LEBANON, OH. – Razor sharp Rose Run Vision ran her recent record to four wins and one second (by a neck) in five starts in Miami Valley’s Open Mares Pace on Tuesday (Feb. 22).  Despite being handicapped with outside post positions in the last four, the 5-year-old daughter of Time To Roll marches directly to the front and shows nothing but 1’s at every quarter pole.

In her most recent success, the fastest (1:51.1) of the four wins, driver Trevor Smith needed the entire quarter mile to reach the initial teletimer in :26.3.  Following middle panels of :28.4 and :27.4, Rose Run Vision had enough left to post a final quarter in :28 and hold off Marloe Hanover (Brett Miller) and Dream Dancing (Mitchell Cushing) without much worry through the stretch.

Don Eash trains the winner for the Eash Racing Stable of Indiana.  Rose Run Vision found herself 16th on the list of top 2022 earners in America last week and with $65,000 banked thus far this season she will certainly vault into the Top 10 on the next list.

Miami Valley has two twilight programs remaining this week on Wednesday (Feb. 23) and Thursday (Feb. 24), each starting at 4:05 p.m.

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