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Once again for all you handicapper's Rick Needham has studied the programs and came up with another top pick for you to bet on at Yonkers Raceway on Saturday and its race eight the $40,000 open handicap pace which has been handicapped.

Race #10 - Harrah's Chester - Monday July 14, 2008 + bonus longshots from both Hazel Park and Monticello Raceway.

“Howie the Horse” Gelfand, a sales rep from Puslinch, Ontario, notched his first driving victory of the season in a C.K.G. Billings Amateur Driving Championship contest that was presented at Hazel Park Raceway on Monday, June 2.

For the first time ever, Hazel Park Harness Raceway's signal will be accepted in Nevada racebooks starting Monday, April 21, 2008.

Four months ago, Mike Gorshe moved his stable from Michigan to New Jersey and so far, it has been a fruitful decision. Gorshe has finished first or second with eight of 18 starters, an impressive 44 percent, this season at the Meadowlands.

The $100,000 William C. Connors Memorial Trot returns to Hazel Park Raceway on Friday, July 4th, 2008 with a special post tme is 6:30 pm.

The Office of Racing Commissioner, ORC, today unveiled its set of initiatives for 2008. In September of 2008, Michigan will celebrate 75 years of pari-mutuel horseracing.

The road to Million Dollar Night began with eliminations on Thursday night (September 13) at Hazel Park Raceway, north of Detroit, Michigan.

'Wanted: harness drivers who want to enjoy an exhilarating experience. Prior experience not a necessity. Join the Billings and see North America from a vantage point not shared by many.'

The inaugural Michigan Legends Driving Competition was held on Tuesday evening (August 1) at Hazel Park Raceway in Hazel Park, Michigan.

Armbro Billow is really at home at Hazel Park Raceway; the 5-year-old has been victorious in his last four starts at the suburban Detroit oval.

On a night on which the favored Detroit Pistons met their demise in the Eastern Conference Finals of the National Basketball Association, what they needed desperately -- a “dunk” or two -- was desperately taking it to the wire at Hazel Park Raceway.

When a really good horse is really hot there is not very much the opposition can do; he can win on the front end or he can win from behind, but in the end he finds a way to win.

This past Saturday night (September 24) was Million Dollar Night at Hazel Park Raceway; eight Michigan Sire Stakes were raced, plus an Invitational, Open, and other overnight races.

Six mature trotters were entered in the $12,600 Invitational Handicap on Friday night (September 16) at Hazel Park Raceway, and the favoUrites, Coventry and Welding Spark D, were both looking for consecutive triumphs.

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