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Lather Up, the equal fastest harness racing horse of all-time and a member of the dominant Cam Fella sire line from a maternal family bereft of the blood of Western Hanover, Abercrombie and co, provides broodmare owners with a number of options for their matrons. The brilliant, young stallion – he was foaled in 2015 - is bred on the Bettor’s Delight over Christian Cullen / In The Pocket cross, one of the golden crosses of Australasian racing today. No fewer than five million dollar earners have emanated from this cross, as depicted in Table A. As an extension to this theory, Lather Up, though twice removed from Bettor’s Delight, should nick particularly well with the daughters of the numerous Direct Scooter line stallions in the southern hemisphere.  They include In The Pocket, Christian Cullen, Courage Under Fire, Mach Three, Somebeachsomewhere, Extreme Three, Royal Mattjesty, Changeover, Tinted Cloud, Rob Roy Mattgregor and others. However, as Table B shows, Bettor’s Delight is nicking even more successfully with mares from a wide variety of other sire lines. Bettor’s Delight has produced million dollar winners from daughters of Artsplace, Albatross, Cam Fella, Jate Lobell, Beach Towel and Most Happy Fella sons, grandsons and great grandsons. As Table B exemplifies, Lather Up should prove a suitable match for all mares by Artsplace, Western Hanover, Albatross, Cam Fella sire line stallions and others. These include daughters of Art Major, Perfect Art, Albert Albert, Grinfromeartoear, Sportswriter, Artiscape, Dream Away, Modern Art, Astreos, Badlands Hanover, Western Terror, American Ideal, Ponder, Jereme’s Jet, Holmes Hanover, Torado Hanover, Tompkins Hanover, Fake Left, Armbro Operative, Presidential Ball and Pacific Fella. Lather Up Table C is for your interest and shows the progeny of Bettor's Delight dam sires of the million dollar plus earners in North America.   TABLE A Leading Stakes winners by Bettor’s Delight from Direct Scooter line mares Horse                                      Stakes             Damsire                      Dam Grandsire Lazarus                                    $4,125,988      Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Chicago Bull                            $1,776,980      Christian Cullen          In The Pocket The Gold Ace                           $1,180,401      In The Pocket            Direct Scooter Ohoka Punter                          $1,177,323      Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Texican                                    $1,035,016      In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Dream Out Loud                     $998,243         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Highview Tommy                    $990,015         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Thefixer                                   $978,500         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Flaming Flutter                        $815,235         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Bettor’s Strike                         $789,864         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Spanish Armada                      $787,470         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket The More The Bettor               $745,729         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Mossdale Conner                    $589,134         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Let’s Chase The Dream           $587,701         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Belle Of Montana                     $574,305         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Galactic Star                            $529,722         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Katy Perry                                $517,733         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Maxim                                     $494,436         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Jesse Duke                            $451,356         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter None Bettor                            $445,233         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Im Anothermasterpiece          $444,980         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Pa’s Ultimate Delight              $424,185         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Lachie Maguire                       $420,767         In The Pocket            Direct Scooter Hurricane Harley                    $419,340         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Wrapper’s Delight                  $414,224         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Motu Premier                         $391,078         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Ohoka’s Bundy                      $388,148         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Better B Chevron                   $387,171         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Self