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Rockme Rollme handled a step up in class with distinction in Woodbine Mohawk Park's feature harness racing condition pace on Saturday, Mar. 6. He is now undefeated after two starts this season.   The five-year-old gelding tucked into third from post four going into the turn, but driver Jody Jamieson reactivated him immediately. The pair went back to the outside and assumed command past the quarter in 27.1. Jamieson gave her a breather going to the half in 56.2 and accelerated mildly to the three-quarters in 1:24.3. East End (James Macdonald) was the first to hurry Rockme Rollme, but that one came up flat-footed in the lane.   Rockme Rollme carved out a length-and-a-half advantage going into the stretch. Legion Seelster (Sylvain Fillion) found room on the inside and attacked in deep-stretch, and Nocturnal Blue Chip (Bob McClure) charged from third over, but Rockme Rollme was too good and refused to be defeated. Nocturnal Blue Chip was a head short in second, and Legion Seelster finished neck behind in third.       That was Rockme Rollme's 14th win from 51 starts lifetime. He nears $300,000 in earnings with the Mar. 6 1:52 win. Tony Montini trains the five-year-old son of A Rocknroll Dance for Albina Montini of Acton, Kwong Sum Low of Etobicoke, Vincent Albanese of Maple, and Joseph Rogers of Aurora.   Trainer Carmen Auciello had four winners on the night: Lady Rocknrolla A in the opener, Ivana Flybye N in the sixth, Military Secret in the 7th, and Points North in the 10th.   Woodbine Mohawk Park will return on Monday, Mar. 8 with 10 races starting at 7 p.m. EST.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Harness racing driver Jean Rene Plante had a huge night at Flamboro Downs on Saturday, Mar. 6, winning four of the card's 10 races, including the feature.   Plante made it as easy as possible for Katch Kanna in the Preferred 3 trot, and the gelding converted.   He positioned the five-year-old in the pocket through the first turn, following leader Sicario (Brett Macdonald) to the quarter in 28. Ole Jack Magic (Colin Kelly) made a move going past the half in 58.4, but his first-over bid quickly stalled. Sicario continued leading to three-quarters in 1:27.3 with Katch Kanna still in the pocket.   Plante waited patiently for the passing lane and Katch Kanna exploded up the rail in the stretch to win by a length in 1:58.2. Ole Jack Magic sustained his outside move and was rewarded with the place spot. Sicario dropped to third.       That was Katch Kanna's first win of the season and 26th from 138 starts lifetime. The eight-year-old journeyman by Lucky Chucky has now earned more than $205,000 lifetime. He's owned by Les Ecuries Dorleans Inc and Sylvain Descheneaux of Sorel. The horse paid $9.70 to win.   Also on the card, Kiwi Focus N raced for the second time in less than 24 hours. Even more remarkably, Plante drove the 11-year-old mare by Jeremes Jet to a convincing victory. Owner and trainer Mark Goddard sent the mare out again after a lackluster showing in The Raceway at Western Fair's $7,000 claiming class on Mar. 5. Kiwi Focus won by a length and three quarters in 1:59.3. Bettors were undeterred by the short rest, as the horse went off at 1/5, paying $2.60 to win.       In the News in the first and Her Own Land in the seventh were Plante's other two winners.   Flamboro Downs will return on Sunday, Mar. 7 with an 11-race card.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

