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Prix d'Amerique, NJ controversy in Preview!

January 26, 2017
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The big news across the Atlantic is Sunday's Prix d'Amerique in Paris, while the big news stateside is Howard Taylor's revelation that he plans on filing an injunction regarding the cancellation of this year's New Jersey Classic.

Weekend Preview talked to both Taylor and Meadowlands chairman Jeff Gural about their stalemate that appears headed for court and you can read what they say about the situation in the new and free HarnessRacing Weekend Preview. You can also read what trainer Daniel Reden told Kathy Parker about his chances with four—yes, four—starters in the famed Prix d'Amerique. There are also a couple of Americans in Paris for the race as New Yorkers Jeff and Michael Snyder share ownership of PdA starter Treasure Kronos and Jeff told Gordon Waterstone about his expectations.

We also have stories with Michigander Steve Oldford and why he races his horses on the East Coast, and we also caught up with Jack Moiseyev, who trains and drives Friday night Snowshoe starter Hooter Shooter at Woodbine.

You are going to want the program pages for this weekend's top races, so please click here to go straight to the FREE download, which will link you to program pages downloads, courtesy of TrackMaster. You can also sign up to receive the FREE HarnessRacing Weekend Preview in your email box every week.

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