Assured                          $362,241         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Bettorthanspecial                   $353,586         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket My Kiwi Mate                         $349,632         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Dancing Diamonds                $343,276         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Stormont Czar                        $333,840         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Gina Grace                            $318,951         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Our Bettor Spirits                    $310,633         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Willow                                     $304,416         In The Pocket              Direct Scooter Ana Malak                              $300,611         Tinted Cloud                In The Pocket God Send                               $293,077         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Ashley Locaz                          $275,934         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Express Stride                        $273,605         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Zach Maguire                         $266,255         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Burnaholeinmypocket             $262,188         Christian Cullen          In The Pocket Roman Stride                          $261,513         Direct Scooter           Sampson Direct Linda Lovegrace                     $257,618         In The Pocket             Direct Scooter Musical Delight                       $248,940         In The Pocket             Direct Scooter Dr Susan                                 $246,883         Mach Three               Matt’s Scooter Bettor's Delight TABLE B Leading Stakes winners by Bettor’s Delight from non-Direct Scooter line mares Horse                                      Stakes             Damsire                      Dam Grandsire Bit Of A Legend                       $2,667,957      Soky’s Atom                 Albatross Tiger Tara                                 $2,375,065      Dream Away               Artsplace Beautide                                  $2,183,132      Ticket To Heaven        No Nukes Have Faith In Me                    $1,693,187      B G’s Bunny                 Albatross Adore Me                                $1,667,029      B G’s Bunny                 Albatross Dream About Me                    $1,375,085      Dream Away                Artsplace Caribbean Blaster                   $1,113,677      Safely Kept                  Jate Lobell Spankem                                 $1,077,582      Holmes Hanover         Albatross Arden Rooney                         $1,070,230      Walton Hanover          Big Towner Bettor’s Fire                            $1,038,177      Sands A Flyin              Beach Towel Bettor Cover Lover                 $1,026,427      What’s Next                Most Happy Fella Ultimate Machete                      $823,896         Armbro Operative      Cam Fella Border Control                          $767,692         Artsplace                     Abercrombie Piccadilly Princess                    $733,842         Holmes Hanover         Albatross Carabella                                  $693,615         Artsplace                     Abercrombie Alberto Contador                      $674,458         Albert Albert               Abercrombie Five Card Draw                        $654,090         Butler B G                   Albatross Partyon                                    $638,261         Beach Towel               French Chef Suave Stuey Lombo               $587,032         Classic Garry               Garry Rowan Aussie Made Lombo               $578,456         Troublemaker              Most Happy Fella Bettor Joy                                $567,680         Road Machine            On The Road Again Malak Oswaad                         $566,058         The Big Dog                Dexter Nukes Betabcool                                $556,999         Sands A Flyin               Beach Towel Lover’s Delight                        $555,473         Butler B G                   Albatross Hug The Wind                         $548,660         Dream Away               Artsplace Northview Punter                    $535,466         On The Road Again     Happy Motoring Bettor Rock On                       $521,856         Caprock                       Jate Lobell Be Jack’s Legend                   $508,464         Falcon Seelster            Warm Breeze Delightful Memphis                $507,811         Badlands Hanover       Western Hanover Dodolicious                             $501,041         Troublemaker             Most Happy Fella Kept Under Wraps                  $493,070         Safely Kept                  Jate Lobell Devendra                                $483,544         Walton Hanover          Big Towner She’s Just A Delight               $467,358         Holmes