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Thus far, Mitch Cushing’s driving career has been shaped by singular moments that he never saw coming. One was quite painful, the other quite serendipitous. His entry into harness racing was accelerated by one play in high school football, which resulted in a torn ACL in his knee. Thus, the son of driver Ron Cushing joined the family business four years earlier than he expected. As it turns out, he is sitting on 771 career wins and $5.19 million in earnings. The brunt of that was done at tracks in Maine and Plainridge Park in Massachusetts, with forays to Freehold, The Meadowlands and a few other East Coast tracks. But this past winter, what Cushing thought would be a simple phone call to order a race bike from Ohio horseman Chad Foulk has veered his career to the Midwest. Tom Melanson photo.
After taking the Friday night feature with 7-5 favorite Betalady, driver Corey Callahan, aka “The Captain,” also scored in Saturday night’s marquee event, winning the $27,500 Winners Over/Open Pace with 11-1 outsider Shnitzledosomethin at The Meadowlands.
Voracity, a terror in the $30,000 claiming ranks for the first six weeks of 2021, stepped up into the $22,500 Open Pace on Saturday (Feb. 27) at Miami Valley and earned a hard fought 1:51.2 triumph. With the win, the 8-year-old son of Sportswriter became the leading money winning horse in North America this year.