Kawartha Downs’ regulars Dagfin and Per Henriksen were both winners tonight at Woodbine Racetrack. Dagfin’s Lady Ping captured the first of two $20,000 opening leg divisions of the Lifetime Dream Series.

Dagfin guided the four-year-old Muscle Mass daughter to the easy 1:58.3 three length effort. Dr. Brett Anderson of Port Hope, Ontario, bred and shares ownership of the winner of over $120,000 lifetime with Dagfin and Kyle Anderson of Alberta.

The second leg of the series goes next Monday and the $40,000 final will be contested on January 25.

In the evening’s sixth race, a $20,000 trot, Per Henriksen’s In Secret was a winner in 1:56.2. Dagfin’s Jayport All Muscle closed well to be third in that race.

Per’s Asa Farm of Norwood shares ownership of the winner, a four-year-old gelding by Deweycheatumnhowe, with Andrea Lea Racing Stables of Quebec.

Per is one of Kawartha Downs’ OHHA reps while Dagfin serves as the track’s blacksmith.

Lady Ping winning her Lifetime Dream division. (photo by New Image Media)

Lady Ping winning her Lifetime Dream division. (photo by New Image Media)