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Twin B Warrior Shakes Some Rust Off

Published: May 31, 2011 11:33 am ET

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After having been away from charted races for roughly two months, four-year-old Apaches Fame gelding Twin B Warrior shook off a little rust with a front-end victory during Mohawk Racetrack's six-race qualifying session Tuesday, May 30.

With pilot Randy Waples calling the shots, the career winner of 10 of 32 races and $615,861 in purses went forth in the last dash of the morning under 'fast' track conditions.

Having fired out from Post 7, Waples and the Jeff Gillis-trained bay sliced and diced the fractions in :29, :57.4 and 1:26.3 before cruising home with a :27.3 final panel. The win time was 1:54.1 and the margin of victory was three quarters of one length.

Prior to the qualifying effort, Twin B Warrior last raced on April 2 at Woodbine Racetrack in the $125,000 Spring Pacing Championship. After a full three-year-old campaign in which he competed in 20 pari-mutuel events, Twin B Warrior has raced eight times this season and compiled a record of three wins, three seconds and $107,000 in purses.

The other winners in the qualifying session were Rose Of Mali (1:58.2), Mach Beth (1:54), Slip Into Glide (1:58.2), Rockadile Man (1:55.2) and Cleopatre Duharas (1:56.3)

For results from the Tuesday qualifying session, click the following link: Tuesday Results - Mohawk Racetrack (Qualifiers).


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