This week became a history book for Woodbine Entertainment and Woodbine Mohawk Park, as new track records were set. On Monday, December 5, 2022, James McDonald became the first driver to record eight wins on a daily harness racing card. He also won the final seven races in a row.
McDonald’s is one of the leading drivers in the harness racing industry, and so far this year, it has recorded an amazing 429 wins. 슬롯머신 The amount is more than 100 wins ahead of second-place Travis Henry. McDonald’s boasts more than $9.4 million in income, the largest driver in the United States.
On Monday, Mr. McDonald soon began his historic night by guiding the White Tiger in the second race of the race card. He succeeded in guiding the six-year-old gelding to pole position in eight holes. The two carried out their second quarter give-and-take, finishing first with a time of 1:53.2 and barely winning.
The third race of the night was the last time McDonald’s blue, white, and gold diamond colors did not appear in the winning circle. The driver then won all races from four to ten in a row, achieving an equal record in the reins of Locatelli in the ninth race, the Canadian $34,000 preferred trot. His winning time of 1:50.4 matched Mr Hervey’s previous record in 2012.
Mr. McDonald’s win also tied Chris Christophoru in the Woodbine Entertainment Group Circuit Standard Bread single record. In the final race of the night, the driver manipulated Never Mind N to rewrite the track’s history as a victory. Their final time was 1:55.2. The track’s next race is scheduled for Thursday, December 8, 2022.
Here’s a list of all his wins from Monday. The first win was 1:53.2 against the White Tiger, followed by 1:53.4 against Look Like Moni, 1:51.4 against Point Mygranson, 1:54.2 against Resolute Bay, 1:55 against PL opportunities, 1:52.3 against Quan Blue Chip, 1:50 against Loci and 1:50 against Nind.
Just last week, Woodbine Entertainment announced some changes to its simulcast betting time at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Since last weekend, racebook betting on Standardbread tracks is now available from noon on Saturday. Also, the track’s Tim Horton will start work at 12 p.m. on Saturday.
The group said the operator’s horse race will soon be available in Ontario’s new iGaming market. Currently, the operator is pushing for the introduction of racing in the state’s private sports books, but it needs approval from the agency in Paris, Canada. The initial report was that this could become a reality before the end of the calendar year.