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Trois-Rivieres, QC - Entries for the fifth revival of the Prix D'Ete race at the Hippodrome 3R are due by 11:00 am Tuesday morning. The Prix D'Ete purse is $200,000 and will be held on Sunday, August 19. The race is restricted to only four-year-old pacers that have made all three of the prior sustaining payments. There are no supplement entries allowed in the Prix D'Ete and Lasix is not allowed in the province of Quebec. The race is sponsored by the Quebec Jockey Club. The drawing of post position the Prix D'Ete will be done live at the Hippodrome 3R Tuesday evening after the fourth race on the wagering card. For more information on the Prix D'Ete race please contact Murielle Thomassin at mthomassin@clubjockeyduquebec.com or Steven Wolf at stevenwolf1956@gmail.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club        

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The very first race on the harness racing program set the tone of action at the Hippodrome 3R Tuesday evening as it took the photo finish camera to declare the winner of the first of four $30,000 finals for the Quebec-Bred Series. The first race featured the final for four and five-year-old pacing mares and it turned out to be exciting battle between two-time former champion, HP Sissy and Art De Gagnee. Race favorite Skyfall Sena (Guy Gagnon) was first on the lead but Stephane Brosseau wanted control of the race with HP Sissy and took over after a :27.3 opening quarter mile. Then before the half mile in :57, driver Pierre Luc Roy came first-over with Art De Gagnee and pushed HP Sissy for control, but could not pass her by as they raced head and head past the three-quarters in 1:25.4. Art De Gagnee then stuck a head out in front at the top of the stretch, but HP Sissy dug in some more for Brosseau, but it was not good enough as Roy kept after Art De Gagnee, who won the photo finish by a head in 1:56. Skyfall Sena was third. It was a lifetime mark for Art De Gagnee, a five-year-old mare by Shadow Play, owned and trained by Cassandra Lecourt of Ste-Victoire De Sorel. She was bred by Guy Corbeil of Mirabel and paid $15.80 to win. The sixth race $30,000 final for the trotting mares saw EAU Naturelle and trainer/driver Simon Delisle go right to the front as expected, but a costly break by Lucky Promisses allowed race favorite Y S Suzanne and driver Guy Gagnon to get the two-hole trip. They raced Indian-style past the half and then in the backstretch, Gagnon made his move with Y S Suzanne and came first-over but could not pass by a determined EAU Naturelle as they raced head and head until mid-stretch when Y S Suzanne took over and won by one and one-quarter lengths in 1:59.3. EAU Naturelle was second with Vanilla Star (Yves St Jacques) third. It was the second Championship Final for Y S Suzanne, who also won at age 2. She is a five-year-old mare Angus Hall, co-owned and trained by Blake Curran with by Jason Jamieson of Perth, ON. She paid $2.40 to win. Wildriverbumble made it three straight championships as he ended up being an easy winner in the 7th race final for the pacing horses. It was Majo Lou Beka an driver Jonathan Lachance that put on a speed show as they left from the rail and opened up on the field immediately, going to the opening quarter mile in :26.4 and then to the half mile in :55.1. Dance With Joe and driver Daniel Dulude and troubles leaving and was in second place but quit after the half mile and that was when Guy Gagnon got Wildriverbumblebee on the move on the outside. They caught up with Major Lou Beka at the three-quarters in 1:24.1 and on the final turn Wildriverbumblebee took command for Gagnon and went on to win by two and one-quarter lengths in 1:55. HP Patriote (Pascal Berube) was second with C L Sportaction (Brosseau) third. It was the second straight win for Wildriverbumblebee. The four-year-old stallion by Sportswriter is trained by Francis Richard and was bred and is owned by Dr. John Bradbury of Cookshire-Eaton. He paid $3.30 to win. The last $30,000 final was the 8th race for the trotting horses and it was quite a battle from the start. Both Holiday Party (Pascal Berube) and Kinnder Dangerous (Justin Filion) wanted the lead and by the opening quarter mile in :27.4, Filion took back into the two-hole with Kinnder Dangerous. Then on the second turn, Pierre Luc Roy started Capteur De Reve up on the outside and they started working their way to the front at the half mile in :58.2. Then by the three-quarters in 1:28, Capteur De Reve was able to collar Holiday Party as Filion and Kinnder Dangerous tried coming three-wide on the final turn. As they came down the stretch, Capteur De Reve proved to be the strong horse and went on to win by one and one-quarter lengths in 1:59.4. Sometimes When (Guy Gagnon) closed well to be second with Holiday Party third. It was the second straight Championship for Capteur De Reve, who won last year at age three. The four-year-old son of Muscle Mass is trained by Maxime Velaye and was bred and is owned by Ecuire Provoquante of Mirabel. He paid $4.80 to win. There were three divisions of the third round of the Breeders Cup Series for three-year-old trotters Tuesday evening. The first colt division was the second race and saw Yankee Photo and driver Pascal Berube take early control from Sir Chopin (Simon Delisle) after the opening quarter mile in :29.4. From that point on Yankee Photo wired the field, winning by two and one-quarter lengths in 2:02.1. Sir Chopin was second with Johnny's Revenge (David Pilon) third. It was the second win this season for Yankee Photo. The colt by Muscle Yankee is trained by Gerald Woodberry and was bred and is owned by Mario Gourgee of Stanbridge East and paid $3.90 to win. The second division, fifth race, belonged to SG Goliath King and driver Sylvain Grenier, who led from start to finish by two and one-quarter lengths in 2:03. SOS Irresistable (Daniel Laflamme) tried coming first-over at the opening quarter mile and was parked out the entire mile but still held on for second place. Nobodynojustice (Guy Gagnon) looped the field three-wide at the three-quarters and around the final turn but could not keep the momentum going and finished third. It was the second straight win and third victory on the year for SG Goliath King. The son of Lucky Feel was bred and is owned and trained by Grenier of Saint-Rene and paid $3.40 to win. The lone filly division in the third race saw race favorite Kinnder Prediction (Justin Filion) go off-stride at the start and that left Montanaalaska and driver Guy Gagnon all alone to lead the field with ease and win by five and three-quarter lengths in 2:02.4. Precieuse CC (Claude Beausoleil) was second with Stand For Justice (Brosseau) third. It was a lifetime mark and first career victory for the daughter of Angus Hall. She is trained by Alain Martin for owner Michel Grenier of Gatineau, paying $4.00 