It is harness racing driver Louis-Philippe Roy who expresses himself in near disbelief after it has been pointed out in recent days, the fact that his mounts have earned him to date the sum of $25 million. "I had absolutely no idea of this statistic," Roy explained. "It was the leaders of Woodbine (Mohawk) who discovered and pointed it out. It's nice, but it's a step and I hope there will be more! " Long road ahead Considering that LPR's career began very modestly on the Quebec Regional Fair Circuit in 2008, it is a long road, literally and figuratively, that the native of Mont-Joli has travelled. And of the $25M earned, the six years of driving exclusively on the Regional Circuit counted for $44,000 of the $25M! But as he himself says with his usual humility, you have to walk well before you run! "Today, at the age of 31, I aspire above all to a more stable life," Roy recently said. "When I go back in my head all these years of moving, first to Gaspesie, then from Gaspesie to Trois-Rivieres, then to Rideau, then finally to the Toronto area, it's a lot of hours on the road, by car, in all weathers. I'm not saying no to moving at some point with a horse from the Grand Circuit, but that's not my current stage. I aspire to a quieter life, to come home (Guelph) with the person who shares my life." "I am very attracted to young horses, foals and 2- and 3-year-old fillies," Roy said. "I love working with these kind of couriers. That's kind of what pushed me to quietly detach myself from Richard (Moreau), who owns a stable more focused on condition horses and claimers. Of course, by making this choice I win fewer races, I make less money, but my current priority is elsewhere. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to work with and for Richard. What an accomplished horseman! But it was a conscious choice and I live well with my decisions." The Roy Stable Many racing fans may not know it, but our man has also become a man of horses in recent years. Or could we say, once again a complete horseman who spends his time with young horses. "Some time ago," Roy explained. "I sent the foals and fillies that I bought to my good friend Chantal Mitchell. They were there and I was completely deferring to her and her team. Things have changed. Currently, I train eight horses: six 2 year-olds and two 3 year-olds that I bring back this year. I obviously can't do all this work on my own, so I hired Eric Nadeau. We are both there in the morning at the stable and I can count on him and his background of experiences gleaned here and there." "I love this life," Roy said. "It's closer to what I wanted to do. And that doesn't stop me from driving at night and with Eric, I can rely on someone who is serious and hard-working. It's very stimulating with young horses: we try, we make mistakes, we learn, we rejoice in success. It is also one of the attractions of driving for other trainers, young horses. When you disembark the sulky after a race, you don't just hand over the lines. We discuss and I give my point of view to the trainer for the development of his protege." On the way to other heights No doubt in the minds of the people who have followed Louis-Philippe's career since his beginnings. This stage, carried out last week to the guides of a protégé of Jean Tourigny, is just one more step towards other summits. With the talent he possesses, and seriousness, he will continue to shine on Canada's largest racing circuit, and will stand out. That is what we wish him for 2021. By Daniel Delisle, for the Quebec Jockey Club

Update on Strangles Cases - Shamrock Training Centre The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has reviewed the results of the testing of horses for Strangles this week in the affected barn at the Shamrock Training Centre. An additional four new horses in the affected barn have tested positive, bringing the total to eight horses. Horses housed in another section of the affected barn have now received two negative tests and been moved to an isolation facility at the Emerald Isle Training Centre. Restrictions remain in effect on all horses in the affected barn, as well as the horses that relocated. Strangles is a highly contagious and serious infection of horses and other equines caused by the bacterium, Streptococcus equi. The AGCO reminds industry participants to use extreme caution when considering whether to bring new horses to a facility. It is recommended that horse people implement the highest level of biosecurity measures if they bring in horses from a facility with or associated with a recent or active infectious disease outbreak. EHV-1 and Strangles are highly contagious infectious diseases that may cause significant sickness and even death of horses and may cause prolonged economic hardship for participants and the industry. Horse people also are reminded to remain vigilant and institute appropriate biosecurity measures and should consult their AGCO licensed veterinarian for advice. The AGCO will monitor these situations and any further developments will be reported. From the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

