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Jamieson Eyes Leading Role

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Published: February 20, 2010 5:47 pm ET

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With his five-win performance Saturday afternoon at Flamboro Downs, Canada’s 2009 Driver of the Year Jody Jamieson jumped up to second place in the national standings.

Jamieson, who set a single season Canadian win record last year, started his 2010 campaign at the end of January.

During Saturday's 12-race program at the Dundas half-miler, the resident of Cambridge, Ont. scored a double with Allamerican Laser (1:59.4) for trainer Robert Morrison and Little Man Cam (1:57.2) for Ken Skinner in the fourth and fifth races, and then grabbed two more victories aboard Peekaboo Boogie (2:00.4) for Victor Puddy and the streaking M G Energik (1:58.2) for Patrick Fletcher in races eight and nine. Jamieson made one more trip to the winner’s circle after guiding the Vernon Cochrane-trained Otto B Ona Beach (1:56.3) to victory in the 11th race.

Having scored 58 times so far this year, Jamieson trails Canada’s current leading driver, Simon Allard, by 10 wins. Jamieson's five-bagger pushed his overall win total to 5,130 and earnings to over $66.5 million.

To view Saturday's results, click here.


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