Hanover         Albatross Im Gorgeous - The sire of Lather Up I'm Gorgeous taking his two-year-old record of 1:50.4 Multiple stakes-winning son of North America's leading stallion Bettors Delight. At two, Im Gorgeous won four of eight starts, including victories in the Tompkins Geers, New York Sire Stakes, and an elimination of the Woodrow Wilson, where he established a freshman record of 1:50.4. At three, victories included a $200,000 division of the Battle of Brandywine, as well as eliminations in two legs of Pacing's Triple Crown. In the 2010 Jug final he was race-timed in 1:49.4 when he finished second to Rock N Roll Heaven in a World Record clocking. Table C is for your interest and shows the progeny of Bettor's Delight dam sires of the million dollar plus earners in North America. All Bets Off                            $3,186,658           Dexter Nukes               Horton Hanover Darlins Delight                      $3,103,100           Big Towner                   Bret Hanover Bettor Sweet                         $2,816,687           Falcons Future             Nero Southwind Tempo                 $2,445,541           Artsplace                      Big Towner Betting Line                           $2,238,518          Western Hanover         Camtastic Bettors Edge                         $2,204,531           Life Sign                      Jate Lobell           Bettors Wish                         $2,095,808           Western Ideal               Artiscape Caviart Ally                           $1,971,238           No Nukes                     Nihilator L A Delight                            $1,782,999          Western Hanover        Camluck Betterthancheddar                 $1,636,086          Camstastic                 Adios Vic Kenneth J                              $1,592,755           Artsplace                    Nihilator See You At Peelers               $1,566,900           Western Ideal            Dragons Lair   Forensic Z Tam                     $1,352,406          Falcon Seelster          Governor Skipper Dynamic Youth                      $1,227,793         Western Hanover        Artsplace Venus Delight                        $1,203,590         Run The Table             On The Road Again Vegas Vacation                      $1,176,368        Grinfromeartoear         Jate Lobell Domethatagain                      $1,167,275         Life Sign                      No NUkes      Hulas Z Tam                          $1,076,610          Artsplace                    Big Towner Fashion Delight                     $1,074,448          Artsplace                     Big Towner   Symphony In Motion              $1,065,949         Albert Albert                Direct Scooter Bettors Up                              $1,028,481        Western Hanover         Abercrombie Up Front Kellie Jo                   $1,016,944        Life Sign                      Race Time   Peter Wharton                

Woodlands Stud is proud to announce that the world’s fastest pacer Lather Up is set to join their imposing roster in the 2020/21 harness racing season. In a major coup for Australasian breeders the World Champion $1.9 million earner will shuttle from America to join Bettor’s Delight, American Ideal, Sweet Lou, Downbytheseaside, What The Hill and Speeding Spur. Lather Up will be standing in Australia alongside star sire American Ideal at prominent Victorian farm Northern Rivers Equine. Woodlands Stud has enjoyed a very successful relationship with Dr Kath Mcintosh’s Kyabram base and with the arrival of the World’s fastest pacer this will continue in the 2020/21 season  Lather Up is one of the greatest horses of his time. He broke two world records and became the fastest four-year-old horse in history, the equal fastest horse in history over a mile and the single fastest horse in history over a mile and one eighth. He raced against all-comers and broke seven track records as a two, three and four-year-old as well as two world records as a four-year-old. He was a very good two-year-old, a top three-year-old and a world champion four-year-old. At two, Lather Up set the track record for a two-year-colt pacer winning in 1:52.2h. At three, he won a heat of The Little Brown Jug in 1:49.3h (half-mile track), and the $1 million North American Cup elimination and Final in 1:48.1. And at four, he set a world record 1:46 for a mile and a world record of 1:59.2 for a mile and one-eighth. North American Cup When he took his 1:46 world record he raced at the Meadowlands against 10 runners and won by open lengths against an incredible group - including six millionaires. He then backed that world record up the following week with his other world record, going 1:59.2 over a mile and an eighth pacing his first mile in 1:46.3. The Graduate Final in 1:46 The Sam McKee Memorial Just when one thought they had seen it all, a first quarter in :24.4, a favorite who looked hopelessly beaten in the stretch came a Phoenix out of the ashes as Lather Up showed what the heart of a champion can do even when a victory seemed out of the question. With a final time of 1:47.2, Lather Up turned in a stunning performance to capture the 26th edition of the $330,000 Dan Patch Stakes at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday, August 9. -The Hambletonian Society The $330,000 Dan Patch Stakes His sire, I'm Gorgeous by Bettor's Delight, was among the top colts of his year winning a heat of the Little Brown Jug in 1:50.4 and finished a close second to 'Horse Of The Year' Rock N Roll Heaven in the $410,000 final. He has a tremendous maternal line as well, with his super dam being one of the best producers by In The Pocket, leaving 9 significant winners, 5 of them in under 1:51.  