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    Soho Wall Street, 1.50.0 at the Meadowlands last Saturday night, Best Time here 1.56.7, To be fair he mostly raced around GP here and itís an 800m Track

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    Waikiki Beach 1:50.4/5 at Meadowlands Sat 18 May. He had lost his form, perhaps itís coming back.

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    Thanks Grinder, I managed to find the replay, He went nice and the track was pretty wet

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    Big weekend of action coming up

    On Sunday May 27 at Harrahs Philadelphia we will see ex-Aust and NZ pacers:
    Heaven Rocks in $150k Commodore Barry Invitational, Race 12
    Shartin in $150k Betsy Ross (Mares) Invitational, Race 11
    Nike Franco, Race 9
    Christen Me, Race 14
    Waikiki Beach, Race 2

    Also on Sunday 27 May at Northfield Park, Anythingforlove in Race 6.
    Last edited by Grinder; 3 Days Ago at 10:39 PM. Reason: Added Waikiki Beach

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    Meanwhile, in Canada at Western Fair Raceway on Saturday 26 May
    Bit of a Legend in $150k Camluck Classic Invitational, Race 12. He won this race last year (when it was named the Molson Pace) and starts as favourite this year.
    Last edited by Grinder; 3 Days Ago at 10:36 PM. Reason: Corrected spelling error

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grinder View Post
    On Sunday May 27 at Harrahs Philadelphia we will see ex-Aust and NZ pacers:
    Heaven Rocks in $150k Commodore Barry Invitational, Race 12
    Shartin in $150k Betsy Ross (Mares) Invitational, Race 11
    Nike Franco, Race 9
    Christen Me, Race 14
    Waikiki Beach, Race 2

    Also on Sunday 27 May at Northfield Park, Anythingforlove in Race 6.
    Race 14 - how long is their program? How long between races?
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    Just had a glance at a couple of meets Kev, 20 minutes between races at the Meadowlands and 18 minutes at Pocono

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    At Harrah’s Philadelphia on Sunday it is 20 mins between races. Race 1 at 12.30pm and race 14 at 5pm. I will add that I have rarely seen a US harness program run on time.

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    The NA tracks, which are privately owned, do usually run large cards with short intervals between races, but there is little communication between tracks with regard to scheduling racedays and race cards and with no central wagering or broadcasting entity much of the racing tramples over each other in the simulcasting space with negative impacts on wagering returns. There are attempts being made to improve this because the declining horse population is making it difficult to fill the large cards and to improve wagering returns from simulcast to the tracks and the trainers. 14 race cards and 20 minute intervals may increasingly be a thing of the past there soon Kev

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