Future Headlines, And Action Majesty Gain OSS Gold At Grand River

Two fillies who were a combined 0-for-11 on the season captured their respective O.S.S. Gold Series divisions – each worth over $95,000 – Monday evening at Grand River Raceway. Future Headlines turned a two-hole trip into a 1:54.1 score in the opening division. James MacDonald was able to shadow a pacesetting Fade through fractions of […] Read more »

Manhattan Play, Loves Angel, Gottalovemyshadow, And Check Mach Win Their OSS Divisions At Grand River

Father-son duo Gregg and Doug McNair picked up one win and one second in four Grassroots divisions at Grand River Raceway on Monday evening. The Guelph, ON residents kicked things off with a runner-up finish in the first $18,800 division, as fan favourite Shewearsthepants was nabbed at the wire by Manhattan Play. The three-year-old pacing […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Were Rolling, Upsets In Preferred Trot At Grand River

Twelve-year-old trotter Were Rolling pulled off an 11-1 upset victory defeating the 4-5 favourite in the $7,500 Preferred 3 at Grand River Raceway on Friday night (June 9). Were Rolling fired to command from post two before insider Overcomebyvictory (Bob McClure) looped to the lead by the :28.3 quarter and carved out middle splits of […] Read more »

Big Bad Bill, Windy Sport, Aint Three OK, And Yogi Bayama Get OSS Gold Wins In Grand River

Trevor Henry returned to his former stomping grounds at Grand River Raceway on Monday night and reminded fans just how efficient he can be on a half-mile racetrack. The Arthur, ON resident guided five of his nine mounts to victory, including wins in three of four $105,000 Gold Series divisions. Both the two-year-old pacing colts […] Read more »

Muscle Ave, Windsun Missile, Golden Son, And Dynamic Edge Score Wins In The OSS Three-Year-Old Trotting Grassroot Divisions

  Facing the end of his Ontario Sires Stakes career, three-year-old trotting gelding Windsun Missile came up with his first Grassroots win of the season at Grand River Raceway on Wednesday evening (September 7). Starting from post five, trainer/driver Per Henriksen dropped Windsun Missile along the pylons in fourth as fan favourite Wildwild Men stepped […] Read more »