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Saftic surpasses C$100 million
Driver Mike Saftic joined elite company by surpassing C$100 million in career earnings on Monday evening (Sept. 24) at Woodbine Mohawk Park.
Intoview surges to third straight in Tuesday Pocono feature
The Mach Three mare Intoview recorded her third straight victory for owner/trainer Gilbert Garcia-Owen while winning the $14,000 distaff claiming handicap pacing feature in 1:52.4 on Monday night (Sept. 24) at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono.
DSBF colt and gelding pacers complete second leg of series
Freshman pacing colts and geldings completed their second Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) leg in a pair of $20,000 divisions Monday (Sept. 24) at Harrington Raceway.
Ima Juggernaut, Hotrod Richard for the win
Iowa's best 3-year-old trotters took to the track on the final day of racing in the 2018 season. The top Iowa-registered horses competed in the Iowa Fairs racing championships on Sunday (Sept. 23). The fields were comprised of the top five Iowa-registered divisional points earners of 2018 with points accumulated over nine races in Iowa throughout the summer.
Graffam grabs both trotting features at Plainridge
Nick Graffam had a big day at Plainridge Park on Monday (Sept. 24) capturing the top two trots on the card with both horses paying premium prices and both winning in handy fashion.
Im Your Captain fastest in $78,698 Keystone Classic at The Meadows
Im Your Captain converted a lengthy quarter-pole move to victory in 1:53.4, fastest in Monday’s (Sept. 24) $78,698 Keystone Classic at The Meadows. The stake for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters was contested over three divisions, with Mississippi Storm and Make It A Double taking the other divisions. Andy Miller and trainer Julie Miller made it a double, indeed, with Im Your Captain and Make It A Double.
My Money Honey, Always Be Hanny upset in Iowa 2-year-old finals
Two horses with third place rankings coming into the final weekend of racing in Iowa put out top performances beating the leaders to take the 2-year-old filly and colt paces in the Iowa Fairs racing championships. The top Iowa-registered horses competed in the Iowa Fairs racing championships on Sunday (September 23). The fields were comprised of the top five Iowa-Registered divisional points earners of 2018 with points accumulated over eight races in Iowa throughout the summer.
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