Day At The Track

JDS Brent N Sheree repeats at Running Aces

04:02 PM 07 Aug 2017 NZST
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JDS Brent N Sheree
JDS Brent N Sheree
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The weekend of harness racing at Running Aces was highlighted by the track's annual Community Charity night on Sunday, with management, fans and horsemen all coming together to support 5 vital local charities.
 
On the racetrack, the best mile of the night was turned in by JDS Brent N Sheree in the featured $7,000 conditioned pace. Driver James Yoder floated away from the gate in third from post one, and then launched a first-over attack past the 3/8 marker, continuing to gradually grind down front-runner Swagasaurus Rex (Dean Magee). JDS Brent N Sheree ($3.00) took the lead as they turned for home and proceeded to draw away from the field, posting a sharp win by 5¼ lengths in 1:52.4 despite a sloppy track at that point. The winner is a 5 year old gelding by Panspacificflight and is trained by Robert Lems for owner Truman Gale and tonight's tally was his second straight win in 3 local starts.
 
The featured trotting event on Sunday, was a $5,500 conditioned event, and heavy race favorite Lodi Dorian Blues ($2.80) did not disappoint in the affair, posting his 6th win in 16 starts this season, closing from off the speed to draw away in the lane by 2½ lengths in 1:58. Steve Wiseman was in the sulky for trainer Kathie Plested-Wiseman and owners Scott Ehrlich and George Mc Chrystal.
 
Driver James (J.D.) Yoder posted a hat-trick on Sunday with 3 wins on the card, and Steve Wiseman completed a driving double as well. The 20 cent Jackpot Pick 5 Wager has a carryover of $28,009.68 for Tuesday night (August 8).
 
On Saturday night, (August 5) Swinging Again ($3.60) with driver James JD Yoder picked up his 5th lifetime win, with a new lifetime mark of 1:53.2 in the $8,000 MN conditioned pace, the featured event on the Saturday card. For owners Wolfswinkel Pacers and trainer Gene Miller. Steve's Hot Rod (Rick Magee) was very game in defeat, finishing a strong second.
 
Dewey Did Done Good converted a pocket trip into a career best win in 1:54.2 with driver Dean Magee aboard for trainer Alexia Kehl and owner Richard Davelaar . It was the 9th lifetime win in 23 starts for the 3 year old gelding pacer by Voracious Hanover.
 
Mooney Svendsen was back in action, after missing two nights of racing following a racing accident last week, and he wasted no time getting right back to the winner's circle, posting a driving double on the Saturday program. Mooney picked up winners with Spectre of a Gun for trainer Kathie Plested Wiseman for that 3 year old trotting geldings' first lifetime win, paying $29.80. Mooney also scored with Hi Ho's Little Rev in race 6, paying a $6.60 win return, as that 5 year old pacer picked up his 11th lifetime tally, in 1:55.4 for owner/trainer Bob Johnson.
 
Mucho Macho Man, a 3 year old pacing gelding by Up Front Brad picked up his 2nd lifetime win, in a career best mile of 1:56.2 with Steve Wiseman in the bike for trainer Denise Maier and owners Cheryl and Alan Sandbulte. After getting away fifth, Wiseman sent Mucho Macho Man ($3.40) first up and on the attack, making the lead just past the three-quarters and pacing home strong in the stretch for a 1¾ length tally.
 
By Darin Gagne, Running Aces Track Announcer
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