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  2. Harness Horse Racing in the United States and Canada by Frank A. Wrencsh, 1951
  3. The Harness Horse and Strategic Win Betting (An Exposition-banner book) by Dick Schneider, 1977-03
  4. Pompano Park Harness Track(FL)(Images of America) by Frank J. Cavaioli, 2005-01-26
  5. Harness Racing in Canada: Canadian Harness Racers, Shadow Play, Lloyd Duffy, Caduceus, John Campbell, Cam Fella, Bill O'donnell, Matt's Scooter
  6. American harness racing by John Hervey, 1948
  7. People in Harness Racing: Stig H. Johansson, Stanley Dancer, Lloyd Duffy, Sören Nordin, Bill O'donnell, Free Holmes, John Hayes, Hervé Filion
  8. Fan's Guide to Harness Racing by Elliot Emerson, 1951
  9. A Standbred Star: Learn About Harness Racing With Star and Friends
  10. Hoof Beats Magazine Jan 1992
  11. Standardbred Racehorses: Lombo Pocket Watch, Victory Tilly, Varenne, Shadow Play, Ina Scot, Harness Racing, Copiad, Digger Crown
  12. Bettor's Guide to Harness Racing by Steve Chaplin, 1977
  13. Goshen, New York: Florida, Orange County, New York, Goshen, New York, John S. Burke Catholic High School, Harness Racing Museum
  14. Harness Racing by George Sullivan, 1975

41. Harness Racing: Prince Edward Island: Visitors Guide
Pinette Raceway is hidden in a small patch of woods not far from our big frame house. You get there by turning down a clay road just past Mike's Lobster Pound on the
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The Quiet of the Backstretch
by David Helwig
Charlottetown Driving Park Pinette Raceway is hidden in a small patch of woods not far from our big frame house. You get there by turning down a clay road just past Mike's Lobster Pound on the TransCanada Highway, about 40 kilometres east of Charlottetown. There's a handmade sign for the track, the outline of a horse, driver and sulky. The raceway has a wooden grandstand, a frame building with a snack bar, and, farther off, a longer, lower building with stalls for the horses. Everything is painted white with green trim. The oval of the track is the red ochre of Prince Edward Island earth. When you climb into the grandstand, you look across at a stand of tall spruce that runs half the length of the backstretch. The other half opens across fields to the shining surface of the Pinette River. Sometimes I have seen the quick, short beat of an osprey's wings as it circles over the water, hunting, waiting to dive. On the quiet of the backstretch between races I have seen a fox trot by on its dainty feet, out of the spruce woods and back in.
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Most of those who come to the track live close by. A girl of 16 takes your dollar admission on the way in, and a few minutes later she turns up in the grandstands selling tickets for the night's raffle. There's no rush to the betting windows here; there are no betting windows. No purse for the winner either. The races are just for the fun of racing, for the pleasure of seeing the long delicate legs moving in harmony, pulling the slender wheels of the carts twice around the oval.

42. Harness Racing : Harness Horse Online Store
Horse and Harness Racing tshirts. Standardbred tshirts. Original horse designs on clothing and gifts. Horse fantasy art, photos and artwork. Horse and harness racing mugs

43. Harness Racing —
Oliver Wendell Holmes, the famous Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, wrote that the running horse was a gambling toy, but that the trotting horse was useful and, furthermore
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44. Harness Racing Entries And Results
Sources for the latest entries and race results for harness racing at race tracks in North America.
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    Harness Racing More Images zSB(3,3) Every horseplayer needs to know who is running and how they finished. Here are the best sources for up to date entry and race result data for North American harness racing. Equibase Entries
    Entries by track and date for all tracks in North America. USTA Entries and Results
    Entries and results by date and track for the United States from USTA. Canadian Entries
    Entries by track or date for Canadian harness tracks from Standardbred Canada. Also searchable by horse, driver, and trainer. Canadian Results - Results by track or date for Canadian harness tracks from Standardbred Canada. Also searchable by horse, driver, and trainer. Harness Stakes Races
    Upcoming stakes races at North American harness tracks listed by date from USTA.

    45. Cranbourne Harness Racing Club - Cranbourne Harness Racing Club
    Harness racing track located in Cranbourne, Victoria. Includes news, trial results, dining packages, memberships and race dates.