to win. In the Horse Power Challenge Race, featuring Grand Prix auto drivers Andrew Ranger vs LP (Louis-Philippe) Dumoulin in double-seater jogging carts, it was Quebec native Andrew Ranger with harness racing coach Simon Allard, beating LP Dumoulin and coach Stephane Brosseau by one length in 2:31.2. Track Notes: Live racing resumes on Tuesday with the second round of the Future Stars Pacing Series for two-year-old's. Also, on Tuesday is the draw for the $200,000 Prix D'Ete at H3R on Sunday, August 19. The post draw will be done live Tuesday in the winner's circle. Post time Tuesday is 6:30 pm. For more information and a free program for Tuesday, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Kinnder Jackson with driver Justin Filion, moved first-over against Stock and blew right by them on the final turn in capturing the $10,000 second round of the Breeders Cup Series at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday. The eighth race co-feature for three-year-old harness racing pacing colts saw the overwhelming race favorite, 1/5 Hudson Phil, go off-stride for driver Clarke Steacy at the start of the race. That opened the race right away as Big Mach and driver Guy Gagnon shot out to the early lead, but it was last year's champion, Stock, who pressed to the front for driver Stephane Brosseau and led the field at the opening quarter mile in :28. They raced that way past the half in :57.4, but at the three-quarters in 1:27.1, driver Justin Filion was sitting third with Kinnder Jackson and moved him to the outside and the son of Allamerican Native and grabbed control of the lead by the top of the stretch. From that point on, Kinnder Jackson was not going to be caught, drawing off to win by six and one-quarter lengths in 1:56.1. Stock was second with Power Fog (Pierre Luc Roy) third. Kinnder Jackson paid $21.90 to win. Bred, owned and trained by Denitza Petrova of Melbourne, it was the second straight win for Kinnder Jackson and his sixth win in seven starts this year. He is now tied with Requested as the two winningest horses at H3R this year with six wins each. In the second race, the first of the two Breeders Cup divisions for three-year-old pacing fillies, Katniss S BG ($3.00) and driver Pascal Berube make it two straight wins in the series. The daughter of Mach Three, bred and owned by Sylvain Descheneaux and Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy and trained by Richard Moreau saw Lit De Rose and driver Pierre Luc Roy shoot to the early lead by the opening quarter in :27.2. Berube then moved Katniss S BG first-over and with a major burst of speed, took the lead away from Lit De Rose before the half mile in :57.4. From there Berube held the field at bay, leading at the three-quarters in 1:26.4 before opening up to win by five and one-quarter lengths in 1:56.1. Lit De Rose was second with D Gs Shadowbell (Jonathan Lachance) third. The fifth race second filly division saw Butterfly BG ($3.90) and driver Guy Gagnon go wire-to-wire by one length in 1:59.3 over the pocket-sitting Sharks Summrshandy (Pascal Berube) with Perfect Glory (Sylvain Lacaille) a game third after racing first-over in the backstretch. It was the second straight win and third on the season for Butterfly BG. The Sportswriter filly is trained by Gagnon, bred and owned by Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy. The Invitational-Handicap Pace in the third race saw the return to H3R of three-time Quebec Champion, Atomic Million AM, and he came home not to lose. Atomic Million AM ($2.50) and driver Guy Gagnon came after Chaleurs Ad (Kevin Maguire) and took command at the quarter mile in :26.2. From there it was all Atomic Million Am. Gagnon kept his steed in control passing the three-quarters in 1:24.4 and then drew off in the stretch for the race fans, winning by four open lengths in 1:53.4. Solid Performance (Pascal Berube) was second with Windsun Cheyenne (Marie Auger) third. It was the third win this year for Atomic Million AM, a seven-year-old gelding by Million Dollar Cam, who now has career earnings of more than $278,000 for breeder, owner and trainer, Alain Martin. Driver Pascal Berube took 9-1 Montana Ben three-wide in the backstretch the final time and looped the field, taking the lead away from Clever Thing (Tyler Jones), then scoring a five and one-half length romp in the two-mile at H3R. The time of the race was 4:06, nearly four seconds slower than the world and track record at H3R. For Montana Ben, the six-year-old gelding by Western Terror posted his first win in 19 starts this year for trainer Marc Andre Simmoneau and paid $21.80 to win. He is owned by Francois Morin of Beauceville. Brusslebeach (Maxim Gaudreault) was second with Clever Thing third. Track Notes: This was the last live race program at H3R for the next two weeks due to the Grand Prix car racing that takes over most of the town of Trois-Rivieres. The next live program will be a special one on Thursday, August 9, when H3R hosts the $120,000 finals of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old trotters and pacers. There will be four Championship races, each going for a purse of $30,000. For more information, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Throughout Europe, Australia and New Zealand, harness racing is held at various distances that can range from sprints of a half mile to extra distance races as long as five miles. But in North America nearly 99% of all harness racing events are held at just one mile with a few exceptions, and one of those exceptions is taking place at the Hippodrome 3R in Quebec on Sunday. The ninth race for pacers Sunday at H3R will go the extra distance at two miles and has 10 horses entered. And yet this race is only a "prep" for the upcoming August 12 five-mile race called 'Le 5 Milles' at the regional fair track of St-Aime des Lacs in Charlevoix, Quebec, where the horse will have to do ten laps. This year the Le 5 Milles, one of the oldest stakes races in the sport, will feature its 108th edition. It is one of the oldest stakes races in North America. In 2016 Strokin set the world record on a half mile track at H3R with his victory in 4:02.4. Over the past few years the world record has been broken in the two-mile race. It was Aaron's Majesty and driver Denis St-Pierre who rewrote the mark in 2015, then rewritten again by Strokin in 2016. This year, the race favorite is Clever Thing from post eight for driver and co-owner Tyler Jones. The eight-year-old gelding by Stonebridge Regal has four wins this year for co-owner and trainer Francis Guillemettel. In his last three starts he has been second each time and back on June 30 he led from start to finish at 1.5 miles in 3:01.4 on the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit. His main competition will come from American Blue Chip (post three), Northern Juno (post four) and Brussebeach (post ten), who is coming to H3R off a 1:57.1 triumph in the Quebec Fairs. Also, on the program Sunday at H3R are three second round divisions of the Breeders Cup Series for three-year-old pacing colts and fillies. Featured are outstanding performers Hudson Phil, Stock and Kinnder Jackson, all facing each other in the 8th race. Track Notes: This is the last live race program at H3R for the next two weeks due to the Grand Prix car racing that takes over most of the town of Trois-Rivieres. The next live program will be on Thursday, August 9, when H3R hosts the $120,000 finals of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old trotters and pacers. Post time this Sunday is 12:50 pm. For more information, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club     Steven Wolf Steven Wolf Consulting (954) 654-3757 stevenwolf1956@gmail.com      