His pedigree combines two of the greatest producing sires ever down under in Bettor's Delight and In The Pocket but they are far enough removed to be able to be bred to almost all mares across Australasia. His book is full and closed in America for his first season as a sire and with his speed, conformation, gait, looks and pedigree he is set to make his mark on the Australasian harness racing industry too. Lather Up will be available via fresh, chilled semen throughout Australasia and his 2020/21 service fee will be $6,000 + GST in New Zealand and $6,600 GST Inc in Australia, with discounts available. For bookings or inquires about Lather Up in New Zealand please contact Stacey White on 021 595 492 or via email stacey@woodlandsstud.co.nz and in Australia contact Mark Hughes on 04 5165 0707 or via email mark@woodlandsstud.co.nz Harnesslink Media

Columbus, OH — The U.S. Trotting Association, in conjunction with EquineX, has announced a new weekly harness racing video series entitled “A Look Back at Grand Circuit History” beginning on Friday (May 1). The ‘Look Back’ will allow viewers to reminisce about some of harness racing’s greatest historical moments throughout the years. The replays will be viewable on the USTA Facebook Page and USTA YouTube Channel. Following is the schedule for the “A Look Back at Grand Circuit History” series: Friday, May 1 – 2019 Dexter Cup won by Osterc Friday, May 15 – 2005 Arthur J. Cutler Memorial won by Mr Muscleman Friday, May 22 – 2019 Graduate Final won by Lather Up Tuesday, May 26 – 1998 Elitloppet won by Moni Maker Friday, May 29 – 2015 Molson Pace (Camluck Classic) won by State Treasurer Friday, June 5 – 2015 Battle of Lake Erie won by Foiled Again To watch the videos, visit the USTA Facebook Page by clicking here or the USTA YouTube Channel by clicking here. from the USTA Communications Department

Lather Up’s ownership announced on Friday (Nov. 15) the decision to stand their world champion at Sugar Valley Farm in Ohio rather than at the new Diamond Creek farm in New York. “When we saw the overwhelming reception on the part of Ohio breeders coupled with that of top breeders from other states who appreciate the convenience of shipped semen, Adam [Bowden] and I thought it best to stand the horse in Ohio,” said Duncan Taylor of Taylor Made Farm. “He will be standing at Sugar Valley Farm as a Diamond Creek / Taylor Made Stallion. “We could not be more excited about the addition of Lather Up, the co-fastest horse on the planet, to our stellar roster,” Joe McLead of Sugar Valley Farm said. “With Ohio re-establishing itself as a top state in the industry with a top notch stakes program and opportunities galore, it became more apparent to us at Sugar Valley to continue the full court press to bring Lather Up back to Ohio. “Our industry has the appeal of the most prolific thoroughbred operation, in Duncan Taylor & Taylor Made Farm, wanting to be a part of Ohio’s program. It is quite humbling to be working alongside of them, standing the fastest pacer in Lather Up and a champion trotter in What The Hill. Working with Adam Bowden and Diamond Creek Farm while standing Downbytheseaside has been tremendous.” Lather Up was described by the Daily Racing Form as “the fastest horse in harness racing history” when he equaled Always B Miki’s world record time for the mile in 1:46. He also set multiple track records from ages 2 to 4. Lather Up established a new track record in one of every five starts, an achievement that will likely define him as one of the most accomplished Standardbreds . All inquiries regarding season or share purchases should be directed to Diamond Creek Farm. Lather Up in The Haughton Final  The $230,200 Sam McKee Memorial for free-for-all pacers on Saturday (Aug. 3) at The Meadowlands was one more sizzling showcase for Lather Up as the pacer broke the 1-1/8 mile record, winning in a world record 1:59.2. Hear from Montrell Teague and Sam Mckee's family On July 6, 2019, Montrell Teague drove the four year old pacer Lather Up to a winning victory in 1:46 flat. That time equals the fastest mile in the history the sport! Lather Up, who resides in Delaware, is trained by Clyde Francis and owned by Harrington residents Gary & Barbara Isles. In this segment was talk with Montrell about this eye popping mile!

