Alarm Detector Sets National Season's Mark
Aug 10

The Define The World Series for two-year-old trotters kicked off with an impressive performance in the $14,000 opening leg tonight at Mohawk.

The Chapter Seven colt Alarm Detector established a new national seasonís mark of 1:56 with a six lengths victory for Trevor Henry and trainer Ben Baillargeon.

A $110,000 yearling purchase at Harrisburg, Alarm Detector went coast to coast for Henry, posting fractions of :29.2, 1:00, 1:28.4, before trotting home in :27.1. Cantabernet finished second, while Hey Jock was third.

Alarm Detector is now a perfect three for three with $21,000 earned for owners Tom and Elizabeth Rankin, Claude Hamel and Santo Vena.

Alarm Detector is the third foal from a full sister to millionaire Ken Warkentin and Holiday Road ($426,000).

The second leg of the Define The World Series will take place next Thursday. Live racing continues Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack. Post time is 7:30 p.m.


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