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Perhaps a preview of the $65,000 Breeders Cup final for harness racing three-year-old pacing colts will take place at the Hippodrome 3R this Sunday. There may be only seven entered in the 8th race, the second round of the Breeders Cup Series for a purse of $10,000, but what a tough field it is. Featured will be Hudson Phil from post two for driver Clarke Steacy. Currently on a two-race winning streak, Hudson Phil just won an Ontario Sire Stakes Grassroots division at Rideau Carleton last week in 1:52.3. The prior week he sizzled at H3R, setting a track record with his 1:53.2 triumph. Then in post seven is last year's Quebec Champion, Stock, who will be driven by Stephane Brosseau. He has won two of his last three starts and at H3R led from start to finish by 15 and three-quarter lengths in 1:54.2. Kinnder Jackson, from post five, has been a local favorite and he boasts five wins in his six starts this year and last week scored in 1:56.1 for driver Justin Filion. Also, coming off a victory at H3R is D Gs Onceuponatime, who starts from post six for driver Jonathan Lachance. He just won in 1:58. Rounding out the field at Big Mach (post one), who has been a game second in his last two starts, Power Fog (post three), and Chloes Master (post four). The fillies get underway with two $7,500 division in race two where the favorite is Katniss S BG from post six for driver Pascal Berube. She won an opening round division in 1:57. Starting alongside Katniss S BG in post seven is All You Can Dream with driver Stephane Brosseau. She was an impressive winner last week in 1:56.3. Other contenders include Miss Rockadali (post two) and Lit De Rose (post one). The fifth race second division for fillies will be a great battle between Butterfly BG (post one), who wired the field in the first round for trainer/driver Guy Gagnon in 1:56.2. They will be taking on Ontario invader Sharks Summrshandy, who had been competing at Woodbine-Mohawk Park and ships in off a 1:54.2 triumph. Also entered are Lune Bleu (post three) and Roxane (post four), who are tough contenders. There is also a great lineup in the third race, the Invitational-Handicapped Pace. Feature is Three-Time Quebec Champion, Atomic Million AM (post three), shipping in off a 1:53.2 romp by nine lengths at Kawartha Downs. Windsun Cheyenne (post six), who has won two of his last three starts, the fastest a 1:54 score at H3R. Mister Big Top (post four) has won last his two starts, the fastest in 1:56.2. Two-time Quebec Series Champion, Wildriverbumblebee is in post eight and Chaleurs Ad (post one) has won his last two starts and three of his last four races, the fastest in 1:58 on the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit. And, alas, the lone mare in the field, Quebec Champion HP Sissy, goes against the boys from post seven. She has not yet lived up to her potential from last year, but still is a game performer. First race post time is 12:50 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The Hippodrome 3R held two $10,000 divisions of the opening round of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old trotters and Cesar Dunharas emerged as a very impressive winner. Before the start of the first race, management of the Hippodrome 3R and the Quebec Jockey Club paid tribute to horseman Mario Lachance, who passed away tragically on Saturday. Most every horsemen and women came out of the race paddock for the special ceremony at the winner's circle. In the third race colt division of the Future Stars, Cesar Dunharas and trainer/driver Stuart Sowerby went right to the lead from post six and that was it for the race. Mister Sky (Francis Picard) grabbed the two-hole spot but once past the opening quarter mile, Cesar Dunharas held the field at bay. The son of Muscle Massive then toyed with the field, leading by three lengths at the three-quarters and then opening up on the field, winning by 16 1/4 lengths in 2:04.1. SOS Turbo (Stephane Brosseau) was third place second with Mister Sky second placed third for breaking in the stretch. It was the second straight win for Cesar Duharas, who was bred and is owned by Haras De L Estrie, Inc. of Dunham. He paid $2.20 to win. In his prior start, Cesar Duharas won an overnight at Woodbine-Mohawk Park in 1:59.4. In the filly division of the Future Stars, My Lady Hall and driver Jocelyn Gendron shot out to the early lead with The Only Somolie (Jerome Lombart) grabbing the two-hole spot. They raced that way until the backstretch when Kinderunbelievable and driver Justin Filion, who were sitting in third place, came rushing up on the outside and cleared to the lead. But then at the top of the stretch Kinderunbelievable went off-stride and My Lady Hall had a clear path to the finish line, winning by three and one-half lengths in 2:06. Stablemate Claudi P V (Pascal Berube) closed for second place with Kinderunbelievable third. It was the second straight win for My Lady Hall. This daughter of Angus Hall is trained by Serge Nadeau, who co-owns the filly with breeder Marcel Brouillard of St-Marcel-De-Richelieu. Due to only four fillies entering the opening round, the race was held as a non-wagering event. Track Notes: In the 7th race Invitational Trot, Holiday Party ($7.70) and driver Pascal Berube led from start to finish in 1:59.1. It was the third win this season for the five-year-old gelding by Holiday Road who is trained by Isabelle Binet. Jocelyn Gendron was the only one to score in double figures on the night with a driving double. Coming up this Sunday at H3R is the second round of the Breeders Cup Series for three-year-old pacing colts and fillies. First race post time is 12:50 pm. For more information or a free race program visit, www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The harness racing limelight will be on the young trotters Tuesday evening at the Hippodrome 3R with the opening round of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old's. Before the start of the race card Tuesday, there will be a special ceremony service for Quebec horseman, Mario Lachance, who