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Power And Grace Dominates

Published: March 4, 2020 11:19 pm ET

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Power And Grace ($8.30) made every call a winning one in Wednesday night's (March 4) featured $11,500 Preferred 2 Handicap Trot at The Raceway at Western Fair District, proving well clear in her third victory this season.

Brett MacDonald sent the five-year-old daughter of Holiday Road to an easy lead from post four, and the pair led pole-sitting pocket rival Nebraska Jack (Marc St. Louis Jr.) through splits of :29 and :59.3. With seven-sixteenths to go, 7-5 favourite Absolut Seelster (Scott Young) began a first-over advance, however he only gained to within a neck of second before stalling up the backstretch.

After passing three-quarters in 1:29.1, Power And Grace sprinted off to amass a four-length lead. She reported home clear by nearly that same margin, defeating a driven Nebraska Jack by 3-3/4 lengths in 1:59.1. Sizzlen Hot Herbie (Natasha Day) circled stalled cover in the stretch to take third.

Ronald MacDonald trains 17-time winner Power And Grace for owner and former trainer Lormer McClure.

In the sub-featured $9,400 Preferred 3 Trot over a mile and a sixteenth, Scene A Magician ($3.70) lived up to favoured billing with a narrow 2:07.1 win over Lets Leavem. Greg Dustin drove the six-year-old Daylon Magician gelding for owner-trainer Jennifer Pinkerton.

To view Wednesday's complete results, click the following link: Wednesday Results - The Raceway at Western Fair District.


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