Lather Up 1:46, the co-fastest standardbred of all-time and the winner of the 2018 North America Cup, will stand his first season at the new Diamond Creek Farm at Davenport, New York next year. His service fee will be $7,500. A grandson of the mighty Bettor’s Delight, Lather Up is a striking young horse – he was foaled in 2015 – in every respect, a bold striding pacer and one who boasts ‘black type’ in every remove of his pedigree. In a career spanning three years, Lather Up raced on 37 occasions for 23 wins and seven placings for $1,735,623 in stakes – an average of an amazing $46,909 per start. He established six track records at two, three and four years and retired as North America’s fastest and second richest pacing entire for 2019. As a two-year-old Lather Up won at four of his seven appearances including Ohio Sires Stakes divisions in a stunning track record 1:51.2 at Scioto Downs, 1:51.8 at Dover Downs and 1:52.4 at Northfield Park. Lather Up returned with a vengeance as a three-year-old, winning his first five starts including a track record of 1:50 in a division of the Ohio Sires Stakes at Miami Valley Raceway. The colt put an exclamation mark on his sophomore campaign with a dominant front-end score in the $760,000 North America Cup in 1:48.2 at Woodbine Mohawk Park, powering home in 26.6 to win by four lengths. He won the fastest elimination in 1:49.2 a week earlier. Lather Up made a clean sweep of the Ohio Sires Stakes, breaking his own track standard in the $275,000 Final at Scioto Downs in 1:49.6 on a rain-dampened surface. Among his other successes at three were a $102,000 heat of the Little Brown Jug in 1:49.6 (close third in final), the $60,000 Director of Agriculture Pace at Scioto Downs in a track record 1:49.8, the $46,000 Somebeachsomewhere in 1:50.6 at Mohawk and Ohio Sires Stakes divisions in 1:50 and 1:50.4, while he finished second in the $530,000 Breeders Crown at Pocono Downs. He finished the season with 11 wins from 18 starts and a bankroll of $893,512 and was the third richest pacing colt of his year. As a four-year-old Lather Up won eight with two placings from 12 starts and $768,011 and was among the top bracket in America’s tough open class ranks. Lather Up took the harness racing world by storm with a series of jaw-dropping performances at The Meadowlands during July and August this year. Competing in the $250,000 Graduate Series Final, the Ohio bred champion stopped the clock in 1:46 – he paced quarters in 25.6, 26.4, 27.2 and 26.8 – to win by 2-1/4 lengths and appearing to ‘barely break a sweat’. The time matched Always B Miki’s world record set three years earlier and hoisted a new standard for four-year-old pacers, besting the previous mark held by Warrawee Needy and Dr J Hanover by two-fifths of a second. Lather Up established his second world record with a 1:59.2 victory over nine furlongs – he reached the mile marker in 1:46.6 - in the $230,200 Sam McKee Memorial. Starting from post nine, he blasted straight to the top, fended off challenges from McWicked and This Is The Plan and continued to roll to win eventually by two lengths. Sandwiched between his world record-breaking performances, Lather Up captured the $423,000 William Haughton Memorial over nine furlongs, leading throughout and scoring by a length. The Graduate Final - 1:46 WM. Haughton Memorial Sam McKee Memorial He continued his record-setting trend with a 1:47.4 clocking to equal Sweet Lou’s Hoosier Park track and race record in the $330,000 Dan Patch Invitational, beating McWicked by two lengths with the last quarter in 25.8. Lather Up’s other major achievements at four were winning the $73,000 Graduate Series at Mohawk in 1:50.2, the Ben Franklin elimination in 1:50.2 at Pocono Downs and a head second in the $393,000 Canadian Pacing Derby in 1:48.4 at Mohawk at his final appearance. Lather Up is a most interestingly bred horse. He is a son of the Tompkins-Geers and Little Brown Jug heat winner I’m Gorgeous 3, Q1:50 ($633,773), who had restricted stud chances but who is credited with nine in 1:54 and two in 1:51 – Lather Up and the Ohio Sires Stakes champion Miss Me Yet. I’m Gorgeous was by Bettor’s Delight from the Miss New Jersey winner Joy 1:53.6 (winner of $536,237). Lather Up belongs to a noted female line, his dam Pocket Comb (1:56.4) being by In The Pocket (1:49.6), champion sire and broodmare sire from Shampoo Girl (1:59.6), the dam of millionaire pacer Crew Cut Zach (1:51.4). Pocket Comb, the dam of Lather Up, has proved a prolific broodmare. She is also the dam of Barber Pole (1:49), Lather Machine (1:50.2), Shaving Mug (1:51.8) and Love That Cut (1:53.6). Bred on the same cross as Lazarus, Chicago Bull, Ohoka Punter and Thefixer, Lather Up has everything in his favour – a superb racing record, an impeccable background of blood and he looks the part. Peter Wharton

