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Le Drew Large In Miami Return

Published: June 27, 2021 12:02 am ET

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After four years away from the race bike, driver Glenn Le Drew put on a clinic with trainer Trevor Williams at the Miami Fair on Saturday (June 26) to win six of the nine races on the card.

The pair teamed to win the $2,450 Open Pace with Lisplaced, a 2:00.1 winner.

Leaving from post 1, the 10-year-old Lis Mara gelding pushed for the front and took the field by the quarter in :30.2. Odds-on favourite Baylor Out tipped first over from third past the stands first time to swipe a narrow lead from Lisplaced past a 1:01.3 half, though he remained parked into the second circuit.

Lisplaced reemerged on the lead to three-quarters in 1:30.2 and held firm to the finish, winning by a half length over late-charging stablemate Pure Addition with Baylor Out finishing third.

Co-owned by Trevor Williams with Aurel Vodon, Lisplaced won his 34th race from 204 starts, earning $229,574. He paid $4.30 to win.

Lisplaced’s victory came in the middle of a natural grand slam for Le Drew and Williams. They swept the early double with Read The Proposal ($2.10) and Farmerstrikesfame ($2.10) and then followed their victory in the open with the aptly named Filly ($4.00), winner of a fillies & mares conditioned pace. Williams and Le Drew’s last two victories came back to back just before the nightcap, with Buck Rogers ($2.10) and Bold N Sporty ($2.40) winning the penultimate races on the day.

To view Saturday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Saturday Results - Miami.

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