Great Britain import Teatimepreacher Gb scored her first harness racing win in Canada in Woodbine Mohawk Park's co-featured condition pace event on Friday, Mar. 5.   The seven-year-old went right to the motor for driver Bob McClure, setting a 27.2 first quarter. Team Kiwi N (Doug McNair) drove on and took the lead briefly going by three-eighths, but Teatimepreacher went right back around and cleared going to the half in 56. Kounnis (Sylvain Fillion) moved out of the three-hole and applied pressure going past the three-quarters in 1:25.1, but Teatimepreacher turned her away as they entered the stretch.   McClure needed only mild urging to get the daughter of The Preacher Man home as she cruised to a one-length win. Team Kiwi N consolidated second, and Nectar (Robert Shepherd) closed late for third.       Teatimepreacher took her 13th victory from 29 starts and surpassed $30,000 in earnings lifetime with the win. Colin Johnson has taken over training duties during the mare's Canadian campaign for owner Raymond Huschka of Penrith Cumbria, Great Britain. She went off as the heavy favourite and paid $3.20 to win.   Earlier in the card, Born A Dragon gained four positions in the last eighth of a mile to win the other co-feature pace.   Driver Travis Cullen dropped her into fourth from post five through the first turn as Major League N (Ed Hensley) controlled the pace early. Major League hit the quarter in 26.4 and half in 55.3. Meanwhile, Born A Dragon stepped around a gapping Majestic Virgin to move up to third. Major League led past three-quarters in a speedy 1:23.2 as the top five contenders separated themselves from the bottom three.   Born A Dragon, who was shuffled back to fifth in the third quarter, stalled upon first asking from Cullen. However, she exploded in the last 1/16th of a mile and got up with half a length to spare to win in 1:52.2. She broke the heart of place finisher Sly Elanor N (Chris Christoforou), who took over the lead just past the eighth pole but couldn't hold onto it. Bestseller Hanover (Louis-Philippe Roy) converted a pocket trip into show money.       Born A Dragon, a six-year-old mare by Custard The Dragon, took her first win of 2021 and her 17th lifetime from 74 starts. Cullen and Paul Sanders of Surrey own the Jodie Cullen-trained mare that has now earned more than $165,000.   Woodbine Mohawk Park will resume racing on Saturday, Mar. 6 with a 10-race card that kicks off at 7 p.m. EST.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Casimir Swamp Girl stayed unbeaten in the 2021 harness racing season with a Preferred 2 victory at The Raceway at Western Fair on Friday, Mar. 5.   Driver Colin Kelly requested a quick getaway from post six and the five-year-old mare obliged, hitting the front before the backstretch. From there, Kelly dictated fractions of 28.3, 59.1, and 1:27.3 and maintained a half-length lead going into the stretch. Casimir Swamp Girl then turned on the jets and defeated challenges from pocket-sitter I Wish You Well (Travis Henry), who finished second, and the first-over Bettor Trix N (Jean Rene Plante), who was third.   The winning daughter of Up The Credit took her 20th win from 35 starts and surpassed $110,000 in earnings lifetime with the victory. William Pendleton of Kenilworth has owned her and Kyle Bossence has trained her for all of those starts       Kelly took a driving triple from the 11 race card, also steering Marzannk Hanover to victory in the fifth, and Sr Beach Babe to a win in the seventh; all were in wire-to-wire fashion.   The Raceway also announced its 2020 award winners on Friday night. The list of honourees can be found here.   The London, Ontario track will return on Monday, Mar. 8 with a 10-race card starting at 6:30 p.m. EST.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

LONDON, ON - The Raceway at Western Fair District announced their 2020 Award Winners live on Friday evenings simulcast show. Historically, The Raceway celebrates annual achievements by hosting an Awards Banquet, for family and friends, to enjoy a night of dancing and entertainment, however, that is not possible this year due to Covid-19 restrictions. The 2020 Award Winners are as follows: Ruth Herbert Horsewoman of the Year Award - Jane Belore Racing Under Saddle Outstanding Achievement Award - Massive Muscles Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly - Jayport Hi Class Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt - Muscles Aplenty Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly - Literally Hanover Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt - Machaholic Claiming Trotter - Debt Collector Claiming Pacer - Oh K Man Older Trotting Mare - Power And Grace Older Trotting Horse - Scene A Magician Older Pacing Mare - Casimir Swamp Girl Older Pacing Horse - Oh K Man Trainer of the Year - Danielle St Louis Driver of the Year - Marc St Louis Owner of the Year - Stewart McQueen Horse of the Year - Oh K Man by Greg Gangle, for The Raceway  

