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Evergreen Park Hosts Horizon Pace

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Published: August 15, 2009 9:30 pm ET

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Fans at Evergreen Park on Saturday afternoon were treated to a trio of divisions of the Horizon Pace for two-year-old colts and geldings, with each affair carrying a purse of $16,666.

Campasser is a perfect 4-for-4 to start his career thanks to a 1:59.3 triumph in the first division. The son of Camystic-Dream Passer overcame early interference to win in wire-to-wire fashion over Dreamaway Cruiser and Leadfoot Lefty. William and Dianne Neish of High River, AB hold the papers on the Darryl Cutting trainee, who has salted away earnings of $15,693 to date.

Clintons Escape won as he pleased in the second division. The homebred son of Clintons Cigar-Emotionaliscape went coast-to-coast for a career-best clocking of 1:57.4 for trainer/driver Brandon Campbell. Piano Tuner rallied to finish second and Dreamway Confed was third. Allan Neurauter of High River and George Young of Calgary, AB share ownership on the undefeated youngster, who has potted $10,748 in his first two starts.

Trainer/driver Warren Grant also employed “catch me if you can” tactics to take the third division with Prom Mister, who froze the teletimer in 2:01.1. The son of Freedoms Pass-Prom Miss drew off to win by three lengths over Revolver. Third prize went to Spongebobnopants. Owned by Swingline Stable of Edmonton, AB, the pacer has put together a 2-1-0 record in his first three starts, while banking $11,955 in the process.

To view Saturday’s harness racing results, click here.


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