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Tiempo Hanover, Hennessy Hot In Alberta

Published: June 15, 2021 8:37 pm ET

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Away the 6-5 favourite, trainer-driver Brandon Campbell wired his competition with Tiempo Hanover to win the $8,100 Open Pace on Tuesday (June 15) at Century Downs.

Campbell cleared command from post 5 with Tiempo Hanover heading to a :27 first quarter while Crackle N Burn settled into second and Dontpokethedragon landed in third. Maintaining his speed through a :55.1 half, Tiempo Hanover endured mild first-over pressure as Dontpokethedragon angled out of third. Though the seven-year-old Western Ideal gelding continued to speed to three-quarters in 1:23.2 and coasted to a 1:53 victory two-lengths better than Dontpokethedragon. Crackle N Burn finished third.

Owned by Jodi Loftus, Dana Shore and Raymond Henry, Tiempo Hanover won his 17th race from 122 starts, earning $167,815. He paid $4.30 to win.

Mike Hennessy piloted Dontpokethedragon to a runner-up finish in the afternoon’s feature, but his name was prominent through most of the 10-race card. The Lacombe-based reinsman visited the winner’s circle on six occasions starting with a dead-heat victory by Rapidash ($16.00) in the opener. He then scored with Cenalta Sunrise ($20.20) and wrapped the card with a natural grand slam by Whiplash Smile ($3.40), Chief Saratoga ($4.40), Icy Blue Scooter ($3.00) and Just A Dragon ($27.80).

To view Tuesday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Tuesday Results - Century Downs.

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