    Harness Racing PEI Sports By Lee Drake Charlottetown, PE – Scarlet Patti burst off the starting gate to deliver a wire to wire performance to defend her title in the Maritime

    47. Maritime Provinces Harness Racing Commission Act
    Established the Maritime Provinces Harness Racing Commission, a harness-racing authority with jurisdiction to govern and regulate harness racing in the Maritime Provinces.
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    48. Harness Racing Betting, Odds And Opinion | Best Odds By 20%
    RESULTS and race fields, moments after they are announced. News on events and details of value to be had before the jump. Also, historical data on winners and placings, as
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    49. Welcome To The Wisconsin Harness Horse Association Web Site!
    Welcome to the WHHA Web site! Sevie Kenyon came out to Mineral Point to write an article for Country Today. He also took photographs, including the one above.
    Annual Meeting
    (Last Updated October 18) Contact Hall of Fame History Home Industry Links Meeting Minutes
    (Last Month Posted: July 2010) Membership News Race Schedule Trainers in WI WI Harness News Youth Last Updated:
    October 18, 2010 Photos by:
    Sevie Kenyon
    Peter Kilby
    Jessica Schroeder
    Theron Snell
    Rick Tittsler
    Welcome to the WHHA Web site!
    Sevie Kenyon came out to Mineral Point to write an article for Country Today . He also took photographs, including the one above. To view the Country Today article, click here (PDF)
    Wisconsin Harness Horse Association

    50. Harness Racing | Joe Pavia Racing Stable
    Standardbreds trained by trainer/driver Joe Pavia at Pompano Park.
    Pavia Stable
    Winter Address

    Pompano Park Race Track
    1600 S.W. 3rd Street
    Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
    Cell: 954-646-5857
    E-Mail: J oe Pavia Jr. has been a trainer/driver of quality standardbred race horses for over 30 years!
    W e currently have 29 horses in the stable and are always looking for new owners to join our stable. Whether it be a first time investor or someone who already is active in the industry we encourage you to contact us.
    P lease explore our website for further details.
    We are now looking for quality caretakers to work in
    Pennsylvania and Florida! Please contact us using the information given above. Home Qualifications Training A Horse/ Stable Roster Pavia Stable News ... Information

    51. Showplace Farms- The Equine Training And Therapy Specialists
    Training and therapy center located in Englishtown, New Jersey, USA.
    They say that the Meadowlands is New Jersey's Equine showplace, but as far as training centers are concerned, Showplace Farms is the place to be. Located on 150 acres in Millstone Township, Showplace Farms provides the finest year round training facilities and a dedicated, highly experienced staff to serve your needs. After a multi-million dollar renovation program, which includes a new EURO-DESIGNED RACING TRACK , Showplace Farms has been transformed into the premiere training farm; the benchmark against which all other training facilities are measured and undoubtedly the best there is. What Showplace has to offer: -An ideal central location with an idyllic environment
    -A nine-sixteenths mile sand track
    -Blacksmith and Tack shops
    -A rustic, half-mile wood chiptrail in the woods
    -Heated, indoor 90,000 gallon, swimming and therapy pool
    -World renowned, all weather, euro-design 5/8 mile racetrack
    -Extensive four-boardedpaddocks, all maintained
    -Fully renovated and re-roofed,all-weather barns

    52. Delaware Department Of Agriculture
    Our Mission The Delaware Department of Agriculture Harness Racing Commission regulates and oversees the sport of Harness racing in the
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    Harness Racing Commission
    Our Mission The Delaware Department of Agriculture Harness Racing Commission regulates and oversees the sport of Harness racing in the state. Its primary objectives and principles are to protect, preserve, and promote agriculture and horse racing through effective and efficient efforts to prevent and eliminate corrupt practices; ensure fairness in decisions affecting licensees and patrons; ensure due process in administrative proceedings; be attentive to the public and licensees and provide information concerning the industry and commission operations. The commission is also responsible for ensuring that the state and the betting public receive their fair percentages of the wagering dollar by overseeing periodic accounting audits. Background The Delaware Harness Racing Commission regulates and oversees the sport of harness racing in the state. Its primary objective is to do this in regard to the protection of the betting public. The Commission is also responsible for assuring that the State and the betting public receive their fair percentages of the wagering dollar by overseeing periodic accounting audits. In addition, the Commission monitors the conduct of the entire racing industry and may from time to time, hold hearings to thoroughly investigate any perceived wrongdoings.

    53. Little Brown Jug Home Page
    The second leg of the pacing Triple Crown, the premier pacing classic for three-year-old standardbreds.
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    66th Edition of The Little Brown Jug
    September 22, 2011

    54. Harness Racing - All Harness Racing, All The Time
    Harness Racing is a Ning Network That's my favorite tune..short and sweet ..
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    55. Watpac Inter Dominion - Inter Dominion
    The Inter Dominion Championship comprises a Series of Pacing and Trotting events held on a yearly roster covering Australian States and New Zealand.

