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Town Pro series begins at Mohawk

June 30, 2010
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The first leg of the Town Pro Pacing Series kicked off Tuesday night at Mohawk Racetrack with three divisions taking place.

Sweet T An Bobbers upset heavily favored Mcgain N Mcgain in the first $20,000 division with a 1:54.1 final score.

Driver Jody Jamieson positioned the daughter of Another Mile - Ladysalwaysthinkin fifth at the quarter pole from post two before taking command of her rivals at the three-quarter pole. Sweet T An Bobbers then used a :29.2 final quarter to win by over a length.

Sweet T An Bobbers paid $34.30 for the win. Joe Seekman does the training for owner Thomas Peters.

In the second division, driver Rick Zeron guided Keene Supreme to a career best clocking of 1:52.4.

Leaving from post one, Keene Supreme was positioned third through fractions of :26.4 and :55.1 before attacking the pace setter Strait N Great just past the three-quarter pole in 1:23.3. Zeron and Keene Supreme used a :28.3 final quarter to capture the victory.

She is trained by Dean Glispie for owner William and Elizabeth Keene and Douglas Bartley. Keene Supreme paid $17.10 for the win.

Another lifetime best came in the final division of the Town Pro Pacing Series as Rebeka Bayama cruised to a 1:53.1 score.

Driver Sylvain Filion put the daughter of Leader Bayama - Joyce Bayama on the front past a opening half of :56.1. Rebeka Bayama then cruised to a three-length victory for owner Bayama Farm, Andre D’Argenteuil and trainer Yves Filion. (WEG)
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