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Archives for October '18

Trio of Super Final wins puts Roy in the leading driverís seat
October 13 - Louis-Philippe Roy won his first Super Final at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Saturday and then won two more to lay emphatic claim to the Lampman Cup title as the leading driver in the Ontario Sires Stakes program.

Roy hoping to land his first Super Final win Saturday
October 11 - Two years ago Louis-Philippe Roy watched the Super Finals on television, having made just four starts in the 2016 Ontario Sires Stakes program. On Saturday, Oct. 13, when the very best in the province once again gather at Woodbine Mohawk Park for the $1.8 million season finale, the reinsman has a starter in all eight races and will be looking to secure his first Lampman Cup title as the programís leading driver.

Last ditch efforts land freshmen a post-season berth
October 6 - Eleventh hour victories secured a post-season berth for both Sweet Young Thing and Keystone Concrete as the two-year-old pacing colts and fillies wrapped up their Gold Series regular season at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Saturday evening.

Few fireworks as the freshman trotters wrap things up
October 4 - There was very little movement in the point standings as the two-year-old trotting colts and fillies gathered at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Thursday evening for their last regular season Gold event. Three of the four Gold Series divisions were captured by the favourites and the fourth went to the fansí second choice, Presto Change O.

Favourites falter in trotting filly finale at The Raceway
October 2 - Ten sophomore trotting fillies made the trip to The Raceway at Western Fair District on Tuesday evening to compete in a pair of $94,000 Gold Series divisions, and both races featured upsets as the favourites failed to live up to fan expectations.