Day At The Track

Go Harness strikes again

09:31 AM 11 May 2015 NZST
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Harriet Of Mot
Harriet Of Mot

Syndication in harness racing has had it's share of problems in the past but one syndicator who is showing the others how it should be done is the Go Harness team.

They have several large syndicates in operation with membership in some topping 100 people with the aim of making the thrill of racing a horse affordable to the wider public.

Yesterday another one of their syndicated horses in Harriet Of Mot showed with a stylish win at Timaru that she has a very bright future.

The Craig and Aimee Edmonds trained trotter was away safely from the standing start and driver John Dunn worked her to the lead after 600 metres.

From there she turned the race into a procession and when John Dunn said go on the corner she scooted away for a very impressive win by six lengths with John sitting quietly in the bike.

Harriet Of Mot trotted the 2600 metres in 3:26.1 with closing sectionals of 58.1 and 28.5

A daughter of Monarchy from the former smart age group trotter in Harriet Hughes, Harriet Of Mot impressed driver John Dunn.

" She is a lovely filly with really high speed for a trotter"

" Her first start at Addington under the lights tripped her up and she had no luck at Ashburton when she was checked."

" Just a really nice filly who has a future," John said.

The multitude of owners in the birdcage to celebrate the win included Trevor Casey whose winning run just seems endless at the moment.

Noel and Wendy Kennard along with right hand man John Robinson seem to have the right formula with the Go Harness syndicates and they continue to go from strength to strength.

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