passed away on Saturday. The Future Stars Series will feature three weeks of preliminary competition with the top eight point earners returning on Sunday, September 9 for their respective $55,000 finals. The trotting colts get underway in the third race where a homebred son of Muscle Mass, Cesar Duharas, will be center stage. Trained and driven by Stuart Sowerby, this youngster is shipping in for the Series from Ontario, where just last week he won at Woodbine-Mohawk Park in a sizzling 1:59.4. Bred and owned by Haras De Estrie, Inc. of Dunham, Cesar Duharas will be the heavy race favorite provided he can handle the turns on a half mile track. He will start from post six. One of the contenders in the field include Y A Titan from post eight for driver Stephane Gendron. This son of E L Titain just made his first pari-mutuel start last week at Georgian Downs for trainer Michel Allard and was a game second place finisher. Other hopefuls include SOS Turbo (post one) and Clevisse (post three). The filly's division features an entry from trainer Serge Nadeau of My Lady Hall (post one) and Claudi P V (post two). Both fillies have already won on the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit. They are co-owned and was bred by Nadeau with Marcel Brouillard of St-Marcel-De-Richelieu. Kinderunbelievable goes from post four for top team of driver Justin Filion and breeder, owner and trainer Denitza Petrova of Melbourne. She is sired by Archangel and is a half sister to the stakes winning and invitational trotter (he races Tuesday in the 7th race), Kinnder Dangerous. Rounding out the field from post three is The Only Somolie for driver, owner, breeder, Jerome Lombart of Bromont. Because of the entry and only four fillies entered in the race, it will be held as a non-wagering event between the 5th and 6th races on the program. First race post time Tuesday is 6:30 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - There was a notable difference in the race paddock and the grandstand at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday as many horsemen and women and race fans were mourning the loss of popular harness racing driver and trainer, Mario Lachance. Lachance, 57, of Mirabel, died tragically on Saturday. His horse in the first race at H3R, DGs Frozen, was scratched. His son, Jonathan, courageously drove on this day as it is what his father would have wanted. To honor his memory, Jonathan wore his father's race colors at H3R Sunday. Mario Lachance raced most of his career in Quebec. He had 2,138 wins as a driver with purse earnings of more than $14.4 million. He also trained 313 winners with earnings of $2.9 million. Lachance leaves behind his wife Lynda Fortin, along with sons Matthieu and Jonathan, their spouses, grandsons Raphael and Timothe, and father Gilles. A full obituary and arrangements will be posted when available. On the racetrack there were four opening round divisions of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old pacing colts and fillies, each division racing for a purse of $7,500. After the three preliminary rounds of the Future Stars Series are completed, the top eight point earners return for their respective $55,000 finals on Sunday, September 9. In the third race, first division of the Future Stars Series for colts, it was a bitter-sweet victory for driver Jonathan Lachance with D Gs De Vito, who was trained by Jonathan's father, Mario Lachance. The race saw Sport Emilio BG and Francis Picard go right to the early lead with SOS Nostoppinmenow (Stephane Gendron) sitting the pocket season. Then before the half mile, Lachance came first over with the 1/5 race favorite D Gs De Vito and they were able to slip into the two-hole spot by the turn. When the field reached the backstretch, Lachance moved D Gs De Vito first-over against Sport Emilio BG, and those two locked horns past the three-quarters and around the final turn. Then in the stretch, D Gs De Vito was the strong horse and with a last quarter mile in :29, beat Sport Emilio BG by a half-length in 2:03. SOS Nostoppinmenow was third. It was the second straight win for GD Gs De Vito. The unbeaten son of Sportswriter paid $2.50 to win. He was bred and is owned by Daniel Surprenant of Saint-Valentin. In the sixth race second colt division, it was all YS Sunshine. This son of Sunshine Beach from the top mare Bolero Tallia, was bred and is owned by Yves Sarrazin of La Presentation. Driven by Stephane Gendron, YS Sunshine led from start to finish, holding the field at bay and drawing off in the stretch to win by three lengths in 2:01.2. Guinness Panic (Jonathan Lachance) was second with Angelo Benjo (Rodney La Framboise) third. YS Sunshine is trained by Michel Allard and paid $2.10 to win as the 1/9 wagering favorite. The first of the filly divisions was the fifth race where undefeated Hurryupatthebeach and driver Pascal Berube led from start to finish, scoring with ease by three and one-half lengths in 2:00. Her 2:00 clocking proved to be the fastest of the four divisions. The pocket-sitting D Gs Fairystarts (Jonathan Lachance) was second with Cooking The Speed (Stephane Gendron) third. It was the third straight win for Hurryupatthebeach and a lifetime mark. The daughter of Up The Credit is trained by Pierre Leclerc, who bred and co-owns the filly with Gina Bragagnolo of Louiseville. She paid $3.80 to win. In the eighth race second division of the Future Stars Series for fillies, it was Majekyca and driver Marie Claude Auger giving the early lead away to HP Xanadu and driver Stephane Brosseau. They raced that way until Auger pulled the ear plugs on Majelyca after the three-quarters and they came after HP Xanadu, collared the leader by the top of the stretch and went on to win by one and one-half lengths in 2:02.1. HP Xanadu was second with Broncos Sena (Pascal Berube) third. Trained by Martine Biron, Majelyca is sired by Windfall Blue Chip. She is owned by Bernard Jutras of Becancour, who co-bred her with Biron. She paid $4.60 to win. Track Notes: Requested ($3.70) won the ninth race pace in 1:56 for driver Francis Picard. It was his sixth win at H3R, making him the winningest horse this season. Both Stephanie Brosseau and Stephane Gendron had driving doubles. Coming up Tuesday evening at H3R is the opening round of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old trotting colts and fillies. Post time is 6:30 pm. There is a free program for Tuesday's race card by visiting www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The two-year-old's or "babies" as referred to throughout the industry, make their harness racing debut before the racing fans at the Hippodrome 3R on Sunday, plus it is National Caretaker Appreciation Day in Canada. There are four opening round divisions of the Future Stars Series for colt and filly pacers. For each of the three preliminary rounds of the competition, the purse is $7,500 and then on Sunday, September 