The harness boys are starting to roll with technology and we are seeing some good stuff.
Mark Mac and Mike Hamilton of Woodbine are highlighted here at R2.
Tony Montini is slowing down, but he is up and giving out some solid information to players on Twitter here.
For Flammy watchers, trainer Blake MacIntosh is on giving out info.
Mike follows Swedish driver Erik Adielsson here, although for me this is futile. Erik's last post: "Rix FM säger sig spela "bäst musik just nu". Jag vill veta, vem spelar sämst musik just nu?"
Tough for me to understand. I can barely speak english.
Speaking of micro-blogging, a live harness betting blog is being held on Saturday evening on the HANA site here. The evening racing for picks and discussion: Tioga Downs, to support the takeout reduction, Woodbine and the Meadowlands. Handicappers (yes, even the Fisherman from Frobisher) are invited to join in.
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