at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Monalishi was the first winner in a 12-1 upset with Jody Jamieson manning the reins. The filly was at <p>The post Green Manalishi sweeps $190,000 OSS Gold leg first appeared on Harnesslink.</p>

    • CC Arden has plenty under the bonnet
      by Bruce Stewart on July 12, 2024 at 8:37 am

      Although harness racing trainer Amanda Telfer and driver Tim Williams know Addington winner Arden CC (Captaintreacherous) has plenty of horsepower, they admit  the ringcraft is still not there. “The steering has been the real issue. The day we get on top of that you’ll see the real him. He gives you a good feel. He <p>The post CC Arden has plenty under the bonnet first appeared on Harnesslink.</p>

    • Perfection from all three ISS winners
      by Harrah’s Hoosier Park on July 12, 2024 at 3:46 am

      Anderson, Ind.—July 11, 2024— Indiana Sire Stakes action continued at Harrah’s Hoosier Park with round one of six for the two-year-old harness racing trotting colts and geldings on Thursday, July 11. Three divisions highlighted the 14-race card seeing Twofiftychamp (Fiftydallarbill), Tarzan (You Know You Do), and Eugene The Genius (Helpisontheway-Muscle Baby Doll) all remain perfect <p>The post Perfection from all three ISS winners first appeared on Harnesslink.</p>

    • Hoof abscess forces Bet N Win out of Group 1
      by Adam Hamilton on July 12, 2024 at 2:58 am

      A niggling hoof abscess has ended tomorrow night’s Group 1 harness racing dreams for the connections of young Kiwi trotter Bet N Win (What The Hill). But co-trainer Stacey White hopes to salvage something from the big trip to Brisbane and chase the $100,000 Group 1 Queensland Trotters’ Cup on July 27. Bet N Win <p>The post Hoof abscess forces Bet N Win out of Group 1 first appeared on Harnesslink.</p>

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      • Ojibwe Spirit Horses Return Home
        by Amy Harris on July 10, 2024 at 12:33 pm

        A warm homecoming was waiting for four Ojibwe Spirit Horses, a nearly extinct breed that predates the American Mustang, when they arrived in Wiikwemikoong, which is Unceded Territory of the Wiikwemkong First Nation on Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario. According … The post Ojibwe Spirit Horses Return Home appeared first on Horse Canada.

      • Sharing the Trail with Horses in PEI
        by Amy Harris on July 9, 2024 at 6:24 pm

        For trail riding advocates in Prince Edward Island, there is hope that a pilot program that started in 2021 will become permanent, and even expand access to the Confederation Trail. Horse-Canada reported in 2022 on how the program was extended … The post Sharing the Trail with Horses in PEI appeared first on Horse Canada.

      • Yellowknife Remains a No-Horse Town
        by Amy Harris on July 3, 2024 at 4:41 pm

        As the one-year anniversary of the wildfires that forced the evacuation of Yellowknife, the city in the Northwest Territories remains a no-horse town. Last August we reported on the emergency evacuation of North Country Stables with its 20-plus horses being … The post Yellowknife Remains a No-Horse Town appeared first on Horse Canada.

      • Cavalry Horses on the Loose ‒ Again
        by Amy Harris on July 3, 2024 at 3:19 pm

        Remember the five horses that bolted through the streets of London in April? Well, it’s happened again. This time three horses from the same Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment  “became loose from their riders” while six were exercising on Monday morning, … The post Cavalry Horses on the Loose ‒ Again appeared first on Horse Canada.

      • The Pony Express (Re)Rides Again!
        by Amy Harris on June 26, 2024 at 10:25 am

        The Pony Express is entrenched in the lore of the American West, yet it only existed for 18 months between 1860-1861. The horses and riders who travelled the mail route from Missouri to California – some 1,800 miles in ten … The post The Pony Express (Re)Rides Again! appeared first on Horse Canada.

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      • Bella Nipotina Leads the Charge in Tattersall’s Tiara 2024
        by Lucy Henderson on June 26, 2024 at 4:33 am

        The final Group 1 race of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival, the 2024 Tattersall’s Tiara, promises to be a thrilling contest with a capacity field of fillies and mares set to do battle at Eagle Farm this Saturday. The entries are headed by the in-form mare Bella Nipotina, who comes off a runner-up finish in The post Bella Nipotina Leads the Charge in Tattersall’s Tiara 2024 appeared first on HorseRacing.com.au.

      • Young Zac Lloyd Claims Stradbroke Handicap 2024 Glory with Stefi Magnetica
        by Lucy Henderson on June 15, 2024 at 7:05 am

        In a thrilling finish to Queensland’s premier racing event, Bjorn Baker‘s Stefi Magnetica emerged victorious in the 2024 Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm. Ridden by young jockey Zac Lloyd, the three-year-old filly edged out multiple Group 1 winning mare Bella Nipotina to claim her first Group 1 win. Lloyd, son of racing legend Jeff Lloyd, The post Young Zac Lloyd Claims Stradbroke Handicap 2024 Glory with Stefi Magnetica appeared first on HorseRacing.com.au.

