Driver Dan Noble stole the show as he piloted six horses to the winners’ circle, which included both featured races.
|Real Joy gave Dan Noble one of his six wins|
Trained by Ron Van Wagoner, it was the 15th lifetime win for Real Joy and the $5,500 winner’s share of the purse put her lifetime earnings over $100,000.
In the $8,500 Fillies and Mares Open II, MS Michelle D ($17.80) made a strong backside brush with Noble in the bike en route to a 1-3/4 length win for owners James M. and Joseph R. Dunn. It was the 24th lifetime win for the 9-year-old Camluck mare trained by James Dunn.
Noble’s other winners were, Shoe In ($7.90), Make Me Late ($8.00), King OTRA ($3.90), and Square John ($7.40).
Racing will resume on Friday, Jan. 11 at 6:40 p.m., eastern.