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News - November 2005

2005-11-20T00:00:00-05:00November 20, 2005|

Arlanda Hanover toys with Trillium field Saturday

INNISFIL, ON — Arlanda Hanover capped off an impressive season with a commanding victory in the last Trillium Series event at Georgian Downs on Saturday evening. The two-year-old trotting filly and driver Paul Mackenzie allowed Sophie Soleil to clock the :29 opening fraction while they looked on from fourth, then fired up the outside to

2005-11-20T00:00:00-05:00November 20, 2005|

Lady D M romps to Trillium win on hometown oval

LONDON, On — Lady D M went back to her hometown oval for the last Trillium Series event of the season and delivered the kind of effortless performance fans at Western Fair Raceway first glimpsed last November. Leaving from Post 4 the three-year-old pacing filly and driver Ross Battin out muscled Lady Megan O for

2005-11-19T00:00:00-05:00November 19, 2005|

Alias Seelster claims Trillium win over local oval

LONDON, ON — She won an elimination of the very first Gold Series event of the season and at Western Fair Raceway on Friday evening pacing filly Alias Seelster capped off her two-year-old campaign with a win in the very last Trillium Series event. The Intrepid Seelster daughter and driver Ross Battin executed a perfect

2005-11-19T00:00:00-05:00November 19, 2005|

Whatthehecklavec bounces back from sickness with win

DUNDAS, ON — After battling sickness through the past two weeks, Whatthehecklavec returned to competition on Friday afternoon at Flamboro Downs and demonstrated the winning style that earned her $271,815 this season. From the moment the three-year-old trotting filly and trainer-driver Randy Fritz fired to the front from Post 7 in the first of three

2005-11-16T00:00:00-05:00November 16, 2005|

Blueridge Yankee looking for second confidence builder

INNISFIL, ON — Ontario's talented two-year-old trotting fillies will bring the curtain down on their season Saturday night at Georgian Downs in one $73,000 Trillium Series division. Saturday's Trillium will be the second time in two weeks that Blueridge Yankee has made the trip to Innisfil and trainer Scott McEneny is hoping the Striking Sahbra

2005-11-15T00:00:00-05:00November 15, 2005|

Witness To Fame hoping to bounce back in Trillium

LONDON, ON — Western Fair Raceway hosts an impressive line up of three-year-old pacing fillies for the final Trillium Series event of the season on Saturday evening. Four fillies who competed in last weekend's Super Final and three who battled in the Grassroots post season will line up behind the starting gate in two $34,380

2005-11-15T00:00:00-05:00November 15, 2005|

Platinum Seelster looking to shine in Trillium Friday

LONDON, ON — Western Fair Raceway will wrap up the Ontario Sires Stakes season with a pair of Trillium Series events this weekend. The two-year-old pacing fillies will battle in one $77,000 Trillium division on Friday, while the talented three-year-old pacing fillies square off in a pair of $34,000 battles Saturday evening. A winner in

2005-11-14T00:00:00-05:00November 14, 2005|

Sophomore trotting lasses wrap things up at Flamboro

DUNDAS, ON — Twenty-one talented sophomore trotting fillies will wrap up their stakes season at Flamboro Downs on Friday evening in a trio of Trillium Series divisions. Gold Series point leader Whatthehecklavec headlines the group of trotting lasses from Post 7 in the fourth race, but trainer Randy Fritz admits that he won't know until

2005-11-13T00:00:00-05:00November 13, 2005|

Super Final win lucky number 13 for Majestic Son

REXDALE, NOV. 13, 2005 — Ontario's most talented trotters and pacers put on a $2.4 million show at Woodbine Racetrack on Saturday night, lowering one Ontario Sires Stakes and track record and matching another under the clear November skies. Majestic Son and driver Rick Zeron of Oakville came up with a flawless effort in the

2005-11-12T00:00:00-05:00November 12, 2005|

Moore content to let Astronomical rest on his laurels

REXDALE, ON — Astronomical may be handicapped by Post 9 in Saturday's three-year-old pacing colt Super Final at Woodbine Racetrack, but Dr. Ian Moore is not losing any sleep worrying about the last race of the season. "Regardless of what happens (Saturday) night, it's been a wonderful year for us," says Moore. "I am proud