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Michelle Crawford talks to U.S. Trotting Assn.

Listen as @wire2wirewendy chats with Michelle Crawford of @CrawfordFarmsUS about their big day at @RedMileHarness! #harnessracing pic.twitter.com/YXlOqGM5Ag — U.S. Trotting Assn. (@USTrotting) October 10, 2021

Ahundreddollarbill trots fastest mile ever at Monticello Raceway

Usually when track records are broken, they are shaved by a mere 1/5 second or so, but on Wednesday (Aug 11) Ahundreddollarbill trotted the fastest mile ever in the 63-year history of Monticello Raceway, smashing the existing record by one second and a 1/5, and taking the lone division of NYSS, worth $112,000, in 1:54.1.

Alagna-McCarthy team for four winners at Gaitway

The final round of Gaitway Farm’s qualifiers for 2-year-olds was held Monday, and trainer Tony Alagna teamed with driver Andy McCarthy to win four of the nine events for the rookies. Among Alagna’s winners were female trotter Pink Coco Chanel, a three-quarter-sister to millionaire world-record-holder Homicide Hunter, and female pacer Hamptons Babe, a daughter of

Atlanta returns a winner

Atlanta made her return to the races a successful one by winning the $40,000 co-featured Open for trotters in her seasonal debut at The Meadowlands Saturday night. The 6-year-old daughter of Chapter Seven-Hemi Blue Chip, who banked just under $750,000 a year ago, looks like she hasn’t lost a step, and appears more than ready

La Vie En Blanc leads winners on Monday at Gaitway

La Vie En Blanc is following in big hoof prints, but the 2-year-old female trotter made her first public appearance a winning one at Gaitway Farm on Monday. The filly, a half-sister to two-time Dan Patch Award-winner Ramona Hill, captured her debut qualifier in 2:00.2 with Andy McCarthy driving for trainer Tony Alagna. A daughter

Successful morning for Burke Brigade in Gaitway qualifiers

Ron Burke sent out 24 newcomers and two established stars Monday (June 7) as Gaitway Farm hosted the first of its four weekly qualifying days this month. Of the nine qualifiers for 2-year-olds, the Burke Brigade captured seven, as well as seeing multiple Dan Patch Award winners Atlanta and Warrawee Ubeaut win their respective events.

Abuckabett Hanover, Southwind Gendry prevail in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes

After defeating arch rival Perfect Sting at Pocono on May 16, Abuckabett Hanover ($2.40) dodged his divisional nemesis — who was scratched due to sickness — and strode to a decisive 1:51.1 victory in the $76,329 first division of Sunday’s (May 30) Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings at Harrah’s Philadelphia. Southwind

Meadowlands: New Jersey Sire Stakes champions crowned

Beltassima and Really Fast pulled upsets in winning their respective $200,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes finals for 3-year-old trotters on a soggy Friday night at the Meadowlands. Sophomore pacers faced off in a pair of $100,000 non-wagering finals of their own, with Neverendingproject and Fika Time getting the victories. Sent off at 13-1 from post

Lock Down Lindy foals full sister to Ramona Hill

Crawford Farms is proud to announce that Lock Down Lindy foaled a full sister to 2020 Hambletonian winner Ramona Hill on March 28. The filly is the third foal for her dam, who also has a 2-year-old filly by Chapter Seven named La Vie En Blanc. A top racehorse of her generation, Ramona Hill has

Grade 2 Winner Shancelot Retired To Buck Pond Farm

A history-making sprinter when winning the Grade 2 Amsterdam Stakes with a 121 Beyer Speed Figure – the highest Beyer by a 3-year-old sprinter in history – Shancelot has been retired to Buck Pond Farm, Crawford Farms Racing announced Jan. 11. He will stand for a fee of $7,500 in 2021. “We’re excited to stand