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AUGUST 27, 2017 - Clinton Raceway hosted its last Ontario Sires Stakes event of the season on Sunday afternoon and harness racing reinsman Tyler Moore captured two freshman pacing colt Grassroots divisions and added a pair of overnight wins to his tally for the driving grand slam. "I was kind of hoping I would win one or two races today - like I always want when I go to Clinton - and enjoy the afternoon, I love it, going there," said Moore, who has been near the top of the Clinton driving standings all summer. "And sometimes you get these great moments where you have a big day like this. Like two Grassroots wins is one thing, but to win two more on the same day, that really made me happy and made for a great afternoon." Moore kicked off his successful afternoon with an overnight win behind Sporty Diva in the second race and captured the first of his two Grassroots wins one race later. Starting from Post 6 with Atomic Seelster, Moore opted to power off the gate and was matching strides with favourite Pokerface Bluechip at the :29.3 opening quarter. Clearing to the front, Atomic Seelster paced through fractions of :59 and 1:28.3 and then pulled away in the stretch to a two and one-half length victory in 1:58.3. Dam Lucky finished second and Pokerface Bluechip settled for third. "Dad was pretty high on him as a baby when he was training him down. He was one of his best, and he just kind of started to stall coming to the end of it," said Moore, who crafted the win for his father, trainer Dr. Ian Moore of Puslinch, ON. "I drove him two weeks ago (Aug. 16) at Grand River, and he really needed that trip. I went nice, cheap and easy fractions and he kicked right home. He went home a winner that day and he would have felt a lot better for that, so today I just kind of aired him out, and you know Clinton's a real small, tight half-mile track, especially for a two-year-old out of the six-hole, and he handled it really well. I thought he was great." Dr. Moore and his partners in the Shadow One Stable of Puslinch, Shawn Murphy of Charlottetown, PEI and Darcy Murphy of Rothesay, NB share ownership of Atomic Seelster, who was a $100,000 purchase from the Forest City Yearling Sale. Sunday's win was the Shadow Play son's second straight in Grassroots action following two starts in the Gold Series, where he finished third and eighth, and the elimination and consolation of Grand River Raceway's Battle of Waterloo, where he was fourth and third. "He is a sweetheart to drive, he's perfect gaited, he's a very nice horse. He will make a really good racehorse one day," added Moore. "Today he went a big mile, he was parked near to the quarter-pole and the heavy favourite sat on his back the whole mile and couldn't even get to him." After a second overnight win with Thrift Shop in the eighth race, Moore was back in the bike for the last of the four $18,800 Grassroots divisions. Opting for a similar approach, Moore sent Lucky Michael from Post 5 to the front and the pair cruised through fractions of :30, 1:00 and 1:29.2 on their way to a one length victory in 1:58. Fan favourite and division point leader Family Sports was second and On The Take was three more lengths back in third. "I had some high hopes on him today, especially once he was leaving out of the gate, because he was getting out of there really well and he literally, he just made front real easy, and he sat right back in my lap like he should, and when I asked on him he was there," said the Campbellville, ON resident. "To be honest I think he was just as impressive as the other horse." Moore says while his father's early expectations of Atomic Seelster were lofty, they were significantly less so for Lucky Michael, who was always closer to the back of the pack than the front during the winter training sessions. However, since making his debut in the Grassroots season opener at Mohawk Racetrack on July 10 the son of Camluck has posted one win, one second, one third and one fourth in Grassroots action and clocked a personal best 1:56 in an overnight event at Mohawk on July 27. "He's a big horse and with age and maturity, that should help, and he will get a lot better. Who knows how much better he will be, but I can see him getting to be a top horse one day, because he's just a baby and they learn so much in such a quick time, and he's so dopey and kind of just mellow-headed," said Moore, who drives the colt for owner-breeder Jeffrey Snyder of New York, NY. "Like today, he was just wandering over the track, just doing his thing, and then when I wanted him to go he just picked right up and was gone." The