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Coulter Rebounds After Shaky Start

Published: May 19, 2010 8:28 pm ET

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Scott Coulter had a bumpy beginning to Flamboro Downs’ Wednesday afternoon card when he was dumped from the sulky in the opener, but the resilient reinsman jumped back in the bike and later picked up a victory aboard the Cal Campbell-trained Fancy Lane Abby.

In the first race, Hot Shot Mindale (Paul MacKenzie) made a break after the half and hooked wheels with After The Fame, unseating his driver Scott Coulter. Coulter was up quickly following the incident and back in the bike in the following race.

Coulter, one of Flamboro's top five reinsmen, later sent Fancy Lane Abby three-wide at the third quarter mark around Deja Vu Hanover (Jody Jamieson) in an $8,500 fillies and mares claimer to prevail by a neck in 1:59 over the pocket-sitter Irish Melody (Paul MacKenzie) and pacesetter Keystone Nell (Anthony Haughan). It was the five-year-old’s third win in 14 starts this year for owner Alan Crost of Campbellville, ON.

To view Wednesday’s results, click here.

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