2008-11-30T00:00:00-05:00November 30, 2008|

Youre Still Theone repeats in Trillium Series

WINDSOR, ON — The freshman trotting fillies wrapped up their provincial season over a sloppy oval at Windsor Raceway on Sunday evening, but the connections of Youre Still Theone and Ldees Creditreport were smiling in spite of the rain. In the first $35,097 Trillium split, trainer Wayne Henry engineered a four and a half length

2008-11-29T00:00:00-05:00November 29, 2008|

St Lads Popcorn, Free N Easy repeat in Trillium

FRASERVILLE, ON — Free N Easy and St Lads Popcorn scored their second straight victories in Trillium Series action on Saturday evening at Kawartha Downs, wrapping up the two-year-old pacing filly provincial stakes campaign. Regular reinsman Scott Zeron fired Free N Easy away from Post 1 and the Western Ideal daughter hit the quarter pole

2008-11-26T00:00:00-05:00November 26, 2008|

Henry will harness a third of the field in Windsor Sunday

WINDSOR, ON — Twelve two-year-old trotting fillies will travel to Windsor Raceway this Sunday for the last Trillium Series event of the season, and four of them will arrive in a trailer driven by Wayne Henry. The Arthur resident will harness two fillies in each Trillium split, and the two-time winner of the Ontario Sires

2008-11-26T00:00:00-05:00November 26, 2008|

Pacing fillies wrap up season at Kawartha Saturday

FRASERVILLE, ON — Kawartha Downs fans will witness the final Trillium Series contest for the two-year-old pacing fillies this Saturday evening, with 11 talented youngsters poised to battle around the Fraserville oval for a total of $78,500. Kawartha regular Gord Brown will pilot one filly in each Trillium Series split, and the Brighton resident is

2008-11-23T00:00:00-05:00November 23, 2008|

Amigo Hall fillies claim two of three Trilliums in London

LONDON, ON — Amigo Hall fillies captured two of three Trillium Series events at Western Fair Raceway on Saturday night, battling their way over a snow soaked surface rated three seconds slower than normal. Daylon Mystique claimed her fifth win of the season with a 2:07.3 victory in the first $23,378 Trillium split. Starting from

2008-11-22T00:00:00-05:00November 22, 2008|

St Lads Popcorn cruises to Trillium victory at Flamboro

DUNDAS, ON — Four months after she emerged onto the provincial scene with an Ontario Sires Stakes record performance in the first Gold Final of the season, two-year-old pacing filly St Lads Popcorn returned to Flamboro Downs with an impressive performance in Friday's Trillium Series contest. With 10 wins from 13 starts, including an outstanding

2008-11-18T00:00:00-05:00November 18, 2008|

Fiesta joins Trillium Series fun at Western Fair Saturday

LONDON, ON — A trio of Trillium Series divisions are on the menu at Western Fair Raceway on Saturday evening, featuring 18 talented two-year-old trotting fillies. William Hutchison trainee Fiesta will make her Trillium debut from Post 6 in the first $23,378 contest, and the Dorchester resident is hoping his Amigo Hall daughter can hold

2008-11-17T00:00:00-05:00November 17, 2008|

Brantford-based pacing filly ready for Trillium test Friday

DUNDAS, ON — Flamboro Downs will wrap up its 2008 Ontario Sires Stakes season on Friday evening with two $41,000 Trillium Series divisions for the freshman pacing fillies. Give Me Some Sugar will make her Trillium Series debut in the second division, and Fredrick Roloson is hoping that driver Anthony Haughan was correct in his

2008-11-16T00:00:00-05:00November 16, 2008|

Somebeachsomewhere brilliant in Super Final triumph

TORONTO, ON — Ferocious wind, rain, snow and a sloppy track conspired against the province's top trotters and pacers at Woodbine Racetrack on Saturday night, but the nasty weather did nothing to diminish the glow that surrounded Somebeachsomewhere as he captured his nineteenth victory in a remarkable 1:50.3. "He's unbelievable, and he's never disappointed," said

2008-11-14T00:00:00-05:00November 14, 2008|

Trainers hope fillies have one big effort left for Super Final

TORONTO, ON — Racing young horses is a stressful business on the best of occasions, but when you are heading into a $300,000 Super Final with a two-year-old trotting filly who devoured the field in her last start, the pressure gauge reads a little higher than normal. "I'm a little worried. There is a lot