    56. Harness Racing
    HARNESS RACING HISTORY AT FRYEBURG Superintendents William W. Haynes Ken Ronco, Paul Lusky, advisor. Because the horse was the principal means of transportation, the
    Racing Starters/Results Racing Links Box Seats HARNESS RACING HISTORY AT FRYEBURG
    Paul Lusky, advisor
    Because the horse was the principal means of transportation, the pride and competitive spirit of horse owners naturally developed into speed contests and shows which led to scheduled events. So when the original organizers of the Society held its first meeting at a fixed location, they had a trotting course which they voted to enlarge to one half-mile on November 20, 1858. In 1864 W. W. Abbott of Fryeburg wanted to solicit funds for enlarging and improving the track and actually raised $75.00, but in 1865 the committee decided to leave the track as it was due to the indebtedness of the Society. In 1871 another committee was chosen to consider improvements to the course, and it was voted that a one-third mile track be made and fenced by June of 1872. It is doubtful that they did enlarge it, however, because it appears that in 1881 the Society had a one-quarter mile track where the H. C. Baxter Corn Company packing plant was later located. Information is scarce in the minutes of the meetings about racing until in 1885 it was voted to move to a new larger area for the permanent location. At that time it was stated that there was a track at the first fairgrounds, but the length of it is somewhat unclear. We do know that giant oxen pulled stone rollers to smooth the first racetracks. The new track at what is now the present location is one-half mile long.

    57. Official Site Of Harness Racing Driver Luc Ouellette
    Features biography of driver, major career wins, photo galleries and news articles.
    Links: Standardbred Canada Email Webmaster The Official Site of Luc Ouellette! BIOGRAPHY ... STAKES RESULTS PHOTO GALLERIES 2007 Season 2006 Season 2005 Season 2004 Season ... RED BOW TIE MEMORIAL Luc's Sponsor
    Luc Picks Up Breeders Crown Win Number Nine
    (August 31)-Luc ended a six-year Breeders Crown drought on Saturday night at Mohawk as he was victorious in the $266,075 Breeders Crown Open Mare Trot with Brigham Dream.
    Brigham Dream, who was fresh off an elimination win last Friday night for Luc and trainer Nicolas Vandenplas, settled in sixth in the early going as Susies Magic and Bruschette traded the early lead through fractions of 27.4 and 56.4. As the field raced up the backstretch, Luc tipped out with Brigham Dream, and he was able to flush the cover of Flash Lightning and Yannick Gingras to get a second-over ride to the 1:25.3 three-quarter mark.
    In the stretch, Luc finally guided Brigham Dream to clear racetrack, and she trotted by Bruschette. Luc then just showed her the whip and kept her trotting to the wire to win by half a length in 1:53.2. Susies Magic was the runner-up and Exotic Destination was third.

    58. Betting And Handicapping To Win - Harness Racing - The Standardbred Race Horse
    Betting and Handicapping Harness Horse Racing - The Standardbred Race Horse
    Betting on a Harness Horse Race
    from the USTA
    Being a handicapper (that's what you are when you place a bet ) is really trying to guess or figure out what will happen during a harness race and who will finish the race in front. It's easy, it's exciting and it's fun. So c' on and we'll explain how to pick your winners. How Easy is It How do You Handicap a Race How are the Races Classified What to Say at the Betting Window ... What Now How easy is it? To select your first horse, you can do the following: Number a slip of paper for each number horse in a race. Place the numbers in a hat. Close eyes and pick one. Place your bet on that horse. Congratulations! You're a handicapper. You'd be surprised how many people use a method like this to pick winners. If you leave your bet entirely to chance, you're as likely to hit a winner as not, even without knowing anything about horses. Betting horses can be that simple.
    You don't have to use these slips of paper. You can throw darts or draw straws. Try numerology or your lucky number. Bob's favorite is to count the stars and divide by your age, or bet the horse's name that appeals to you most, or your favorite color. Picking horses at random can be fun, and it can produce winners. Or you can try and improve your chances by using these tools:
    Sometimes you're feeling lucky. Go for it. There's no way to predict the odds of success by this method. It's up to you and your lucky stars. Want better odds? Move on.

    59. Niatross Home Page
    A tribute to the career of harness legend Niatross.
    simply the best 'pacing horse' ever Niatross Home World Records Stakes Records Track Records ... Hurricane Wilma Perfection , you catch glimpses of it in sports - a golfer scoring a hole-in-one, a pitcher tossing a perfect game or a goalie shutting out the opposition in hockey. Whether it is the competitiveness of a Michael Jordan or the creativity of a Wayne Gretzky - sport is drama and when players or competitors of this ilk are involved it is usually exciting and often breathtaking. Niatross possessed the above-mentioned traits which complemented his charisma, grace and class - Niatross was perfection in a racehorse. Niatross thrilled harness racing fans as he stormed across North America in 1979 and 1980 smashing world, stakes and track records wherever he ventured and leaving a legacy in our sport which has not been approached since. These pages are my tribute to that legacy. Last Updated Saturday, May 15, 2010. Email

    60. SUPER LEW
    A tribute to the career of trainer-driver Lewis Douglas Williams.
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    Welcome to the Super Lew Web Site. I would like to take time to introduce you to my father, Lewis Douglas Williams. This site is meant as a dedication to him and his accomplishments in his prestigious harness racing/training career. My father was the most successful African American in the sport and broke down many racial barriers. You will find on this site many of his career statistics. I'm sure that there are many other African American athletes, artists, physicians etc. that have been overlooked by history. This is the story of one of them. Please sit back, enjoy and discover Super Lew. LaVonda K. Williams.

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