Ontario-Sired, Mach It So, Wins $427,400 William Haughton Memorial

  Mach It So dug down deep for driver David Miller to capture his second William Haughton Memorial against some of the game’s grittiest warriors. Miller got away fourth with the Jeff Bamond, Jr. trainee while Bettors Edge sprinted to the top and put up the opening quarter clocked in :25.4. Miller popped to the outside […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired Horses Shine At Big M

  Windsun Glory ($4.00) and Crosbys Clam Bake ($5.80) controlled the terms in their respective featured events and held all comers at bay to score repeat wins on Friday (December 30) evening at The Meadowlands. In the $18,000 featured distaff pace, carded as race six, Windsun Glory lived up to even-money billing and captured her […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Buddy Hally, Victorious In Meadowland’s Feature

Buddy Hally unleashed a vicious first-over push through the last three-eighths of a mile in Friday evening’s co-featured $13,000 fourth-level trotting event at The Meadowlands, putting away Opulent Yankee with ease and evading 2012 Hambletonian winner Market Share for a 1:52.3 triumph. The six-year-old Angus Hall gelding floated forward in the initial stages, securing a […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Lady Shadow, Wins The $200,000 TVG Mares Pace

Yannick Gingras swept the mares divisions of the TVG Championships with Lady Shadow back in the Meadowlands spotlight after her Breeders Crown triumph. The Shadow Play-Lady Camella mare wrapped up her five-year-old campaign with a 1:50 victory in the $200,000 TVG Mares Pace for trainer Ron Adams. Inittowinafortune (Andy Miller) hustled off the gate from […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Flanagan Memory, Takes $500,000 Breeders Crown Open Trot

Flanagan Memory stormed home off cover to defeat heavy favourite Resolve in the $500,000 Open Trot for his Canadian connections. Newly minted Hall of Famer Brian Sears worked out the winning trip aboard the six-year-old millionaire son of Kadabra and Classy Stacy for trainer Rene Dion and co-owner Liette Flanagan of Repentigny, Que. “We got […] Read more »