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OSAS Moves To Mohawk

Published: October 22, 2021 3:22 pm ET

Last Comment: October 22, 2021 9:23 pm ET | 1 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

Woodbine Mohawk Park will host their race in honour of the Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society’s 25th anniversary on Saturday (Oct. 23) and one of the starters in the race is closely related to a horse who found a loving home through OSAS earlier this year.

Mohawk’s OSAS race is number six on the card, a $30,000 pace with six talented starters. So Much More, one of two females in the contest, is the richest of the half dozen with more than $750,000 earned to date. She is owned by trainer Don Beatson as well as Kenn Beatson and Cole England and will be driven by James MacDonald.

The five-year-old daughter of Big Jim is from the Real Artist mare Ladysai whose dam is Start Dialing, the third dam of Kwik Mac, a nine-year-old gelding who went through the OSAS program a few months ago and is now living his best life with his adopter Beth Mackin. Not only did Beth adopt Kwik Mac, she also gave his pasture buddy Howdy Partner a new home.


Kwik Mac, who is related to So Much More, is shown during his time at Bert & Susan Mollica’s farm while in foster before being adopted. Bert is riding Kwik Mac while Susan is aboard Hollywood Ham. (Susan Mollica photo)

Every track in Ontario will host a race in honour of OSAS’s anniversary this year. Mohawk’s event is the 11th with the final one slated for Rideau Carleton Raceway on October 28.

To view the entries for Saturday's card of harness racing at Mohawk, click the following link: Saturday Entries - Woodbine Mohawk Park.

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October 22, 2021 - 9:23 pmWhat a wonderful story. I

What a wonderful story. I wish that all these wonderful horses could find loving homes


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