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Preferred Parade In London

Published: November 25, 2014 12:22 am ET

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Speed was king in Monday’s trio of $7,000 Preferred events at The Raceway at Western Fair District.

Lucky Terror forged his way to the front all the way from Post 7 in the Preferred 3 for Horses & Geldings, and once he grabbed the lead he never gave it up. The gelding ripped through fractions of :28.1, :58 and 1:26.3 for driver Robert Shepherd before using a :29.4 closing quarter to win by 3-1/2 lengths over Kendal Gustav in 1:56.2. Taking home third prize was longshot Twin B Brat.

Shaun Mc Donald trains the seven-year-old son of Western Terror-Miracle Luck for Glenview Livestock Ltd of Guelph-Eramosa, Ontario. Lucky Terror is now 5-for-21 this season. The 32-time winner has banked more than $280,000 to date.

On Golden Ponder was uncatchable in the second split of the Horses & Geldings Preferred 3, and that was great news for those that backed the 7-5 favourite. Scott Coulter hustled him to top from the rail and successfully chopped out intervals of :28.1, :57.4 and 1:26 before using a :29.4 closing panel to win by a head over Stoney Durkin in 1:56.4. Rallying to finish third was Leafs And Wings.

Bob McIntosh trains and his Robert McIntosh Stables Inc co-owns the homebred with C S X Stables and Michael Kohler. The three-year-old son of Ponder In Trepid Water is now 4-for-12 this season and 8-for-21 to date. He’s managed to stash away in excess of $205,000 in his career.

Alfie Carroll then rolled Savthelstdancforme to the engine in the Preferred 3 for Trotters, and the veteran whacked out all of the speed en route to an easy tally. The Ashley Duford pupil led through fractions of :29, 1:00.4 and 1:30.1 before cruising home in a :31-second clip to win by two lengths over Thundering Ovation in 2:01.1. Saulsbrook Ford overcame traffic woes by a pair of lengths.’’

Dennis Duford of Dresden, Ontario owns the eight-year-old son of Striking Sahbra-Aim Worthy Too who has banked close to $28,000 this year. It was his sixth win of the season - and the 18th of his career – for the winner of $143,381.

To view results for Monday's card of harness racing, click the following link: Monday Results – Western Fair Raceway.


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