They’re at the post and they’re off for the 46th Ontario Sire Stakes season.
Eight races are featured on the $539,000 Confederation Cup program Sunday at Flamboro Downs.
Ontario’s top three-year-old trotting colts will kick off the Dundas oval’s signature event at 6:55 pm with the first Gold Series Leg of the season.
Race 1 features last year’s champion Forbidden Trade, who makes his sophomore debut from Post 4 for US-based driver Daniel Dube, trainer Luc Blais of Campbellville and owner Determination of Montreal, QC.
Louis-Philippe Roy, who earned his first Lampman Cup title in 2018 as the top driver in the Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS) program, will steer last season’s number two colt, Dream Nation, from Post 1 in the second $72,267 Gold Series division. (@ONTSSNews)