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Erin Hall Aiming To Climb OSS Standings

Published: August 10, 2013 12:48 am ET

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With the top five freshman trotting fillies sitting on the sidelines for the fifth leg of the Grassroots Series, the Wednesday, Aug. 14 event at Grand River Raceway presents some exciting opportunities for fillies hoping to climb the division ladder.

With one win, one third and one sixth to her credit since joining the Grassroots circuit, Erin Hall is currently ranked ninth. The Deweycheatumnhowe daughter will start from post five in the sixth race and will be looking to boost her point tally in an effort to earn one of 10 coveted berths in the 2013 Grassroots Championship.

Rockwood resident Carl Jamieson conditions Erin Hall and shares ownership of the filly with young partners Hailey Jamieson and Mackenzie O’Sullivan of Cambridge.

Also hoping to gain ground on the leaders Wednesday is Valencia Sol, who will start from post four in the second $18,000 division. Sixth in her Grassroots debut at Georgian Downs on July 13, the Amigo Hall daughter bounced back with a victory over the Mohawk Racetrack oval on July 20, but missed the Aug. 6 test at Georgian Downs due to sickness. She currently sits 12th in the point race.

Strathroy resident Greg Dustin trains and drives Valencia Sol for owner-breeder Jackie Drysdale of Orangeville and Darlene Hayes of Carlisle.

The two-year-old trotting fillies will be featured in races one, two, four, six, and seven on Grand River Raceway’s Wednesday evening program, which gets under way at 7:05 p.m.

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