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Top 5 Races of the Week (October 13-17)

October 18, 2011

TORONTO, October 18 – This weekly feature offers a look back at the best Standardbred races and performances of the week at Woodbine.

MISS PARIS ROMPS

#5 – Thursday, October 13; Race 8 – Miss Paris scored by five and three quarter lengths in the $130,000 OSS Gold Final for freshman trotting fillies. The Richard ‘Nifty’ Norman pupil lowered her lifetime mark to 1:56.1 in the process. With Scott Zeron in the bike, the brown filly notched her fourth straight triumph. Click here to read more.

Click here to watch the video replay – October 13; Race 8

ZERON’S OUT OF THIS WORLD

#4 – Friday, October 14; Race 5; Ontario Sires Stakes Gold Final – In gate-to-wire fashion, Apogee Hanover captured the $130,000 OSS Gold Final for two-year-old pacing fillies. The win gave driver Scott Zeron his third straight OSS Gold Final victory. The Erv Miller student stopped the clock in 1:54.3. Click here to read more.

Click here to watch the video replay – October 14; Race 5

‘PAIL’ DOES IT AGAIN

#3 – Saturday, October 15; Race 2; Open Handicap Trot – San Pail notched his sixth consecutive victory in the $50,000 Open Handicap for trainer Rod Hughes and driver Randy Waples.  The seven-year-old gelding won in 1:55 from post 10.

Click here to watch the video replay – October 15; Race 2

A GOLDEN ‘FELLOW’

#2 – Saturday, October 15; Race 3; Ontario Sires Stakes Gold Final – The Tony O’Sullivan trained-Camaes Fellow won the $170,000 OSS Gold Final at odds of 14-1. With Doug McNair at the helm, the three-year-old pacing colt got under the wire in 1:53.  He paid $30.60 to win. Click here to read more.

Click here to watch the video replay – October 15; Race 3

‘JULIAN’ THE UPSETTER

#1 – Saturday, October 15; Race 8; Ontario Sires Stakes Gold Final – At odds of 6-1, Delcrest Julian bested OSS divisional leader Daylon Magician in a $170,000 Gold Final.  Paul MacDonall picked up the catch driver for trainer Rick Zeron. The three-year-old trotting colt stopped the teletimer in 1:55.1 and paid $15.20 to win. Click here to read more.

Click here to watch the video replay – October 15; Race 8 

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