      • Broadsiding Claims Dominant 2024 JJ Atkins Victory at Eagle Farm
        by Lucy Henderson on June 15, 2024 at 5:46 am

        Godolphin colt Broadsiding continued his winning streak with a stunning display in the 2024 Ladbrokes JJ Atkins results at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Champion jockey James McDonald piloted the two-year-old to a comfortable victory, securing his 98th career Group 1 win and 19th for the season. Broadsiding ($1.60F), a Too Darn Hot colt, dominated the The post Broadsiding Claims Dominant 2024 JJ Atkins Victory at Eagle Farm appeared first on HorseRacing.com.au.

      • Mostly Cloudy Poised to Shine in Brisbane Cup 2024
        by Lucy Henderson on June 13, 2024 at 3:57 am

        The stage is set for another two-mile showdown in the 2024 Brisbane Cup this Saturday at Eagle Farm Racecourse. A competitive field of 11 contenders will vie for the $400,000 Group 2 prize, with the European import Mostly Cloudy leading the charge. Trained by Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young, Mostly Cloudy sits atop the Brisbane The post Mostly Cloudy Poised to Shine in Brisbane Cup 2024 appeared first on HorseRacing.com.au.

      • Neasham Stables Poised for Domination in The Q22 2024
        by Lucy Henderson on June 13, 2024 at 2:47 am

        The curtain closes on Stradbroke Handicap Day in Brisbane this Saturday with the $1.2 million Group 2 The Q22 (2200m) at Eagle Farm. A talented field of weight-for-age contenders is set for battle, with Annabel Neasham‘s stable holding a strong hand. Fawkner Park sits atop the betting charts at $4 through Ladbrokes, aiming to improve The post Neasham Stables Poised for Domination in The Q22 2024 appeared first on HorseRacing.com.au.

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      • Blue Stripe Wins Hirsch and Ticket to Distaff
        by Staff Writer on August 7, 2022 at 4:20 am

        The South American mare Blue Stripe tracked a pair of leaders early, then went on by at the head of the stretch to register and impressive length and three-quarters triumph in the $400,000 Grade I Clement L. Hirsch Stakes Saturday at Del Mar. The 5-year-old by the Argentinian stallion Equal Stripes out of an Argentinian The post Blue Stripe Wins Hirsch and Ticket to Distaff appeared first on Horse Racing Reports and News – Turfnsport.

      • Breeders’ Cup Classic Future Wager Opens Friday
        by Staff Writer on August 4, 2022 at 2:26 pm

        Undefeated 4-year-old Flightline has been installed as the 3-1 favorite for the first of two future wagers on this year’s $6 million Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1). The first Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic Future Wager will open on Friday, Aug. 5 at 12 p.m. ETand will close on Sunday, Aug. 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET. The The post Breeders’ Cup Classic Future Wager Opens Friday appeared first on Horse Racing Reports and News – Turfnsport.

      • American Theorem Stamps Ticket to Breeders’ Cup Sprint
        by Staff Writer on August 1, 2022 at 3:25 pm

        Rustin Kretz’s American Theorem swooped widest and fastest of all Saturday in the 77th edition of the Grade I Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar and outran eight rivals to the wire in 1:08.67 for the six-panel headliner. The husky gray son of Triple Crown hero American Pharoah was a length and a half to The post American Theorem Stamps Ticket to Breeders’ Cup Sprint appeared first on Horse Racing Reports and News – Turfnsport.

      • Harness & Horse Racing Heats Up in the Garden State This Summer
        by Staff Writer on August 1, 2022 at 2:36 pm

        New Jersey horse betting is where it’s at for the month of July and August, as thoroughbreds and harness races will be center stage for Garden State bettors over the next handful of weekends. Horse-racing enthusiasts will enjoy the $1 million Haskell Stakes at Monmouth Park in Oceanport on July 23. Still, first, harness-racing action The post Harness & Horse Racing Heats Up in the Garden State This Summer appeared first on Horse Racing Reports and News – Turfnsport.

      • Bing Crosby and San Diego Highlight Saturday Card at Del Mar
        by Staff Writer on July 29, 2022 at 2:10 pm

        Topped by a pair of deep and deeply competitive stakes races, Del Mar will present a sparkling 11-race program Saturday on Day 6 of its 83rd summer race meet. First post on the afternoon is 2 p.m. The two stakes – the 77th running of the Grade I, $400,000 Bing Crosby Stakes and the 81st The post Bing Crosby and San Diego Highlight Saturday Card at Del Mar appeared first on Horse Racing Reports and News – Turfnsport.