Bill Davis put on a clinic Thursday evening at Fraser Downs thanks to a six-win driving performance and a three-win training performance which included a win in the feature race with Call Me Up.
Davis took the opener with Jemmas Jet – a mare from his own barn – in 1:55.2. He completed the sweep of the Daily Double with that one’s stablemate, Call Me Up, who held on for a narrow 1:53.4 score in the $10,500 Fillies and Mares Open.
He catch-drove Mitchell Blue Chip (1:58.2) to victory in Race 3 and followed it up with a blowout victory behind On The Hunt (1:58.1) for trainer Marcel Bouvier in Race 5. He completed the training hat trick when he guided Pureform Goodtogo to a 1:54.3 triumph in Race 6 before clicking in the very next race with the David Bilyk-trained Red Star Brea (1:57.2).
The Langley, BC horseman has piled up more than 5,300 driving wins over the course of his career while banking more than $21 million along the way. More than half of his wins were with horses from his own barn. He’s sent out 3,334 winners to date for purse earnings in excess of $15 million.
To view results for Thursday's card of harness racing, click the following link: Thursday Results – Fraser Downs.