Running Book romps in Open Pace

08:10 PM 09 Mar 2014 NZDT
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Running Book all alone at the wire
Running Book all alone at the wire
Photo by Steve Roth
HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Running Book is currently like a fine wine...he's getting better with age. The 10-year-old Running Book proved he's still got plenty left in the tank as he buried seven harness racing rivals in the $10,500 Open Pace at Buffalo Raceway Saturday night (March 8).
 
With driver Ronnie Wrenn Jr. in the sulky, Running Book ($4.30) blasted off the starting gate and never looked back in posting an impressive 6-1/4 length win over Naked News (Jim McNeight) in a seasonal-best of 1:54.4 over the fast track. Salazar (Shawn McDonough) picked up the show dough.
 
After a rather routine opening half mile of 58.0, Running Book and Wrenn Jr. bottomed out the field with a 56.4 last half. It proved more than enough as the pair looked around for oncoming competition in the stretch but found no takers.
 
Trained by Buffalo Raceway's leading conditioner JD Perrin, Running Book has now scored three wins in eight starts this season for owner Tessa Roland. He's earned $16,775 in 2014 and has 35 career victories and $652,825 lifetime winnings.
 
The racing action resumes at Buffalo Raceway on Wednesday night with a 12-race card slated to begin at 5 p.m.
 
For more information including the latest news, results, replays and upcoming promotions, go to www.buffaloraceway.com/
 
by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway
 
 

 

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