Silverhill Volo and Pridrest, who have accounted for the last two clashes at the head of the class, get another chance to settle the score in Friday night’s featured $8,800 Open Trot.
The Watch and Wager LLC program has a first post set for 6:45 p.m. and the main event goes as the fourth event on the card.
Looking ahead to Sunday’s program, the Steve Wiseman Final and the DHA Filly and Mare Free-for-All Pace will share the spotlight.
Unfiltered looks like the one to beat in the Wiseman after accounting for five of his seven appearances at this meet, including a sharp coast-to-coast score last week for trainer Quentin Schneider and pilot James Kennedy.
The Filly and mare FFA will find Divine Art seeking her sixteenth straight victory. The distaffer rattled off a dozen wins in a row in her native Canada before venturing down for her new owner/driver/trainer Gerry Longo and has added three more snapshots to her resume.
Moving up to the Open ranks for her most recent tour, Divine Art left to the top for Longo, was covered up on the backside, then had the needed response when room developed along the rail at midstretch to come through for a three-quarters of a length decision.