Ain’t She Special, going in razor sharp form at the moment, eyes her third straight snapshot in Friday night’s featured $7,000 Filly and Mare Open Pace.
There will be 10 races decided Friday under the Watch and Wager LLC banner with first post set for 6:45 p.m.
A 5-year-old daughter of American Ideal, Ain’t She Special is owned by Dave Haness and Luke Plano with Plano doing the driving and training.
The bay miss is coming off back-to-back scores while making every pole a winning one on both occasions, the most recent from the outside slot.
Crazy Cute was Ain’t She Special’s most immediate victim in last week’s clash and will be looking for some revenge for owners Arnstine, Chambers and Plested, trainer Kathie Plested and regular pilot Mooney Svendsen.
Set to take her on are Velocity McSweets with James Kennedy; Starzznstripes, to be handled by Sean Smithpeters;Give Me This Dance, Jake Cutting and Graceful Horizon, who leaves from the outside slot with Nick Roland at the controls.
Looking ahead to Sunday’s card, a pair of $20,000 California Sire Stakes for the 4-year-old pacers will command the spotlight.
The first round of Sire Stakes action for this group saw Cenalta Token posing for pictures following the contest for the mares while it was Polar Storm who got the job done in the event for the males.Both will be back in action on Sunday in hopes of picking up another trophy.