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Marino Wins Five At Fraser Downs

Published: April 14, 2013 4:34 am ET

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Fraser Downs' leading driver Jim Marino earned star of the card honours on Saturday night at the Surrey, B.C. oval as he won five of the 13 races, including the $12,500 feature event.

Marino captured the week's $12,500 top pace with William Young's repeating Rock Allstar ($3.40). The consistent six-year-old Rocknroll Hanover gelding cleared to command after the opening quarter and came back on after being overtaken by Dealers Edge down the backside to prevail in 1:54.4. Dealers Edge settled for second and Outlawdangruswatrs rounded out the top three finishers.

The career-best equalling performance was Rock Allstar's 25th victory. He has earned seven wins and four seconds in 12 starts this year to bank nearly half of his $108,114 bankroll.

In addition to the Open victory, Marino helped Ty O'Neill to a training triple with wins aboard Getmethruthenite ($6.70), Call Me Up ($4.80), and Cold And Heartless ($29.80). He also scored with Promising Girl ($8.60) for trainer Justin Currie.

Fresh off a million-dollar season in 2012, Marino has won 50 races so far this year and is one of Canada's top 10 reinsmen with his 0.347 driving average.

To view Saturday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Saturday Results - Fraser Downs.


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