other two Grassroots divisions were captured by Louis-Philippe Roy, who guided Zen Da Ballykeel to a 2:00 score in the second division and St Lads Neptune to a 1:58 win in the third. The win was the first lifetime for Zen Da Ballykeel, who is trained by Richard Moreau of Puslinch for owner-breeder Ballykeel Racing Inc. of Tillsonburg, ON. The son of Mach Three bested Blue Moose by a head, with Wild West a length behind the duelling the leaders in third. Sunday was the first Grassroots appearance for St Lads Neptune, but the Mach Three son is no stranger to the winner's circle, having won his first two starts for trainer Carl Jamieson of Rockwood and his partner Thomas Kyron of Toronto, ON. The gelding hit the wire two and one-half lengths ahead of Sizzling Summer and Notabadgame. In addition to the Grassroots action, the Vanastra Curling Club was trackside on Sunday conducting a 50/50 draw, silent auction and barbecue. The club raised a total of $4,200 thanks to the generosity of Clinton Raceway fans. The two-year-old pacing colts and gelding will make their fifth Grassroots start at Mohawk Racetrack on Sept. 4. Clinton Raceway wraps up its 2017 harness racing season next Sunday, Sept. 3 with the annual Charity Drivers Challenge where Tyler Moore and fellow Clinton regular Ryan Holliday will take on six of Canada's top drivers in a benefit for the Clinton, Brussels and Seaforth branches of the Royal Canadian Legion. Post time for Sunday's event is 1:30 pm. OSS Program Information For rules, notices, Program changes, up-to-date point standings, race replays, and more, visit: www.ontariosiresstakes.com Ontario Racing

Hanover Raceway played host to Pepsi Night and two harness racing divisions of the Alliance Filly Claiming Series Saturday night. A good crowd came out for their chance to win up to $2,000 dollars in prizes including a Patio Set, BBQ and Lawnmower.   In the Pepsi Pace, it was 12 year old Chasin Jiffy, owned by Kim Mahon of Owen Sound that held on for the victory over a fast closing Twin B JJ in 2:00.3. Chasin Jiffy used his rail advantage to control the pace past the quarter in 29.3 and the half in 1:00.2.   The son of Village Jiffy who has 26 lifetime wins continued to lead past the ¾’s in 1:30.3, and just made it home as Twin B JJ was flying to make the finish a close one. In the Allance Filly Claiming Series.  Anamazingdream esa had 2 claims on her and came into the elimination with 4 top 3 finishes in a row.   Natasha Day got away 2nd behind Zinfandart and Robert Doyle and the 2 horse stayed that was past the quarter in 29.3 and the half in 1:01.3.   Day took the lead by a head at the ¾’s in 1:31.4 and held on for the victory by a nose in 2:01.1. It was Day’s first victory of the season as a driver in 32 starts for trainer Patrick Shepherd and owner Stephen Morton of Windsor.   It was also the 4th win of her Career. In Division 2,  favorite Total Knockout and driver Tyler Moore were quickest off the gate and grabbed the early lead past the quarter in 29 seconds flat.   Moore then settled the pace down leading past the half in 1:00.3 and the ¾’s in 1:30.3 holding off all coming in the final quarter to win in 2:00.1.     The 10 Fillies will be back next week to battle again with the top finishers advancing to the Alliance Final at Grand River Raceway later this month. Next Saturday is Molson Mens Night in honour of Fathers Day.  Dad’s in attendance can enter to win over $1,000 in prizes including a Corona Deck Chair,  Coors Light Coolers, Beach Umbrella’s, and an outdoor Fire Pit.   Post time next Saturday June 18th is 7:15pm. Gord Dougan    

Jack Darling​ hauled five two-year-old pacing colts to the harness racing meeting Georgian Downs on Sunday evening and went home with two Grassroots trophies and two runner-up cheques. The Cambridge, ON trainer, who owns all five horses, paired up with driver Jody Jamieson to win the second $18,000 division with Continual Hanover and the final division with St Lads Moonwalk. Notetoself Hanover and King Of Sports were second in the third and fourth splits, with only Vegas Dream failing to earn a pay cheque in the first race. "Continual Hanover is the best Grassrooter, in my opinion." "He's right on the cusp of being a Gold colt," said Jamieson of the duo's first winner." "He was a very easy winner tonight, got a perfect trip." "St Lads Moonwalk also got a great trip and won very handily," added the Moffat, ON resident. Starting from Post 1, Jamieson settled Continual Hanover into second as fan favourite Derecho zipped through fractions of :27, :56.3 and 1:24.4, then popped the colt out coming off the final turn and sprinted