LEBANON, OH. – Driver Dan Noble wasted no time blasting Let It Ride N to the front when the starter turned them loose, turning every call into a winning one if Miami Valley’s $30,000 Open Handicap Pace on Monday (Feb. 13). The pride and joy of the Mike Hitchcock Stable, a 10-year-old New Zealand bred son of Rock N Roll Heaven, sports an very high win percentage notching 42 victories from just 113 career starts, good for $764,418 in earnings.
Sent off at odds of 2-5, Let It Ride N’s adversaries were content to settle in behind the winner on their way to the :27.1 first quarter. Following a :29 second breather during the second panel, Noble stepped on the gas during the third stanza opening a little daylight going to the three-quarters in 1:23.1, then sealed the deal stopping the teletimer in 1:50.3. Saulsbrook Genesis (Chris Page) surpassed Pat Stanley N (Trace Tetrick) to complete the trifecta.
William Hartt owns Let It Ride N in partnership with the Enzed Racing Stable.
The win was one of five on the program for Noble from just eight drives. Noble’s other triumphs came with Fear The Pansy (1:55, $7.40), Rose Run Xiled (1:53.1, $4.20), Native’s Filou (1:52.1, $6.20) and Betterrock (1:51.2, $13.60).
Racing resumes on Tuesday (Feb. 14) at Miami Valley with a 4:00 p.m. post time.

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