Day At The Track

You Name It snaps losing streak

05:30 PM 27 Mar 2021 NZDT
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Brandon Campbell, harness racing
Brandon Campbell won the feature and two more on Friday
You Name It needed every meter of racetrack minus one to get to the lead in the Fraser Downs claiming feature on Friday, Mar. 26, but she got there, winning the race by a nose and achieving her first harness racing win in 38 starts.
Brandon Campbell drifted the horse to the inside as the car pulled away and placed her in third before the quarter in 28.2. The field continued in single-file formation past the half in 58.1 until You Name It got rolling first-over going to five-eighths.
The mare made minimal headway initially, gaining only a length by three-quarters in 1:26.2 as leader Glimpseofthegoddess (Dave Hudon) continued to pace strongly. Those two were on similar pace throughout the stretch drive, but You Name It had just slightly more to give. She got past Glimpseofthegoddess under the light of the wire to win by a nose in 1:55.1
Glimpseofthegoddess was second, and Stylomilohos (Kelly Hoerdt) rode the winner's cover to take show.
You Name It is a nine-year-old Jk Royal Flush mare that owned and trained by Mona Roy of Water Valley. The horse has won 13 races from 154 starts and earned more than $115,000. Her last win came more than three years ago on Dec. 26, 2018 at Fraser.
For full race results, click here.
by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink
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