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An off-the-pace Glenferrie Blade A (Jordan Stratton, $14.60) prevailed in a blanket photo Friday night (May 24), winning Yonkers Raceway’s $44,000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Katy Gazzini photo.
Though he was driving three outsiders, who were at 7-1, 16-1 and 116-1 in the betting, Yannick Gingras of the United States got off to a nice start in the World Driving Championship. After the first three races of the competition Friday afternoon (May 24) at Solvalla he is fourth with 25 points.
Homicide Hunter and driver George Napolitano Jr. will be reunited this weekend for the first time since their win in October’s Breeders Crown Open Trot and the two have proved to be a dynamic duo. Napolitano has driven the trotter 11 times in his career and posted nine victories. “We get along good,” said Napolitano, who will drive 7-year-old Homicide Hunter in Sunday’s (May 26) $100,000 Maxie Lee Invitational for older trotters at Harrah’s Philadelphia.