StandardBRED breeders & owners association of New Jersey

Representing the drivers, trainers, caretakers, breeders and owners of New Jersey

64 Business Route 33

Manalapan, NJ 07726

Phone: 732-462-2357

Fax: 732-409-0741




January 10 - September 19

Friday & Saturday

Post Time 7:15pm


Special Thursday Race Days

July 16 & August 6

Post Time 7:15pm


August 8, 2020 Hambletonian Day

Special Post Time Noon


November 27 - December 31

Thursday, Friday & Saturday

No Racing on December 24 & 25

Post Time 7:15pm



January 2 - February 15

Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Post Time 12:30pm


February 21 - May 23

Friday & Saturday

Post Time 12:30pm


August 28 - December 31

Friday & Saturday

Post Time 12:30pm


No Racing on December 25


Special Thursday Race Day December 31

HIGHTSTOWN, NJ -- May 31, 2019 -- Yannick Gingras won Friday’s final race in the World Driving Championship, but it was not enough to come away with the title. Gingras, an Allentown, N.J. resident, and director on the SBOANJ board representing the U.S., finished second to the Netherland’s Rick Ebbinge in the six-round event, which was contested over the past week at racetracks across Sweden.

A total of 12 drivers participated in the WDC, with Sweden’s Ulf Ohlsson finishing third and Canada’s Doug McNair fourth. Norway’s Eirik Hoitomt completed the top five. The WDC was introduced in 1970 and is held every two years.

Gingras, a two-time Driver of the Year in the U.S. making his first WDC appearance, won three races in the series. He also had three second-place finishes and three thirds.

Drivers from the U.S. have finished in the top three at the WDC in four of the last five editions, with Marcus Miller third in 2017, Tim Tetrick third in 2015, and Corey Callahan second in 2011.

Dave Magee was the most recent U.S. representative to win the championship, in 1995.

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