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Henry Wins Seven; Sweeps Features

Published: March 4, 2013 8:21 pm ET

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Trevor Henry had himself a day at The Raceway at The Western Fair District during Monday’s 12-race card. The Arthur, Ontario horseman clicked for a seven-win performance including a pair of Preferred triumphs.

Henry and Royal Outlook were parked past the quarter pole in :27.4 by Mach Two Point Six in the $13,200 Preferred Pace before muscling to the top and laying down middle panels of :57.1 and 1:26.3. A :29.3 closing quarter was just enough for the five-year-old son of Royal Mattjesty to win by a neck over the odds-on favourite, Dreamfair Kovu, in 1:56.1. Mach It Big was third by that same margin.

Dan Creighton trains the gelding for Danterra Racing Stable of Strathroy, ON. The win improved his 2013 record to 2-4-1 from eight trips to the track this season and it pushed his lifetime earnings to $229,880.

Logans Hero came first-over for Henry two races later in the $13,200 Preferred Trot, and the eight-year-old son of Angus Hall-Balanced Action dug down deep to prevail by a one-length margin over Indiana Hall in 1:59.1. Long Ago rounded out the top three finishers in the eight-horse affair.

Sent off at odds of 7-1 for trainer Richard Moreau, Logans Hero now boasts a 2-3-1 record from six starts this season. The 30-time winner, who is owned by Keith Cassell of Smiths Falls, ON, bumped his lifetime earnings to $367,400 in the process.

Henry also mapped out winning trips for R M Karisma (1:59 - $4.20), Right Choice (2:00.4 - $11.90), Just Crowned (1:56.4 - $3.30), Jens Underdog (1:58.4 - $12.00)and Regil Millionaire (1:57.3 - $5.30).

OSS graduate Future Million was a front-stepping winner in the $8,400 Preferred 2 for pacers for the father/son duo of trainer Paul Coulter and driver Scott Coulter. The six-year-old son of Million Dollar Cam-Future Champion led through intervals of :28.4, :59 and 1:27.4 before using a :28.4 final frame to win by 5-1/4 lengths over race favourite Watermelonwine in 1:56.3. Button Up was third best.

Don & Kerry Lowes of Princeton, ON bred and own the 14-time winner who has stashed away $351,031 to date.

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


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