Ontario-Sired, Charmed Life, Wins Mohawk Feature Monday

After coming up just a bit short as the favourite last week at Mohawk Racetrack, trotting mare Charmed Life returned to the Campbellville, Ont. oval and redeemed herself with a facile score in the Monday evening feature. In rein to Louis Philippe Roy this time around, Charmed Life got away fifth and held that position while Whiskey […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Up The Alley, Dead Heats In The Saratoga Open Trot

The Open Trot had its first dead heat of the season on Tuesday night at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The $18,000 Open saw seven top-flight square off in what would be the first ‘tie’ of the year in a feature at the Spa. Kyle Spagnola’s Cash Me Out (Cash Hall) was co-favoured at odds of 2-1 […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Artful Way, Takes $18,000 Open At Plainridge

In what could only be described as an overpowering performance, Artful Way took no prisoners en route to a career matching performance in the $18,000 Open handicap pacing feature at Plainridge Park on Monday afternoon. Artful Way (Greg Merton) took an immediate lead off the gate and everyone seated behind him except Deetzy (Gary Mosher) who […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Shadow Place, Takes $60,000 Sobey’s Gold Cup & Saucer

Shadow Place, sent off at odds of 10-1, pounced on the speedy tempo set by 2-5 favourite Always At My Place to take the $60,000 58th renewal of the Sobey’s Gold Cup & Saucer in 1:53.2. Launching to the top, Always At My Place took control from Sapphire City and the two were lengths ahead […] Read more »

Ontario-Sired, Intended Style, Wins Five In-A-Row

    A noteworthy performance from Thursday’s Mohawk card was the 1:54 score for claiming pacer Intended Style. His victory extended his winning streak to five-in-a-row for owner/trainer Corey Johnson of Rockwood, Ont. Doug McNair worked out a covered-up trip for the 12-year-old son of No Pan Intended-Stylish Smile, and the veteran smoked home in :27.1 […] Read more »

Tioga Open To Ontario-Sired, Andreios Kardia

Andreios Kardia fended off late pressure to capture Monday’s $12,000 Open I for pacers at Tioga Downs, and in doing so he extended his winning streak to two-in-a-row for Team Byron. Aaron Byron got away fourth with Andreios Kardia, who watched Marty Monkhouser A and Jacksrluckytoo battle to the quarter pole in :27.1. Marty Monkhouser A […] Read more »