Milton, ON — Woodbine Entertainment today released the list of eligible horses for its 2021 major stakes, including the C$1 million Pepsi North America Cup. Harness racing’s richest race for 3-year-old pacers received 72 nominations, holding steady to last year’s number of 77. Dan Patch Award winner Perfect Sting leads the group of eligible horses for the 38th Pepsi North America Cup. The undefeated son of Always B Miki won last year’s Breeders Crown (in a dead-heat) and Kentucky Sires Stakes final for trainer Joe Holloway and owners Brittany Farms and Val D’or Farms. O’Brien Award winner Lawless Shadow for trainer Dr. Ian Moore and Ontario Sires Stakes champion Bulldog Hanover for trainer Jack Darling headline the local contingent. Other notables to be nominated include Breeders Crown co-champion Summa Cum Laude, Pennsylvania Sires Stakes champion Southwind Gendry, Governor’s Cup winner Always A Miki, Metro Pace winner Exploit and New York Sires Stakes standout American Courage. The 38th Pepsi North America Cup is scheduled for Saturday (June 19) at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Woodbine Entertainment’s lucrative stakes program is highlighted by a star-studded month of September, featuring the Maple Leaf Trot, Canadian Pacing Derby, Canadian Trotting Classic, Metro Pace and Mohawk Million. Superstar trotting mare Atlanta captured last year’s Maple Leaf Trot and is again nominated to this year’s event. Her rival Manchego is also nominated as part of 38 eligible trotters. Hambletonian champion Ramona Hill, Breeders Crown champion Amigo Volo and Ontario Sires Stakes champion Pemberton join the older ranks in 2021 and are all eligible to the Maple Leaf Trot. Canadian Horse of the Year Century Farroh headlines the group of 46 older pacers nominated to the Canadian Pacing Derby. Last year’s upset winner Dorsoduro Hanover is again nominated along with 4-year-old standouts Tattoo Artist, Warrawee Vital and Cattlewash. The Canadian Trotting Classic will be the next chapter in a story started during last September’s William Wellwood Memorial and Mohawk Million, as Wellwood winner On A Streak and Million champion Venerate lead the group of 63 nominated sophomore trotters. Woodbine’s signature 2-year-old events attracted 172 nominees for the Metro Pace, 142 for the She’s A Great Lady, 160 for the Peaceful Way and 199 for the Wellwood Memorial. The winner of the Wellwood Memorial will receive a slot in the Mohawk Million on Saturday (Sept. 25). To view the full list of eligible horses for all 2021 major stakes, click here. A sustaining payment for all 2021 major stakes is due March 15. Full information regarding stakes payments and eligible horses can be found here. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment

A broad set of rule changes to modernize, provide flexibility and reflect current practice while maintaining integrity and the welfare of all participants have been approved by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. Effective April 6, 2021, the AGCO will implement a number of rule changes to the Thoroughbred and Standardbred Rules of Racing following consultation with horseperson representatives and racetrack management staff from across Ontario. The AGCO would like to thank all who participated for their commitment to this consultation at a time when the sector faced many challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The rule changes outlined in this announcement are to both the Standardbred and Thoroughbred Rules of Racing. All Thoroughbred Rule changes described in this announcement apply to Quarter Horse racing except where noted. Broadly speaking, the changes are intended to: Align the rules related to appeals with the Horse Racing Licence Act 2015 (HRLA) Increase operational and economic flexibility for racing participants and racetracks while enhancing equine welfare Respond to requests submitted by racing participants Reflect current terminology and processes Create consistency and streamline between breeds where appropriate For a description of the changes to each breed's set of Rules, please see the following Information Bulletins. Information Bulletin: Thoroughbred Rule Revisions (Winter 2021) Information Bulletin: Standardbred Rule Revisions (Winter 2021) Please note that while the information in these bulletins provides a summary for your convenience, it remains the responsibility of all licensees to read and follow the up-to-date Rules as published online. As part of its commitment to integrity, fairness and the welfare of racing participants, the AGCO continually monitors and evaluates the impact of all changes to the Rules. From the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

