Farm News

Homicide Hunter scores Dan Patch award

December 19, 2018 by Tammy Knox Over the past four years, the annual Dan Patch awards have included at least one horse from an Indiana sire. 2018 continues the trend as Homicide Hunter was named Older Male Trotter of the Year by the US Harness Writers Association (USHWA) Wednesday, Dec. 19. In all 130 ballots were received

Crawford, Cotolo, Gooden honored by USHWA

December 27, 2018, from the U.S. Harness Writers Association Harrisburg, PA — Michelle Crawford may not keep quite as unremitting a schedule as Driver of the Year Aaron Merriman, but she comes very close. An unbridled enthusiastic voice for harness racing, Michelle is foremost the co-operator with her husband Al of Crawford Farms, a Midstate New York

World champion Crazy Wow to stand in New York

Crazy Wow will stand stud in New York for an introductory fee of $3,000. Chris Tully photo. Goshen, NY — Michelle and Albert Crawford have announced that their world champion trotter Crazy Wow 3,1:51.1 ($2,532,143) has been retired and will stand stud in New York for an introductory fee of $3,000. An outstanding individual and multiple

Crawford Farms To Sponsor Tattersalls Pace

Crawford Farms is stepping up its support of harness racing by signing on as the sponsor of the Tattersalls Pace at the Red Mile. The Tattersalls Pace, first held in 1971, is The Red Mile’s top Grand Circuit event for 3-year-old colt pacers. “The Red Mile is one of the premier places to showcase our

2018 CRAWFORD MEADOWLANDS PACE

SINCE 1977, THE MEADOWLANDS PACE HAS PRODUCED SOME OF THE MOST THRILLING SPRINTS TO THE FINISH LINE IN RACING. THIS YEAR’S EVENT IS SURE TO BE NO EXCEPTION, AND WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US FOR THE 2018 CRAWFORD FARMS MEADOWLANDS PACE ON SATURDAY, JULY 14. POST TIME IS 6:35 PM. 

THE WORLD’S FASTEST 3-YEAR-OLD PACERS

Filly rolls to victory in the Hambletonian

Going into the 93rd edition of the $1 million Hambletonian the big question was: Could the girl beat the boys? The answer is an emphatic yes. Trained by Rick Zeron and driven by his son Scott Zeron, Atlanta (2-1), the only filly in the prestigious race for 3-year-old trotters, wired the field of nine colts