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All Out Henry Takes Georgian RUS

August 11, 2019:

After seizing command in an early three-way battle, All Out Henry ($8.80) faced nary a challenger through the final three-quarters of a 2:02.4 victory in Saturday evening's (Aug. 10) $6,000 Racing Under Saddle event at Georgian on

'Henry' Prevails; Four For Shepherd

March 20, 2019:

Pam Forgie's All Out Henry ($9.30) had all the answers in Wednesday's featured $8,500 Preferred 3 Trot at The Raceway at Western Fair District, dismissing backstretch pressure and keeping a stand-side rally from Scene A Magician at bay in a wide-open contest. On the undercard, Patrick Shepherd led all trainers with four wins on the 10-race on

All Out Henry Upsets Preferred Trotters

January 18, 2019:

Sweeping off cover in the final turn, 12-1 shot All Out Henry prevailed in the $8,500 Dale Baker Memorial for Preferred 3 trotters on Friday night (January 18) at The Raceway at Western Fair on

Preferreds To Shoe Shine, All Out Henry

December 17, 2018:

Pacer Shoe Shine and trotter All Out Henry shared the spotlight winning a pair of $8,500 Preferred 3s co-featured on Monday night (December 17) at The Raceway at Western Fair on

All Out Henry Takes New Mark In Preferred

August 3, 2018:

All Out Henry turned in a career-best effort with Doug Brown in the bike to take top honours in the $8,500 Preferred 3 Trot on Friday night (Aug. 3) at Grand River on

All Out Henry Duels, Edges Clear

April 25, 2018:

A second-row start and 6-5 favourite Star Photo proved no trouble for All Out Henry ($12.90), who answered both challenges en route to a win in the featured $8,500 Preferred 3 Trot on Wednesday night (April 25) at The Raceway at Western Fair on

All Out Henry Has The Answers

March 7, 2018:

All Out Henry ($10.80) took over with ease five-sixteenths of a mile from home and drew clear boldly to take Wednesday evening’s (March 7) featured $8,500 Preferred 3 Trot at The Raceway at Western Fair on

Remarkable Night For Filion At Rideau

August 14, 2017:

With almost $250,000 on the line, all six Gold and Grassroots winners recorded new personal bests, Try Try Again established a new speed record for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings, and the reigning Lampman Cup champion, Sylvain Filion, captured two Gold Series divisions and four overnight on

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