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Flanagan Memory Sharp At Mohawk

Published: June 27, 2017 4:46 pm ET

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After having put in a tune-up mile last week over Mohawk Racetrack, two-time O’Brien Award winner Flanagan Memory was on point at the Campbellville, Ont. oval on Tuesday (June 27) during the track’s seven-race qualifying session.

In rein to Louis-Philippe Roy in Post 4, Flanagan Memory was fastest off the switch in Race 2 and wasn’t headed throughout the mile.

The seven-year-old son of Kadabra cut the quarter in :28.2, went down to the half in :57 and spun off three quarters in 1:25.4. Roy still had the career winner of $1.6 million trotting at a good clip through the lane, as the bay finished off his mile with a 28-second final quarter.

Flanagan Memory’s win time was 1:53.4 and his margin of victory was seven and a half lengths for trainer Rene Dion, who co-owns with Liette Flanagan.

Canada’s top aged trotting horse of 2016 raced to a record of 6-2-3 from 14 starts last season. His $697,000 in earnings included the $250,000 he banked while winning his Breeders Crown final down at the Meadowlands Racetrack

To view the harness racing results for the Tuesday qualifying session at Mohawk, click the following link: Tuesday Results – Mohawk Racetrack (Qualifiers).


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