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ENTRY SYSTEM

York will only accept entries IN WRITING. An email address and text number have been set up for owners, trainers and drivers to use. Any entries NOT in writing, received before the closing date and without the required details will NOT be accepted and will not be included on start sheets and racecards.

Entry Conditions:
1. All entries MUST be received in writing via text - 07864 824606

2. All entries MUST detail horse name, owner, trainer, driver and horses grade.

3. All entries MUST be received before advertised closing dates

4. Preference in multiple entry situations will be given to owner.

5. Racecards will be published on www.bhrc.co.uk and www.yorkharnessraceway.com

6. All prize money (subject to BHRC Integrity Testing) will be paid out in cash immediately after racing.

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York Harness Raceway 2014

Qualifying and Work Out
Qualifying Race - 20 per horseWork Outs - 10 per horse
No limits to number of races
AUGUST
Saturday 30th @ 2pmAssorted Graded Races
Two Le Trot Races
Prakas Trot
SEPTEMBER
Saturday 20th @ 2pmCHAMPIONS DAY
Rising Starzzz 2YO
Rising Starzzz 3YO
STAGBI Broodmares Pace
Sid Harker FFA
Le Trot Races
Roosevelt Trot Series
Up to three additional races
Saturday 27th @ 2pmThe Mystery Low Grade Heats and Final
Le Trot Race
Maiden/Novice/High Grade OPH supporting races
OCTOBER
Saturday 4th @ 11amSALE DAY
Racing Follows Sale:
Bookmakers Heats & Final
4YO Bullet Series
Le Trot Races
Saturday 11th @ 2pmDaniel Welling Memorial Heats & Final
Le Trot Races
Assorted Graded Races
Saturday 18th @ 2pmDennis Leonard Heats & Final
Le Trot
Supporting Races

News

YORK STANDARDBRED HORSE SALE - Saturday 4th October
Be part of the fastest growing Horse Sale for the Standardbred horse in the UK. 2013 was a record breaking sale, sure to be improved on for 2014.
Sales starts at 11am. Followed in the afternoon by racing. Entries close Saturday 6th September. Entries on official form only. Read More...


POLITE NOTICE - YORK HARNESS RACEWAY
All enquiries for the 2014 racing season must come directly through the manager/promoter.
Contact number:- 07864 824606 / 07866 623599.


YORK NOMINATION DATES EXTENDED
Nomination dates have been extended for York races in 2014 to 1st April.
Download Entry Forms . . . . Read More...


NEW CONTACT NUMBER
Please use this number for entries and contact for York Harness Raceway in the forthcoming 2014 season -
07864 824606
If you wish to receive updates from York for the forthcoming season please text your name to 07864 824606.


YORK ANNUAL DINNER DANCE - LAST CALL FOR TICKETS
The York Harness Raceway Annual Dinner Dance will be held at The Bridge Inn, Walshford on Saturday 1st March 2014 at 7.30pm.
Tickets 25 per Adult, 15 per Junior (under 12). Includes three course carvery meal and entertainment (til 1am). Contact Margaret on 07837 956589 or Viv on 07718 655013. LAST CALL.
YORK LEADING LIST 2013: Owner: Peter Mather (7 wins), Trainer: Alexis Laidler (19 wins), Driver: William Laidler (18 wins).


17-Oct-2013 CAMDEN STUD SMASHES UK SALE RECORD
At the Annual York Standardbred Sale on Saturday 5th October 2013, Camden Stud had a tremendous day when the yearlings on offer sold for remarkable prices and the much sought after Lot 13 ALEXANDER CAMDEN smashed the yearling record sale of 24,000 for Rhyds Five Star in 2008 when the gavel fell at 38,000.
Alexander Camden is without doubt the finest bred yearling ever to go on public auction in the British Isles . . . . Read More...


18-Sep-2012 PRESS RELEASE:
Camden Stud would like to congratulate the connections of the latest batch of Camden bred winners.
Camden Callan wins at Hartington on Sept 16th. By derby winning sire Yankee Lariat, Callan is out of Rose Croix who paced 1:51.4 herself as a three year old and is a valued member of the Camden broodmare band.
Callan is also a half-brother to Mattgenta p, 1:50.8 and is a sire standing in the UK at present. Camden Callan has now won 50% of his lifetime starts and has a bright future.


30-Aug-2012 PRESS RELEASE:
Camden Stud have acquired yet another proven broodmare to add to the ever increasing band.
SECOND SYMPHONY by super sire Abercrombie oo Gay Violin has already bred CUZ SHE CAN p,5,1:49:4f (m, Cambest) Winner of 26 races and $782,409.
She has also bred SHANE HALL p,4,1:52:1s (h, Cambest) Winner of 14 races and $196,036, SPEEDTRAP HALL p,7,1:51:4m (h, Cambest) Winner of 17 races and $98,909 and SHOCKER HALL p,5,1:53.2f (h, Cambest) Winner of 18 races and $87,890.


29-Aug-2012 PRESS RELEASE:
The Camden Stud bred yet another winner last night when CAMDEN GRAVANO won her maiden at Kilnsey.
Owned by Mick Peacock and acquired by him at the annual York Sale back in 2009 Gravano is by derby winning sire Yankee Lariat out of Magical K9 (The Big Red Dog/Saidee Jo Hanover).
The 3 year old filly trained by John Gill has made a bright start to her career and the family boasts Camden Lock as a half brother who has won multiple races in England (York) Scotland (Corbiewood) and Wales (Tir Prince) so far in 2012.


28-Aug-2012 PRESS RELEASE
Camden Stud wish to congratulate the Morton Family from Falkirk, the winning connections of CAMDEN DANIEL who won the Little Welsh Dragon at Amman Valley on 26th August.A winner of the Junior Welsh Dragon last year, the 3 year old by Yankee Cruiser out of Roarin Good Time picked up 3600 for his efforts bringing his total lifetime winnings to 10,350. Camden Daniel has now won 6 of his 12 lifetime starts and undoubtedly has a bright future ahead of him.
Earlier on in the season he won the prestigious York Derby and 3,000 in prizemoney.
The dam of Daniel, Roarin Good Time also has a yearling filly by Yankee Lariat p 1.50.4m called CAMDEN CHLOE up for auction in the forthcoming York sale and having now proven himself as a derby winning sire (of Camden Jimmy winner of the Irish Derby) Camden Chloe is bound to attract a lot of interest at the annual sale being held on October 6th.


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