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YESTERDAY January 27, 2015
There’s no question Steve Asmussen loves winning horse races. And he would have loved for the 3-year-old filly Shook Up to have won her first start against winners in an entry-level allowance race Monday at Fair Grounds.
Harold Snyder, the founder of International Sound Corporation, died on Monday at age 91 at his home in Baltimore.
John O’Neil, a small-business owner from Huntington Station, N.Y., became the 16th winner of the National Handicapping Championship on Sunday night at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. He got a check for $800,000 for his efforts.
A quintet of entries turned in the fastest time for three furlongs during the horses of racing age under-tack show prior to the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. winter mixed sale, stopping the clock in :33 2/5 seconds.
A winter storm that brought between 8 and 14 inches of snow to the New York metropolitan area before ending late Tuesday morning forced New York Racing Association officials to cancel Wednesday’s card at Aqueduct.
While it is far from the “Winter Capital of Harness Racing” moniker it held in its heyday, Pompano Park is making clear strides during its 2014-15 season. This is America and everyone loves a good comeback.
Fort Erie Race Track has announced a 40-day race meet for 2015, which is a two-week extension of the 2014 season.
Jerre Paxton, a titan in the Pacific Northwest breeding industry and charter member of the Washington Racing Hall of Fame, died Sunday evening at his Seattle home.
January 26, 2015
Among the more positive news for harness racing as it moves into 2015 are the year-end results of the cross-industry social media marketing initiative sponsored primarily by the U.S. Trotting Association in partnership with 13 tracks and other key ...
Due to a potent winter storm which is predicted to dump upwards of two feet of snow in the New York Tri-State area, multiple tracks have cancelled live racing.