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First Career Win For Trainer & Trotter

Published: May 5, 2017 11:18 pm ET

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After 64 starts together, both trainer Salvatore Sonsogno and five-year-old trotter J N Ryder celebrated victory for the first time in their careers on Friday night (May 5) at The Raceway at Western Fair District.

Starting from the inside post in the $7,800 second race, J N Ryder and driver Scott Young looped early leaver P C Pipe Dream to take the lead during the :30.3 opening quarter and carved out middle splits of 1:02.3 and 1:32.4 en route to the victory in 2:02.4 over the "good" track. Liam Needsome advanced first-over to finish second ahead of P C Pipe Dream, finishing one and a half lengths behind the first-time winner. J N Ryder was the post time favourite in the field scratched down to five trotters and paid $4.20 to win.

J N Ryder had made just seven starts before owner Sonsogno started his training career in 2015 with the Angus Hall-JN Daytona gelding, who has earned $45,714 in purses lifetime.

To view Friday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Friday Results - Western Fair.

For the official judges' report from Friday's card, click the following link: Judges' Report - Western Fair - May 5.


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