Talking to Quebec harness racing owner, breeder, trainer and driver, Guy Corbeil, is a rewarding experience because this man has his principles, his views, his ways of doing things, his philosophy. So, it is not surprising that when we discuss with him the subject of the super horse that is Enavant, he is not asked to give us the feelings that inhabit him. Enavant, now five, is sired by Somebeachsomewhere from the Western Ideal mare, Lady Be Great. Unraced until age four, Enavant closed out his undefeated 11 for 11 season last September, taking a lifetime mark of 1 :49.4 at Woodbine Mohawk Raceway. He was the winningest horse of the year at the Hippodrome 3R with seven straight wins before heading to Ontario. Guy Corbeil co-owns Enavant with Determination Stable. He is an easy horse "Now he (Enavant) is an exceptional horse in many ways," Corbeil stated. "His personality makes it possible to saddle and ride him, which some of my employees have done so far. It requires a minimum of maintenance. Think about it; he wears no bandages, no boot of any kind, because with him, everything is not big enough, or long enough. Currently the obstacles it carries are at its maximum. In short, the individual, the horse himself, is a kind of phenomenon. "It doesn't guarantee anything, "Corbeil added. "I've learned over the years with horses that things can change quickly. Today, everything's fine, tomorrow, we don't know. You have to be humble, keep your head cool and your feet are screwed to the ground. A necessary form of realism. I don't like to ignite. If Enavant earns $50,000 in 2021, that'll be okay. If he can race with the best and stand out, that's okay too. I'm lucky to have got my hands on such a horse, I certainly could not afford to pay for him at auction ($260,000) as a yearling. For 2021, we've paid a lot of stakes already and he'll race at that level if he can prove himself. Otherwise, it'll be okay as well. I'd love to see him race at The Meadowlands on Hambo Day. It would be for me the realization of an old dream. But maybe it won't happen. » Preparation "Right now he is in the works, " Corbeil said about Enavant. "Will he be ready in June? In July or August? He'll tell me. There is no pressure on it. When Max (Velaye) tells me we're late, I often take it back to tell him, no, Max, we're not late, we're just later! It's the horse that dictates the pace. The only decision that has been made so far is that at some point he will qualify. What happens next? I don't really know. I'm into horses to have fun. "When I stopped him last fall, many people were telling me why stop a horse that is 11 in 11? I didn't want him to start the 2021 season in the best class. I wanted at that time and I still want him to start at a lower level, such as non-winners of $50,000 for life. He's entitled to it. If I had kept him racing, he wouldn't have been allowed to. He currently has $46,950 in the bank. It'll make it a less rigorous start." Racing Enavant at H3R "In an ideal world," Corbeil explained. "I would always like my horses to race in Trois-Rivieres. I'm never in a hurry to go anywhere else and I only go if the horses can't make it home. We train several horses on the farm: sometimes I think it's too much. But hey, it's now March, the winter hasn't been too hard and spring will come soon with the adrenaline of seeing the foals we're preparing, on the track and having success. It's a beautiful time of year. "For "E" now it's time that will tell us if he's a champion or if he's capped and will just be a good horse," Corbeil added. "If that's what happens, it's going to be, period! No one will die from it and the sun will still rise the next day." For racing enthusiasts in Quebec, it's easy to imagine that it will be interesting if Enavant continues to develop as a champion. We wish it to Guy Corbeil, his team, and to us finally, because it makes us live a beautiful 'trip'. By Daniel Delisle, for the Quebec Jockey Club    

Nice Kitty Hanover took a long path to victory in Woodbine Mohawk Park's Mar. 4 feature pace as the four-year-old harness racing mare closed from seventh at the quarter to win.   After a recall forced a second start, driver James Macdonald had to drop her back to seventh as her post nine disadvantage outweighed her early speed. She tucked in going to the quarter in 28, but Macdonald pulled her back to the outside going by three-eighths as the leaders battled. Nice Kitty Hanover finally drew cover going past the half in 57.2, and she sat third-over at the three-quarters in 1:26.4.   She fanned out turning for home and responded with plenty as MacDonald asked for late pace. The Somebeachsomewhere mare took aim at leader Powered by Mach (Chris Christoforou) and closed three lengths in the final eighth of a mile to win by neck. Powered By Mach was second, and Happy Looker (Doug McNair) made up ground late to take third.       This conditioned win was her fourth victory from 10 starts lifetime for Millar Farms of Stouffville and trainer Nick Galluci. She stopped the clock in 1:57.1 and paid $3.20 to win.   Mohawk will return on Friday, Mar. 5.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Ubettimagoodone delivered as expected as the 4/5 favourite in the conditioned harness racing feature pace at Flamboro Downs on Thursday, Mar. 4.   Driver Jean Rene Plante put the four-year-old mare on the front end immediately. They went unchallenged to the quarter in 28.2 and half in 57.3 before the backfield got moving. Whatarealbadgirl (Brett Macdonald) took the first-over plunge, but Ubettimagoodone had no problem dealing with her and created a length gap at three-quarters in 1:27.2.   The leader appeared to be pulling away around the turn, but pocket-sitter Sunny Sicily (Wayne Mac Lean) didn't let her off so easy. Mac Lean urged his mare up the open passing lane, closing the gap quickly, but a lack of racetrack left her a nose short. Ubettimagoodone set a new life's mark with the 1:56 victory. Sunny Sicily earned a very game second, and Bellafornow (Mario Baillargeon) was two lengths back in third.       Ubettimagoodone took her second win of 2021 for trainer Richard Moreau and her sixth lifetime from 36 starts. Patricia McLean, Jeffrey Lilley, and Blair Maclauchlan co-own the daughter of Image Of Dawn that has now earned just more than $30,000. She paid $3.80 to win.   Flamboro will resume racing on Saturday, Mar. 6.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

