· PA Sire Stakes racing was in full effect at Pocono, with exciting wins from the Undefeated Proof (son of A Rocknroll Dance) with Jim Morrill Jr. driving, trainer Brian Brown in a consecutive stakes double with Air Force Hanover, and heavy favorite (and Ron Burke trainee) De Los Cielos Deo getting challenged but ultimately proving his mettle.
· Driver Jackie Ingrassia takes us behind the scenes to show how the horses you see on track get hooked up to the race bike or "sulky." (Hint: it's a lot easier now than back then.)
· Back to more racing action and wins from Love Me Some Lou with Corey Callahan in the bike, Magic Vacation with Matt Kakaley, plus our Race of The Week proves age is just a number as 10-year-old Townslight Hanover crushes the competition at Harrah's.
· Heather talks to Corey Callahan about down under wonder More The Better's impressive come-from-behind victory in his U.S. debut, a $30,000 Great Northeast Series open pace, where the native New Zealander really strutted his stuff and paid a healthy $16.60 to win.
· This week's Blast from the Past takes us back to some classic Little Brown Jug action with Well Said and If I Can Dream battling it out. Heather's got some record-setting OMG action—and where you can catch the two dominant fillies in the Del Miller later this year in PA.