CAMPBELLVILLE, August 21 – The Mohawk Race Office would like to remind horsepeople that the entry box for the 2017 Canadian Pacing Derby closes tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 10:30 a.m.
Supplements to this year’s Canadian Pacing Derby were due this morning and the connections of nine-year-old Keystone Velocity opted to supplement for a fee of $40,000.
A winner of over $1.1 million, Keystone Velocity has won six of 13 starts this season for trainer Rene Allard and owners Allard Racing Inc, Kapildeo Singh and VIP Internet Stable LLC.
Keystone Velocity is a 25-time winner with a mark of 1:48.2.
If necessary, eliminations for the Canadian Pacing Derby will take place this Saturday (August 26). The final of Canada’s oldest harness race is scheduled for Saturday, September 2.