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Travis Henry Breaks His Maiden

Published: April 20, 2010 1:13 am ET

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The Henry name has been synonymous with harness racing in Ontario for a number of years, and last Friday at Flamboro Downs another member of that family registered his first-ever driving victory.

A score in Friday’s final race at Canada’s fastest half-miler with pacer Warrawee Hardy gave 21-year-old teamster Travis Henry his first taste of the winner’s circle. Henry rallied the seven-year-old son of Astreos to the 1:58.2 decision for trainer George Way and owner Carla Gee of Lynden, Ontario.

Travis hails from a family deeply rooted in racing. His mother, Linda, works in the Field Services department at Standardbred Canada and his father, Paul, is one of five brothers (the others being George, Brian, Wayne and Trevor) that learned what horsemanship was all about from the patriarch of the family, Ross Henry.

Please join Standardbred Canada in offering belated congratulations to Travis on his first career win.

To view Friday’s results, click here.


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