home to a five and one-quarter length victory in 1:53.2. Derecho settled for second and Instant Shadow finished third. "1:53.2 tonight is a pretty darn good mile on that track." "I thought it was a pretty impressive mile," said Darling. "He acts like he's kind of, he's almost borderline Gold, but he's had some bad luck." "This is actually the first Grassroots he's won." "These Grassroots this year are a very tough bunch," added the horseman. "By far the best that I've seen, and there's a lot of them." The win was Continual Hanover's first through six starts, with his previous best effort being a pair of seconds in the July 17 and Aug. 13 Grassroots events. Darling trained the colt's Sportswriter half-sister Code One Hanover to earnings of $182,325 last season and was willing to shell out $120,000 for the colt at last fall's Harrisburg Yearling Sale based on that experience, but the trainer says Continual Hanover has little in common with his sister. "He does a lot of squealing at other horses and when you go on the track he likes to do a lot of bucking and rearing and he's a real pain," said Darling. "He's actually lazy when you're jogging him and training him, but he's just one of those horses, when you put him in a race he puts his game face on and he's just a different horse." "He's all racehorse, where his sister had huge talent but she doesn't try her hardest all the time." "This horse has lots of try when he gets in a race." Darling says desire is also St Lads Moonwalk's best trait. "He's just a real gamer, got all kinds of try to him," said Darling. "He got a nice trip tonight and he finished it off real well." The Mach Three colt got away fifth from Post 4 in the last Grassroots division and Jamieson was able to slide into the outer lane behind Gotti heading for the half and trail that colt through the three-quarters. Coming around the final turn Jamieson sent St Lads Moonwalk out three-wide and the colt accelerated down the stretch to a two length win in 1:56.2. Only Half Bad and Moot Court also closed well to be second and third. The win was the second straight for St Lads Moonwalk, with his first coming in the Aug. 13 Grassroots event at Rideau Carleton Raceway. In five lifetime starts the $47,000 yearling purchase has posted two wins, one second and one third. Darling did not earn a share of the $18,000 purse in the first division, which went to Sutton Seelster off a pocket trip behind Twin B Machniven. Sutton Seelster and driver Tyler Moore of Guelph, ON hit the wire one-half length ahead of Twin B Machniven in 1:55.3, with Day Trade Hanover three more lengths back in third. Dr. Ian Moore of Guelph trains Sutton Seelster, a Camluck colt acquired from the Forest City Yearling Sale for $31,000 by Nor Easter Stable of Guelph. Sunday's win was the pacer's first, and came in his third lifetime start and first Grassroots appearance. The third division trophy went home with Perseverant, who got a come-from-behind steer from the Ontario Sires Stakes program's leading reinsman Sylvain Filion. The Vintage Master son powered home to a one length victory in 1:55.1, besting Darling's Notetoself Hanover and Rockstar Dreams. The win was Perseverant's third straight and first in Grassroots action. Luc Blais of Lochaber Ouest, QC conditions the colt for owner-breeder Determination of Montreal, QC. Kokanee Seelster moved to the top of the two-year-old pacing colt division point standings with his second Grassroots win. The only colt to win on the front end, Kokanee Seelster and driver Phil Hudon of Guelph rang up fractions of :28, :57.1 and 1:25.2 on their way to a 1:54.3 score in the fourth division. Darling trainee King Of Sports finished two lengths back in second and Three Truths was hot on his heels in third. Acton, ON resident Anthony Montini conditions Kokanee Seelster for Ming Siu of Richmond, BC and Edmund Lui of Parkhill. In three Grassroots outings the Camluck son has two wins and one second for a point tally of 125, 11 more than St Lads Moonwalk and Blue Zombie. The freshman pacing colts will make their fifth Grassroots start at Mohawk Racetrack on Aug. 31 and then wrap up their regular season at Grand River Raceway on Sept. 7. The top 20 point earners from the six regular season events will square off in a pair of Semi-finals at Mohawk on Sept. 17, with the top five finishers from each Semi-final earning a berth in the $50,000 Grassroots Championship at Mohawk on Sept. 26. 