Pacing series

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After six qualifying divisions, the $60,400 Holiday Pacing Series Final came to a thrilling end on New Year's day at flamboro downs.

Don Graham drove home the winner, Forrest Rhythm, in 1:57 flat to claim victory for owners Larry and John Todd of Oakwood, Ontario. Graham took advantage of the early pacing speed - just 28 seconds at the quarter mile - to push Forrest Rhythm from behind down the home stretch to nip Fit for Glory at the wire. The winner paid $102.50.

Fit for Glory, driven by Mark MacDonald, claimed second, while Mr. Delite and Jack Moiseyev finished third. Jody Jamieson and Mr. Domi were disappointed with an eighth place finish after Mr. Domi was ruled interfered with by Windsun Fire N Ice at the beginning of the race.

Pacing series

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After six qualifying divisions, the $60,400 Holiday Pacing Series Final came to a thrilling end on New Year's day at flamboro downs.

Don Graham drove home the winner, Forrest Rhythm, in 1:57 flat to claim victory for owners Larry and John Todd of Oakwood, Ontario. Graham took advantage of the early pacing speed - just 28 seconds at the quarter mile - to push Forrest Rhythm from behind down the home stretch to nip Fit for Glory at the wire. The winner paid $102.50.

Fit for Glory, driven by Mark MacDonald, claimed second, while Mr. Delite and Jack Moiseyev finished third. Jody Jamieson and Mr. Domi were disappointed with an eighth place finish after Mr. Domi was ruled interfered with by Windsun Fire N Ice at the beginning of the race.

Pacing series

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After six qualifying divisions, the $60,400 Holiday Pacing Series Final came to a thrilling end on New Year's day at flamboro downs.

Don Graham drove home the winner, Forrest Rhythm, in 1:57 flat to claim victory for owners Larry and John Todd of Oakwood, Ontario. Graham took advantage of the early pacing speed - just 28 seconds at the quarter mile - to push Forrest Rhythm from behind down the home stretch to nip Fit for Glory at the wire. The winner paid $102.50.

Fit for Glory, driven by Mark MacDonald, claimed second, while Mr. Delite and Jack Moiseyev finished third. Jody Jamieson and Mr. Domi were disappointed with an eighth place finish after Mr. Domi was ruled interfered with by Windsun Fire N Ice at the beginning of the race.