Day At The Track

Sir Lincoln's half sister to debut

07:46 PM 08 Sep 2015 NZST
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Ray Green - Continues to churn those two and three year old winners
Ray Green - Continues to churn those two and three year old winners

Pukekohe harness racing trainer Ray Green is a master with the two and three year olds and it is rare for him not to have a promising youngster going around at the races.

This Thursday night at Cambridge is no exception with Ray lining up the three year old filly Lincolns Keepsake for her debut run in race 5.

Very impressive at trials and workouts, Lincolns Keepsake is a homebred Lincoln Farms product.

A daughter of Rocknroll Hanover, Lincolns Keepsake is the sixth foal from the top producing Beach Towel mare in Clare De Lune who has already left the champion pacer Sir Lincoln 1:54 ($663,601) as well as Lincolns Megastar 1:57.1 ($64,948) and Lord Lincoln 1:55.9 ($44,756).

Ray has a bit of time for the inexperienced filly.

" She is a lovely filly to do anything with at home."

" She can be a bit lazy in trackwork but that is not a bad thing usually."

"Everyone that has driven her has really liked her so it wouldn't surprise me if she went good on debut," Ray said.

Safely through Thursday night Ray hasn't got any set in concrete plans for the filly.

" She will show us what level she can handle but it wouldn't surprise me if she turned into an Oaks class filly later in the season."

"Whatever happens this season I think she will be a very handy racemare in time," Ray said.

The way Ray Green continually produces high class two and three year old each season, it may pay to follow Lincolns Keepsake over the next few months.

Harnesslink Media

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