Day At The Track

Robyn Camden keeps win percentage up

09:48 AM 04 Mar 2021 NZDT
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Robyn Camden, harness racing
Robyn Camden and driver Jay Randall
Mellisa Simser-Iorvino Photo

Irish bred and raised Robyn Camden (Art Professor) has won at a high percentage in her somewhat limited harness racing tries at Saratoga Casino Hotel over the course of the last few years.

On Wednesday afternoon, the Rob Harmon trainee was the 3-5 betting favorite in the season's first local Open. Starting from post five for driver Jay Randall in the five-horse Fillies and Mares Open, Robyn Camden got away last and sat patiently throughout a first half that went in 58.3.

Longshot Pammy Jo (Shawn Gray) surged first-over approaching the half and Robyn Camden followed that distaffer's cover into contention. When Pammy Jo cleared approaching the three-quarter pole, Robyn Camden shifted gears.

The six year old mare confronted and then bypassed Pammy Jo in the stretch before edging away late to win in 1:55.2. Pammy Jo was a strong second while Racine Bell (Brian Cross) finished third in the first installment of the season of the $11,000 Fillies and Mares Open.


Robyn Camden, who is owned by Jason Osullivan of Dublin, IR, paid $3.50 to win and led an exacta that returned $24.40.

Robyn Camden now has 31 wins in 67 lifetime starts. Harmon and Randall also teamed up for a victory on Wednesday with pacing mare Mamama Moonshine (Rockin Image) who made her local debut a winning one, going coast-to-coast in 1:57.2 in a $7,200 race.

Live racing resumes on Monday afternoon at Saratoga (March 7th) with first post time set for Noon.

For full race results, click here.

by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway

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