9, the top eight point earners will race for $55,000 in the finale. The third race is the first division for the colts. Featured will be D Gs De Vito for owner/breeder Daniel Surprenant of Saint-Valentin. This son of Sportswriter made his pari-mutuel debut last week at H3R and was very impressive with his 2:01.1 victory, the last quarter in :29.2 for driver Jonathan Lachance. They start from post two. The second colt division is the sixth race where YS Sunshine, starting from the rail for driver Stephane Gendron, looks very tough to beat. This colt by Sunshine Beach raced last week at Woodbine-Mohawk Park in the Ontario Sire Stakes Grassroots and was second, race-timed in 1:55.2. His dam, Bolero Tallia, was a 1:51 winner for owner/breeder Yves Sarrazin of La Presentation. The fillies get underway in the fifth race where owner/breeders Gina Bragagnolo and Pierre Leclerc of Louisville have Hurryupatthebeach, already undefeated in two starts, drawing the rail for driver Pascal Berube. This daughter of Up The Credit went wire-to-wire last week at H3R for Berube with a 2:01.4 triumph and plenty to spare. She will face competition from Cooking The Speed (post six), who ships in from the USA after finishing third, race-timed in 1:56.4 at Pocono Downs for owner/breeder Rene Allard and his father, Michel Allard. The eighth race is the second filly division of the Future Stars Series and it is a well-matched field of eight. Early favorites are Majelyca (Windfall Blue Chip) from post one, Broncos Sena (Bolero) in post two and Flower Sena (Windfall Blue Chip) in post seven. This filly already is undefeated in two starts on the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit for Serge Nadeau of Scott, who is not only the trainer, but also the owner and breeder. National Caretaker Appreciation Day This year, Standardbred Canada set up a day to highlight the all too often obscure and unappreciated work of caretakers/grooms, an initiative to be commended for. For the occasion, each racetrack was asked to highlight some of these distinguished employees. At H3R, the designated grooms are Carolann Landry, Sabrina Lord-Bedard and Roxanne Viau. Carolann Landry is a 28-year-old woman employed by Daniel Martin, a passion that comes from her father. She also says that she has learned a lot from Andre Duval. Her greatest joy, of course, is to win with one of her favorites that she cares for throughout the week. Sabrina Lord-Bedard is a 13-year-old girl, the daughter of Nancy Lord and granddaughter of Jean Lord. She is also passionate about horses and is proud to describe the successes they have on the track. Roxanne Viau, Michel Audet's wife, has been associated with the world of racing, and also by his family. Since then, she has been caring for her husband's horses with patience and know-how. Recently, thanks to the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit, she even made her debut in the sulky with successes that do not go unnoticed. She is a big fan of horses and she admires people who like Michel, treat them well. To these three grooms, the management and staff at both the Quebec Club Jockey and the Hippodrome 3R offer their most sincere congratulations, as well as to all those who do the same in the stables of Quebec and the paddock of H3R. One day a year to honor them is not too much. First race post time on Sunday is 12:50 pm. There are free race programs available at www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Harness racing trotting filly Kinnder Prediction picked the perfect spot to score her maiden victory, winning a $10,000 opening round leg of the Breeders Cup Series at the Hippodrome 3R Tuesday evening. The daughter of Northern Escort, driven by Justin Filion, left from her rail starting position and shot right to the lead with Montanalaska and Guy Gagnon following them in second place. It was not until the three-quarters mile marker that Gagnon made his move with Montanalaska, coming first-over against Kinnder Prediction. They were able to nearly collar the race leader as they start down the stretch, but Kinnder Prediction and Filion proved to be too strong and went on to win by a half-length in 2:02.4. Montanalaska was second with Precieuse CC (Clauder Beausoleil), last year's two-year-old champion, finishing third. Bred, owned and trained by Denitza Petrova of Melbourne, it was the first win in nine lifetime starts for Kinnder Prediction. Due to only three fillies entering the race, it was held as a non-wagering event. The colt division of the Breeders Cup saw a full field of ten three-year-old's go behind the starting gate. It was SG Goliath King and driver Sylvain Grenier leaving from post seven and grabbing the early lead with race favorite Nobodynosjustice and driver Guy Gagnon sitting the two-hole trip. Then pulling the pocket before the half mile marker, Gagnon send Nobodynosjustic after SG Goliath and Grenier, but Grenier was not giving up the lead and parked out Gagnon through the backstretch and it was not until after the three-quarters that Nobodynosjustice was able to clear to the lead. Gagnon and Nobodynosjustic then had it easy coming home to win by two and one-quarter lengths in 2:04. SG Goliath King was second and Ganymede Lavec (Jerome Lombart), last year's 2-year-old Champion, was third. It was the first win in seven start this year for Nobodynosjustic. The gelded son of Justice Hall is trained by Dany Fontaine for owner/breeder Gaetan Bono, Inc. of Montreal, paying $3.40 to win. Driver Guy Gagnon had the hot hands Tuesday, winning three races on the program. Track Notes: Coming up this Sunday at the Hippodrome 3R will be the opening round of the Breeders Cup Series for three-year-old pacing colts and fillies. There will be three preliminary rounds with the $65,000 finals on Sunday, September 9. Post time this Sunday is 12:50 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - A large field of ten three-year-old trotting colts and geldings headline the opening round of the Breeders Cup Series at the Hippodrome 3R Tuesday evening. There are three preliminary rounds of competition in the Breeders Cup Series culminating with the top eight point earners in the series eligible for the $65,000 finals in their respective divisions on Super Sunday, September 9. Last year's returning champion, Ganymede Lavec, seeking to regain his winning form of last year that saw him at his best in the $55,000 Future Stars final for breeder, owner and driver Jerome Lombart of Bromont, pulling off a big upset at odds of 17-1. Trained by Andreane Lapierre, Ganymede Lavec is sired by Ganymede and will start from post six in the fifth race feature. Ganymede Lavec is just getting his season underway, making his second start of the year on Tuesday. The race favorite is Nobodysjustce from post post four for driver Guy Gagnon. This gelded son of Justice Hall posted three wins last year, the fastest in 2:00 at Mohawk