Canada's leading driver Trevor Henry doubled his weekend win count on Sunday at Clinton Raceway with another five-win performance in the sulky.
After winning five races at Hanover Raceway and dominating the Dream Of Glory Trot eliminations, Henry was back at it racking up win after win during Sunday's 10-race card in Clinton.
The Arthur, Ont. reinsman started the day with a 10-3/4 length victory in the opener aboard Ninette B for trainer Denis Kerr.
He then won the third race by 11 lengths with Jason Libby trainee Ruthies Pride and the fifth as Randy Henry's Girlwithagrin prevailed by a head. Henry later won the final two races on the card with Keystone Samurai prevailing in a four-across finish for trainer Ryan Steward and trotter Strike A Light winning by one and a quarter for conditioner Stephen Brossence.
Henry has dominated the Clinton standings this season and boasts 30 local wins, more than triple his closest competitor. He leads all drivers in Canada with a total of 292 wins this year.
Compiled with Standardbred Canada files