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Intended Royalty Wins At Inverness

Published: June 11, 2017 3:44 pm ET

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The Randy Copley-trained and Walter Walker-driven Intended Royalty ($2.50) captured Inverness Raceway’s $1,100 top-class event on Sunday (June 11) with a 1:59.4, gate-to-wire victory while racing as the heavy favourite.

The duo started from Post 2 in the five-horse event. They cut the fractions in :29.4, 1:01 and 1:31 over the track which was rated ‘fast.’

Intended Royalty, a six-year-old No Pan Intended gelding, cruised home with a :28.4 final panel and nailed the wire three and a quarter lengths the best. Makes Me Stupid (driven by Alex MacQuarrie) and Havana Dream (Rodney Gillis) finishe second and third, respectively.

Intended Royalty has now won both of his east-coast assignments since being purchased earlier this month by trainer Randy Copley and Edward Copley, both of Inverness.

To view the harness racing results for Sunday at Inverness, click the following link: Sunday Results – Inverness Raceway.

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