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West Meadows Hosts First Sires Stakes

Published: September 30, 2012 10:16 pm ET

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G Gs Dominator made harness racing history by winning the first Saskatchewan Sires Stakes -- and richest race in the province -- on Sunday at West Meadows Raceway.

Driven by Robert Baxter, the four-year-old San Diego Hanover gelding converted from the pocket and kicked away from the field to win the $10,000 stake for Saskatchewan-sired colts and fillies that are five years old and younger by six lengths in 2:02.4. G Gs Dominator's stablemate West Breeze finished second with Glenn Le Drew aboard while Knute and Clayton Braybrook were a distant third. Shyloh Tyce and Philip Giesbretch rounded out the field.

G Gs Dominator is trained by Tyler Redwood for owner-breeder Glenn Grainger of Regina, Sask.

The victory was one of three on the card for the Baxter-Redwood conbination and provided Baxter with his fourth driving win.

Trainer James Jeffers also won three races on the Sunday program, including the weekly $1,500 Open Handicap Pace. Bev Huys' Outlaw Spider survived an overland trip to win the $1,500 top pace by more than five lengths in 1:59.3 with Kevin Siever in the sulky.

To view Sunday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Sunday Results - West Meadows Raceway.

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