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Ruhl Takes Two Baby To Boomer Splits

Published: July 1, 2012 1:54 am ET

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Trainer Paul Ruhl won half of the opening leg divisions of the Baby To Boomer Pacing Series on Saturday night at Sudbury Downs.

Ruhl trainee Twin B Turbo went wire-to-wire to win the fastest $6,500 division in 1:57.2 by over three lengths with Richard Baker in the sulky. The three-year-old Shark Gesture gelding earned his first career victory from 11 starts for owner James Ruhl of Tara, Ont.

Ruhl's other winner was three-year-old Armbro Deuce gelding Pass The Deuce in 2:00 with Jason Ryan aboard.

The other division winners were four-year-old Camluck mare Wildcat Champagne in 1:59 for teamster Justin Turcotte and conditioner Roger Brown and three-year-old Jennas Beach Boy gelding Joshua My Boy in 1:58 with Gerry Belanger aboard for trainer Melanie Lemoine.

The Baby To Boomer Pacing Series is a late closer for horses that are five years old and younger that are non winners of one race or $7,500 in lifetime purses. Fillies and mares are allowed $10,000. Winners over $15,000 lifetime are not eligible.

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


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