MILTON, ON - August 20, 2019 - World champion Lather Up and defending champion McWicked headline a group of nine entrants for this year's $525,000 Canadian Pacing Derby. The entry box for Canada's oldest harness stakes race closed Tuesday morning with nine older pacers entered. Eliminations will not be required for this year's edition of the Canadian Pacing Derby and all nine will compete in the $525,000 final on Saturday, August 31 at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Lather Up, the co-fastest Standardbred of all-time, will return to the site of his richest victory and attempt to add another lucrative victory to his dream season. The four-year-old captured last year's $1 million Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Park and earlier this season matched Always B Miki's world record of 1:46 at The Meadowlands. Trained by Clyde Francis, Lather Up is undefeated in six career starts at Mohawk Park. The son of Im Gorgeous is currently riding a four-race win streak, which includes victories in the Dan Patch, Sam McKee Memorial, Haughton Memorial and Graduate Series, to bring his season record to eight wins in 11 starts and career record to 23 wins in 36 starts. A 50 per cent interest in Lather Up was recently purchased by Taylor Made Sales and Stallions, who owned last year's 'Pacing Derby' runner-up Lazarus N. The ownership group of Lather Up consists of his breeders Gary & Barbara Iles, George Teague and Taylor Made Stallions. The four-year-old currently sits at $1.7 million in career earnings. Casie Coleman trainee McWicked is returning to defend his 'Pacing Derby' title. The eight-year-old captured last year's edition in convincing fashion en route to being named the Horse of the Year in both Canada and the US. McWicked continues to add to incredible legacy with over $500,000 earned this season to bring his career earnings to $4.5 million for owner Ed James' S S G Stables. The superstar pacer led all Standardbreds in earnings last season, becoming the oldest horse in 43 years to top the money standings. He is also the oldest horse in harness racing history to receive Horse of the Year honours. The Coleman trained McWicked most recently captured the Roll With Joe last Sunday afternoon at Tioga. Lather Up and McWicked have competed against each other five-times this season. The season-series currently favours Lather Up, who has scored victories in four of those five meetings. Ron Burke trainee This Is The Plan heads towards the Canadian Pacing Derby with plenty of momentum on his side. The four-year-old gelding captured last Sunday's Prix D'Ete at Hippodrome 3R in a Canadian record of 1:49.1. This Is The Plan's only other victory this season came against four of his 'Pacing Derby' rivals in the $500,000 Ben Franklin at Pocono. He sports the second highest seasonal earnings in the field with $651,868 collected in 13 starts. Done Well and Filibuster Hanover join This Is The Plan to make up a trio of competitors in this year's edition from the Burke barn. There are plenty of local hopefuls joining McWicked in this year's 'Pacing Derby. Dr. Ian Moore trainee Casimir Richie P, Blake MacIntosh trainee Courtly Choice, Richard Moreau trainee Jimmy Freight and Carmen Auciello trainee Western Fame will all compete in the $525,000 contest. Courtly Choice captured last year's Little Brown Jug and tuned up last Saturday for the 'Pacing Derby' with a 1:49 victory in the Preferred at Mohawk Park. He's won three of 10 stars to this point in his four-year-old campaign. Casimir Richie P has quietly risen to the Preferred ranks during his four-year-old season, posting six wins in 15 starts. Despite just one win this season, Jimmy Freight has banked more than $250,000 in 11 starts. The four-year-old's lone victory came in the Mohawk Gold Cup and he's also finished second in the Confederation Cup and Battle of Lake Erie. Levy Series winner Western Fame ranks third among the nine entrants in seasonal earnings with $551,400 earned in 13 starts this season. The six-year-old joined the barn of Auciello for his most recent effort, a second-place finish to Courtly Choice in last Saturday's Preferred. The nine entrants in this year's Canadian Pacing Derby have combined career earnings of $14.2 million. The draw for the $525,000 Canadian Pacing Derby final will take place Saturday evening (August 24). The $600,000 Maple Leaf Trot joins the 'Pacing Derby' to headline an huge stakes program on August 31 at Mohawk Park. The entrants for this year's Canadian Pacing Derby are listed in alphabetical order: Casimir Richie P Courtly Choice Done Well Filibuster Hanover Jimmy Freight Lather Up McWicked This Is The Plan Western Fame by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment

A 50 percent share of the world’s co-fastest harness horse, Lather Up, has been sold to a group headed by Taylor Made Sales and Stallions, it was reported by Ernie Martinez of Martinez Equine, who brokered Taylor Made’s previous Standardbred entity, the imported Down Under Lazarus N. “We were pleased with the reception accorded Lazarus N in his first breeding season at Deo Volente Farms and are confident this co-world champion Lather Up will be proportionately received,” offered Taylor Made’s CEO Duncan Taylor. According to Martinez, “Further details will be released as they become available; for now it’s on to Hoosier Park for tonight’s running of the Dan Patch.”  

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