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There were some moments of concern, but Crazy Cathy was still able to score. Filly & Mare Open ll Handicap Pacers, racing for a $5,400 purse, were featured at Cal-Expo on Thursday night (January 29), on which Crazy Cathy was the pocket-rocket.

He has been giant in defeat when parking the mile in his last, so for those that remembered, they were quite happy when Split Ticket won. Open 1 Handicap pacers, racing for a $6,500 purse, were featured at Cal-Expo on Saturday night (January 3), on which Split Ticket upset.

He had been having some issues with breaks behind the gate, but with a clean start, Shock And Awe proved to be the best. Claiming handicap pacers, racing for a $4,500 purse, were featured Saturday night (December 27) at Cal-Expo on the final card of the 2008 season, on which Shock And Awe was triumphant.

It is said that it's better to be lucky than good. Well, Crazy Cathy was both. Filly & Mare Open ll pacers, racing for a $5,500 purse, were featured at Cal-Expo on Saturday night (December 13), on which Crazy Cathy took advantage of her trip and a slow pace, which hurt others.

What happened to I Give Youmy Word when she finally drew inside after five straight outside draws? She won! A field of mostly condition pacers, racing for a purse of $3,000, was co-featured at Cal-Expo on Thursday night (November 13), on which I Give Youmy Word was fastest of all.

It may have just been a non-winners of 1 event, but for the connections of Foxfire Forgetful, it will be a race they will never forget. Starting from post-position two in the field of nine for trainer Bruce Clarke, the just turned 50 year-old horseman knew what was possible, providing he could get over a gate issue.

The 2-year-old filly trotters and pacers will be in action at Cal-Expo on Friday evening (October 17) with a pair of $15,000 California Sire Stakes heading the program. Moonlight Madam figures to be one of the major players in the pacing event for the combination of owner/breeders Bob and Loretta Staats, trainer Bob Johnson and driver Bruce Clarke.

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