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'Danny' Romps In Baby To Boomer

Published: July 8, 2012 2:52 am ET

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Former Nova Scotia campaigner Dannys Atthedance delivered the most impressive victory in the second leg of the Baby To Boomer Series on Saturday night at Sudbury Downs for former series winners Paul and France MacLean.

Dannys Atthedance ($4.80), a runner-up in the first leg of the series during his Ontario debut, romped to a 1:57.4 six and three-quarter length victory in his $6,500 division on Saturday over Alive And Well. The four-year-old son of Cammibest is trained by France MacLean and owned by driver Paul MacLean along with Gisele and Edmond Paquette of Val Caron, Ont.

The MacLeans won the 2011 edition of the Baby To Boomer Final with O Ts Attack.

Jim Poliforni's Better Get Ready ($8.70) rallied three-wide at the third quarter mark en route to a 1:58.2 score in the first division for trainer-driver Jay Polifroni. The three-year-old E Dees Cam gelding won by a length and a quarter over odds-on favourite Twin B Turbo, who beat him last week.

Paula Pidutti's Jens Underdog ($19.40) wore down first leg winner Joshua My Boy to win the second split by three-quarters of a length in 1:59.2 after finishing third to that foe last time out. The three-year-old Western Maverick filly was driven by Mike MacNeill for trainer Jeff Nowoselsky.

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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