Simsfield Hardtimes equals own best time
Simsfield Hardtimes equalled the seasonís fastest time which the gelding already holds during the last round of harness racing at Vesey Street.
Aaron Simsís horse posted a 1:02/4 on the way to victory in the tenth heat of the racing programme competing in the free for all division with driver Dylan DeSilva at the helm.
It is the second time Simsfield Hardtimes has recorded the time having first achieved it last month.
Google Me, the multiple track record-holder, posted the second fastest time of 1:03/1 with driver Candyce Martins and Itsallaboutme, racing out of Graceland Stables, the third fastest time of 1:03/2 with driver Kayla Caldwell also competing in the free for all division.
Charles Whitedís gelding Gold N Glory and War Machine, owned by G & S Mello, were the remaining ponies breaking the sub ó 1:04 barrier.The pair posted identical times of 1:03/3 in the sixth and 15th heats with drivers Christian Truran and Caldwell also competing in the free for all division.
Rockeyed Optimist, owned by Kelsey Durham, was the only multiple heat winner having won both heats in the 1:05/2 ó 1:06/2 division with driver Truran in the sulky.
Google Me, jointly owned by the father and son pair of Robert and Tyler Lopes, holds the overall track record, which stands at 1:01/1, as well as the mareís and four-year-oldís records and is the only mare to win the coveted Champion of Champions.
Harness racing resumes today at the Bermuda Equestrian Centre, starting from 6pm.
Standing room only at healthcare forum
City offers graffitist chance to go Ďlegití
Island embraces subsea cable hub opportunity
Scars calls for background checks
BMA forms view on cannabis related risk
Online boutique stages holiday season pop-up
Retired jockey returns to Bermuda
A motherís desperate benefits plea
DeSilvaís construction firm in legal battle
Greymane aims to build on first 25 years
Alleged robber freed on $4,000 bail
Senators expected to debate pension changes
New acting principal at Clearwater
Take Our Poll
- What sport do you most prefer to read about in the RG?
- Boxing/Martial Arts
- Rugby Union
- Total Votes: 3826
- Poll Archive