Warrawee Ubeaut had to work a bit hard to gain the front but the Sweet Lou-Great Memories 3-year-old pacing filly was again much the best in the $550,000 Breeders Crown on Saturday (Oct. 26) at Woodbine Mohawk Park for her second consecutive Crown title. Yannick Gingras let others do the work early as he left with […][ Read More ]
For much of this season, the talk surrounding Warrawee Ubeaut centered on her maturing into a more manageable horse. On Wednesday (Sept. 18), the filly showed it was not just talk as she put her manners on full display to win the $259,600 Jugette for 3-year-old female pacers in dominant fashion at the Delaware County […][ Read More ]
Dancin Lou displayed tremendous determination to track down and nail Bettors Wish at the finish line to win the $786,000 (CAD) Breeders Crown 3-Year-Old Colt Pace on Saturday at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Driver Andrew McCarthy angled out uncovered from fourth with Dancin Lou entering the far turn, while Bettors Wish rolled the field to three-quarters […][ Read More ]
The statistics don’t lie, said Mark Weaver. After a stellar performance in the Breeders Crown, Sweet Lou is the leading sire of 2yo pacers by average earnings. As of this week, Sweet Lou has average earnings of $27,324 from 97 foals, compared to Captaintreacherous at $26,436 from 113 foals. The late champion Somebeachsomewhere is third […][ Read More ]
This is the third part of a new series, “interviewing” horses from some of the top farms around the country to learn more about their life. Sweet Lou made his name on the track, and now people can’t wait to see what happens as he turns his attention to stud life. He comes off another […][ Read More ]
For the 3rdconsecutive year, the former US Pacer of the Year has booked full before the start of the harness racing breeding season. His book includes impressive race mares such as Loyal Opposition and Naughtytilltheend, millionairess Carolina Sunshine and West Side Glory, dam of See You at Peelers. Sweet Lourecently returned from Down Under where […][ Read More ]
One of the fastest and most talented standardbreds to hit the racetrack in many years, Sweet Lou will retire at the end of this year and then head to stud at Adam Bowden’s Diamond Creek Farm in Pennsylvania.
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Diamond Creek Farm has announced that the initial book for 2014 harness racing “Pacer of the Year” and runner-up for Horse of the Year, Sweet Lou, is now full and closed.
“We expected a great response, and that’s certainly what we go…[ Read More ]
JK She’salady and Sweet Lou were landslide winners in Dan Patch Award voting announced Wednesday (12/17) by the U.S. Harness Writers Association, but one of the six pacing divisions resulted in a rare dead heat. Anndrovette and Rocklamation will share the Dan Patch Award for best older female pacer after each received 51 of 157 […][ Read More ]
And so it was a sweet and sorrowful winner’s circle, filled with tears and hugs for the connections of Sweet Lou, as he won the final race of his career, the $500,000 TVG final for open pacers on Saturday night (Nov. 29) at the Meadowlands, in 1:48 by 3-3/4 lengths. The race unfolded with Bettor’s […][ Read More ]