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Trevor Henry, consistently one of the leading drivers in the Ontario Sires Stakes program, captured three of the four $18,000 Grassroots events for two-year-old trotting fillies on the opening night of Flamboro Downs’ fall meet this evening. All of the fields were reduced by at least one filly with a few having to be scratched due to an accident on the 407 highway which prevented them from making it to the track on time. Just before the first division got underway the field was reduced to seven with the late scratch of Unrelenting and was reduced again when Wicked Speed made a break at the start over the track rated Good due to earlier rains. Bella Santanna and Tyler Moore grabbed control early and hit the opening quarter in :29. She was challenged throughout the next quarter by Lady Jen and that pair hit the half in :57.3. Bella Santanna put that challenger away and was at the three-quarters in 1:27.4. OK Heartbeat gave chase down the stretch but Bella Santanna held on to win in 2:00.1. OK Heartbeat was second with P L Impressive third. Sent off at 50-1 odds, Bella Santanna paid more than $114 for a two dollar win ticket. She was recording her second lifetime win for owner Brydown Farms Inc., of Clinton, Ontario and trainer Heather Toll. A daughter of Santanna Blue Chip, Bella Santanna was making her first OSS appearance of the year. The second division was also reduced by one with the scratch of Marachere. It was Ms Mac N Cheese grabbing the lead early and never relinquishing it in that division, craving out fractions of :29, :59.4 and 1:29.3 and rolling to a nine length win in 1:59.1. OK Heavenly was second followed by Missy Ann. It was the fourth win in six career starts for Ms Mac N Cheese, a daughter of Badlands Hanover owned by David Ratchford of Nova Scotia who developed her and got her started at Northside Downs in the Maritimes before shipping her to Ontario. It was also her second straight Grassroots victory. The third division was minus two starters with the scratches of Sassafras Girl and Katie Snoops. Machin Marley and Fiftyshadesofbay reached the :28 opening quarter together with the latter filly taking over for Trevor Henry and hitting the half in :58.1. OK Hallelujah came up quickly to challenge but Fiftyshadesofbay rallied back and hit the third panel in 1:27.3 and was a three length winner in 1:58.1 over OK Hallelujah and Little Miss Artist. It was the first lifetime victory for Fiftyshadesofbay who had two seconds and three thirds from five starts coming into tonight’s contest. Rick Zeron of Oakville, Ontario trains and co-owns the daughter of Armbro Deuce with breeder Linda Condon of New Jersey. Out from the fourth and final split was Stonebridge Quest. Hello Marylin had the early lead but was passed by Maralika at the :27.3 opening quarter. Twin B Honour paced past the leader at the :57 half and was at the three-quarters in 1:27.2. Down the stretch she had company in the form of Shes A Pansation and that pair drew away from the field with Twin B Honour hitting the wire first in 1:58.1. Blissfulla Cin was third. However, it was deemed that Shes A Pansation caused interference which moved her to third and Blissfulla Cin to second. Trevor Henry was at the lines behind Twin B Honour to give him a driving triple in tonight’s OSS events. Vic Puddy trains the winner, a daughter of Sportswriter, for owner Percy Elkins of Campbellville, Ontario. She is the second foal from a half-sister to $1.4 million winner Our Lucky Killean. The final Grassroots event for this division will take place on September 11 at Mohawk followed by the Semi-Finals on September 19 at the Campbellville oval. Flamboro’s next OSS event will be contested on September 11 when the three-year-old trotting fillies come to town for Grassroots action. To view the results from tonight’s card, please click Flamboro Results - September 2. From the Ontario Sire Stakes

Three-year-old pacers Lyons Likethewind and filly Kyles Secret took new lifetime marks with a pair of victories in their respective Innisfil Summer Claiming Series finals on Saturday night at Georgian Downs. With Tyler Moore catch-driving for trainer Richard Moreau, 13-1 longshot Lyons Likethewind advanced first over from the third to take over the lead approaching the third quarter mark and held off the rallying Lucky Shot (Scott Coulter) to win the $22,400 final for horses and geldings in 1:56.1 by three-quarters of a length. Roan Bruiser (Bob McClure) finished four lengths behind in third. The Camluck-Windwatch gelding is owned by Geoffrey Lyons Mound of Brantford, Ont. He earned just his second win in 10 starts this season and fourth lifetime, boosting his bankroll to $28,350. Lyons Likethewind returned $29.60 to his backers at the betting windows. To view the rest of this story click here.