Raceway. Nobodysjustice has not fared that well this season as he has yet to win in six tries for trainer Dany Fontaine. Last week he raced in the Ontario Sire Stakes Grassroots at Dresden Raceway and was fourth, racetimed in 2:01.4. With ten starters on a half mile oval, eight will go behind the starting gate and the other two will start behind the horses in posts one and two respectively. Other contenders in the large field include SG Goliath King (post seven), Yankee Photo (post 10), who is the only return winner in the field, coming off a lifetime best 2:01.1 victory at Saratoga Raceway, and Orlys Fury (post five). While the colts have a full field of ten starters, the filly division was not that fortunate. They had only three entered in the opening round and will race in a non-wagering heat between the 4th and 5th races on the program. Featured is last year's returning champion, Precieuse CC from post two for trainer/driver Claude Beausoleil. This daughter of Angus Hall had four wins in six starts last year. She has not fared that well in her lone start this year. The main rival in the race will be Denitza Petrova's Kinnder Prediction, who starts from post one and rounding out the short field is Montanalaska (post three). First race post time Tuesday is 6:30 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres - With sunny skies and warm temperatures, the conditions were perfect for a harness racing track record to be set at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday and Hudson Phil made it happen. In the opening round first division of the Breeders Cup Series for three-year-old pacing colts, Hudson Phil put on a show of speed with a four-length romp in 1:53.2 for driver Stephane Brosseau. The third race got underway with Kinnder Jackson (Justin Filion) and Play Jet Hay (Guy Gagnon) battling for the early lead. Filion was able to clear to the front with Kinnder Jackson and then Gagnon came right back to take control with Play Jet Hay in :26.4 for the opening quarter mile. Then it was Hudson Phil's turn to speed things up. As they came off the second turn, Play Jet Hay bared out and made a slight break in stride and allowed just enough room for Brosseau to squeeze between the two horses and take the lead to the half mile marker in :55.2. With Kinnder Jackson in second place, Gagnon continued on the outside with Play Jet Bay and pressed Hudson Phil to the three-quarters in 1:23.4. Then by the stretch drive, Play Jet Bay had enough and began to fade as Hudson Phil went on to win by three and one-half lengths. Play Jet Bay held for second with The prior record for a three-year-old colt was 1:54.1, set by Eveil Dun Champion in 2014. The gelding record was not broken as that is still held by Duc D'Orleans at 1:52.4 in 2013. This was the first track record to be broken this season at H3R. A son of Shanghai Phil, Hudson Phil is trained by Mark Steacy and was bred and is owned by the Hudson Standardbred Stable of Hudson. Hudson Phil paid $2.70 to win. He was a winner of $171,000 last year and this was his second win in eight starts this year. The 1:53.2 clocking was the fastest mile this year at H3R. The ninth race second division of the Breeders Cup Series for colts saw last year's champion, Stock, wire the field with ease for driver Stephane Brosseau. Stock went right to the lead from post five and held the field at bay through the opening quarter mile in :27.4 and to the half mile in :57. Then in the backstretch, Brosseau asked Stock for a little more and the son of Sportswriter pulled away to a ten-length lead after the three-quarters in 1:25.2 and then went on to win in a huge romp by 15 and three-quarters lengths in 1:54.2. Big Mach (Guy Gagnon), who made a break at the start, then rebounded, came first-over in vain but held for second place with Challenge Magic (Jocelyn Gendron) third. It was the second win in nine starts this year for Stock. He is trained by Dany Fountaine and was bred by Sotirios Anastaspoulo of Sainte-Therese and co-owned with Ecurie Gaetan Bono of Montreal. He paid just $2.10 to win. The first division of the Breeders Cup for fillies was the fifth race that started off with Lune Bleu (Pierre Luc Roy) parking out Butterfly GB (Guy Gagnon) until nearly the opening quarter mile in :27.4. Then Butterfly BG led the field past the half mile in :57.4 as D Gs Shadowsbell and driver Jonathan Lachance came after them first-over and the two horses sped to the three-quarters in 1:26.4. D Gs Shadowsbell could not give up and pressed Butterfly BG on the outside until they started down the stretch. It was then that Butterfly BG proved to be the stronger filly, winning by three-quarters of a length in 1:56.2. Lune Bleu was third. It was a lifetime mark for Butterfly BG and the daughter of Sportswriter's second win in nine starts for Gagnon, who also trains the filly. She was bred and is owned by Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy and paid $2.50 to win as the wagering favorite. In the second division, eighth race for the fillies it was all Katniss S BG and driver Pascal Berube. They led from start to finish, had Lit De Rose (Pierre Luc Roy) come first-over and challenge but never was able to collar the leader. Katniss S BG won by two and one-quarter lengths in 1:57 with Miss Rockadale (Guy Gagnon) second with Lit De Rose third. It was the second win in eight starts this year for Katniss S BG. She is sired by Mach Three, trained by Richard Moreau and was bred and is co-owned by Sylvain Descheneaux and Gaston Bibeau or Sorel-Tracy. Katniss S BG paid just $2.30 to win. Pascal Berube led all drivers with a triple on the afternoon and Dany Fontaine sent two winners out from his stable. Track Notes: The opening round of the Breeders Cup for three-year-old trotters kicks off Tuesday evening. There is a full field of ten colts that will battle it out in the fifth race, while only three fillies entered the first race and will compete in a non-wagering race between the 4th and 5th races on the program. First post is 6:30 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club        

