Pentland hoping luck with fillies continues
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When Patsys Luck goes behind the starting gate for the Ontario Spring Filly Stakes elimination this Thursday, trainer John Pentland is hoping his luck with training fillies continues. Pentland, a resident of Dorchester, Ont., has had multiple success in the past with fillies. Luck Of Michelle, a daughter of Camluck, earned $907,709 over her career for Pentland and was Canada's 2-year-old filly of the year in 2006.
Pentland's success continues with multiple Ontario Sire Stakes graduates Northern Dutchess ($415,701), Even Now ($325,690), Bold Bidder ($270,251) and Jans Luck, who earned over $215,000 for Pentland, just to name a few. Now, Pentland is hoping that streak continues with Patsys Luck, a $40,000 yearling purchase from the Harrisburg Yearling Sale in 2009.
Paul MacDonell will steer Partys Luck on Thursday for owners Natalie Pentland and Synerco Ventures.
She will begin from post one in race one in the first elimination of the Ontario Spring Filly Stakes series. First race post time is 7:30 p.m. (WEG)