Driver Doug McNair captured two of the four $18,000 Ontario Sires Stakes Grassroots divisions for three-year-old filly pacers Sunday afternoon at Clinton Raceway. One of his victories was for his father Gregg, the other for trainer Tony O’Sullivan. McNair started off the afternoon winning the first division. He sent Born To Dream directly to the top from post seven and she was never headed through fractions of :29.2, :59.4 and 1:28.2, where she fought off a challenge from Milliondollar Babe to win by three lengths in 1:56.4. Always Sunday took second while Milliondollar Babe held for third. The win was the second this year, both at Clinton, for Born To Dream, a daughter of Camluck trained by O’Sullivan for owner/breeders Lomangino Standardbreds of New Jersey. She is the first foal of $665,000 winner Happy Dreamer. McNair’s other OSS score was in the final division where he and Can Art cut the tempo of :27.4, :57.2 and 1:26.3 and managed to hold off a determined Murrayfield to win by a head in 1:56. Goldies Mach was third. Gregg McNair trains the winner, a daughter of Artistic Fella owned by breeder Rob Chapple of Chatham, Ont. This was Can Art’s third win in 10 attempts this year. Another father/son, trainer/driver combo was successful on the afternoon as Tyler Moore guided his dad’s Shadows Wonder to a come-from-behind victory in 1:55.3, the fastest of the four splits. She wore down pacesetter Shes A Hotmama, who held for second, while Medoland Lindeylou was third. Dr. Ian Moore trains the winner he co-owns with R G McGroup Ltd. of New Brunswick and Serge Savard of Quebec, who also co-owned the filly’s sire Shadow Play. Shadows Wonder, who was victorious in her last start at Clinton in the Kin Pace on July 6, was recording her fourth win in 12 trips behind the gate this year. Divisional track record holder Her Own Land also deployed gate-to-wire tactics for James MacDonald. The Blissfull Hall lass breezed through splits of :29.1, :59.2 and 1:27.4 to win in 1:56.3 over Momara and Miss Brandi K. The win was the third in 10 tries for Her Own Land, who is trained by Dave Menary for Hutt Racing Stable of Pennsylvania. The next Grassroots test for this group comes on August 17 at Georgian Downs. From the Ontario Sire Stakes

Driver Phil Hudon completed a sweep of the final three races on Sunday night's card at Georgian Downs aboard 10-1 shot Viper Select in the featured $11,000 Preferred 2 Pace. Viper Select fought off Clic K (Anthony Haughan) through opening fractions of :26.4 and :54.3 before opening up three lengths en route to the third quarter station in 1:22.1. The Dauntless Bunny gelding then sauntered home to win by more than four lengths in 1:51.1. Mach Of Ballykeel (Jonathan Drury) rallied wide around the fading Clic K and came on for second, darting towards the pylons down the stretch to avoid the breaking pocket-sitter, Czar Seelster (Tyler Moore). Pouvoir Duharas (Paul MacKenzie) also had to change paths and inherited third-place as Czar Seelster was set back for causing interference while off-stride. To view the rest of this story click here.

The pleasure of being a horse racing fan guarantees daily excitement. As in with other sports, you don't have to worry about lockouts (well, maybe), a fans' only worry in a day might be not being able to soak in all that is going on. To be blunt, that is never a bad situation. Getting to know people within the industry teaches you many things, such as the value of family, the value of friends and the value of hard work. Harness driver Tyler Moore took time out of his busy schedule to explain his love of the sport on route to the Western Fair Raceway, located in London, Ontario. To date, Tyler's fondest memory is winning the 53rd annual Gold Cup and Saucer, (at Charlottetown Driving Park, located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island), driving Eighteen wire to wire back in August of 2012. Not only was this a prestigious race to win but to add to the excitement, Tyler's dad, Dr. Ian Moore trained the horse and hockey hall of fame and Montreal Canadiens legend, Serge Savard, was the owner. Hence the reason the horse's name was Eighteen, Serge Savard's number. Currently, Tyler is splitting time driving at Flamboro Downs located in Hamilton, Ontario and at Western Fair Raceway grabbing as many drives possible. When posed with the question if he had to do anything other than work with horses, Tyler considered some options, but no matter what, horse racing is in his blood. "If I couldn't drive horses here I'd probably go to school for a trade, I think I would save up some money to buy a horse so I could still (be a part of racing) as a hobby". Tyler adds "it's something I see myself doing my whole life." As spring is around the corner, which if you're in Canada cannot come soon enough, several more tracks will be opening up for the summer. When asked what he's looking forward to most about the spring/summer season of horse racing, you can really feel how much passion Tyler has for the sport. Are there particular horses he's excited about driving...? "I actually look forward to driving them all" says Tyler. "Whether its good post, bad post or good shot, bad shot I'm always excited. Drives are limited for everybody, there's less races and less horses... I don't get to drive as many times as I used to, if I have