COLUMBUS, MN. - Horses from nine different states have descended on Running Aces Harness Park in Minnesota to kick off the 54-program live harness meet on Wednesday (May 28) night. Highlight of the initial card is an $8500 Open Trot featuring horses that made their last starts at Hoosier Park in Indiana, CalExpo in California, Scioto Downs in Ohio and a fair in Humboldt, Iowa.
Sharpshootennorris has been installed the 5-2 morning line favorite for trainer-driver. The 11-year-old gelding has won 45 times and earned $438,892 in his lengthy career. The pride and joy of owner Bette Jean Calice,
Sharpshootennorris enters his first fray in Minnesota off two straight wins at CalExpo. Natural Forces (Kim Pluta), a recent open class winner at Hazel Park, is expected to offer stiff competition as is Axle (), Barbazon ( ), No Recess (Brandon Jenson) and Quiet Charmer ( ).
Running Aces will present programs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday night through August 30.
From the Running Aces Marketing Department