A Weird Molson Pace Night

Tonight in London the eliminations for the Molson Pace took place, with some of the best Free For Allers in North America flashing swords. It turned out to be a sad night, and a weird night.

In the first elim, $2.3M winner Maltese Artist was well on his way to victory when he appeared to take a bad step. He was vanned off.

In elimination two, Shadow Play, a horse who owns a World Record on a half, raced very poorly, being a well-beaten last. He was the 3-5 chalk.

Next week the final could still be a very good one, though, and it goes for 280 large.

Full report at the Harness Edge. Update - Maltese Artist was put down.

Elim 2 via Youtube, Foiled Again.

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