Trois-Rivieres, QC - He was the two-year-old harness racing champion pacer in Quebec last year and Stock has now returned to defend his title at age three, competing in one of four divisions of the opening round of the Breeders Cup Series at the Hippodrome 3R on Sunday. Up until last week, Stock was not doing as well as he did last year when he won five of his eight starts for trainer Dany Fountaine and owner-breeder Sotiries Anastasopoulos of Sainte-Therese, who co-owns Stock with Ecurie Gaetan Bono, Inc. of Montreal. So far in 2018, Stock has just one win in eight starts. But that lone win was in his last start, where the colt by Sportswriter romped by seven opening lengths in the Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Series in a lifetime best clocking of 1:51.4, last quarter mile in :27.3. That mile alone has made Stock the overwhelming favorite in the 9th race, the second of two divisions for colt pacers. He will start from post five for driver Stephane Brosseau and goes against minor foes Challenge Magic (post one), Big Mach (post three) and Classic Terror (post four). The first division is the third race where unbeaten Kinnder Jackson goes for his fifth straight win. This son of Allamerican Native is coming off a lifetime best 1:56 mile in his last start for breeder, owner and trainer Denitza Petrova of Melbourne. He starts from post six for driver Justin Filion. "He came out of his last race in very good shape," Petrova said of Kinnder Jackson. "He is feeling very good. I don't know how he will do from post six and there are some nice horses in his race." "I was really impressed with him last week," said Filion. "He does it so easy and I never pulled the ear plugs on him. Tomorrow is depending on race luck, especially when you have an outside post on a half mile track." Other contenders in the field include two newcomers in Play Jet Bay (post one) and Hudson Phil (post two) who was just second by a nose in 1:51.1 last week in the Ontario Sire Stakes Gold division. The fillies see action beginning in the fifth race where H3R's own Lune Bleu goes for her fifth straight win. Last week she once again wired the field for driver Pierre Luc Roy in 2:01.2, the slowest of her four wins this year. She is a daughter of Big Jim, trained by Maxime Velaye and bred and owned by Guy Corbeil of Mirabel. She starts from post two. Her main rival will be the race favorite, Butterfly BG, from post three for trainer/driver Guy Gagnon. She is sired by Sportswriter and was bred and is owned by Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy. Butterfly GB was second this past Thursday at Rideau Carleton Raceway and prior to that had won impressively H3R in 1:57. Contenders include Hammering Haley (post seven), D G's Shadowsbell (post four) and Roxane (post one). Katniss S BG is the favorite in the eighth race second Breeders Cup division for fillies. She starts from post three for driver Pascal Berube and ships in from Clinton Raceway where she was second last week in the Ontario-Kid final for $60,000. Also, in the race is the hometown favorite, All You Can Dream, from post six for driver Stephane Brosseau. This filly by Sportswriter has won two of her three lifetime starts the past month at H3R, the fastest in 1:56 in her pari-mutuel debut mile. Other fillies to watch for include Lit De Rose (post seven), Flash Panic (post two) and Miss Rockadali (post five), who ships in from Rideau Carleton off a sharp victory in 1:55.2. First race post time is 12:50 pm Sunday. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club        

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Harness racing driver Guy Gagnon came into the Hippodrome 3R needing just two victories to score his 5,000th career win and it took him until the last race on the program to get the job done. In the fourth race trot he was able to win with ease aboard Irish Master ($3.80) in 2:03.3. It was a romp as they won by nine and one-quarter lengths. Then Gagnon had to wait until the eighth race, the last on the program to get the job done. He was driving Evergreen Artist ($5.00) and they left from post six and led from start to finish, winning with ease by three and three-quarter lengths in a lifetime best clocking of 1:55. "This horse was just bought and it was its first start with the trainer (Francis Richard)," Gagnon explained. "He said that the horse was ready and it was." "5,000 victories you do not that alone," Gagnon said. "I must thank all of the trainers who gave me the drives over the years. I feel very proud and thank everyone who has supported me in my career." It was just two weeks ago that driver Simon Delisle of Dechambault scored a big upset with his trotting mare and sure enough he was able to do it again at the Hippodrome 3R Tuesday evening. With a change in tactics from her previous start, trainer/driver Simon Delisle and EAU Naturelle was able to again beat race favorite Y S Suzanne and driver Guy Gagnon in the third and final leg of the Quebec-Bred Series. Now the four and five-year-old trotters must wait until Thursday, August 9 when the top eight-point earners in the series return to H3R for their respective $30,000 finals. In the third race division for mares, Delisle went to the lead with EAU Naturelle instead of looking for cover to come off of later in the race as he had done in his last two starts. With Y S Suzanne on their back in the two-hole, Delisle and EAU Naturelle led the field past the opening quarter in :30.3 and that was when driver Stephanie Brosseau came first-over with and pressed to the half mile in a mild 1:01.3.t Brosseau kept the pressure on EAU Naturelle and they raced as a team going into the backstretch. Then Gagnon pulled out from being Delisle with Y S Suzanne and began to follow HP Run Like Mom and then tipped three-wide and looped around HP Run Like Mom as they passed the three-quarters in 1:31.2. Around the final turn Gagnon tried to gain ground on Delisle but could not. Delisle and EAU Naturelle were strong in the stretch and won with ease by two and one-quarter lengths in 2:00.3. Y S Suzanne was second with Linda's Jewel (Mario Lachance) third. Last time out EAU Naturelle beat Y S Suzanne at odds of 22-1. This time it was at odds of 6-1. It was the third win in eight starts this year for the five-year-old daughter of Windsong Espoir. She is owned by Chantal Auger, Raymond Bouffard, Rejean Page and Anne Delisle, all of Quebec. She paid $15.10 to win. The last time EAU Naturelle and Delisle drew the rail post position as she started from tonight, she also won, leading from start to finish. Simon Delisle scored an even bigger upset victory in the very next race, winning with Scout Says at 14-1, paying $31.50 to win. In the horse division of the Quebec-Bred Series, the rivalry continued between Kinnder Dangerous and Capteur De Reve. The sixth race co-feature began with Kinnder Dangerous and driver Justin Filion shooting out to the early lead with Holiday Party (Pascal Berube) following their cover in second place to the opening quarter mile in :29. Then as they came to half mile in 1:00.1, driver Pierre Luc Roy came first-over started moving toward the race leaders. Roy did not charge up and try to pass Kinnder Dangerous. He just allowed Capteur De Reve to sit alongside Filion until the three-quarters in 1:28.4. It was then that Filion asked Kinnder Dangerous for more and Capteur De Reve was not only able to match his speed but was also gaining ground. Coming down the stretch it was a two-horse race, neck and neck, head and head to the finish with Capteur De Reve the strong horse, winning by a neck in 1:58.4. Orlys Dream (Mario Lachance) was third. In four meetings this season, the score is tied with both horses having beaten each other twice. For Capteur De Reve, a four-year-old gelded son of Muscle Mass, it was his second win in five starts this year. He is trained by Maxime Velaye for owner/breeder Ecurie Provoquante of Mirabel, paying $6.30 to win. Track Notes: Requested ($3.60) became the winningest horse at H3R this season, scoring his fifth win, all at H3R, in the seventh race for driver Francis Picard. Live racing resumes at H3R on Sunday, first race post time at 12:50 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club    

