Sensation takes first at Six Nations Fall Fair horse races

There were some exciting photo finishes during the anticipated Six Nations Fall Fair horse races. Staring on this day was Six Nations Eddie Green who placed first in the first race. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer OHSWEKEN – Harness racer Eddie Green, otherwise known as ‘The Six Nation Sensation,’ had another dominating performance at this year’s Six Nations Fall Fair. Striving to improve upon his time of two years ago when he set a track record of 1:58.4, Green just missed out Saturday, September 7th, racing his horse Major Comfort to a 1:59.4 first place time. “We were all about it,” Nate Harding, who trained Major Comfort, said about looking to better that record. “I warmed him (Major Comfort) up at 12:15, p.m. and we were just off the record.” Competing in the first race, ‘The Six Nation Sensation’ finished the mile- long race just under four seconds ahead of Scottish Mach who was runner up at 203.2. “He’s very competitive,”…

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