The Harness Racing Commission provides oversight and support of the Maine’s harness racing industry with a goal of promoting fairness and integrity of the sport.
Harness Racing News
What's Your Horse's Speed Rating?
Look up your horse and check it’s speed rating as compared to other Maine horses. The speed rating is based on a formula using the horses time in recent races, which is then corrected for post position, track length, track condition etc.
Obrigado, an eight-year-old world champion harness racing trotter from Saco, Maine, was aptly named. In Portuguese, obrigado means “thank you.” With 42 first-place wins and $1.7 million in earnings, Obrigado has garnered more thanks than you can count from owners, drivers, trainers, and fans for being both reliably fast on the track and consistently happy and easy going off track. Read More About Obrigado
Twenty years of hard work and thousands of races later, Augusta native Jason Bartlett is considered one of the top harness racing drivers in the U.S., with more than 7,000 career wins and $95 million in purse earnings. To mark his achievements in the sport of harness racing, Jason will be inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, becoming one of only four harness racing driver inductees. Read More about Jason Bartlett
Racing Is Underway at Maine’s Two Commercial Tracks!
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- Bangor Raceway & Casino
- Scarborough Downs
- US Trotting Assocation
- Maine Harness Horsemen's Association
- Maine Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association (MSBOA)
- Lost Trotting Parks
- Racing Commissioners International (ARCI)
- Racing Medication & Testing Consortium (RMTC)
- Standardbred Canada
- Phone: (207) 287-3221
FAX: (207) 287-7548
TTY Users Call Maine Relay 711
- Mailing Address:
- Maine State Harness Racing Commission
28 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0028