FORT WASHINGTON — The date of the Graduate Pacing Series at Rosecrof Raceway was reported incorrectly in The Sun yesterday. The races will be run Saturday night.
FORT WASHINGTON -- Harness racing's "traveling road show" comes to Rosecroft Raceway tomorrow night in the form of the Graduate Pacing Series.
Two races for older horses, each worth $56,250, will be contested.
The first division, which will be the sixth race, will be headed by Dorunrun Bluegrass, voted the top older pacer of 1990. The 5-year-old will be guided by Herve Filion, harness racing's all-time leading driver.
The second division will be the 10th race.
ZTC The series is used to attract may of the nation's top older pacers and showcase them at different tracks across the country.