It was back in 2008 that Pablo Angus set the track mark at Hippodrome 3R, trotting the half mile track in 1:56. Now the 12-year-old gelded son of Fortune Winner is a career winner of $130,000 for owner Mario Bourgea of Stanbridge East, QC.
Last week Pablo Angus romped in his qualifying race at Hippodrome 3R, winning by 11 Â½ lengths in 2:03. He starts from the rail for driver Rheo Filion and trainer Eric Gnocchini.
It will not be a walk in the park for Pablo Angus as he takes on Miss Jackpot (post 2), Whitewater Rapids (post 7) and Ghirardelli Lindy (post 3).
The Sunday program features nearly $60,000 in purses with the third and final preliminary round of the Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-olds trotters and pacers. After this program the top eight point earnings throughout the series will return next Sunday, June 8 for the $35,000 finals.
Featured will be series leg winner and the all-age track record holder, Duc Dorleans.
First race post time is 1:00 pm. For more information visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com.
From the Quebec Jockey Club