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Princeton-based harness racing trainer Carl Jamieson is not sure how fast Warrawee Needy can pace, but he does know that, so far, the two-year-old colt has not broken a sweat en route to the winner's circle. 'Jeez, I don't know, he can go pretty fast, says the conditioner, who will harness the brawny pacer for the third time in Monday's (July 4) $130,000 Gold Final at Mohawk Racetrack.

On Monday evening (June 27), over a fast Mohawk Racetrack surface, Warrawee Needy proved that the harness racing buzz generated by his first lifetime start was completely warranted. Starting from Post 3 at Mohawk Racetrack, the two-year-old pacing colt and driver Jody Jamieson sat contentedly in third spot as Machal Angelo led the field of Gold Elimination contenders to a :12.4 opening eighth, a :27 opening quarter and a :56.1 half.

Warrawee Needy proves to be the horse to beat in the $130,000 OSS Gold final for two-year-old pacing colts next Monday, as he powered to a 1:51.4 score in tonight's OSS Gold eliminations at Mohawk. The mile proves to be the fastest time in North America for a harness racing two-year-old. Jake Sully and Aaron Byron captured the other elimination in 1:53.3.

As harness racing's two-year-olds gear up for their first Ontario Sires Stakes events, owners across the province are hoping that their colt or filly will be this year's superstar. "This is the month of the year where there are more champions out there than at any other time, but in the next couple months we'll find out," says Dr. Michael Wilson, whose hopes rest on two impressive starters in Monday's (June 27) pacing colt Gold Eliminations at Mohawk Racetrack.

A super first up performance by Warrawee Needy a two year old son of E Dees Cam - Great Memories - Apaches Fame for harness racing trainer Carl Jamieson and driver Jody Jamieson made the first two year old race at Mohawk Raceway more than exciting.

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