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Betting Line takes the Little Brown Jug, ties world record

From DELAWARE, OH—Betting Line used a first over trip and a confident drive by David Miller to win the second heat in a world record tying 1:49 to win Thursday’s 71st edition of the Little Brown Jug presented by the Ohio Harness Horseman’s Association. In the second heat, Scott Zeron sent Dr J Hanover to the lead from post #5 and forced the elimination winners Western Fame (Mark MacDonald) and Betting Line into second

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$2.6 million Maple Leaf Trot & Canadian Trotting Classic card set

by Woodbine Entertainment CAMPBELLVILLE, September 14 – All eyes will be on harness racing’s finest trotters Saturday evening at Mohawk Racetrack for Maple Leaf Trot and Canadian Trotting Classic night. An outstanding card featuring the best trotters of all ages has been assembled with over $2.6 million in purse money on the line.

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Marion Marauder leads eight into Yonkers Trot

by Frank Drucker, Publicity Director, Empire City at Yonkers Raceway Yonkers, NY — Tuesday afternoon’s (Aug. 30) gods of the open draw did not torture either prohibitive favorite for Yonkers Raceway’s pair of Saturday night (Sept. 3) half-million-dollar Triple Crown events. Hambletonian winner Marion Marauder drew post position No. 4 for Yonkers Trot No. 62 and Hempt Memorial and Adios champ Racing Hill landed the 3 hole for the 61st Messenger Stakes.

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$300,000 Carl Milstein Memorial Saturday at Northfield Park

by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park Northfield, OH — It’s only going to the post for a third time, but Saturday’s (Aug. 13) $300,000 Carl Milstein Invitational at Northfield Park, featuring the red-hot pacer Betting Line in a field of eight 3-year-olds, is already recognized as one of the key races on the North American stakes calendar. The race is named in honor of Carl Milstein, who owned and operated Northfield Park from 1984 until

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Hambletonian Notes

From the Meadowlands Big Hambo Day For Great ScottSaturday, August 6, 2016 For Scott Zeron, Hambletonian Day might just have been the best one he’s ever had. The 27-year-old driver guided Marion Marauder to victory in the 91st Hambletonian for 3-year-old trotters Saturday afternoon at the Meadowlands before a crowd of 20,122. The winner came first over to grab the lead in the stretch before holding off the late charge of 2-1 second choice Southwind

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