one drive like I do today, I will drive an hour and a half just to go drive it". Tyler is 22 and as I listen to him explain his thoughts on the delights of horse racing; any fan would believe he's at least 10 years older. "You get a nice old class horse that's real smart and been in a lot of races and has experience,: Tyer said, "they know how to do their job and it's an enjoyment to sit behind and it's an enjoyment to drive... they do everything you ask. They don't come by too often but they are still around and when you get a horse like that, it's exciting." Racing in Canada is a constant variable. In the summer it can be intensely humid and in the winter it can be epically cold. Every driver has their preference for climate when racing, and Tyler has his, but I found his explanation of why quite intriguing; "In the winter time when it is moderate, say minus 5 to 15 (Celsius), I am fine with that.... You do stay warm, and when you race it's an adrenaline rush and your body doesn't get cold. "Your blood is pumping," Tyer explained, "your heart is going. I like late fall early winter, but a day like today when it's minus 30, that's too cold." I am pretty certain everyone can agree with Tyler on that last part, but when you love your career like Tyler does, nothing can stop you from what you're passionate about. When Tyler is not scheduled to drive, he helps out trainer Herb Holland with his stable of horses. As with any industry there are highs and lows and through it all Tyler stays focused on a baseline of values which include staying humble, being respectful, courteous and no matter the circumstance always keeping a level head. "Don't act like you care, really care" is how Tyler put its. Tyler offers advice for anyone wanting to become a harness driver and that is to always remain confident. "I find if you are more confident and calm, everything can flow at the right time;" Tyler said, "your reaction will work, you will make the right move. It's a big deal on how you can drive a horse; it's not drive two laps (on a ½ mile or 5/8 mile tracks) and go as fast as you can. It's where are you going to put your horse, where are you going to situate your horse. There can be up to ten times when you have to make a decision and that is just one race. "Whether to pull the horse or whether to go up the rail there are a ton of things you can do." Tyler added, "You can put the horse's nose up to the gate, the timing. If I had a younger brother I would say, try to find your confidence and don't lose it. Keep it as long as you can and hopefully it gets better. It's what you need to make the right decision. You make the right decision and you will make the Winner's Circle." Not only does a driver need to know their horse, but in any sport, you need to understand your competition and Tyler does a great job providing insight as to what is needed when sizing up your competition. "You got to know the horses in front of you and the horses behind you." Tyler went on, "If the best horse is behind you and you're going to pull and be first over, you are going to give the best horse a better trip and make (that horse) better than it should be.... An example of a tough decision is if you left of the gate and you are third at the rail headed to the quarter pole, let's say your horse is 'mediocre', you're rounding the second turn at the half and there are horses on the outside coming. Do you make your move? Turn outside or stay in? You need to read the program so you know who is around. That's a tough decision to make sometimes." Whether at the track or at home, Tyler enjoys being around friends. "I like the fast pace life, I don't like to sit still" Tyler says. So what would Tyler do if he had a weekend away from horse racing? "Go somewhere warm..." he says. "I'd head to Florida and take my golf clubs, enjoy a few drinks and maybe go to a party. Plain and simple, nothing over dramatic." When I asked Tyler about inspiration and who he looked to for inspiration, Tyler said it was ex-Ottawa Senators hockey player Wade Redden. When Tyler's dad was president of the Ottawa Senators farm team, back when the farm team was in Prince Edward Island prior to moving to Binghamton in the USA, Tyler's dad took Tyler and his teammates of his Lindsay Muskies Junior-A hockey team for a tour of the Ottawa Senators' NHL home arena in Ottawa, Ontario and this is where Tyler met Wade Redden. "He was one of their top defensemen at the time... he was tough player, a good player who never did anything wild but was always gritty. He was a guy I idolized up until I stopped playing hockey. When I met him I was about 10 or 11." Moving forward Tyler's outlook is to keep getting better every day and to not get ahead of himself. Tyler expresses his gratitude for every drive to date and in time he hopes to make a bigger name for himself based on his hard work and values. This summer, you can watch Tyler drive at Georgian Downs, (located in Innisfil, Ontario just south of Barrie, Ontario), Grand River Raceway, (located in Wellington, Ontario) and Mohawk Raceway, (located in Campbillville, Ontario). Tyler is another quality driver who is one big horse away from becoming a regular name. By Roderick Balgobin, for Supernova Sports Club www.supernovasportsclub.com twitter: ScSupernova  

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