Kid provides heavenly win in honor of Boots

February 5, 2016

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Never in the history of harness racing has the phrase “coming from the clouds” been more appropriate than when applied to the last-to-first victory by Trustworthy Kid in Wednesday (Feb. 3’s) $22,500 preferred handicap trot at The Meadows – the last victory of a storied career for legendary horseman Walter “Boots” Dunn, who had passed away that morning.

Driver Brian Zendt had the entire field in front of him at the five-eighths pole, but he rallied “The Kid” five-wide off the final turn, charging furiously to the finish to win by a length in 1:55.4 for Boots’ Dunn Stable.

Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.
Harness Racing Update