MILTON, ON - March 4, 2021 - Woodbine Entertainment today proudly revealed the names of the slot owners for the second edition of the Mohawk Million for two-year-old trotters on Saturday, September 25 at Woodbine Mohawk Park. A total of nine slots were available for purchase at the cost of $100,000 (CAD) each for entry in the $1-million (CAD) Mohawk Million. The deadline to purchase a slot passed on February 15 with all slots sold. The tenth and final slot will be awarded to the winner of the William Wellwood Memorial on September 11. The slot owners for the 2021 Mohawk Million are listed below: Brad Grant Crawford Farms Determination (two slots) EquineX (two slots) Gino Toscani (two slots) Steve Heimbecker The owners of the slots are not required to declare a two-year-old trotter for the race until entry time and the slot is an entity that may be sold, traded or subject to lease. Each slot owner was required to submit $50,000 per slot by the February 15 deadline. The remaining $50,000 is due by June 1. The Mohawk Million will take place along with the $850,000 Metro Pace for two-year-old pacers on September 25, putting the sport's two richest races for freshmen on the same card. The $540,000 Shes A Great Lady for two-year-old pacing fillies will also take place on the Mohawk Million card, which will feature total purses of more than $2.6 million. Fans can track the march to the Mohawk Million by following @WoodbineSB on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The official hashtag of harness racing's richest race for two-year-olds is #MohawkMillion. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment            

LONDON, ON -  The Raceway at Western Fair District will be announcing their 2020 Harness Racing Award Winners on a special Friday evening edition of a pregame show. Historically, The Raceway celebrates annual achievements by hosting an Awards Banquet, for family and friends, to enjoy a night of dancing and entertainment, however, that is not possible this year due to Covid-19 restrictions. Customers and horsepeople are encouraged to tune in to The Raceway's simulcast show beginning at 6:00. A free live stream is available at Racing @ 6:30 Friday, March 5 | The Raceway | Western Fair District. The 2020 Awards line-up is as follows: Ruth Herbert Horsewoman of the Year Award Racing Under Saddle Outstanding Achievement Award Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt Claiming Trotter Claiming Pacer Older Trotting Mare Older Trotting Horse Older Pacing Mare Older Pacing Horse Trainer of the Year Driver of the Year Owner of the Year Horse of the Year by Greg Gangle for The Raceway

Wynd Creek overcame the toughest trip of all in the Mar. 3 feature harness racing trot at The Raceway at Western Fair for an impressive victory.   Driver Colin Kelly dropped the four-year-old mare back to fifth as Ten Four We Gone (Marc St. Louis) hit the front going around the far turn. St. Louis set a 29.4 first quarter and a soft 1:02.2 half with no outside pressure throughout the first lap. Kelly pulled Wynd Creek first up and marched to third by the three-quarters in 1:32.3.   Despite the leader-favouring fractions, the daughter of Explosive Matter dug in down the stretch and reached up to win by a head in 2:02.2. Ten Four We Gone was narrowly defeated in second, and Rose Run Unclebuck (Travis Henry) finished third after a pocket trip.       Wynd Creek has now won seven races from 28 starts and earned more than $40,000 lifetime. Katelyn Graham of Guelph owns and trains the mare.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

MILTON, ON -  March 3, 2021 - Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to inform all horsepeople that schoolers will be offered Thursday morning following qualifiers. A total of 30 spots are open for Thursday's schoolers. Trainers are limited to a maximum of five horses each and are asked to indicate number of pacers or trotters when signing up. Anyone bringing a horse in for schoolers will also need to check in with the paddock judge when they arrive. Sign-up for Thursday's schoolers opens at 2 p.m. and is available by clicking here. by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Entertainment  

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