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Due to a motorcycle event next to the racetrack, management at the Hippodrome 3R has moved post time on Tuesday night to 7:15 pm. The action on the harness racing track will also be furious as the third leg of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old trotters will take place in two divisions. This is the last chance for horses to earn points to be one of the eight finalists that will race for $30,000 on a special race night, Thursday, August 9 at H3R. The mare's division comes first in the third race as Y S Suzanne will seek revenge against EAU Naturelle for handing her a nose defeat in the second leg. Y S Suzanne will once again try and lead from start to finish for driver Guy Gagnon. The five-year-old mare by Angus Hall has been razor sharp for trainer Blake T Curran, who co-owns the mare with Jason Jamison of Ontario. She has won two of her last three starts, including a 1:56.2 lifetime mark three starts back and has four wins this year. She will start from post three. EAU Naturelle and trainer/driver Simon Delisle pulled off a major upset victory last week over Y S Suzanne at odds of 22-1. Delisle timed it perfectly, getting up in the final stride to the wire in 2:00.4, a lifetime mark for the five-year-old Windsong Espoir mare. It was her third win this year. The horses do battle in the sixth race where once again we see the rivalry continue between Kinnder Dangerous, Capteur De Reve, Holiday Party and now added to the list, KFB Amigo Cool. Kinnder Dangerous is now the hot horse, winning his last start in the series with a very impressive wire-to-wire victory in a lifetime mark of 1:58.1 for driver Justin Filion. Starting from post two on Tuesday, Kinnder Dangerous and Filion will look to once again cut the mile and play catch us if you can. Bred, owned and trained by Denitza Petrova of Melbourne, Kinnder Dangerous has two wins and two seconds in his four starts so far in 2018. Capteur De Reve hopes to put a stop to Kinnder Dangerous winning ways from post six for driver Pierre Luc Roy. It was two starts back that he was able to beat Kinnder Dangerous and will need that effort and maybe a little more from trainer Maxime Velaye. KFB Amigo Cool was a strong second last time out for driver Stephane Brosseau and they could be a factor in the race from post three. Please remember that post time Tuesday is 7:15 pm, not 6:30 pm and for a free race program for Tuesday, just visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The third and final preliminary legs of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old harness racing horses and mares was held Sunday at the Hippodrome 3R. This was the most important leg of the series as horses are vying for points to insure they will make the $30,000 finals that will take place on a special Thursday night race card at H3R on August 9. In the third race, the first division of the Quebec-Bred Series for horses, it was 2017 champion Wildriverbumblebee and driver Stephane Brosseau who sped out to the early lead over Dance With Joe (Daniel Dulude). They went to the opening quarter mile in :27.3. Contend to sit the pocket trip, Dance With Joe followed Wildriverbumblebee to the half mile marker in :57.4. And it was then that driver Pascal Berube made his move first-over with HP Patriote as C L Sportaction (Jonathan Lachance) was following second-over. They raced up the backstretch with HP Patriote slowing gaining ground on the leaders to the three-quarter mile post in 1:27. Then the action really heated up. Danel Dulude wisely backed out of the two-hole trip and swung three-wide to try and loop the leaders. As they started down the stretch, Wildriverbumblebee began to fade as HP Patriote still had strong momentum and was able to hold off Dance With Joe to win by three-quarters of a length in 1:56.1. Wildriverbumblebee held for third place. It was the sixth win this year for HP Patriote, a four-year-old gelding by Vintage Master, who is trained by Gerard Demers and owned by Les Ecuries GLF, Inc. of St. Andre-Avelin and Claude Hamel of Ayers'S Cliff and paid $5.80 to win. HP Patriote was the Quebec-Series champion in 2016 at age three. In the eighth race Quebec-Bred Series for mares it was a story of the lead changing maybe five times during the one mile race. It started out with Queen Elsa (Stephane Gendron) going to the early lead with Skyfall Sena (Jonathan Lachance) getting the pocket-seat, but before the opening quarter mile in :28.1, Imagine Speed (Tyler Jones) was first-over and cleared to the lead, only to have Queen Else and Gendron re-take control of the race. Then after the half mile marker in :58, Art De Gagnee (Pierre Luc Roy) came first-over and as Imagine Speed started to fade in the pocket, and Art De Gagnee dropped into the two-hole, still behind Queen Elsa. In the backstretch, it was Wild River Swan (Francis Picard) ending up first-over at the three-quarters in 1:27. Then Queen Elsa began to fade on the final turn, putting Wild River Swan on the lead with Art De Gagnee coming after her and three-wide from the back of the pack was HP Sissy and driver Stephane Brosseau. But they did not have enough momentum to catch Wild River Swan, who pulled off the upset win by one and three-quarter lengths in 1:57.4 over HP Sissy and Art De Gagnee. It was the second win in five starts this year for Wild River Swan. She is the older sister (by one year) of Wildriverbumblebee. Both are sired by Sportswriter from the Mach Three mare, Alcor Semalu. She is trained by Harold Duguay and is owned by Dr. John Bradbury of Brookshire-Eaton. She paid $31.30 to win. Pascal Berube was on fire at H3R Sunday, winning four races on the program. Stephane Brosseau had three wins and trainer Charles Gaudreault sent out two winners from his stable. Track Notes: There is a change in post time for this Tuesday, July 10 at H3R. Post time will be 7:15 pm, 45 minutes later than normal due to a motorcycle event next to the racetrack. Tuesday's card featured the final leg of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old trotters. Top trotters entered include Kinnder Dangerous, KFB Amigo Cool, Capteur De Reve, Y S Suzanne and EAU Naturelle. Please remember post time Tuesday is at 7:15 pm. For more information or a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club      

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