The OSS Semi-Finals For Three-Year-Olds Continue At Mohawk

  The Ontario Sires Stakes Semi-Finals continued on Friday night (September 16) at Mohawk Racetrack as the three-year-olds faced off for a spot in their divisional Grassroots Championships. The top five finishers from each of the $20,000 Semi-Finals will advance to the Grassroots Championships, which will be held on Saturday, September 24 at Mohawk. Three-Year-Old […] Read more »

Continual Hanover, St Lads Moonwalk, And Bettor Memories Take Home OSS Grassroot Wins At Mohawk

  In spite of drawing a pair of Post 10’s for Thursday night’s three-year-old pacing colt regular season finale, Cambridge resident Jack Darling took home two Grassroots trophies from Mohawk Racetrack. Continual Hanover started from Post 10 in the second $18,000 division and was hustled off the starting gate by Milton resident Randy Waples, landing […] Read more »

Piranha, Continual Hanover, Red Dog Saloon, And Big Place Score OSS Grassroot Wins

Driver Jody Jamieson made the trip to Georgian Downs on Tuesday evening to drive a quartet of three-year-old pacing colts in their second last regular season Grassroots start and scored two wins, one second and one third. Jamieson posted his first win with Piranha, guiding the Badlands Hanover son to a front-end victory in a […] Read more »

Spirit Shadow, Continual Hanover, Xpert Bayama, New Standard, Imsporty And Piranha Get OSS Grassroot Wins

Fifty-five sophomore pacing colts and geldings trekked to Mohawk Racetrack for Thursday’s OSS Grassroots event, and there was no shortage of speed on display in the six divisions. Spirit Shadow produced a career-best clocking of 1:51.4 in the opening division, and he lit up the toteboard in the process. Sylvain Filion rushed to the lead […] Read more »

Gonna Fly, And Continual Hanover Take Autumn Series Finals

Two-year-old colts and geldings battled one another – and a fierce wind from the west – in Thursday’s Autumn Series finals at Woodbine Racetrack. Gonna Fly, who was ninth at the quarter pole, rallied for a neck decision in the $30,000 Autumn Series final for the trotters. Paul MacDonell was in no hurry with the […] Read more »

Big Bang Boom , Continual Hanover, And Matza Man, Take Wins In Autumn Series

Round two of the Autumn Series for two-year-old colts and geldings was contested on a very windy Thursday at Woodbine Racetrack, with two divisions for pacers and a single split for their trotting counterparts. Big Bang Boom remains undefeated thanks to his narrow triumph in the opening division for the pacers. Jonathan Drury fired the […] Read more »